Organizational Culture Analysis, management assignment help

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Symbols of culture are called artifacts. Artifacts are the most visible and accessible level of culture. These include behaviors, stories, rituals (everyday practices that are repeated frequently), and symbols (e.g., company logos, company colors). For example, the president of a company volunteering at Habitat for Humanity is an artifact of culture. An example of symbols as an artifact of culture is Ashford University’s shield that serves as our logo and is printed on transcripts, diplomas and letterhead paper. Submit a two- to three-page paper (excluding the title and reference pages) describing the culture of either your current or past place of employment.

Your paper should provide examples of and address each of the following topics:
  1. Observable artifacts
  2. Espoused values (These are what organizational members say they value, like ethical practice.)
  3. Enacted values (These are reflected in the way individuals actually behave.)

In addition, describe how each item listed above impacts the values and culture of the organization.

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Running Head: TOYOTA MOTOR
LOGO
1

Toyota Motors Logo

Name

Institutional Affiliation

TOYOTA MOTOR
LOGO
2

Toyota Company is a Japanese car producer whose headquarters is in Toyota, Aichi, Japan.
Toyota is the biggest car producer in 2012 (by production) ahead of the Volkswagen Group and
General motors. In February 2016, Toyota Corporation was the thirteenth biggest organization on
the world by income. Also, the company was the first world's car producer to create more than 10
million vehicles for every year. It did as such in 2012 as indicated by OICA, and in 2013 as
indicated by organization information. Toyota Company produces vehicles under five brands,
including the Toyota brand, Hino, Lexus, Ranz, and Daihatsu. As of the end of Dec. 2015, Toyota
led its business worldwide with 53 abroad assembling organizations in 28 nations. Toyota's
vehicles are sold in more than 170 nations and districts (Chart et al, 2011).
Toyo...

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