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By 1982, GM had had enough and put the Fremont factory out of its misery, Two years later, GM and Toyota reopened the factory with — incredibly — most of the same workforce.
But first, they sent some of them to Japan to learn the Toyota way.
The key to the Toyota Production System was a principle so basic, it sounds like an empty management slogan: Teamwork.
At Toyota, people were divided into teams of just four or five and they switched jobs every few hours to relieve the monotony. A team leader would step in to help when anything went wrong.
At the old GM plant in Fremont, Calif., the system had been totally different and there was one cardinal rule that everyone knew: the assembly line could never stop.
"You just didn't see the line stop," Madrid said. "I saw a guy fall in the pit and they didn't stop the line."
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