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.
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.
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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.
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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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 Engineering2000 – FISITA Medal of the International Federation of Automotive Engineering Societies2005 – 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 978-0-8153-3374-6Hino, 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
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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