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    Pixar

    Pixar Contents Pushing for Computer Animated Films Boosting the Creative Component Becoming Accomplished Storytellers Pumping Out the Hits To infinity and beyond? Contents KEY POINT Year: 2009 Pixar: a successful studio (animation)firm Disney V.S Pixar Important person: Bob Iger/Steve Jobs/Edwin E.Catmull/ John Lasseter Disney CEO Bob Iger worked hard to clinch the deal to acquire Pixar(one of the world’s most successful animation companies.2006) Steve Jobs make a deal with Disney

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    Biography

    Steven P. Jobs, Pixar, and Disney: how would Apple be affected? Monday, January 23, 2006 · 3:14 am · 24 Comments “The calculus of the Walt Disney Company buying Pixar Animation Studios is, on its face, simple: big media conglomerate plus vaunted computer animation studio plus closer ties with Steven P. Jobs, the maverick Pixar founder, equals potential powerhouse,” Richard Siklos writes for The New York Times. “But because Mr. Jobs’s other job is chairman and chief executive of Apple Computer

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    Innovate the Pixar Way

    Mamoune El Yacoubi Innovate the Pixar way by Bill Capodagli and Lynn Jackson Through the years, Pixar has been producing both technological and artistic breakthroughs. In fact, this organization is the pioneer in the computer-animated technology with its release of Toy Story in 1995, and has established itself as a creative company (Ed Catmull, 2008). Bill Capodagli and Lynn Jackson have decided to write the book, Innovate the Pixar way, which provides “business lessons from the world’s most

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    Pixar

    Pixar’s Culture Origin of Pixar Culture As a child, Ed Catmull grew up making “flip-books” filled with drawings and animations. Although he was not a good artist, Catmull used his physics and computer science skills to start creating 3-D computer animations, unintentionally starting his career as an animator. Catmull got the opportunity to use his animation skills under George Lucas, reinventing the technology for creating movies. Steve Jobs later purchased this division from Lucas, which led to

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    presentación es de la compañía estadounidense Pixar Animation Studios. Es una compañía de animación por ordenador especializada en 3D, ubicada en Emeryville, California (Estados Unidos). Es muy conocido por sus películas animadas con la característica CGI (Imagen generada por computadora). Fueron los creadores de la primera película comercial totalmente realizada por ordenador en 3D, (Toy Story) en 1995 * En primer lugar, hablaré de la historia de Pixar. * Después, explicaré la adquisición

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    Walt Disney: Acquisition and Its Alternatives

    On January, 2006, Walt Disney acquired Pixar Animation Studios by paying $7.4 billion in stock. This event indicated a significant vertical integration of Walt Disney, and also a collision between technology and entertainment. Given the operations and corporate culture of Walt Disney and Pixar, I will focus on the reason for acquisition and analyze the alternatives. Walt Disney is one of the largest media corporate in the world, while Pixar is a top digital animation studio. The history and evolution

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    Pixar Animation

    Pixar Animations MBA 615 Mickey Langford/Kimberly Horne Spring 2013 Mickey Langford Pixar Animations is our company of choice for this case study analysis. In 2006, Walt Disney acquired Pixar, but before we get to all of that, let us start at the beginning. Before Pixar, there was Lucas Films. George Lucas, of Lucas Films, decided in 1979 to upgrade their computer division (Animations, 2012). Lucas had a desire to see how far they could take computer graphics within the film industry. Lucas

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    Business, Disney, Swami

    Walt Disney-Pixar Merger Brief Industry Analysis Because of the technology nowadays, one successful film can be distributed all over the world, which is in a form of motion pictures or DVD. Animation is one media that is spread all over the world; push it to be one of fastest growing industry. The demand for the animation is increasing from the emerging number of cables and satellite TV and the popularity of The Internet. In addition, in the past, the target market of the animation industry

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    Pixas

    Strategic and operational plans for Pixar Rena Seifts MGMT/521 June 8, 2013 Instructor Name David Rollins Strategic and operational plans for Pixar PIXAR Pixar Animation Studios (Pixar), a wholly owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is a computer animated studio that develops feature and short films, merchandise and other related products. The company’s primary mission is to combine proprietary technology and world-class creative talent to develop computer-animated

