Essay on Toyota Organization Change

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Case Study Kehao Wang Keiser University Dr. Kalama MAN 673 Jan. 30. 2016 1. Planned Change 1A. Lewin’s Planned Change Model Explain how Lewin’s Planned Changed Model can be applied to this case. Lewin’s change management model is like change a piece of ice. First you must melt the ice to make it to change (unfreeze). Then you must mold the iced water into the form you want. Finally, you must solidify the new form (refreeze). TOYOTA is a good example. Judged by the innovations in its products, notwithstanding the Prius, we can know that an innovation product needs a new product line. Production, service, marketing, and other business processes all have change. Although the pace of innovation is very slow, but the entire…show more content…
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