Nokia: Shaping The Organizational Culture

            
 
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Themes

Organizational Culture
Case Length : 10 pages
Period : 1968 - 2004
Pub Date : 2004
Teaching Note : Not Available
Organization : Intel Corporation
Industry : Semi conductors
Countries : Global

Abstract:

Nokia, the Finnish multinational, is renowned for its organisational culture. A flat, networked organisation along with flexibility and speedy decision-making form the main elements of Nokia's culture. CEO, Jorma Ollila's leadership has played an important role in shaping Nokia's culture.

Ollila has led Nokia's reinvention as a mobile communications company. Under his leadership, Nokia has attempted to provide individuals with plenty of growth opportunities in a challenging environment. The "Nokia way" has laid down a few rules that every employee in the company is expected to follow.

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These core values form the basis for the common bond and shared philosophy of employees. The challenge for Nokia is to retain these core values as it grows in size.

Contents:

  Page No.
Introduction 1
Background Note 1
Leadership 3
The Nokia Way 4
Key Aspects of Nokia's Culture 5
Fluid Structure 6
Building Talent 7
Conclusion 8
Exhibits  

Key Words:

Intel, HR (human resource) at Intel, Human resources, Work culture, Organisational culture, Work ethics, Craig Barrett, Andy Grove, Paranoid work culture, Leadership, Stock options, Intel University, Micro processor, Most admired companies, Culture

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