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    Disney?Pixar Merger

    Ryan Bender “Disney/Pixar” Assignment ARTICLE: “What The Shuanghui-Smithfield Acquisition Means For Chinese Overseas Investment” The article I compared today was concerning Chinese companies beginning to diversify into U.S. and European markets, specifically Shuanghui International. Shuanghui International made an acquisition to purchase the United States’ company Smithfield Foods for $4.7 billion. It goes on to discuss how China has been known to invest in importing FDI (Foreign direct

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    Pixar Case Study

    Y. 2012-2013 YORGBEV PIXAR MAGIC CASE STUDY Submitted to : I. Viewpoint II. Significant Case Facts * Robert Iger, Walt Disney Co. new CEO, first task was to acquire Pixar Animation Studios. * Walt Disney Animation Studios, the studio that brought us Mickey Mouse and The Lion King, had become moribund over the past decade because of Pixar’s award-winning productions. * John Lasseter, now the Chief Creative Officer of both Pixar and Disney Animation Studios

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    University of Phoenix MBA – 540 Introduction In this paper will compare and contrast issues that various companies had experienced in past mergers to the issues presented in the Lester Electronic Scenario. The companies benchmarked are Disney-Pixar, Lucent-Alcatel, Monaco Coach Corporation, SMC Corporation, Infosmart-Cyber Merchants, Fidelity Bank of Nassau, Royal Bank of Canada, and AT&T. One of the issues presented in the scenario is that LEI was preparing to conduct a joint venture

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    Marketing Research

    possess," (2007). Therefore, this paper will review how Disney Pixar employs secondary market research, and effective scaling processes for their organization. Secondary Market Research Pixar, a wholly owned subsidiary of Disney, has changed the way animated movies are made. Pixar has played a revolutionary role in changing the public’s view on how movies are made by introducing computer-based graphics compared to a cartoon-animated movie. Pixar leads the computer animation industry by going above and

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    Pixar

    PIXAR Pixar is a name that many of us have grown up with. They are a highly successful company that has created some of the most interesting pieces of art and storytelling and combined them together. But what makes Pixar so successful? How do they differ from their competitors? To really breakdown Pixar you have to understand how they started and what their goal in mind is. Pixar started very small with the goal of recreating animated movies. They didn’t grow by releasing mass amounts, but by

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    Pixar Case

    Jordan Camacho 4/10/2014 Pixar Case Pixar Pixar is a leading digital animation studio, which they create animated feature films and related products that have gross revenues over $3 billion dollars to date. They were founded in 1986, and started to be known for their short films, commercials and amazing animation features. In 2006, there company began to flourish as they had an acquisition by the Walt Disney Company for a heavy sum of $7.4 billion dollars, which Walt Disney was known for their

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    Disney Case

    especially after the purchase of Pixar. It meant that all of the Disney TV shows were based on Pixar. The main disadvantage was market so they had to start by finding new market to push for the Disney franchise. There was this issue of target market which was hugely based on children; this narrowed their success in the target market. Disney’s market mix includes the purchase of Pixar this lead to improvement in Disney’s latest shows which were based on Pixar. It broadened viewership because

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    Paper Release Kimberly Vaughn BCOMM/278 June 10, 2014 Joel Maier Knowing you audience In today’s society a crisis can present itself at any given time. Unfortunately, today Monday June 9, 2014 at approximately 4:15pm the Pixar Amusement Park suffered a huge tragedy. The Minions rollercoaster collapsed. One employee being pronounced dead on the scene also two adults and one child were injured and in semi critical condition. Since a crisis can arise at any time it’s best to

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    Pixar Case Study

    Definition of organizational behavior -The study of the way people interact within groups. Normally this study is applied in an attempt to create more efficient business organizations. The central idea of the study of organizational behavior is that a scientific approach can be applied to the management of workers. Organizational behavior theories are used for human resource purposes to maximize the output from individual group members.  what is/are organization -A social unit of people that is

