Xyz Car Company Strategic Planning

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XYZ Car Company Strategic Planning As the new CEO representing the XYZ Car Company, operating in the U.S., Japan and Germany, it would serve the company to support and function as a cultural diversity organization. These cultural changes should be to adapt to multi-diversity and acceptable organizational behaviors. Culture and Diversity XYZ Car Company production lines are located in the U.S., Japan and Germany. Therefore, managing diversity means utilizing the experience and background that employees bring to the workplace. Workplace diversity is also creating a positive and friendly environment that is practiced by all employees upon hiring and reinforced through discussions (performance evaluation, biweekly supervision, staff…show more content…
“Sociological conceptions of culture are typically interested in the instrumental values according to which organisation members coordinate their activity and through which they attempt to achieve their goals” (Dempsey, 2015, p. 322). “In a bureaucratic setting, the predictability of behavior and the probability that it will be functional in organizational terms are greatly enhanced by the limited number of behavioral alternatives” (Presthus, 1958, p. 56). Japan Culture Stereotype and the actual culture of Japanese employees and the success of these companies should be taken into consideration. Research has found that “Japanese employees have unusually strong identification with the company, but not necessarily high job satisfaction or strong commitment to the performance of specific job tasks” (Lincoln & Kalleberg, 1985, p.738). The Japanese workers have longer work hours, low wages and yet have higher loyalty of employees. It is speculated that Japanese Managers have contributed towards the success of the company and held to higher standards to ensure productivity from their employees. Japanese companies will look to and respect the senior workers, which demonstrates respect and appropriate organization behaviors. "As employees turn to their mentors for advice, they make fewer mistakes on the job, cutting losses to the employer" (Tingum, 2016). Overall, there are less satisfied employees than any other countries compared Japan and we need to
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