Nokia chief executive Stephen Elop said the cellphone maker's employees have embraced the need to make cultural changes to turn around the company's flagging fortunes by becoming more sensitive to consumer demand and moving with more alacrity in the development and production of Lumia smartphones. "There's been a marked shift toward this 'challenger' mindset. We have to move with urgency," he said in an interview. Employees said they had full confidence in Elop and his vision for the company.

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