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    Change

    I have chosen the merging of Disney and Pixar to be the topic and focus for my research paper for this course. The reason I chose Disney and Pixar is due to the significant amount of positive commentary I found around this merger while researching a topic for my paper. Upon my research, I consistently landed on articles and research around the success of Disney-Pixar and it being one of the most successful mergers of all time. This sparked my interest and curiosity around what did they do specifically

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    Book Review Innovate the Pixar Way: Business Lessons from the World's Most Creative Corporate Playground

    Pixar Animation Studios is an American company and animation studio, founded in 1986. It has been award-winning for its computer animation technology. Pixar has mainly produced animated films for the Walt Disney Company. In January 2006, Pixar was bought by Disney and is today operating as a division of Walt Disney Pictures. They made their big breakhrough in 1995, with Toy Story, and ever since then they have produced critically acclaimed movies, such as The Incredibles, Cars, Monsters Inc, Wall-E

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    Merger Between Walt Disney and Pixar

    researching the information on Disney and Pixar, I came across some differences between Steve Jobs and Michael Eisner regarding how the two companies will work together. Going through the articles that I have read through they all show that Disney and Pixar has always been competing against each other on who can make the best animated motion picture. Here is a little history Disney has always been about producing animated features and live-action movies and as for Pixar they have always produced computer-animated

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    Pixar Case Study

    thoughts, to create a harmonious organization, which endeavors for excellence together? Pixar appears to be one of the rare organizations whose methods resolve this question. They have managed to attain a global reputation for their employees’ satisfaction and assiduousness. This report delves into some of Pixar’s secrets of creating an environment that is incalculably favorable to innovation. It begins by introducing Pixar to the readers and advances to an analysis of some of the Pixar’s philosophies that

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    Course Project

    Course Project- Disney and Pixar- The Change Analysis- Images of Change HRM587- Managing Organizational Change DeVry University, Keller Graduate School of Management July 2014 The Change Analysis- Images of Change Disney used the character of Mickey Mouse and others to create movies that customers enjoyed like “Beauty and the Beast” while Pixar was producing made up animated characters to create films like “Cars” and “Wall-E”. Disney was creating animated movies but struggling to generate

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    Ducati Case

    9-709-462 REV: JANUARY 15, 2010 JUAN ALCACER DAVID COLLIS MARY FUREY The Walt Disney Company and Pixar Inc.: To Acquire or Not to Acquire? In November 2005, Robert Iger, the newly appointed CEO of the Walt Disney Company, eagerly awaited the box office results of Chicken Little, the company’s second computer-generated (CG) feature film. He knew that, for Disney as a whole to be successful, he had to get the animation business right, particularly the new CG technology that was rapidly supplanting

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    Business

    Jobs February 24, 1955 San Francisco, California, U.S | Died | October 5, 2011 (aged 56) Palo Alto, California, U.S. | Cause of death | Metastatic Insulinoma | Occupation | Co-founder, Chairman and CEO, Apple Inc. Co-founder and CEO, Pixar Founder and CEO, NeXT Inc. | Board member of | The Walt Disney Company Apple Inc. | Religion | Zen Buddhism (previously Lutheran) | Spouse(s) | Laurene Powell (1991–2011, his death) | Children | Lisa Brennan-Jobs Reed Jobs Erin Jobs

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    Executive summary This essay is aim to identify main factors that contribute to Pixar Animation Studio’s victory in animation industry from a motivational theory perspective and illustrate the close relationship between Pixar’s creativity practices and its empowerment management. The company has conducted a serious of motivational strategies including Financial Reward, Recognition and others, Job Design, Empowerment. And all those strategies help foster creativity and form a healthy organizational

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    Disney Merge with Pixar

    DISNEY BUY PIXAR | Pros | Cons | Disney have the brand and distribution | External factors, such as increasing competition or a declining industry, can affect future growth | Pixar have the technology and creative part | The seller’s personality and their established relationships may be a major factor for the success of the business | Buying an established business means immediate cash flow | Influenced by Apple | The business will have a financial history, which gives you an idea of what

