Since it’s founding in 1937, Toyota has challenged “the way things are done” in order to influence the future of human mobility and improve lives across the world. With an unwavering commitment to quality, continuous improvement, and respect for people, they pioneered radically new production and management systems – later known as “Lean” and “The Toyota Way” – that would transform the manufacturing industry as we know it.
The extent of Toyota’s influence has become truly profound. As Lean thinking continues to spread to every country in the world, business leaders are adapting the tools and principles beyond manufacturing to logistics, services, retail, healthcare, construction and even government.
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