Mobile Phone and Nokia

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TABLE OF CONTENT:
TOPIC PAGE INTRODUCTION OF NOKIA…………..…………………………………………….2 HISTORY AND BACKGROUND……………………………………………………..2 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT:

INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT OF NOKIA…………………………………………..3 VISSION STATEMENT OF NOKIA………………………………………………….3 MISSION STATEMENT……………………………………………………………….4 OBJECTIVES OF NOKIA……………………………………………………………..4 CHANGING NATURE OF ORGANISATION………………………………………5 MANAGEMENT AND ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE:

ORGANISATION STRUCTURE….............................................................................6 ORGANISATION CHART……………………………………………………………6 PROPOSAL OF NOKIA ORGANISATION CHART………………………………7 INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE CHART……………………………………8 DEPARTMENT AND DIVISIONS OF NOKIA:

NOKIA DEPARTMENT STRUCTURE……………………………………………. ROLES AND STRATEGIES FOR THE DEPARTMENTS………………………. EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT……………………………………………………… REFERENCE………………………………………………………………………….. CONCLUSION…...........................................................................................................

WHAT IS NOKIA?
“Nokia is a Finnish multinational communications corporation. The company makes a range of mobile devices with services and software that enable people to experience music, navigation, video, television, imaging, games, business, mobility and more. It is headquartered in Kielaniemi in Finland. Nokia is focused on wireless and wired telecommunications with 128,445 employees in 120 countries and it sells in more than 150 countries. It is the world largest manufacture of mobile telephones and a leading supplier and fixed network” www.nokia.com With its main “motto” of connecting people it has succeeded to be the world’s leading Mobile Phone Company and a successor in the global industry. Nokia is fully engaged and showing full contribution in performing responsibilities in all their operations. It therefore succeeded in maintaining its position by fulfilling and satisfying their customer’s needs.

HISTORY AND BACK GROUND:
Nokia was established as a forest industry enterprise for production of papers. It then changed and became the producers of telephone, telegraph and electricity due to the need and demand of paper industry during the World War 2, the company sales achieved its high-stakes and grew faster and faster. Gradually ownership shifted to the hands of just few owners in 1967; hence they merged to form Nokia Telecommunication operation due to the advance in technology and changes occurring and eventually decided to leave consumer electronics behind and focus solely on telecommunication. WHAT IS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT?

Is the sum total of all the external conditions that effect an organism, community, material or energy. Alteration of any environment can affect the organization’s input and out put. Business environment are divided into two main categories, internal and external environment.

INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT:
This Environment focuses on the attributes that add up to the structure of an organisation. They can be controlled in the sense that the organisation dictates the quantity and how much to be used depending on their available resources and therefore differ from different organizations. The internal environment consists of organizational objectives, business activities, organizational skills and capabilities and financial resources and cost structure. The internal environment is also responsible in changing the nature of organization because it depends on the operation of business activities and vision of the company. In addition to success and achieve the aim, the organization itself must have vision, mission and objectives as future plans, good management of the employees and clear organization structure with departments as explained below:

WHAT IS A VISSION...
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