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1. Capstone Project Report
The report should show the followings:
Identification of the professional accounting, management and/or public relations issues in your workplace;
How do you applied knowledge from this degree study in solving your workplace problems, including appropriate analysis and justification
What strategies are addressed for the project, including consideration of knowledge in accounting, management, or public relations implications; and/or other organizational resource implications.
Complete appropriate advanced level research that identifies and provides assistance in solving real world problems at professional accounting, management, or public relations areas in a practical business setting
Plan and conduct a project to solve a professional accounting, management, or public relations problem in a practical business setting;
Identify advanced capacity to recognise the importance of considering for any business problem the wider business contexts such as accounting and financial implications; management implications; public relations implications; human resource management implications, organizational structure implications, and/or other organizational resource implications;
Demonstrate ability in incorporating the wider business context implications in a comprehensive research based report on the solution to a professional accounting, management and/or public relations problem in a practical business setting
Communicate effectively the outcomes of conducting a research based project to solve a professional accounting, management and/or public relations problem in a practical business setting
(Word Limit: 3000 words)
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Toyota Motor Corporation is known for referring to the gold standard across the automotive sector. In the initial period of 2007, Toyota took the decision of overtaking General Motors Corporation in terms of sales for the first duration as the top manufacturer of automation across the globe.
Toyota had been successful partly due to the exceptional reputation for customer care and quality. Irrespective of the international recession of economy and tough times across the automotive industry of America like Chrysler and General Motors faces in the year 2009.
Toyota had been enjoying profits of 16.7 billion dollars and a growth of sales by 6 per cent in the year. However, the late period of 2009 and the early period of 2010 witnessed a recall of Toyota by 8 million vehicles because of the unintended acceleration(Jones, 2010).