Nokia: Shaping The Organizational Culture

            
 
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Case Code : HROA006
Case Length : 10 pages
Period : 1968 - 2004
Pub Date : 2004
Teaching Note :Not Available
Organization : Intel Corporation
Industry : Semi conductors
Countries : Global

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"Success for us means motivating, engaging and maintaining employee satisfaction and well-being."

- Hallstein Moerk, Senior Vice President Human Resources1

Introduction

Nokia, the Finnish multinational, was renowned for its organizational culture. The company was the world's largest maker of cell phones ahead of rivals such as Motorola, Siemens, and Samsung among others. A flat, networked organization along with speed and flexibility in decision-making characterized Nokia's culture. Nokia believed in providing equal opportunities to people. The company had attempted to shape a culture of respect, openness and trust.

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Nokia was founded in 1865 when engineer Fredrik Idestam established a mill to manufacture pulp and paper on the Nokia River in Finland. Although Nokia flourished within Finland, the company was not well known to the rest of the world...

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1] About Nokia, Corporate Brochure, 2003, www.nokia.com

 

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