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Type Industry Founded
Public company Largest Media and Entertainment Conglomerate Los Angeles, California,U.S.(October 16, 1923)
Founder(s) WaltandRoy Disney Headquarters Burbank, California,U.S. Current CEO & President Robert Iger. Total assets US$ 69.206 billion
Pixar Inc History
Toy Story (1995) A Bug's Life (1998) Toy Story 2 (1999)11/16/12
The creator of Mickey Mouse and founder of Disneyland and Walt Disney World was born in Chicago, Illinois, on December 5, 1901. His father, Elias Disney and his mother, Flora Call Disney.
Walt became interested in drawing at an early
age. At McKinley High School in Chicago.
Walt joined the Red Crossand was sent overseas to France, where he spent a yeardriving an ambulanceand chauffeuring Red Cross officials.
He beganproducing short animated films for local businesses, in Kansas City.
After making a success of his "Alice Comedies," Walt became a recognized Hollywood figure. On July 13, 1925, Walt married one of his first employees, Lillian Bounds, in Lewiston, Idaho.
On December 21, 1937,Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,11/16/12
the first full-length animated musical feature, premiered at
Walt Disney took a deep interest in the establishment of California Institute of the Arts, a college level, professional school of all the creative and performing arts.
Creation of Mickey MouseIn 1928 Walt created a new animated character, Mickey Mouse. A Real Personality
In mid- thirties, Mickey had become a national symbol and as such he was expected to behave properly11/16/12
His main vision is to spread happiness in the world. Walt Disney presents his vision of a magical park. The more he dreamt of it, the more elaborate his plans became.
In 1954, the year before Disneyland opened. He completely trust his creative employees.
Walt Disney of course
was one of
192328: The Silent Era 193445: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and World War II
First feature-length animated film in 1934.
193445: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and World War II
New Release in December 1937- Snow White Snow White was released through RKO Radio Snow white made huge profitsClick to edit Master subtitle style
In the year 1939 initiated Public Offerings More succesful releases
Pinocchio(19 11/16/12 40),
World War II Box-office profits began to dry up. Attack on Pearl Harbor, Films like-Victory Through Air Power and the Welcome Donald Duck Congo Mr Duck Der Fuehrer's Face (1943).
short Education for Death(both 1943)
194654: Post-war and television
With limited staff and little operating capital
Ended its contract with RKO in
Low budget films The Three Caballeros (1944) Melody Time (1948),
Founded Buena Vista In December 1950, shaked hand COCA COLA
Introduction of live-action films and documentaries
Biggest HIT in Box Office
Alice in Wonderland
Peter Pan (1953)
July 18, 1955, Walt Disney opened Disneyland to the general public
November 1965, "Disney World" was announced, with plans for theme parks, hotels, and even a model city on thousands of acres of land purchased outside of Orlando
Strokes To Disney World
196671: The deaths of Walt and Roy Disney and the opening of Walt Disney World
On December 15, 1966, Walt Disney Passed away Roy Disney took over as chairman, CEO, and president of the company.
Disney World as "Walt Disney World The Jungle Book and the musical The Happiest Millionaire were the last movies of Walt
Roy Disney died of a stroke
197284: Theatrical malaise and new leadership
ed Disney CEO Ron Miller New CEO Touchstone Pictures as a brand for Disney. Touchstone's first release Splash (1984)
Return of Disney announced plans for the second Walt Disney World theme park, EPCOT Center,
Disney Productions to build the first Disney theme park outside of the United States, Tokyo Disneyland, which opened in April 1983.11/16/12
1984-2005 Michael Eisner-The Savoir
Michael Eisner was born in New York as a son of Jewish parents.
As Paramounts CEO Leaving Paramount and Joining Disney
The Eisner Era
New flagships starting from The Little Mermaid 90s era Disney domination Key feature films Lion King ,Aladdin ,Duck tales , Tales Spin and many more
Forbes's 50 best Companies Transition to live action films and cgi from cartoons Pirates of the Caribbean ,National Treasure ,The Princess Dairies ,The chronicles of Narnia, Toy story ,Wall-e ,Cars etc
Problems with Steve Jobs and Pixar
An Autocratic Leader Inability to adapt Complete control domination Egotistical Attitude
Idea Generator Friction and Conflict
Critics and Media Heavy criticism
Micromanagement Frequency Obsessive Micromanagement Brain Drain
Pseudo-transformational Self-consumed ,exploitive ,power oriented Negative empowerment
Transactional Extracting values from subordinates Advancing own agendas
Path-Goal Leadership style11/16/12
Positive goal establishment financially
We follow a strong tradition of innovation.
create positive and inclusive ideas about families. provide entertainment experiences for all generations to share.
high standard of excellence.
Every product tells a story.
high-quality standards across all Optimism product categories. At The Walt Disney Company,
Decency honor and respect the trust people place in us. 11/16/12
entertainment is about hope, aspiration and positive resolutions.
A Wide Range of Benefits, including Health, Dental, Life Insurance and more
Complimentary Theme Park Passports Learning and Development Opportunities The Walt Disney Company Foundation Scholarship Program Employee Stock Purchase Program Disney TEAM Discounts, including Disney products and merchandise
Service 11/16/12 Awards
At The Walt Disney Company, we know our employees and Cast Members make the magic happen.
Disney programs Disney Dimensions, an Executive Development Program Disney Ethics, Integrity, and Diversity Programs Professional Development Management/Leadership Development11/16/12
Disney's relationship Pixar Animation Studios, Steve Jobs and Ed Catmull,regarding possible merger.
The noteworthy results was the transition of Pixar's CEO and 50.1% shareholder, Steve Jobs, becoming Disney's largest individual shareholder at 7% and a member of Disney's Board of Directors
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SWOT Analysis (Strengths)
Diversified product and service portfolio Portfolio of well known brands Customer penetration of cable networks Strong brand equity by parks and resortsClick to edit Master subtitle style
SWOT Analysis (Weaknesses)
Overdependence on the North American markets
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SWOT Analysis (Opportunities)
Acquisitions to strengthen the position in the entertainment industry Distribution agreement with DreamWorks Studios New franchise releases are likely to grow salesClick to edit Master subtitle style
SWOT Analysis (Threats)
Intense competition keeps market share under check Proliferation of piracy in entertainment industry Regulatory risksClick to edit Master subtitle style
Perception and Emotion During Negotiation
Disagreements between Steve Jobs and Michael Eisner
Eisner departs Disney in 2004 over Pixar relationship Negotiations resumed in 2005 following Eisner departureClick to edit Master subtitle style
Pixar thought they were not getting mutual benefits Pixar felt they did not need Disney11/16/12 Cultural
Impact to Stakeholders
Barriers reduced During the merger, stockholders received a higher share price Betterto edit Master subtitle stylemanagement Click human resource Cultural difference proved to be beneficial Share value the first 6 months of 201211/16/12
Cohen, P. (2006). Disney Buys Pixar. Macworld, 23(4), 21. Retrieved from EBSCOHOST database. Laura, P., & David, L. (n.d). Disney to ponderedit Masterthe extension of Pixar Click to today subtitle style partnership. USA Today. Retrieved from EBSCOHOST database.
The Walt Disney Company SWOT Analysis. (2012). Walt Disney Company SWOT Analysis, 1-10. Retrieved from 11/16/12
BROOKS, B. (2012, April 26). At Disney, a Splintering of Power Makes It Tough to Find a Chief. New York Tim