Apple's Success And Success

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APPLE SUCCESS METHODS 1 APPLE SUCCESS METHODS Success is a goal of every business. There are few companies that enjoy success the way Apple, Inc does. Fortune Magazine does an Annual ranking of the best companies by revenue known as the Fortune 500. Making it into these top 500 companies is somethin g that is truly to be coveted as being listed among this shows that you are part of the most successful business. In 2015, Apple made it into the Fortune 5 ("Fortune 500 List") . Meaning that of all the companies and businesses that exist in the world, Ap ple was able to make it into the top five of the most successful companies. One can not guess the number of business that are in existence as there are far too many to…show more content…
Their range of products is very limited. Their flexibility in customization is ve ry rigid. Apple, however, has been able to be one of the most successful businesses and has continually produced in demand products. What is it that makes a successful company? How is apple able to maintain this level of success? It is rarely that there is one thing that makes a business successful. This is how it is for APPLE SUCCESS METHODS 2 apple as well. What has made apple successful, are principles that can me any business successful if they are applied properly. There is no guarantee that any company would enjoy the l evel of success that apple has, but it does help a businesses chances. The elements that every business needs, which apple has successfully applied, to thrive include: Structure, Culture, Leadership, Human nature and motivation, decision making, strategy, and goals and objectives. Apple Inc. 's Background and History The Apple story is one that has been told by many different people and is one that has become household lore in many different circles. The website, - , gives a detailed, yet brief, overview of the history of Apple, Inc. On the site, the history of apple is broken down into eight sections, grouped by years. For the purposes of this paper we will breifly look over just four bro ad subjects.: The inception of Apple and the early years, the decline of Apple, the revival of
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