The Organizational Culture At Nokia
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  • 1. Organizational Culture of Based on the factors that influencing NOKIA to become a Successful Organization
  • 2. Israt Ara Khan BBA 027 07393 S.M. Al-Amin BBA 027 07837 Ishtiaque Sultan BBA 027 07484 Rizwana Chowdhury BBA 027 08094 Md. Saidul Morsalin BBA 027 07758 Arifur Rahman BBA 027 08076
  • 3. NOKIA Company logo. Founded in Tampere in 1865, logo 1966. A leading player in mobile communications all over the world, NOKIA first started operations in the early 1980s Finnish Rubber Works Ltd, Helsinki:1898 The NOKIA &quot;arrows&quot; logo before its Connecting People logo. &quot;Connecting People&quot; slogan, invented by Ove Strandberg.
  • 4.
    • Customer Satisfaction
    • Respect for Individuals
    • Achievement
    • Continuous Learning
    • Hi
    • Low
    • Performance
    • Satisfaction
    • The Nokia Way-emphasizes the speed and flexibility of decision-making.
    • Flat-networked organization with a certain amount of bureaucracy.
    • Equality of opportunities and employee participation.
    • The Nokia Values are Customer Satisfaction, Respect, Achievement, and Renewal.
  • 5. Customer satisfaction , commonly abbreviated CS , is a business term which is used to capture the idea of measuring how satisfied an enterprise's customers are with the organization's efforts in a marketplace .
    • Dedicated sales and marketing, logistics and sourcing functions.
    • Making things that suit best for customers
    • Randomly responding to the change in customer needs
  • 6. Respect for Individual , Respect is a psychological construct involving the interaction. The cognitive aspects of respect are still under current study thus it is unknown at this point in time.
    • Opportunities for personal growth and responsibility.
    • Teamwork; A feeling of family.
    • Freedom for creativity with minimal rules and regulations.
  • 7. Achievement (attaining- goals) ; the outcome from a state of affairs or a state of a concrete activity domain which a person or a system is going/tends to achieve or obtain.
    • Adopting new strategy in-respond to the change in global market.
    • Be in the right place at the right time.
    • Continuous refocusing on the Goal
  • 8. Continuous Learning (Renewal) ; always trying on improving the perfections .
    • Nokia's newest advertising campaign 'What if…………...', challenges the future.
    • Strong focus on R&D
  • 9.
    • Developing affordable mobile devices that can contribute to increased economic growth and quality of life.
    • Constant innovation. Focusing on human technology; enhancing communication and exploring new ways to exchange information.
    • That’s why Nokia will never stop finding new ways of connecting people.
  • 10.
    • Provides an opportunity to its employees to grow personally.
    • Believes in innovation and creation.
    • Greater emphasis on informal work culture.
    • Empowers people and the employees are quite independent.
    • Open culture the management-attracts, motivates and retains high quality people.
  • 11.