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The Toyota Way

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The Toyota Way

  1. 1. 1| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips THE TOYOTA WAY The 14 principles of the world’s biggest car- maker Power Tips from SlideTopics
  2. 2. 2| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips Attribution: All images are from sources where a Creative Commons license exists for commercial use. These include images in the public domain, out of copyright, for fair use, or where no attribution is required. However, attribution is given where specifically requested. Where feasible, a link to the image's source page is given. This image: https://pixabay.com/en/education-a-good-idea- an-array-of-548105/ The Power Tips series from Slide Topics is a collection of tips, tricks, and techniques that will help you and others to quickly pick up ideas on how to deal with everyday workplace situations. They are designed as a series of numbered tips with additional advice from our team of experts. As with other series on Slide Topics, these slides are fully editable and can be used in your own programmes, royalty-free. Power Tips Cover pic: https://www.flickr.com/photos/99644089@N03/13807071954/
  3. 3. 3| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips The History of Toyota In 2014, Toyota produced 10.285 million cars worldwide making it the biggest car-maker in the world. Started by Sakichi Toyota nearly 90 years ago, its success is in no small way due to its adherence to its principles and systems of work. Image attribution: Wikipedia Timeline Sakichi Toyota born in Kosai, Japan 1867 Sakichi founds Toyoda Automatic Loom Works 1926 Toyota Cars created under Sakichi’s son, Kiichiro 1933 Post-war, Toyota on the brink of bankruptcy 1949 The company revived thanks to the Korean war 1950 Produced its 10th million car; opens in Australia 1963 Built first production plant in Europe in Portugal 1968 Launch of the world’s first hybrid car, the Prius 1997 Toyota are the biggest car maker in the world 2008 SakichiToyota (above) is often called “the father of Japanese inventions”. He invented the automatic power loom using the principle of “jidoka”.This switches the machine off automatically when a problem occurs.
  4. 4. 4| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips The Toyota Way Ever since the 1920's when Sakichi Toyota developed his own machines for his textile looms, the methods of "lean production" have been part and parcel of the Toyota way of doing things. While the methods were concentrated in Japan for the company’s first 50 years, everything changed in 1957 when Toyota exported its first car, the Crown, to the United States. There followed a period of 50 years of rapid global growth so that, today, Toyota has design facilities in 9 worldwide locations along with 51 manufacturing bases in 26 different countries. This growth across widely-differing societies meant a need to reinforce the values that Toyota espoused. As a result, in 2001, the company codified its guiding principles and called them, "The Toyota Way". The Toyota Way model is based on 14 principles and 2 pillars, Continuous Improvement and Respect for People. Although the practical application of the principles is to create a lean organisation - ie one that provides perfect value to the customer through a process that has zero waste - the model is not just about tools and technology but also about culture. https://www.flickr.com/photos/holyoutlaw/6158087978/
  5. 5. 5| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips PRINCIPLE #1: BASE YOUR DECISIONS ON THE LONG-TERM, EVEN IF IT COSTS YOU IN THE SHORT-TERM https://pixabay.com/en/graz-binoculars-look-city-styria-1502762/ Have a greater purpose than simply surviving in the short-to- medium term. The bigger the goal, the greater the commitment. Understand the obligations of the company to the customer, the employees, the community and society as a whole.
  6. 6. 6| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips PRINCIPLE #2: BECOME A LEARNING ORGANISATION THROUGH RELENTLESS REFLECTION AND CONTINUOUS LEARNING https://pixabay.com/en/stone-face-head-sculpture-art-1675370/ There are 3 ways in which Toyota implements continuous learning: 1 by identifying root causes to problems; 2. by reflecting on mistakes ("hansei"); and 3. by cascading objectives from the top of the organisation to the bottom ("hoshin kanri")
  7. 7. 7| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips PRINCIPLE #3: MAKE DECISIONS SLOWLY BY CONSENSUS; IMPLEMENT DECISIONS RAPIDLY https://pixabay.com/en/hands-puzzle-share-items-1697896/ Consensus is necessary in decision-taking because everyone needs to be on board, so that when the time for implementation comes it is quick and efficient.
  8. 8. 8| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips PRINCIPLE #4: DEVELOP EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE WHO FOLLOW THE COMPANY PHILOSOPHY https://pixabay.com/en/american-football-football-team-1460541/ Toyota don't just believe in hiring great people. They want current staff to be outstanding, capable of development, and committed to the principles of the company.
  9. 9. 9| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips PRINCIPLE #5: BUILD A CULTURE OF STOPPING TO FIX PROBLEMS, TO GET QUALITY RIGHT FIRST TIME https://pixabay.com/en/wrench-tools-repair-hardware-1751855/ This principle originates in one of Sakichi Toyota's systems on the Toyoda automatic loom where the loom stopped if it detected a broken thread. Now, on Toyota assembly lines, any worker can pull the "Andon Cord" to stop the line if they detect a fault.
  10. 10. 10| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips PRINCIPLE #6: STANDARDIZED TASKS ARE THE FOUNDATION FOR CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT AND EMPLOYEE EMPOWERMENT https://pixabay.com/en/construction-worker-industry-male-703807/ Like Henry Ford before them, Toyota believes that you must first standardize your systems before you can improve them.
  11. 11. 11| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips PRINCIPLE #7: GROW LEADERS WHO THOROUGHLY UNDERSTAND THE WORK, LIVE THE PHILOSOPHY, AND TEACH IT TO OTHERS https://pixabay.com/en/boys-school-teacher-education-asia-1782427/ In Toyota, leaders are people who have worked in many positions in the company, have a thorough knowledge of how things are done on the shop floor, and understand the culture.
  12. 12. 12| The Toyota Way: The 14 principles of the biggest car-maker in the worldSlide Topics: Power Tips PRINCIPLE #8: CREATE CONTINUOUS PROCESS FLOW TO BRING PROBLEMS TO THE SURFACE AND ELIMINATE WASTE https://pixabay.com/en/workshop-operator-the-assembly-line-802997/ Continuous flow, unlike batch manufacturing, uses a just-in-time and "kanban" approach that fully utilises the production plant, has little waste, few defects, and the lowest-possible cost.
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