A Critical Analysis of Nokia Corporation Current Problem Essay

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Nokia Phones originated from a small town in Southwestern,Finland and began from a small paper mill on the banks of the Nokianvirta river,set up by Fredrik Idestam in 1865.It was 1968 that the Nokia Corporation started in the Mobile Nokia Phone business after spending more than a century operating five different business field as stated in the time line below (Barr G, 2009) :
Paper Mill, 1865
Finnish Rubber, 1898
Power Generation

By year 2008, Nokia has become the world’s biggest mobile handset provider where the production units division separated into 9 countries; Brazil, China, Finland, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Mexico, Romania, and South Korea (Nokia, 2011)
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2006 p.94) | * Recycling Policy | * Setting up recycling bins in all Nokia stores worldwide. Through this ever customer could just bring over their used mobile phones and chargers and simply recycle it. * Nokia go green(Ghai B, 2009) | Internal Business Perspective:Internal Business Process is concentrating on what the company must do internally to meet the customer’s requirements (the mission)(Robbins S.P and Barnwell N. 2006 p.91) | * Effective delivery of capital projects | * Improve in:- Service quality- Speed to market- Cost accuracy- Product quality - Product change order(Tririga Inc, 2008) | | * IWMS (N-SCOPE) data accuracy | * Required fields throughout the systems are both populated and accurate(Tririga Inc, 2008) | | * Sustainability | * Managing environmental risks, quantity of LEED projects under management, environmental awareness activities, sustainability checklists(Tririga Inc, 2008) |

Critical Analysis of Current Problems
1. Organisational Structure
Organisation structure defines how tasks are to be allocated, areas of responsibility and authority, reporting relationships, and the formal coordinating, mechanisms and interaction patterns that will be followed (Robbins S.P and Barnwell N. 2006 p. 7). Based on Organisational Structure Designs case study by Gracia A, 2005 organisational designs fall into two categories as followed: * Simple Structure * Functional Structure * Divisional

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