Vehicle Brands Papers

  • Honda’s Focus

    957 words, 4 pages

    ESPM 50AC Growing up I have always been a car enthusiast, which inspired me to do my extra credit assignment on an automotive related event that had relation to the class. Last Saturday I was in LA and had the opportunity to tour the Honda Motors Facility in Torrance, CA. There I met up with Kim Lee Saeng who gave me a tour and answered questions I had regarding Honda’s shift towards creating vehicles that were more environmental friendly and its specific strategies in doing so. He touched on a few categories that are important, are revolutionizing the auto indust

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    Even The Little Things

    754 words, 4 pages

    UGBA10 The idea that speeding up production in any setting sounds like a formula for disaster, yet for companies with products with high demand, speeding up production is crucial. Speeding up production to meet higher demands does mean higher revenue, increasing a company’s return on investment. The reasons to speed up production are best portrayed in the example of the Italian super carmaker Pagani. In making their emblems, also known as the rear Pagani logo, if they speed up production, workers can be allocated to other parts of the production process. Pagani would

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    Ford Motor Company

    4528 words, 19 pages

    Ford Motor Company: An Analysis of Employee Motivation and Morale Table of Contents Overview 2 Introduction 3 Clues from History 3 Ford & the Other Guys 6 Innovation & Motivation 8 The Family 12 Cutbacks 13 Conclusion 15 Works Cited 16 Overview The purpose of the following paper is to inform the reader about possible techniques of behavior modification in an attempt to solve motivational problems with workers at Ford Motor Company. Information on the company’s history, current and future outlooks, and human resource problems will lay the foundation to apply prov

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