Apple, Organization, Culture
Over the years, most organizations have changed their approach of conducting their operations for them to cope with changing environmental factors. As a result, organizations whose management divert from the defined course by their organization's culture never live to accomplish the objectives defined by the firm's promoters. This manifests in organizations where those in authority condemn it to anarchy state, where adjustments executed by the management disregard the corporate mission and vision. Although most organizations have their unique corporate values and guiding vision, few corporate leaders uphold them. This forms the initial difference between successful organizations that stay put in their defined foundation despite making regular adjustments to cope with changing environments.
Attaining corporate excellence involves eliminating pampering the organization with every business model that dilute the organization culture. Organizational culture involves the defined set of values and behavior which forms the basis for corporate objectives, and which all levels of the company should comply with to attain success.
[...] This makes it difficult for rival organizations seeking to surpass the success of Apple Inc. Creating and Maintaining Apple's Organization Culture The corporate culture of Apple Inc., is built around the personality of its founder Steve, who emphasized secrecy, opaqueness and go-it-alone approach (Mintz para 1). However, since the departure of Steve following his death, Tim Cook uses his brilliance and hardworking ability to instill a culture of sense to the Apple's organization culture. Although Cook's performance does not suggest substitution of Steve's personality driven culture, Apple's culture is what makes the company different in approaches to product innovation and designs. [...]
[...] Attaining corporate excellence involves eliminating pampering the organization with every business model that dilute the organization culture. Organizational culture involves the defined set of values and behavior which forms the basis for corporate objectives, and which all levels of the company should comply with to attain success Apple Organization Culture Secretive Core Management should avoid underestimating the potential of strong organization culture to propel the firm to heights of success. This arises in the ‘magic' culture injected by Job during his second reign at Apple, which turned the enterprise he cofounded from bankruptcy to the most valuable enterprise in the world. [...]
[...] During the security briefing, employees are aware that when the company is launching a new product, it remains top secret to the internal quarters and any prelease amount to ultimate firing. The organization values secrecy as worth millions of dollars from the media coverage, as this generates suspense. Any prelease of product information to the external environment would dampen the suspense. Similarly, releasing details of new projects would cause consumers to postpone purchasing existing products as they await better generations of products. The 5 executive holds that informing the market of products details before their launch, gives consumers time to respond to the product features (Lashinsky para 14). [...]
[...] Secondly, one requires leading from the front by representing clearly the tone of the culture through personal priorities and values when regularly engaging team members and other stakeholders. Finally, living and acting as per one's desired legacy to attain the ultimate 10 goals, ensures the sustenance of high standards for others to notice and desire attaining the excellent culture demonstrated Bibliography Anthony. (2010, March 11) Things to Know About the Company Culture at Apple. Retrieved December from http://uxmovement.com/resources/8-things-to-know-about-thecompany-culture-at-apple/ Drake, T. (2013, September 19). How Global Cultural Differences Can Affect Your Leadership Assessment. Retrieved December from http://hudson.com/intalentgenceblog/postid/402/how-global-cultural-differences-can-affect-your-leadershipassessment#.UrnDnbSkbYg Francis, R. [...]
[...] Two Faces of Apple. [...]
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