At the Japanese auto giant, unplanned, agenda-free meetings are ubiquitous and indispensable.
Content: Case Study | Author: Jeffrey Rothfeder | Source: strategy+business | Subject: Management | Company: Honda Motor Company
At first glance, what Honda of America does to develop its products, sustain its supply base and manage its purchasing function seems little different from what most other car makers do. But the results that Honda achieves are often remarkably superior.
Content: Case Study | Author: Timothy M. Laseter | Source: strategy+business | Subjects: Management, Operations | Industry: Automotive | Company: Honda Motor Company
When Peugeot pulled out of its partnership with the Guangzhou Automobile Group in 1997, it left behind slow sales, a decrepit factory filled with 20-year-old equipment, and 1,600 exasperated employees. In this new Case Study, Professors Philippe Lasserre and Ming Zeng, and Hiromi Hinata tell how Honda turned this picture around.
Content: Case Study | Authors: Hiromi Hinata, Ming Zeng, Philippe Lasserre | Source: INSEAD | Subjects: Industry Specific, International – Asia | Industry: Automotive | Company: Honda Motor Company