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History / Background. 1930s • Ferdinand Porsche designed first Volkswagen "Volkswagen" means, literally, "peoples car” 1940s • Beetle - known as Volkswagon Type 1 - economy car - company's signature platform. History / Background. The VW Beetle. History / Background. 1950s

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History / Background

1930s

• Ferdinand Porsche designed first Volkswagen

"Volkswagen" means, literally, "peoples car”

1940s

• Beetle - known as Volkswagon Type 1 - economy car

- company's signature platform

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History / Background

1950s

• 1950 - Type II Volkswagen introduced, originally

known as transporter or bus or camper.

• The Volkswagen Bus, still today known to many as

the "VW Bully".

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History / Background

1955

• Continual growth for about 20 years,sales of Beetle grew,

company's total worldwide vehicle sales past $1 million.

• Employees and dealers from Germany and abroad

celebrate the production of the one millionth Volkswagen

Beetle in Wolfsburg.

• Volkswagen of America (VWoA) was founded. It is the US

subsidiary of the Volkswagen automobile company in

Germany.

1960s

• 1969 high point of Beetle's sales

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1970’s

• Beetle popularity declined in US, importation was discontinued

• Production of Beetle continued into 1990s in Latin America

• Beetle remains the best-selling car of all time

• On February 17th, 1972 Volkswagen breaks the world car

production record,with 15,007,034 units assembled, the Beetle

surpasses Ford Motor Company's Model T, popularly known as

the "Tin Lizzy", between 1908 and 1927.

• 1973 Passat introduced

• 1974 First Golf built

• 1977 Rabbit introduced

• 1979 Jetta introduced -small family car

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History / Background

The "Himalayas Chart"

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History / Background

Changes by Executives

• Executives wanted to break the pattern of sales.

• Began a more proactive approach to developing &

introducing new models (New Golf, New Jetta,

New Passat, & New Beetle).

• Sales rose into the 21st century.

• New brand positioning & effective advertising helped

move VW into competition with other upscale brands.

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History / Background

Early 2000s

• Senior Executives began to broaden their view of the

traditional VW Group portfolio of vehicles.

• 2001 VW Group chairman, Dr. Bernd Pischetsrieder

initiated a strategy of diversifying the product offerings

• New diversification strategy would create a portfolio

that matched the global demand for vehicles.

• Pischetsrieder consolidated VW Group automotive

brands into two groups:

– "Classic" - Bentley & Skoda

– "Sporty" - Audi, SEAT & Lamborghini

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History / Background

• Gerd Klauss, VWoA's CEO - Thoughts & Ideas

• If all models proposed in 2002 were approved and

produced, VWoA would grow from importing 9 models in

2002 to over 22 models in 2008.

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History / Background

The Strategic Change

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History / Background

• Instituted an organizational readiness program called

"Next Round of Growth" (NRG)

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History / Background

• VWoA Core Processes and Major Organizational

Functions

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History / Background

• Enterprise Goal Ranking for Project Prioritization

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Responding to Internal Critics

• Matulovic is a member of the ELT

• Likely only ELT staff would challenge

• Much work on project's phases reflects his commitment

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Existing Unchecked Projects

• BPTO established to tame difficulties with existing

projects

• Matulovic used gedasUSA staff to create a top-level

architecture

• Phase 1 ends with IT projects cut from 210 to 170 million

• ELT's team members can vouch for top projects due to

them doing the prioritizing

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Initiating Such an

Undertaking Again?

• Multi-day meetings lead to overnight work which

suprises returning DBC members

• Some members could report project daily status

rankings to their ELT bosses

• Partially funded, multi-year SAP project needs another

year and still little funds

• SAP project tested the outcomes of Matulovic's 3-Phase

åprocess

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Addressing Possible Concerns

• Can Matulovic organize the established units?

• Acronyms: NRG, BPTO, PMO, ITSC, DBC, and ELT

• Groups must scramble to convene and continually vote

to achieve top 3 picks

• Realized that funding the top 3 exceeded budget

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Executives Seeing Two Options

• Look for other projects with higher enterprise goals

• Challenge the merit of Matulovic's goal-selection

methodology

• Matulovic might need to fold to take on a decision-maker

who comes with ELT's ulterior motives

• Result: return to favortism for ELT pet projects

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