What is more, the ROE of the company seriously decreased over the year, passing from 25% in 1988 to 4% in 2000. The efficiency of the structure of the company needs then to be questioned.
A. Problem

1. How should the HR division synergize with the Disney’s strategy on going global?
2. How should Disney control the finances along with their production?

.What is the critical resource that Walt Disney is trying to leverage in its businesses?Walt Disney handles a lot of resources in its businesses, but we can consider that there is one main critical resource that it tries to leverage: creativity, and in a way, all the resources that are linked to it (intellectual property for instance). Actually, over the years, Walt Disney adopted different strategies, diversified its activity, always trying to manage creativity in the best way. Under Einer, creativity was handled through the brain-storming meetings, and when they were reduced or became useless, they were regretted. Furthermore, the only way to survive for the company was to keep being creative, which is why it had hard times when creativity was not sufficient or handled correctly. Diversification is also a way to expand creativity to many fields keeping the Walt Disney spirit and culture.

To maximize earnings and cash flow and to allocate capital toward growth initiatives that will drive long-term shareholder value.
Act and create in an ethical manner and consider the consequences of our decisions on people and the planet
Champion the happiness and well-being of kids and families in our endeavors
Inspire kids and families to make a lasting, positive change in the world
The period from 1984 until about 1994 was a successful one for Walt Disney. How was Disney set up to extract so much value out of its businesses?The years 1984-1994 were those of change for Walt Disney, under the management of Eisner. And success followed changes and innovations. Disney used several ways to extracts so much value out...

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