The paper "Perspective Management of Nokia Incorporation" is an exceptional example of a case study on management. The aim of this research report is to introduce and evaluate the basic management and leadership aspects of a well-known Nokia Corporation, which chiefly deals with mobile as well as network communication systems. Moreover, to begin with, we will foremost present a historical evaluation and then move on to endow with and examine certain details regarding the company, including the company's mission and trade strategy, its goals, and leading ideology. The major focus will be on PESTEL along with SWOT analysis (Firat, 1985; Shrivastava, 1986; Venkatesh, 1985). According to the Marxist opinion, management generally consists of people who are skilled in their field.
A manager is familiar with how each layer of the system function and may also have good mechanical knowledge. 2. Historical Review At the origination, Nokia had nothing in common through mobile phones. No doubt, the company was familiar as a business producing authority. Soon after, at the end of the last century, more advanced technologies had been brought to light, such as the invention of rubber and other related substances used in chemical processes.
This led to the formation of the Finnish Rubber Works. Moreover, worth mentioning is the rapid innovation in electricity augmentation toward companies and factories, the huge improvement of which contributed not only to the inception of the Finnish Cable Works in 1912, but also to the production of cables for the telegraph business and, in fact, it supported the development of a quite new device- telephone. Then in 1960 the Electronic Department was established, this led up the company to a new stage in the telecommunication business.
In 1967, with the contribution of both Finnish Rubber Works and Finnish Cable Works, the original manufacturing industry founded Nokia Corporation. The '60s are considered to be an important period in Nokia's achievements as the initial and very successful approach of Nokia to the telecommunication market.
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