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A great vision was established: the CEO of The Walt Disney Company shared the ideas and values he had used to rediscover one of the most beloved businesses in the world and inspire people to experience this miracle.
In 2005, Robert Iger became CEO of The Walt Disney Company during difficult times. Passion has deteriorated, competition is getting tougher and technology is changing faster than ever in the history of the business. „I know there is nothing to be gained from debating the past,“ wrote Iger. „The only thing that matters is the future, and I’m sure I have a clear idea of where Disney should go.“ He offered three clear ideas: 1) Create high-quality content that Disney can produce. 2) Adopt and adopt technology instead of fighting it. And 3) Think big, think global and make Disney a stronger brand in the international market.
Twelve years later, Disney is the 21st largest and most respected media company in the world, including Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Fox 21 among its properties. Its value is almost five times that of Iger, and Iger is recognized as one of the most innovative and successful CEOs of our time.
Now he shares the lessons he learned from managing Disney and managing 200,000 employees, taking great risks in the face of the historic disruption; learn to inspire the people who work for you; lead with the principle of fairness and clear communication. This book talks about the relentless curiosity that has fueled Iger for forty-five years, from the day he started as a studio supervisor at ABC. It is also about kindness and respect, and the courteous approach that has been the basis of each project and partnership to which Iger aspired, deep friendships with Steve Jobs during his last years to the lasting love of constantly evolving myth of Star Wars.
„Over the past fourteen years, I think I have learned a lot about what leadership really is,“ wrote Iger. „But I can’t articulate all of this until I live it. You can’t simulate it, and that’s one of the main lessons from this book.“