"Somehow I can't believe that there are any heights that can't be scaled by a man who knows the secrets of making dreams come true. This special secret, it seems to me, can be summarized in four C's. They are Curiosity, Confidence, Courage & Consistency, and the greatest of all is confidence. When you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way, implicitly & unquestionably."
Walt Disney

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Table of ContextHistory & Current Status
Management Team
Robert A. Iger
Andy Bird
Bod Chapek
Alan F. Horn.
Current Status
Media Networks
Parks & Resorts
Studio Entertainment
Consumer Products & Interactive Media
Mission & Vision
Media Network
Parks & Resorts
Studio Entertainment
Consumer Products & Interactive Media
SWOT Analysis
HR. Marketing, Acquisition, Strategies
Human Resource Strategy
Employee Productivity
Employee Training & Hiring Strategy
Marketing Objectives
Marketing Strategy: 4 P's Market Mix
Acquisition's Strategy & Objectives
Financial Statements
Statement of Income
Balance Sheet
Financial Analysis
Financial Overview
Segment Financial Breakdown
Media Networks
Parks & Resorts
Studio Entertainment
Consumer Products & Interactive Media
Investing & Financing Activities
Ratio Analysis
Risks & Litigations
Financial Conclusion

History & Current Statue
"Leadership shows Judgment, Wisdom, Personal Appeal and Proven Competence" Walt Disney

The start of The Walt Disney Company was in 1923 in the back of a small Realty office located in Los Angeles. In that precise location Walt Disney, and his brother Roy, produced Alice Comedies. In that time rent was just ten dollars. The staff as well as the organization continuously grew and expanded as the years passed. Various new releases took place while construction and buildings continuously expanded. Over the years Disney has continued to stem from its core mission and vision of being a diverse company.

Management Team
Disney's management team consists of members who work for constant excellence, creativity and innovation within The Walt Disney Company.
Robert A. Iger
Chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Company.
Was previously the President and CEO
Expanded and coordinated Disney's presence outside of the United States.
Responsible for supervising the broadcast television network and led the merger between Capital Cities, ABC, Inc. and the Walt Disney Company
Mr. Iger's time with ABC helped him acquire knowledge and experience in the business that is television.
Built on Disney's rich history with the acquisition of Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm as well as the landmark opening of Disney's first theme park and resort in Mainland China, Shanghai Disney Resort.
Disney was recognized as "Most Reputable Companies" during his tenure.
Named one of Fortune magazine's "25 Most Powerful People in Business".
Andy Bird
Chairman, Walt Disney International, The Walt Disney Company
Responsible for Disney's businesses outside of the United States.
Implemented strategies with his team to increase the brand's affinity and awareness in key international markets.
He greatly expanded Disney's presence around the world.
Bob Chapek
Chairman, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts
Supervises the Company's iconic travel and leisure businesses.
Leads a global team of more than 145,000 cast members.
His leadership has continued Disney's trajectory of expansive growth marked by the opening of Shanghai Resort.
Implemented innovative strategies to improve guest experience.
Previously served as president, of DCP where he supervised the organization that brings life to the characters and stories of Walt Disney Company brands.
Managed the company's film content distribution strategy across multiple platforms as president of Distribution for Walt Disney Studios.
Championed using the latest technology to drive growth and improve the guest and consumer experience.
Alan F. Horn
Chairman, The Walt Disney Studios
Supervised worldwide operations for the Walt Disney Studios including production, distribution, and marketing for live action and animated films.
Prominent figure in the film and television industry for four decades, overseen creative teams responsible for world's most successful entertainment properties.
Christine M. McCarthy
Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, The Walt Disney Company
Supervises the company's worldwide finance organization, investor relations, corporate planning and control, tax, corporate treasury, corporate real estate, facilities, integrated supply chain management, and corporate citizenship.
Previously responsible for the enterprise-wide management of a variety of functions, including corporate finance, capital markets, financial risk management, international treasury, insurance, pension and investments, global cash management and treasury operations, and credit and collections.
Also supervised corporate alliances and the company's global real estate organization.
Walt Disney Media Networks Broadcasting and Cable Network
Media Networks
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