Organizational Technology Plan : Johnson and Johnson

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Organizational Technology Plan : Johnson and Johnson Introduction Johnson and Johnson, the world's most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products is on the forefront of innovation in the health care supplier industry, consumer services, pharmaceutical, medical devices and diagnostics markets. Johnson and Johnson employs over a hundred thousand resources worldwide in over 54 countries. Johnson and Johnson has created innovate new solutions to age-old problems along with being providing a means by which new health-related issues can be prevented. Being able to keep track day-to-day operations of an organization in a global perspective is an achievement in and of itself; but Johnson and Johnson goes far beyond the call of duty. Johnson and Johnson is able to succeed in nearly every endeavor. Johnson and Johnson has stood the test of time from a historical perspective, and continued to come out ahead in every undertaking. A major part of this organization’s success is due to its sound technical infrastructure that continues to change and grow with time. Subsequent sections will discuss what CellSearch is and how Johnson and Johnson uses technology along with webcasts and day-to-day use of live streaming video. Johnson and Johnson has learned through error, and competitors, that one of the ways to success is through the use of technological advancements. Johnson and Johnson revels in technology to benefit and to deploy the correct proven growth while adding value to the organization, and improving customer relationships. ... ... middle of paper ... ...eam mapping Johnson and Johnson analyzes the gap between the current and future condition of processes and equipment. Johnson and Johnson focuses only on those projects that will help achieve the company’s overall goal, production excellence. Conclusion Today, the management of Johnson & Johnson has already seriously considered the opportunities provided by technology today and incorporated them into the fiber of the organization’s operations. In future weeks, this plan will discuss Johnson and Johnson’s social contracts as well as the issues faced as a result of global operations. References Johnson and Johnson. Retrieved on December 16, 2006 from http://www.jnj.com/our_company/fast_facts/general.htm Johnson and Johnson Gateway, Retrieved December 16, 2006 from http://www.jnjgateway.com/home.jhtml?page=viewContent&contentId=09008b988040f46e&loc=USENG
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