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Strategic management Nokia


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Strategic management Nokia

  2. 2. VISION / MISSION Our customers continue to our First priority “Nokia’s future success depends on delivering great experiences to customers by creating product and solutions that work seamlessly and are appealing”. Nokia’s mission is simple: Connecting People. Goal is to build great mobile products that enable billions of people worldwide to enjoy more of what life has to offer. Challenge is to achieve this in an increasingly dynamic and competitive environment. Ideas. Energy. Excitement. Opportunities. In today's mobile world, it feels like anything is possible - and that's what inspires us to get out of bed every day.
  3. 3. NOKIA - BASIC BACKGROUND / EXISTING STATE OF THE COMPANY Nokia was the world's largest vendor of mobile phones from 1998 to 2012. Nokia has around 101,982 employees across 120 countries, sales in more than 15 countries Nokia is a public limited-liability company listed on the Helsinki, Frankfurt, and New York stock exchanges. In 2009 Nokia contributed 1.6% to Finland's GDP, and accounted for about 16% of Finland's exports in 2006. Over the past five years it has suffered a declining market share as a result of the growing use of touch screen smart phones from other vendors - principally the Apple iPhone and devices running on Google’s Android operating system In a bid to recover, Nokia announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft in February 2011, as part of which all Nokia smartphones will incorporate Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system replacing Symbian. Nokia's current flagship product is the Nokia Lumia 920 and its successors, the 925 and the 928.
  4. 4. NOKIA - 5 YEAR PLAN Stephen Elop, Nokia President and CEO – Nokia’s strategy is about investing in and ensuring Nokia’s future. “I have incredible optimism, because I can see fresh opportunity for us to innovate, to differentiate, to build great mobile products, like never before, and at a speed that will surpass what we have accomplished in the past.”
  5. 5. JOINT VENTURE / PARTNERSHIP Nokia-Microsoft partnership Nokia is adopting Windows Phone as its primary smartphone platform. Working with Microsoft, will help to leverage hardware optimisation, software customisation, and language support. Nokia Partners YES Bank to Launch Nokia Money In India. Nokia has tied up with YES Bank to launch Nokia Money in India powered by Obopay. The service is called as According to Nokia Money, the service will allow users to check their balance, manage expenses and payments, recharge prepaid (mobile) account, and pay utility bills.
  6. 6. ACQUISTIONS On October 2007, Nokia bought Navteq, a U.S.-based supplier of digital mapping data, for a price of $8.1 billion.[Nokia finalized the acquisition on 10 July 2008. On 19 June 2006, Nokia and Siemens AG announced the companies would merge their mobile and fixed-line phone network equipment businesses to create one of the world's largest network firms, Nokia Siemens Networks. On 22 September 2003, Nokia acquired, a branch of Sega which became the major basis to develop the Nokia N-Gage device.
  7. 7. SWOT ANALYSIS Strengths Strong corporate brand & the largest cell phone vendor Strong distribution network Best navigation (Nokia OVI maps) High resale value of hand sets compared to other hand sets Weakness Slow to adapt new ways of thinking(for example :- Launch of dual sim mobiles) Symbian OS lost out the race with google’s android and apple iOS Too many products & very little product distinction
  8. 8. Opportunities Global advancements in technology such as MMS, Bluetooth, WA P, GPRS , cameras, social network, 3G etc Target smart phone in the low to medium segment with MS windows 7 platform Nokia has the largest mobile distribution network of 130,000 outlets Nokia “concept store” set up in 9 major cities across India to enhance customer experience Nokia priority Dealers set up in Tier-1 and Tier-2 cities Multi brand stores like the mobile store, Hot spot, Big C
  9. 9. Threats Threats from emerging domestic companies like Micromax, Karbonn, Maxx, Lava, Spice etc which offer similar features at lower prices In the higher segment it is losing market share to players like Apple, HTC, Samsung, Blackberry etc Future strategies PC based applications such as IP Telephony Convergence between PDA’s and Mobile phones Internet revolution
  10. 10. PESTEL Political factors: Nokia is a multinational corporation with presence in more than 120 countries. So it is exposed to political risks in all these countries. Economic factors: The economic cycles have a significant impact on the revenues and profitability of Nokia. Social factors: The social factors like attitude to technology and the desire for social connectivity have an important affect on the sale of mobile phones. Technological factors: Technological infrastructure of the market determines the kind of mobile phones that a manufacturer like Nokia can launch there .For instance, 4G mobile handsets couldn’t be launched till very recently in China because of the lack of 4G technology infrastructure there. Environmental factors: Environmental factors are increasingly become important as governments and people around the world look to cut down their carbon footprints. The environmental factors were the major consideration behind the concept of launching an environmental friendly mobile phone. Legal factors: Legal factors like contract laws and laws relating to foreign direct investments affect Nokia’s decision to invest in a country or not. When they do release a product with an innovative capability it is vital to protect the rights to it through patents, copyright, trademarks or design to ensure they are not “stolen” by their competitors
  11. 11. RECOMMENDATIONS Focus on replacement market Focus on the CDMA Market Product Competiveness Customer Satisfaction Research & Development Demand & Supply
  12. 12. NEW PRODUCT LINE The product is an environmental friendly mobile phone. The dimensions of this phone will be 101 * 49 * 18 mm. It will be quite light in weight, weighing approximately 130 grams. It will be manufactured from recycled material from old used Nokia phones. The phone will be a Smartphone with GPRS, 3G and 4G technologies. Its memory will be of 1 GB and it will also have a 5 Mega Pixel camera. The phone will have a small solar panel installed at its top edge. This solar panel will enable the battery of the phone to be recharged from renewable and clean solar energy. Also 85 % components of this phone can be recycled, which will mean a great reduction in e-waste. Tablets / Desktops and laptops / Servers / LED and LCD screen television surfing
  13. 13. NOKIA – MARKET SHARE Nokia has raked sales of 88.5 million in Q2 2011 and remains the number one company in the world wide phone market. In July 2010, Nokia reported a drop in profits by 40%, turning into an operating loss of EUR 487 million in Q2 2011, but still making a profit of 227 million Euros. In the global Smartphone rivalry, Nokia held the 3rd place, trailing behind Samsung and Apple. In September 2011. Nokia announced laying off another 3,500 jobs worldwide, including the closure of its Cluj factory in Romania
  16. 16. NOKIA PERSONNEL BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA 31.12.2012 Personnel, December 31st 2012 2011 Change % Devices & Services and corporate common 33,201 49,705 -33% HERE 6,186 6,659 -7% Nokia Siemens Networks 58,411 73,686 -21% Nokia Group 97,798 130,050 -25%