Automotive Vision Hall Of Bologna New Mazda3 5-Door Hatchback 2010

The car brand Mazda presented in the international car of Bologna show the all-new Mazda3 5-door 2010, a hatchback sports court that is distinguished by its youth and powerful appearance; as well as its management more dynamic and fun. Mazda explained that the Mazda3 five-door share the same characteristics of the model with four doors, including the sporty driving, a dynamic design and a high level of security. The Japanese car manufacturer noted that priority during the development of this car was respect for the environment, so it uses a few strings kinematics of very high efficiency and has an improved aerodynamics. In addition, this model has experienced a reduction in weight in comparison with its predecessor. Mazda said that all engines of this car include new environmental technologies as a catalyst with simple nanotechnology.

The firm pointed out that this new development has allowed to reduce the consumption of Platinum and Palladium. New Mazda3 5 door: A compact sports car that offers a pleasure of driving extraordinarioDesde the launch of its first generation, the Mazda3 introduced a level of pleasure driving and a feeling of quality absolutely unknown in its segment. Five years later, more than 1.8 million units have been sold and the Mazda3 has won a total of 90 automobile awards worldwide. The new Mazda3 is designed on the virtues of the first generation and reflects the growing concern over the environment, rapid expansion of motorization and the greatest diversity of criteria with which the public valued cars. This model has been developed through a joint effort by Japan, us r & d teams.UU. and Europe, as a result of the technological development of Mazda long term plan. That plan, called sustainable Zoom-Zoom, seeks a harmony between the driving pleasure, safety and respect for the environment.

Marcic Culture

For this reason culture must take as priority the incorporation and assimilation of technology. The integration of the technology should be a continuous process, due to the large current changes. All this poses an organizational change which is a necessity in response to these impacts in the environment and constitutes a form of adaptation to new demands. To implement the necessary changes in the company, will be needed a cultural adjustment, due to that many times are not compatible the current organizational culture with the strategy which aims to develop in the future. The culture must change to enable the evolution of the organization in accordance with the new rules that are imposed. Organizations must rethink their culture to be able to incorporate into the new context, for in this way remain competitive in this world pluriculturizado. We must not forget what Maria Candelaria Rodriguez brings when he says, the coexistence of social and cultural systems depends on their capacity of adaptation, tolerance and inclusion of different cultures that lie in the same environment.

Daft and Marcic (2005) establish that pluralism means that an organization welcomes and brings together several subcultures, managing to accept different ways of thinking and behaving. For this reason, diversity part of individual differences and plurality is the intention of accepting diversity to achieve integration. Therefore, diversity and plurality emanate from the individual and social groups, their condition and nature. Also the nuanced complexity edges of the differentiated and plural character, puts his accent in the cultural system, as encloses determinism product of diversity that emanates from the emergent nature of systems from the plane of organizations, each day is occurring most frequently need to adopt an oriented position toward the cultural diversity, due to the effect of the globalization of enterprises as a result of locating facilities in other countries and exploit labour markets certain, as well as the need to rotate key staff towards other countries in areas of competence where perhaps the host country in which operates a subsidiary, lacks trained personnel according to requirements and the origin company culture.

Cormas Management

Five business skills essential for success are concentration, judgment, organization, innovation and communication. Michael Faraday overview, history and alcanceEl advancement of technology, the dynamic development of many markets where enterprises play a significant role in its operation, has led to many companies to identify with the importance of models of quality management that benefits them. Companies know that to conquer markets, keep them require the need to ensure a suitable product. Make your own survival, looking for a loyal clientele. Give way to good management of quality as a strategic positioning in the market, looking for a competitive advantage in this way.Has been said, that the European EFQM Excellence model, aims to create a framework which, taking into account that each organization has its own characteristics, be sufficiently broad as to which any organization or organizational unit to carry out the self-diagnosis of the quality of its management.It is known, that fourteen major companies decided to create the European Foundation for quality management (European Foundation for Quality Management, known by its initials EFQM). Just a frame of reference was established in what is known as a European model for total quality management. Although each organization is unique as Francisco Cormas points out, this model offers a general structure of criteria that can be widely applied to any organization or part of an organization. It is important to emphasize that you it’s a model oriented towards self-evaluation, as indicates it Cormas, is that companies have a guide that allows them to know in which States are in that direction must be routed or actions should be undertaken to stop advance and improve their situation.The Declaration of principles on which is based said model is: customer, employee satisfaction and satisfaction and impact on society are achieved through leadership initiatives, policy and strategy, management of personnel, resources and processes that eventually lead to excellence in business performance.