Focuses on the supply industry and in particular the relationship between Johnson Controls (JCI) Automotive Systems Group Georgetown plant and its major customers, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Toyota U.S. manufacturing site for the JCI provides seats on a just-in-time. Can be used to investigate the different patterns of supplier relationships that were traditionally in the U.S. and Japanese automobile industry, the adjustments that Toyota produced its traditional method of dealing with a U.S. study .. Read more »

Focuses on the supply industry and in particular the relationship between Johnson Controls (JCI) Automotive Systems Group Georgetown plant and its major customers, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Toyota U.S. manufacturing site for the JCI provides seats on a just-in-time. Can be used to investigate the different patterns of supplier relationships that were traditionally in the U.S. and Japanese automobile industry, the adjustments that Toyota produced its traditional method to investigate deal with a U.S. supplier and the very high level study of coordination and cooperation between the two companies is achieved. JCI adoption of a version of the Toyota Production System is also discussed.
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Paul Milgrom,
John D. Roberts
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
25 pages.
Release Date: 13 May 1997. Prod #: BE9-PDF-ENG
Johnson Controls, Inc. Automotive Systems Group, The Georgetown, Kentucky plant HBR case solution

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