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    a. what is Motorola vision statement
    b. what is Motorolathe mission statement
    c. Goals
    d. Objetives
    e Perform a SWOTT ANALYSIS on the company

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    a. what is Motorola vision statement
    b. what is Motorolathe mission statement
    c. Goals
    d. Objetives
    e Perform a SWOTT ANALYSIS on the company

    In addition, I need and evaluation of the information above and provide recomendation regarding Motorola


    The company started as Galvin Manufacturing Corporation in 1928. The name Motorola was adopted in 1947. Now it is a Fortune 100 global communications leader that provides seamless mobility products and solutions across broadband, embedded systems and wireless networks. Seamless mobility means you can reach the people, things and information you need in your home, auto, workplace and all spaces in between. Seamless mobility harnesses the power of technology convergence and enables smarter, faster, cost-effective and flexible communication. Motorola had sales of US $31.3 billion in 2004.
    It provides wireless handsets, which transmit and receive voice, text, images and other forms of information. It also provides mission-critical radio communications and information systems. Motorola develops and deploys end-to-end digital broadband entertainment, communication and information systems.
    It offers embedded telematics systems that enable automated roadside assistance, navigation and safety features for automobiles. Motorola has six segments: Personal Communications, Global Telecom Solutions, Commercial, Government and Industrial Solutions, Integrated Electronic Systems, Broadband Communications and Other Products. In August 2004, Motorola acquired Force Computers, which provides open, standards-based and custom embedded computing solutions. On December 2, 2004, Motorola completed the spin-off of Freescale Semiconductor Inc.

    What is Motorola vision statement?

    As a recognized global technology leader with 75 years of innovation in our portfolio, our vision is clear.....

    To harness the power of wireless, broadband and the internet to deliver embedded chip, system level, and end to end network communication solutions for the individual, work team, vehicle and home.

    Mission statement

    Motorola is more than our product portfolio:
     software enhanced wireless phones and messaging
     two way radio products and systems
     networking and internet access products
     end to end broadband solutions
     embedded semiconductor solutions
     integrated electronic systems

    Goals and Objectives o f MOTOROLA

    As a global corporate citizen, we strive to:

    ? Create innovative technological solutions that benefit people at home, at work and on the move

    ? Increase shareholder value through profitable growth, technological innovation and market leadership

    ? Operate with transparency and the highest standards of ethics and law in directing and managing the company for all stakeholders

    ? Protect the environment by improving our environmental performance and designing environmentally conscious products

    ? Maintain a safe and healthy workplace, fostering a globally diverse workforce and supporting our employees' work-life balance

    ? Create economic opportunities and growth in regions where we do business, through our products, services and operations

    ? Set expectations for our suppliers to conduct their operations in compliance with the law and accepted standards of fairness and human decency

    ? Support the quality of life and educational opportunities in the communities in which we operate around the world

    Transparency and trust enable Motorola to build solid relationships with stakeholders:

    ? Communities - We are a responsible citizen in the communities where we do business. We interact regularly with our neighbors on our environmental, health and safety efforts, and we provide financial and voluntary support to community programs.

    ? Customers - We endeavor to build long-term relationships with our customers - partnerships based on trust and integrity. We work closely with customers to develop and test new products and ensure satisfaction through surveys and ongoing dialogue.

    ? Employees - People are the essence of Motorola. We foster an open-door policy and ensure clear and constant two-way communication through employee surveys; regular group, team and division meetings; and our company intranet.

    ? Government Officials - We maintain an ongoing dialogue with legislators, regulators and others involved with policy leadership.

    ? Investors - We value our investors and believe it is vital to keep them informed and aware of our financial performance as well as our global citizenship performance.

    ? Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) - We value input from NGOs and participate actively in meetings, conferences and forums on policy issues.

    ? Suppliers - We require suppliers to comply with our global citizenship expectations, and we monitor their performance.



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    This explains the SWOT analysis by taking example of Motorola