Over the last few decades, the globalization aspects have increased many folds and organizations have experienced a multitude of technological transformations improving the performance of various economies. Considering that fact, Apple Corporation is one of the prime examples of organizations that has undergone significant technological transformations and has helped various other sectors in their growth and emerging as one of the biggest technology firms. Apple Corporation was established in year 1968. Since then it has used appropriate policies in its organizational processes to manage human resource. As a result, it has been quite successful in improvising, innovating and improving the quality of its products. It is undoubtedly the leading supplier of software, consumer electronics and servers (Yoffie and Slind, 2008). Moreover, it has specialized itself in the production of some of the niche innovations such as iPod, iPhone, Macintosh etc. One of the most significant policies that Apple has adopted is to continuously empower its employs to work in a better way and thus take optimum advantage of the human resources in a positive manner. It continuously enacts methodologies to reward the deserving employees and thus motivating them to perform better.