Process is the next thing in the checklist for innovation Not every employee

Process is the next thing in the checklist for

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Process is the next thing in the checklist for innovation. Not every employee participates in decision making at Apple where this is not suitable. Picture how things would turn out if marketing strategies decisions were to be assigned to an assembly worker. Most definitely, this is not suitable. However, every employee can share their thoughts and give advice to intensify processes or products. Employees are presented rewards if their suggestions are effectual. An atmosphere of trust is existing in the business. It is critical to keep this kind of environment due to the lack of good relationships, having no communication, affects materialize that can lead to inefficiency and less productivity.
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Apple has an effective way of regulating their resources. Even with making quality products with decreased utilization of money and resources, the business charges more money for their products versus other businesses in the same sector. Apple is very successful with this strategy; nevertheless, it may not be usable in the future. They could thoughtfully drop the prices some; it would more than likely boosts the sales up. As a market leader, Apple expresses a business model to other firms. Its place allows the business to have the ability to innovate, to devote very much into research and try to become better. The company has been engaged in the business for such a rather large amount of time accordingly they recognize strategies for doing a more efficient business. Nevertheless, Apple’s market share had been swallowed by the competition. It should never be viewed in a negative manner in the business, should act as a motivation to enable Apple to always innovate and make the Earth a great place with Apple’s products.
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References Apple (2012). Apple and the Environment. Retrieved from Vogelstein, F. (2008). The Untold Story: How the iPhone Blew Up the Wireless Industry. Retrieved from http:// - 02/ff_iphone?currentPage=all White, M.A, & Bruton, G.D. (2011). The Management of Technology & Innovation: A Strategic Approach (2 nd Ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western/Cengage Learning.
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