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Introduction:
1.1 Organizational cultural model and Organizational objectives. According to Boyle, (2007); the organizational cultural model consists of four components and these are Supports orientation, rules orientation, Coordination orientation, innovation orientation. These four components are very important for a company to achieve their goals.

Supports Orientation

Coordination Orientation

Rules Orientation

Innovation Orientation

Cultural Model of an Organization Supports orientation: In an organization the culture must be supports orientation and its means that the employee of the organization gets help and supports from the organization. The organization can help their employee in various way like provides the employee different training and counseling services and also provides others support strategies. Rules orientation: in an organization culture there must be follows some organization rules which are made for to do the organizational performance in very consistently and achieve their organizational goals. The culture of rules orientation shows that the company has to perform their work at very systematic way that meets the company at their goal and objectives.

Coordination Orientation: In an organization culture there must be present culture of coordination. And this culture gets by means of organizing, planning, actuating, and also controlling. All these are happen in very systematic coordination by each others employee to each of organization departments through sharing information. So coordination culture is very necessary for the organization to achieve their goals. Innovation orientation: The innovation culture is also very much important for the company to achieve their goals and objectives. An innovation orientation culture of organization is very much supported by employee of the company, customers of markets and the Government, where the company performs their work and services. And the organization gets help to achieve their aims and objectives by this advantage of innovation culture. The company Nokia also achieve their aim and objectives which they have targeted in year 2010 and 2011 by using above cultural activates in their organization.

1.2 Difference between organizational culture and national culture. Organizational culture: The organizational culture of Nokia is consists of four major components. And these components are very much helps the Nokia to get good will from the international markets. Nokias organizational culture is very much supported to their aims and objectives. In this Company Nokia has four different way of cultural environment. And these are supported culture; maintain rules culture, coordination culture, and also innovation culture (Boyle, 2007). National culture of UK: Kofman states that (2006); different types of Human activities and Symbolism are the main culture of the United Kingdom. The UK is a composition of four different countries; these are England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. All these have conserved and different civilization, culture and symbolism. The culture of the UK is very much influence by English language and the culture of UKs mixture different countries people such as Canada, Australia, India, Pakistan, The United States, New Zealand, South Africa, and British overseas territories. The national culture of UK

influences by its British empire. The national culture of UK is very much innovative and various movements and it change the UK and these cultures have represented the success of the United Kingdom. Humanism, Protestantism and representative

democracy are also the part of the Modern UK culture. From the above discussion it is identifies that there are nothing big different between Organizational culture and national culture. So Nokias organizational culture and UKs national culture are very much supported to each others.

2. Methodology
2.1 Corporate culture of Nokia. The corporate culture of Nokia, it has proposal, the Nokia way, improvement in speed and flexibility of their decision making, organized the network and imposes of the corporation size with a certain amount of an official procedure. The Nokias corporate cultural language is English and all document is use this language to write. The corporate culture of Nokia has been until 2007, - customer satisfaction, respect, achievements and renewal. And after 2007 May they have redefined their corporate culture based on some values by the suggestion of employees. And these values are engaging, achieving together, innovation for passion, do for Human (Sackmann, 2006). 2.2 Corporate cultural and organizational objectives of Nokia. Nokia is a world wide mobile company. It is spread out over 120 countries across the globe. It has a commitment to deliver value through its products to its end users. In accordance to Olli Pekka Kalasvuo (2010); chief operating officer of Nokia will goes through user experience improvements and progress. Nokia decided that they will take a Symbian user interface to new Symbian operating system and this system will more effects than the other platforms. Nokia decided that they will provide the customers in very low price smart phones all over the world. It is been also observed that there are great opportunities for the growth of Nokia in the mobile industry and this can be achieve by catering the value based service which Nokia wise to deliver to its end users. Main focus of Nokias objectives in the year 2010-11

Nokia fixed a target in the upcoming year that to incur expenses EVR 5.7 billion in 2010 and 11 on non IFRS operating devices and service division.

Nokia also fixed a target in the year 2010 and 11 that below the range of 10% of the net sales to bring non IFRS R and D expenses in those departments.

Nokia has achieved these objectives by mean of corporate culture and environment which is prevailing in the work atmosphere at Nokia. According to Ferrell, (2009); the corporate culture of the Nokia it has clear targets and aims and it has the culture to share management principles and all these are take way the company from its rivals. The Company Nokia achieves their goals and objectives by the organizational culture of internal public relationship practices and it is very important for the company. The Nokias corporate culture is very innovative its helps the company to achieve their aims and objectives. The corporate culture of Nokia has been very much opportunities, engaging work, global culture and very much competitive rewards, these all things are helps the company to achieving their targeted goal and objectives in the year 201o and 11. The corporate culture of Nokia is also encourages learning through continuous learning at various leaning center and also various learning market places. Nokia to achieve their aims and objective it has improve their performance management and this management they have called investing in people. The company Nokia chose very well qualified managers and developer to make strategy and planning process.

Conclusion:
The above cultural aspects tell us that, by using such a culture system which is able to achieve its objectives that Nokia have targeted in the year 2010 and 2011, if the organization culture is very high-quality, then the organization employee behavior, employee work productivity , organization profit also updated and the organization is going to a grand position.

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