Change Management Plan of the Nokia Company 2

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Change Management Plan of the Nokia Company Introduction Nokia is a broad extensive telecommunication company that develops, supply mobile phone handsets, fixed and mobile communications networks, terminals, monitor development, and data communication Solutions. It has its headquarters in located in Finland. IT had sales in over 130 countries. Considering the market share that the Nokia Company was losing globally, it had to strategize a change in management if it wanted to stay afloat in business and not have a rough patch ahead.

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Change Management Plan for the Nokia Company(Affiliation Name) (Author's Name) (Instructors Name)Change Management Plan of the Nokia CompanyIntroductionNokia is a broad extensive telecommunication company that develops, supply mobile phone handsets, fixed and mobile communications networks, terminals, monitor development, and data communication Solutions. It has its headquarters in located in Finland. IT had sales in over 130 countries. Considering the market share that the Nokia Company was losing globally, it had to strategize a change in management if it wanted to stay afloat in business and not have a rough patch ahead. It is a brand known globally, a leader in its vice, heritage rich and a giant in the market as well. Though, on recent case scenario, Nokia has been fighting to stay afloat in a premeditated catastrophe brought about by an array of internal and external factors that influence and are core to strategically business specifics. Nokia Company started out and rose to being a multinational company in the world for handset making, back in the 1990s. This proves that it had gone through a successful management change severally. It spiraled from an imprecise mobile phone company into one invincible giant of phone development (J, 2011)(Cooper, Steinbock & Lowenstein, 2001).It had not started making smart mobile phones yet and even though it was leading before being overtaken by Apple and Samsung, was making huge market profits though t

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