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  1. Tatsuro Toyoda - Wikipedia › wiki › Tatsuro_Toyoda

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tatsuro Toyoda (豊田達郎, Toyoda Tatsurō, June 1, 1929 – Deсember 30, 2017) was the brother of Shoichiro Toyoda and the son of Toyota Motor Corporation creator Kiichiro Toyoda.

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    The Toyota Motor Company was established as an independent company in 1937. Vehicles were originally sold under the name "Toyoda" (トヨダ), from the family name of the company's founder, Kiichirō Toyoda. In April 1936, Toyoda's first passenger car, the Model AA, was completed.

    • August 28, 1937; 83 years ago
    • Toyota City, Japan
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    Shoichiro Toyoda KBE (豊田 章一郞, Toyoda Shōichirō, born February 27, 1925) is a retired Japanese business executive who served as chairman of Toyota Motor Corporation between 1992–1999, as well as chairman of the influential Japan Business Federation (日本経済団体連合会, Nippon Keidanren) beginning in May 1994 through May 1998.

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    Tatsuro Toyoda (豊田達郎, Toyoda Tatsurō, June 1, 1929 – Deсember 30, 2017) was the brother of Shoichiro Toyoda and the son of Toyota Motor Corporation creator Kiichiro Toyoda. (en) dbo: wikiPageExternalLink

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  8. Shoichiro Toyoda — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2 › en › Shoichiro_Toyoda
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    Son to the com­pany founder, Toy­oda, in 1952, joined his fa­ther's busi­ness at Toy­ota Mo­tors. In ten years, he had risen to the po­si­tion of man­ag­ing di­rec­tor. He was pro­moted to se­nior man­ag­ing di­rec­tor in 1967, ex­ec­u­tive vice pres­i­dent in 1972, and pres­i­dent of the Com­pany's mar­ket­ing or­ga­ni­za­tion in 1981. The merger of the sales and pro­duc­tion or­ga­ni­za­tions in 1982 pro­duced Toy­ota Motor Cor­po­ra­tion. Toy­oda be­came the new en­tity's first pres­i­dent. The dis­parate na­ture of the two dis­tinct cor­po­rate cul­tures re­quired his at­ten­tion, and the ex­tent to which the "oil and water" of these two Toy­ota groups were merged suc­cess­fully was at­trib­uted in large part to his leadership.He served as chair­man from 1992 to 1999; and he be­came hon­orary chair­man in 1999. Toy­oda's lead­er­ship would be in­te­gral to the global in­tro­duc­tion into pop­u­lar cul­ture of the Lexus brand of lux­ury au­to­mo­biles and en­vi­ron­men­tally fo­c...

    1980 – Deming Prize, Japan.
    1993 – International Fellow Royal Academy of Engineering
    2000 – FISITA Medal of the International Federation of Automotive Engineering Societies
    2005 – Society of Automotive Engineers Foundation's Manufacturing Leadership Award, United States.

    Grand­son to the founder of Toy­oda Au­to­matic Loom­works, and son to the Toy­ota Mo­tors founder, Shoichiro Toy­oda was born in Nagoya on Feb­ru­ary 17, 1925, to Ki­ichiro Toy­oda and Hatako née Shin­shichi Toy­oda, the daugh­ter of the Takashimaya de­part­ment store chain co-founder, Iida Shin­shichi. He at­tended the Tokyo First Mid­dle School (Hi­biya High School) and First High School(Tokyo Uni­ver­sity), and grad­u­ated from Nagoya Im­pe­r­ial Uni­ver­sity (Nagoya Uni­ver­sity) in 1947 with a de­gree in En­gi­neer­ing BS. He would be awarded a PhD, by To­hoku Uni­ver­sity, in 1955. At the height of the pa­cific the­ater of World War II, the Toy­oda fam­ily was ef­fected on both fam­ily busi­ness and home fronts. Shoichiro's ed­u­ca­tion would be de­layed by his own con­scrip­tion into civil ser­vice, and his fa­ther's busi­ness war­rant to man­u­fac­ture trucks for the im­pe­r­ial Japan­ese Army, of which his fam­ily's firm was spared de­struc­tion in the days be­fore the Jap...

    Basu, Shankar. (1999). Corporate Purpose: Why it Matters More Than Strategy. London: Taylor & Francis. ISBN 978-0-8153-3374-6
    Hino, Satoshi and Andrew Dillon. (2006). Inside the Mind of Toyota: Management Principles for Enduring Growth. Productivity Press. ISBN 978-1-56327-300-1; OCLC 62127859
  9. Former Toyota President Tatsuro Toyoda Dies at 88 - WSJ › articles › former-toyota-president

    Jan 06, 2018 · TOKYO—Tatsuro Toyoda, the former Toyota Motor Corp. president who led the company’s climb to become one of the world’s top auto makers, has died. He was 88. Mr. Toyoda, a son of the company’s...

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