Painfully simple failure
The key factor in Toyota's case and the other cases where successful organizations have lost their way is painfully simple: Leaders forget to obsessively remind people -- at every level -- of what's important. This is spectacularly true in the case of Toyota where their key competitive advantage has always been safety and reliability.
Posted by: bruce19 | February 11, 2010 6:34 PM
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