Don’t Emulate Everything Toyota Does
I guess today's blog theme is CEO Shame. I'm surprised Bill Waddell hasn't screamed about this yet on the Evolving Excellence Blog. Maybe he's still working up a full head of angry blogging over it.
I get accused of whitewashing anything bad about Toyota. They aren't a perfect company. Nor are their leaders perfect. BUT… we have much to learn from them, lessons and principles that can be applied very widely and very successfully.
At least Toyota is punishing Otaka more than Raytheon is punishing its CEO (see below or click here).
Update: It appears that Toyota may have ignored the initial complaint…. not good.
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