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Success of Teamwork When people think about their lives and what they have accomplished to become powerful, wealthy, and happy, they tend to weigh the success that they have had to get them to where they are in life. Many people base their success on what they have done or accomplished either in work, school, or family life. What is success, according to Webster’s New World Dictionary the definition is, “1. a favorable result 2. the gaining of wealth, fame, etc. 3. a successful person a thing” (Neufeldt & Sparks, 1995, p.589).
(2005) argues that due to the vast presence of relationship marketing in several industries, it can be difficult defining relationship marketing that accommodates all the relationships. Ravald and Gronroos (1996) argue that relationship marketing is not restricted to the firm maintaining a close relat... ... middle of paper ... ...ting is very important for the success of an organisation as reflected in the multiple definitions above. It is beneficial to both the company and their customers and when utilised responsibly, a great symbiosis relationship is established. The analysis of customer satisfaction resulting in increased customer loyalty has been carried out and the contribution of increased customer loyalty resulting in high profitability for the organisation has been highlighted. The role of technology in relationship marketing has been scrutinised leading to the research question stated above i.e.
By thoroughly researching the topic of young millionaires it was clear that the most significant people that created a major impact on their respective industries are Mark Zuckerberg founder of Facebook and Michael Dell founder of Dell Computers. Both showed great qualities such as the ability to think of an innovative idea, a hard-working ethos, risk taking and determination from as early as 12 years old which ultimately shaped their future. Today, they are prime examples of young people who “made it big” and are looked up to by many aspiring businessmen. For a young person to establish themselves as successful from an early age the most significant thing they could possess is an innovative, original idea to shine in a field where nobody has been before. This can be seen when one of the most recognised and successful young billionaire to this day Mark Zuckerberg (Thompson, 2008) stumbled upon Facebook when he created an infamous website during his sophomore year called “Facemash” a “hot or not” application based on Harvard University students.