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Computing Ethics : Ethical Use of Computers and Networks at Toyota

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Computing Ethics
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Table of Contents
Research Objectives...................................................................................................................1
Introductions..............................................................................................................................1
Ethical Programs as ethical standards in Toyota Corporation...................................................1
Computer Ethics.........................................................................................................................2
Netiquette..................................................................................................................................3
Conclusion..................................................................................................................................4
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Research Objectives
The study's major purpose is to figure out how businesses might make ethical use of
computers as an information system to boost productivity. Through an investigation of a
vehicle company, the report will make this crucial goal a reality. Other secondary objectives
include establishing the variables required for ERP operations, determining the challenges
that the ERP system can solve, and determining how the organization relates its strategy to
technology adoption.
Introductions
This research examines Toyota's ethical standards in terms of Guidelines for Ethical Use of
Computers and Networks at Toyota, communication challenges, and safety concerns, all of
which are linked to conflicts of interest between corporate lobbying and government
legislation. Exploratory analysis is also used in this paper to investigate the recent safety
crisis that has had a significant impact on the Toyota vehicle market. The document
connects the two ethical perspectives of transparency and communication, highlights the
importance of ethical standards in the Toyota crisis, and poses a new question regarding
how they can be compromised on safety issues during the crisis. Ethics issues, a lack of
transparency in the discussion, and conflicts have all contributed to this. Companies
continue to encounter strategic difficulties in today's business environment, which can
result in a defeat of marketplace share, poor acts, or even insolvency. Toyota, the world's
largest vehicle manufacturer based in Japan, is one of these top corporations(Nkomo,
2013). Despite the fact that the corporation provides a wide range of vehicles to its global
clients, it confronts a number of issues, and sales stagnation in the domestic because of
marketing issues, price tactics, and sluggish sales.
Toyota's history dates back to 1933 when it was a section of the Toyota Automatic Loom
Factory specialized in the production of automobiles, led by Toyota Kiichiro, the founder's
son. In 1929, Toyota Kiichiro traveled to Europe and the United States to research
automotive production, and in 1930, he began researching gasoline engines. Because the
war necessitated the development of domestic autos, the Japanese government supported
the Toyota Auto Loom Factory to develop automobile production. On September 1, 1933,
Kiichiro Toyota took advantage of the chance to establish an automobile production
department and begin building prototype automobiles(History.com Editors, 2021). AA
passenger automobiles were first produced in 1936. The early vehicles bear significant
resemblances to the Dodge-powered station wagon and Chevrolet of the 1930s, and some
parts were exchanged back to the original American. Despite the fact that Toyota is best
identified for its automobiles, it is still active in the textile industry, producing hi-tech
automatic looms and electronic stitching machineries all over the world.
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