Question;Michael;Dell began building and selling computers from his dorm room at age 19. He;dropped out of the University of Texas when his sales hit $60 million and has;never looked back. Dell is said to be the fifteenth richest man in America, and;the youngest CEO to make the Fortune 500. Intensely private and notoriously;shy, Dell is hailed as a corporate wonder-kid. He climbed to the top by;exploiting tax loopholes, outsourcing the competition, and inventing a term;called ?leveraged recapitalization.?;First;review the following case study;Michael Dell?The man behind Dell;Leading Dell into the future;http://www.icmrindia.org/free resources/casestudies/Leadership and Entrepreneurship freecasestudyp7.htm;Then;address the following tasks;Analyze Dell?s philosophy as it;relates to the role of change in organizational success.;Determine how Dell?s philosophy;would be perceived in a low performing culture.;Identify which performing culture;best suits your philosophy regarding change management and provide your;rationale.;Consider the way Dell started his;company, determine what market conditions made the business possible.;Discuss Dell?s approach to;building his brand.;Develop;a 4?6-slide presentation in PowerPoint format, utilizing at least two scholarly;sources (in addition to your textbook) to complete your research, ensuring you;cite references within the text and at the end in a reference list. Apply APA;standards to the citation of sources. Use the following file naming convention;Make;sure you write in a clear, concise, and organized manner, demonstrate ethical;scholarship through accurate representation and attribution of sources, and;display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
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