The Social Responsibility Of Apple Inc.

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Company of Choice: Apple Inc. The Social Responsibility of Apple Inc. By definition, social responsibility is known as the ethical framework and provides suggestions that an organization or an individuals, feels obliged to act so that the benefit is felt across the organization. It is that duty that every individual has of performing so as to ensure proper maintenance of balancing amid the economy and the organizational ecosystems. Apple Inc. has a well outlined social responsibility that works to ensure its smooth operations and that it gives back to the community in equal measures like the later benefits it. Apple Inc. is an American multinational firm that has its headquarters at Cupertino, California that is known for designing,…show more content…
The organization has expanded to unprecedented 478 retail stores in a staggering 17 countries, according to the reports on March of 2016. Finally, the major role played by the organization is to facilitate consumer experience by providing them with unmatched electronics. The electronics being produced by the organization are completely unmatched because of the precise nature in which their products are made. The iMac, iPod touch, iPhones, and Apple TV, to mention a few, have successfully managed to become the darling of the world. Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals Apple has constantly used it mission and vision statements as the foundations of its successes during its rise to the pinnacle of world as the most valuable organization. Currently the organizations mission statement reads, and I quote, “"Apple designs Macs, the best personal computers in the world, along with OS X, iLife, iWork and professional software. Apple leads the digital music revolution with its iPods and iTunes online store. Apple has reinvented the mobile phone with its revolutionary iPhone and App store, and is defining the future of mobile media and computing devices with iPad.” (Apple 's current mission statement and how it differ from Steve Job 's original ideals. 2017) This is very variable with the original vision that the organization initially had of, “Making
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