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Organization development Chapter 2 exercise Group member’s name Venkatesha maraiah Kjc1080518 Kavitha r.mugam Kjc1080517 Sarmila r.mugam Kjc1080519 Mageswari sundram Kjc1050030 Organization development Chapter 2 Exercise Questions 1. Research Apple’s product history to discover the progression of its major products? Apple’s product history to discover the progression of its major products is Apple computer, Inc is a multinational corporation that creates consumer electronics, computer software and commercial servers. Apple’s core product lines are the iPad, IPhone, iPod music players, and Macintosh computers line-up. Founders Steve Jobs and Steve Woziniak effectively created Apple computer on April 1 1976, with…show more content…
Keep clients informed through newsletters, seminars and regular correspondence on a variety of benefits topics. For example, COBRA and healthcare reform legislative updates that can impact employer benefits and costs. 4. Do you think Google will be able to maintain its controlled- chaos type of culture? Support your position. Today's leading organizations are knowledge creating companies that thrive on continuous innovation. It's a big competitive edge. New products and services can be "knocked off" or copied. But it's much harder for competitors to duplicate a management system and corporate culture that produces a continuous stream of successful product and service improvements, innovations, adaptations, and extensions. That continuous innovation stream comes from controlled chaos. It's a tricky process that that has four main stages. The first two stages are dependent on people or leadership skills. Stages three and four lean heavily on disciplined management systems and processes. 1. Exploration — a broad, open search for strategic partnerships, unresolved problems, latent or unmet needs, new markets and customer segments that potentially fit the organization's Context and Focus (vision, values, and purpose) as well as core competencies. 2. Experimentation — pilots, clumsy tries, and "mucking around" to test the potential opportunity for viability and to learn what would be needed to make it successful. 3. Development —
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