Operations management refers to the maintenance of products or services production that an organization develops for sale (Jones et. al., 1997). The management team is responsible for ensuring a safe and profitable production framework and also making sure that the resources are used and allocated in a resourceful way, minimizing waste in material and labour resources (Gupta and Boyd, 2008). So as to accomplish these objectives, the management team therefore needs to find the most appropriate operations strategy accessible for their specific product and situation. The chief challenge for any company as well as its operations is to maximize productions through decreasing waste. There are a number of strategies, which could be adopted by the companies based on the production needs (Jones et. al., 1997). Further, taking the above discussion into consideration this particular paper attempts to explore the effectiveness of the current Operations Management framework and the current Quality Management approach, in relation to the organisations overall business strategy at Toyota. The paper also puts forward recommendations to overcome the identified weaknesses found within the organisation, with the view of improving its overall performance as well as the management issues that may arise when implementing these recommendations.