The impact of organizational culture On Employee productivity In Automobile industry, UK: The case of Toyota.

Harvard, 12000 Words



This dissertation was based on the organizational culture of the Toyota automobile industry considering the employee productivity. To get the maximum performance have to make sure at the very beginning the proper working environment for their employee. When any organization tries to have this they create a proper organization culture. Organization culture influence in the employee productivity very strongly also it helps to make shape the internal environment for various elements of the organization. Then the next thing is that the employee participation is one of the key elements in increasing employee productivity. Then the reward system should be carry on the organization to get back the proper performance and the Toyota industry are doing their task by having this and this also motive the employee as well. Again to get the expected have to take sometimes risk. Innovation and risk taking is like as the driven power for any organization. Further element is that the communication process which have to develop to better business performance. Customer service orientation also has to annex to reach the goal. This qualitative research aims at measuring the impact of organization culture in employee productivity for Toyota automobiles at UK. The data of this research are gathered from the employee of the organization via interview and survey. Here both primary and secondary data are used here and the data collection method was either survey or face to face interview to draw a reasonable conclusion. So therefore the following research deduces that the Toyota automobile industry are accomplishing their activities with the great rule and acquiring their goal.












Table of Contents




1       Chapter 1: Introduction

1.1        Introduction

1.2        Background

1.3        Rational for the study

1.4        Research aims

1.5        Research objectives

1.6        Research question

2       Chapter 2: Literature review

2.1        Organization culture

2.2        Employee participation

2.3        Reward system

2.4        Innovation and risk taking

2.5        Communication process

2.6        Customer service orientation

2.7        Employee productivity

2.8        Theoretical framework

3       Chapter 3: Research Design and Methodology

3.1        Research paradigm/philosophy

3.1.1        Justification of Research philosophy

3.2        Research approaches

3.2.1        Justification of Research Approach

3.3        Research Purpose

3.4        Research Strategy

3.4.1        Justification of Research Strategy

3.5        Sample Selection

3.6        Data Collection

3.6.1        Primary data

3.6.2        Secondary data

3.7        Data analysis procedures

3.8        Ethical issues

4       Chapter 4: Result, Analysis and Discussion

4.1        Result

4.1.1        Gender:

4.1.2        Working years

4.1.3        Age groups

4.1.4        Education:

4.1.5        Income

4.2        Questionnaire and answer

4.2.1        Cronbach’s Alpha Test of Reliability:

4.3        Data Analysis

4.3.1        Family orientation and loyalty

4.3.2        Open communication

4.3.3        Team approach

4.3.4        Manager knowledge

4.4        Discussion

5       Chapter 5: Conclusion and Recommendations:

5.1        Conclusion:

5.2        Recommendations:

5.3        Presentation

6       References

7       Appendix 1

8       Appendix 2