In the case of Apple Company, the organization’s culture has largely played to their advantage as evidently seen in the market. As such, the concept of renovation has aided the organization’s competition level due to the presence of other staunch players that include Windows (Yin). For example, in the case study, the author claims that, “inventing as unique IOS has contributed to the firm having loyal customers in the industry.” Most importantly, continued production of new devices has shown the businesses high creativity level.
After the passing away of Steve Jobs, many people predicted the fall of Apple Company given the business policies that the firm relied on in the market. In essence, in the case study, the author argues that, “for success in the industry, the current CEO Tim Crook should apply both transformational and incremental changes.” Most importantly, after the resignation of Steve Jobs, the company produced a lot of Apple products that included Apple TV which increased competition in the market.
After the medical leave of Steve Jobs, the board of directors made the right decision to replace him with another person well-known in background operations. As such, the organization needed to rely on the skills of the genius Steve Jobs although he could not oversee the physical implementation of the different policies. Remarkably, the company needed someone who could supervise and ensure the success of the different changes.
In the technological market, different analysts have continued to praise the achievements made by Apple in a bid to keep up with the available competition in the industry. After realizing letting Windows rule to the computer software market, the firm invented various technological devices to boost its market performance (Yin). Notably, remaining glued to their culture has played to the benefit of the company resulting in the increased loyalty among their clients.
Yin, Robert K. Case study research and applications: Design and methods. Sage publications, 2017.