• “The Toyota Way Fieldbook: A Practical Guide for Implementing the 4Ps,” written by Jeffrey K. Liker and David Meier, is the follow up to the bestseller “The Toyota Way.” The Fieldbook helps build on Toyota’s operating systems. The book details examples that have shown success for Toyota’s practices, and The Toyota Way Fieldbook explains what can help other companies and how they can develop systems similar to Toyota that can fit in to their unique styles. Beginning with a review of the principles Toyota uses, including the 4Ps (Philosophy, Processes, People and Partners, and Problem Solving), readers will then have the knowledge to develop a long-term philosophy for their company and transform take enterprise to the next level. Some of the strategies the book covers include defining the company, problem solving, leadership and having the right support people. Both authors have combined experience in order to provide in-depth knowledge on the success of Toyota and how to implement the strategies that led to that success.
  • In "The Toyota Way to Lean Leadership," readers learn the two key maxims to build a successful business:
    • constantly improve processes and people,
    • focus on leadership development.
    Working with the vehicle manufacturer's former executive Gary Convis, writer Jeffrey Liker details, analyzes and teaches the lean way to lead. It took home the Shingo Research and Professional Publications Award in 2012 by providing solid, actionable advice and a pleasurable read. Readers can apply the advice provided, especially in early chapters, to a company, department or team environment. While Toyota uses it in relationship to a manufacturing setting, the methods prove useful in any business format. Readers compliment its engaging style and its advice on topics as diverse as systems thinking and servant leadership. Toyota's consistently implemented company and leadership principles resulted in 58 years in a row of increased profits for the vehicle manufacturer. Only the worst Japanese earthquake in a century and a part recall slowed it down. Both occurred in the same year -2008. Its foray into lean leadership teaches readers the methods used to build this successful company with 80 years in business.
  • This is a world’s bestseller book, not your everyday airport read. This book engages the reader on service- based organizational skills and how to gain value, lead and get the best results- The Toyota Way. The Toyota Way to Service Excellence is more of a masterclass course with great professors! This is true since Dr. Jeffrey Liker brings to life the imagined examples being a great professor for over three decades. Co-author Karyn Ross brings the practicality of the great concepts to life. Together they perfect such a thoughtful and careful application of the principles and practices of Toyota to IT, Customer care, motor industry, hotel industry and beyond. The two authors use imagination as part of their case studies clearly applying The Toyota Way to a service process. They weave in real life examples of businesses they have worked with. What makes it interesting about the real companies is how different yet similar the work-cultures are. Walk with them as they detail the magnificent success stories which the different organizations have done how best they know. As you go through this masterclass, you can grab ideas as well as draw inspiration from each example.
  • In production lines far and wide, Toyota reliably makes the most noteworthy quality autos with the least deformities of any contending producer, while utilizing fewer worker hours, less close by stock, and a significant portion of the floor space of its rivals. The Toyota Way is the original book for a general group of onlookers that clarifies the administration standards and business theory behind Toyota's overall notoriety for quality and dependability. Finish with profiles of associations that have effectively embraced Toyota's standards; this book demonstrates to chiefs in each industry proper methodologies to enhance business forms by:
    • Eliminating sat around idly and assets
    • Building quality into working environment frameworks
    • Finding minimal effort yet dependable contrasting options to costly innovation
    • Producing in little amounts
    • Turning each representative into a quality control investigator
  • "Toyota Culture: The Heart and Soul of the Toyota Way",  written by Jeffrey Liker and Michael Hoseus, is another follow-up to the bestseller "The Toyota Way". "Toyota Culture" explores how the company employees and nurtures its workers to be apart of the Toyota team. Welcome to the wonderful and up-lifting world of Toyota. The readers will be taken on a long journey into what makes of the very heart and soul of Toyota. After reading this book, they will grow to appreciate Toyota every more. Reading this book will help the readers with their own company grow and reach beyond the highest level it can be. Who knows what goes into making a Toyota vehicle? Everyone knows and loves the brand known as Toyota. Up to 35.55 million people drive a vehicle from the Toyota brand. The company goes out of their way to improve itself each day. But do who knows what goes into making one of those beloved and most reliable vehicles? Do who knows how passionate and committed the company is to develop and build the best of their products to sell to the world? What exactly is Toyota culture? What is the key to having long, lasting years of success? How can Toyota culture apply to other business models?
  • “Toyota Talent,” written by Jeffrey Liker and co-authored by David Meier, goes into depth about how Toyota gets its success. Both authors provide deeper insight into the 4 Ps method (Philosophy, People, Problem Solving and Process), which was explained in “The Toyota Way Fieldbook.” Readers will learn how Toyota helps develop the talent and people it needs to succeed and how it can be done in another company. The book walks through the in-depth methods used to train and help each individual show their full potential so they can be a valuable part of the company. Throughout the book, there is information about training plans, how to break down complicated jobs into easier ways to train, how to properly prepare the workplace, and recognizing potential leaders in the workforce, as well as educating other members of the staff. Liker and Meier will help get the most of employees who want to work toward the company’s common goals.
  • This solid read is one no Toyota lover should miss, much more fail to share with anyone in the auto realm, client or employee alike: It offers a rich plethora of insightful information, backed by proven strategy, and updated data with real-life analysis. The organizational culture of Toyota, stemmed more than seven decades ago, continues to impress many. And this is a book that primarily talks about Toyota's current challenges, even in the midst of the current financial and oil crises occurring in many markets across the world today, and is an invaluable addition to the greater Toyota Way Series as a whole.
  • The Lean Blueprint of Sustainability, Following the Toyota Way Highly publicized recalls in 2009 and 2010 tarnished the respected carmaker’s reputation. Sixy years of renown for operational excellence was called into question and put under the microscope of public optics. Business pundits questioned the value proposition of quality upon which the brand was built. The harshest critics began predicting the demise of the giant car manufacturer. Fortunately, the government’s findings cleared the carmaker of wrongdoing in the series of defects and accidents. Toyota recovered quickly through agile marketing and public apologies. The carmakers learned not to rely on processes blindly, not matter how long they delivered unsurpassed results. It's alway important to question, test and verify. “The Toyota Way,” by Jeffrey Liker, shares the foundational principles that have made Toyota great with the rest of the business world. Now, “The Toyota Way to Continuous Improvement,” reveals insights froma Toyota production engineer, James Franz. Franz shows readers how to implement continuous improvement by adapting a disciplined approach to process improvement across your organization.