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A brief discussion about 6 organizational characteristics differences:

Outcome Orientation:

Etisalat's outcome orientation is low. This is basically because Etisalat does not look for the outcome only (profit), but also for the customers' expectations that will pamper their expectations. And also because Etisalat is newly started in Egypt, therefore it has to exceed customers' expectations and to beat the strong competitors in the same region (Vodafone and Mobinil),which are competing themselves by more offers, discounts and new services to delight their customers.Etisalat also needs more attention from the people in the region to attract people to it, so it makes a lot of advertising ...view middle of the document...

An example of these offers is like giving every new employee a new and special number for their normal life, as well as decreasing the cost/min. for each employee to employee. These offers and more make people orientation in Etisalat relatively high.
4. Team Orientation:

High, because its employees prefer to work in groups rather in individuals. Therefore they achieve many goals in that field and reach the main and the important goal of any organization easily and which is to make people trust Etisalat and to deal with Etisalat,because of its good and strong offers which are near to people and available for everyone on this country either poor or rich, for businessmen or for youth and children.Etisalat succeeded also to make a well entertainment which had an important role in the success of any organization (funds, the mainly thing), and which also leads to make every home in Egypt and all over the Arabic world use Etisalat telecom without be troubled from anything


Low, because no organization can succeed while its employees are competing themselves. But Etisalat's employees are really helping each other and cooperate with each other to achieve the organizational goal and to build higher and higher brand name than it is now


High, due to the large size of Etisalat organization and the top managers of this organization that take the right and the well decisions and well actions in the right time without forgetting the rights of its customers or its employees, and also due to the huge funds Etisalat has from many sources and the important source of funds to any organization -and Etisalat specially- is the advertising, which attract more new customers, and it'snot the only way to make the organization stable and strong, but there are many other successful reasons and facts help the organization to grow up, and that what Etisalat did. Etisalat didn't depend on only one way to grow, but other factors affect Etisalat like constant external cash flow and the support of local governmental establishments like the Egyptian post authority.

7. Innovation:

High, Etisalat offers a range of innovative services to help the individual and the enterprise! In 1982, Etisalat was the first telecom operator in the region to introduce mobile phone service, and was one of the early adopters of GSM technology, introducing it to customers in 1994.Since then it has established itself as a regional pioneer by introducing both 3G and MMS in 2003, and most recently, the Blackberry service in 2006. Mobile users enjoy the benefits of excellent voice and data applications such as WAP, GPRS, 3G, MMS, Push to Talk, Blackberry services and others. And because Etisalat is ranked by The Middle East magazine as the 6th largest company in the region in terms of capitalization and revenues,
so Etisalat has to be more innovated and creative to make risks while developing new things and to facilitate things to people and to attract...

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