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  • International Human Resource Management Toyota Motor Corporation Group 4 Nguyen Thu Hang Vu Le Hoang To Duc Anh
  • Table of Content I. Toyota Motor Corp 1. Introduction 2. Globalization II. National and Corporate Culture 1. Japanese Culture 2. Toyota Culture III. Toyota Business 1. Business Strategies 2. Strategic IHRM 2
  • I. Toyota Motor Corp 1. Introduction  Toyota was born in a rural area near Nagoya, Japan in 1867 by Sakichi Toyoda  The first product made by the effort of Sakichi and his son was an automatic loom in 1924  In 1929, with the notion that the auto industry is growing  he sold his patent to Platt Brothers company  take the fund to invest in the manufacturing and automotive manufacturing  August 28,1937, Toyota Motor Corporation 3 officially launched
  • I. Toyota Motor Corp 2. Globalization Reasons for Toyota’s decision to become globalized ? 1. Expand the market to the world 2. Take great advantages of locations, technologies and cheap labor forces from other countries 3. Create the high competitiveness and opportunities in domestic market 4. Building a learning culture for continuous improvement 4
  • I. Toyota Motor Corp 2. Globalization Impacts on IHRM of Toyota’s employees ? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Recruitment employees bases on typical style of Japanese: intelligent, hardworking, team player, careful but conservative, stubborn. Equally divided workload for both employees and machines (heijuka) Standardized tasks are the foundation for continuous improvement and encouraging staffs Only use reliable technologies which are thoroughly tested to meet the staffs and processes Training leaders to become who are able to understand the life and philosophy of staffs 5
  • II. National & Corporate Culture Japanese culture Toyota culture 6
  • II. National & Corporate Culture 1. Japanese Culture Power distance Time Orientatio n Hofstede Uncertainl y avoidance Theory Masculinit yFemininity IndividualCollectivis m 7
  • II. National & Corporate Culture 1. Japanese Culture Hofstede's Japanese cultural dimensions 95 92 80 54 Power Distance 46 Individualism Masculinity 8 Uncertainty Avoidance Time Orientation
  • II. National & Corporate Culture 1. Japanese Culture Power distance -> Japan is a mildly hierarchical society Individualism-Collectivism -> Collectivism Masculinity-Femininity -> Masculinity Uncertainty avoidance ->one of the most uncertainty avoiding countries Long term orientation -> long term oriented societies 9
  • II. National & Corporate Culture 2. Toyota Culture The Toyota Way is supported by two main pillars: 1. Continuous Improvement 2. Respect For People Continuous Improvement Toyota Way Challenge Kaizen Genchi Genbutsu Respect Respect For People 10 Teamwork
  • II. National & Corporate Culture 2. Toyota Culture  Continuous Improvement 1. 2. 3. Challenge - forming a long term vision, meeting challenges with courage and creativity to realize dreams; Kaizen - improving business operations continuously, always driving for innovation and evolution Genchi Genbutsu - going to the source to find the facts to make correct decisions, build consensus and achieve goals.  Respect For People 1. 2. Respect - respecting others, make every effort to understand each other, take responsibility and do best to build mutual trust Teamwork - stimulating personal and professional growth, share the opportunities of development and maximize individual and team performance. 11
  • III. Toyota Business 1. Business Strategies What type of business strategy has Toyota pursued in its international business? Geocentric approach Regiocentric approach Standardization More adapted approach to be more close to consumers expectation “Think globally, act locally” 12
  • 2. Strategic IHRM The Toyota way of recruitment “In-house grooming” The main field of the recruitment: engineering, HR, marketing and IT Advertisements Internet recruiting Recruitment method Executive search firms Public employment agency
  • 2. Strategic IHRM The Toyota way of Selection  Screening process  Background check  Candidate test   Aptitude test Achievement test  Interviews  Reaching the selecting decision The Toyota human resources policies will not allow to select any candidate who does not match with the Toyota culture and identify the enterprise value. 14
  • 2. Strategic IHRM Using PCNs and HCNs PCNs from Toyota HCNs and TCNs • Firstly, the internal selection can also guarantee the deep understanding of Toyota spirits. • Secondly, the position promotion will be a convention for the expatriate when he comes back . • Thirdly, Toyota encourages the expatriate together with his family members and supply the financial support. • Communicative: HCN and TCN shall have the strong intention to express and exchange own ideas with the Japanese colleague, learning the enterprise spirits of Toyota actively. 15
  • 2. Strategic IHRM Training and Development TRAINING • Employees are involved directly in running the Toyota Production System. • Responsibility for the quality of their own role in the production process. • Passing on only good work on the line which they see as their “customer” DEVELOPMENT • Structured development path with clearly identified courses to develop employees’ skills and provide a path way to the next level within the company. 16
  • 2. Strategic IHRM Performance management Planning process Regular discussion of objectives Appraisal stage Maintain and enhance the productivity of employees 17
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