"å’Œ" style is popular in the Asia area, which is the tradition for the cautious easterners. Everything shall be reported to the supervisor and wait for the confirmation. Therefore, "å’Œ" style may cause the time consuming and misunderstanding for the westerners. They focus more on the efficiency and have strong self-awareness. Toyota shall considers adapt "å’Œ" style and endow bigger autonomy for the local branches to deal with affairs by themselves in a controllable scale. In the eastern countries, it is still suitable.
(Sorry for the all-caps but I spent the 2011 “Arab Spring” year having to respond to people who felt compelled to keep saying political uprisings are about social, economic and cultural grievances as if there were actual serious people who claimed otherwise–and as if that fact meant the communicative infrastructure was irrelevant which is either the view of a naive person who has never lived under a censorship regime where it becomes blindingly obvious why communication infrastructure matters–yes, all the way back to 1848 and even the French revolution as those stories are intertwined with the development of print, telegraph, railroads (which carry news and newspapers), etc.)