Mission & VIsion of Nokia
1-To guide and focus decision making
2-To create a balance between the competing interest of various stakeholders 3-To motivate and inspire organizational members
However, it is important to point out that mission statements do not always deliver the promised benefits. In reality, mission statements are often unreadable and uninspiring, and articulate values that are unrealistic or are not aligned with day-to-day organizational behaviour.
Previous mission statement research focused primarily on the content of mission statements and/or on the manager’s perception of the mission statement. Meanwhile, the mission statement perception of individual organizational members received little attention.
Nokia wants to create a new world; to transform a big planet to a small village. Their vision is to create, build, and encourage people from all countries to communicate with each other in order to create a world where everybody is connected.
Humans learn from people around them, but men also seem to forget that beliefs and thoughts differ from person to person. The way of thinking, experiences, believes are simultaneously related in a logic approach. Similarly, Nokia wants to create a world of creativity and experience, shared experiences. mill in Tammerkoski in southern Finland. Frederick Idestam then built another mill by the Nokiavirta River where he gave the name Nokia to the mill in 1871. Originally, the Nokianvirta River was named after a dark furry animal, locally known as the Nokia – a type of marten.
Following a major industrial force, the company merges with a cable company (founded by Eduard Polon) and a rubber firm (founded by Arvid Wickstrom) which sets Nokia on the new path of electronics. Nokia’s first electronic device was a pulse analyzer designed for use in nuclear power plants in 1962. Their interest in telecommunication systems began in 1963 when they started...
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