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MGMT20001 Organisational Behaviour H1 Exam Notes

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MGMT20001 Organisational Behaviour H1 exam notes Extremely detailed OB notes from Semester 2, 2015 (often referred to as the much more difficult semester of 2015 for OB). Includes very detailed notes of every single lecture including in-note screen shots of all the relevant examples, tables and other diagrams.

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Steve Jobs American brands Corporate crime John Sculley Enron Apple Inc. Jeffrey Skilling Change management NeXT Vitality curve Management Apple Store
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Steve Jobs American brands Corporate crime John Sculley Enron Apple Inc. Jeffrey Skilling Change management NeXT Vitality curve Management Apple Store
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Competitors started to enter into the market and all ranges of products have begun to compete with Apple. The change to fit into the external environment emerged. Technological factors: Technological development lowered the entrant barrier, which allowed more competitors to enter into the market. Apple have to embrace the technological change so that their products are cutting-edged and they would not lose their market share. Internal forces: Change of leadership: The main changes occurred because of the change of leadership. Sculley implemented several changes after he became the CEO of Apple. He restructured Apple, implemented several different strategies, which...
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