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Philips company presentation

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Tamas Leidal

on 8 January 2013

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An exploratory study behind the issues of Philips’ transformation to LED lighting What are the core reasons
for Polish white-collar workers not to take part in Philips’ LED Passport Certification program? Current practices
and research Conceptual model
and research Inspiration Polish situation: It all started from... PLU practices: In collaboration with: Structure - Office workers
Approximately 950 (120 certified as of October 2012)

- Factory workers
Approximately 4.500 (non certified) CEE region PLU set certain targets for each region Certification targets in Poland: Where it all started... Inspiration of research - Short-term: office workers
- Long-term: factory workers Requires short-term to be achieved Philips Lighting University (2009)
for differentiation, transparency and innovation
in knowledge management and continued with a breakthrough... with some minor problems that asked for a solution - Intranet publications
- Banner promotion on intranet site
- Top-down push messages
- Country status e-mail reports
- Home access
- Mobile App launch beginning of 2013 - targets met - no factory workers except in Poland
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