What! Have you heard there's some transition going on at Nokia?
Due to the transition process, generally all current employees can stay on the payroll through the end of the year 2011, even those possibly impacted by the reductions. (21.4.2011)
As we move our primary smartphone platform to Windows Phone, this transition of skilled talent to Accenture shows our commitment to provide our Symbian employees with potential new career opportunities. (27.4.2011)
Strategy transitions are difficult. We recognize the need to deliver great mobile products, and therefore we must accelerate the pace of our transition. (31.5.2011)
During this time of transition, we expect competitive pressures to continue. (21.7.2011)
With each step, you will see us methodically implement our strategy, pursuing steady improvement through a period that has known transition risks, while also dealing with the various unexpected ups and downs that typify the dynamic nature of our industry. (20.10.2011)
And, while we progressed in the right direction in 2011, we still have a tremendous amount to accomplish in 2012, and thus, it is my assessment that we are in the heart of our transition. (26.1.2012)
We recognize the planned changes are difficult for our employees and we are committed to supporting our personnel and their local communities during the transition. (8.2.2012)
Our disappointing Devices & Services first quarter 2012 financial results and outlook for the second quarter 2012 illustrates that our Devices & Services business continues to be in the midst of transition. (11.4.2012)
We are navigating through a significant company transition in an industry environment that continues to evolve and shift quickly. (19.4.2012)
This transition rap was compiled from Nokia's press releases and quarterly reports. Only transition seems to do fine at Nokia House.