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    Pixar Case Study

    Pixar Case Study 1. How does Pixar use strategic management? Strategic management consists of the analyses, decisions and actions an organization undertakes in order to create and sustain competitive advantage” (Dess, Lumpkin, Eisner, & McNamara, 2014). Strategic management focuses on the entire organization and is used by Pixar by putting their ideas to reality. They use strategic planning to create valuable products for their audience. Through computer animation and cooperation between

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    Strategic Alliance Disney Pixar

    good solution for Disney to create a strategic alliance with Pixar? Pixar’s family oriented content meshes well with Disney’s brand and is an important cog in its cinema/home video distribution, theme parks and consumer products divisions. Both Disney and Pixar are highly successful brands, however would Disney gain from building a partnership with Pixar or rather loose? The first advantage of building up a strategic alliance with Pixar is the fact that it would be less costly than buying it and

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    Disney Case Study

    publishing, film, and music label. Bob Iger franchise strategy had been supported by the other moves he put into place at Disney and his top priority as CEO was to revitalized Disney’s animation business. In 2006, Disney bought Pixar for $7 billion dollars, and in that same year Pixar released movie Cars, which grossed $462 million worldwide and over $2 billion in merchandise sales each year. Capitalizing on it’s the use of its franchises, Disney sought to broaden the tween and teenage markets through

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    Swot Anaysis

    #2 Finding Nemo (2003) | 450.40 million | Pixar | #3 Toy Story 3 (2010) | 420.80 million | Pixar | #4 Toy Story 2 (1999) | 388.80 million | Pixar | #5 Shrek (2001) | 379.20 million | DreamWorks | #6 Shrek the Third (2007) | 375.20 million | DreamWorks | #7 Monsters Inc. (2001) | 362.40 million | Pixar | #8 Toy Story (1995) | 352.80 million | Pixar | #9 The Incredibles (2004) | 336.80 million | Pixar | #10 Up (2009) | 314.40 million | Pixar | . INCOME STATEMENT: 10-YEAR SUMMARY

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    Pixar Case Study

    Q2 :Provide the details about the sale of Pixar to Disney – again, who got what?  How well did the talent of Pixar do in the sale – Lasseter, Stanton, Bird, Catmull, etc?  How well did Steve Jobs do?  What was his return on investment?  There were articles about this in the press. Timeline * 1975, Ed Catmull put together a team of people who formed the basis of Pixar. * 1979 hired by director George W. Lucas and developed as a graphics division for Lucas Films * 1985, Catmull turned

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    Imnterview with Jay Shushter

    Jay Shuster grew up in Birmingham, Michigan. He started working at Pixar in 2002 as a character and environments designer for Cars and Wall-E. He won an Academy Award in 2009 for 'Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature Motion Picture' for Wall-E. He recently worked on Cars 2 as the character art designer. He also worked as a sketch artist in Toy Story Toons: Small Fry (short film), Toy Story Toons: Partysaurus Rex (short film) and Toy Story 3 (2010), as a concept artist in Star

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    Paxar

    1. How does Pixar use strategic management? Referencing Chapter 1: Strategy Concept: Introduction and Analyzing Goals and Objectives Strategy is all about the ideas, decisions, and actions that enable a firm to succeed. See Chapter 1, Exhibit 01: Strategic management consists of the analyses, decisions, and actions an organization undertakes in order to create and sustain competitive advantages: • strategy directs the organization toward overall goals and objectives; • includes multiple

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    Merger

    world. The business was established by Disney brothers namely Walt and Roy Disney in the year 1923. The company was a leader in the animation industry before it diversified into other ventures. Pixar on the other hand was formed in 1979 by George Lucus and his recruit Ed Catmull. The company was renamed as Pixar when Steve Jobs acquired majority stake in the company in the year 1986. After the demise of Walt and Roy Disney the company lost the initial success that it had with animation films. It was

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    Organizational Behavior

    statement to any two of the four perspectives of organizational effectiveness presented in this chapter. Does this statement apply better to some perspectives than others? Why or why not? Case Study of Pixar Magic One of Robert Iger’s first first task as Walt Disney Co.’s new CEO was to acquire Pixar Animation Studios and put its leader, Ed Camull and John Lassiter, in charge of Disney’s own animation unit, Walt Disney Animation Studios. The studio that brought us Mickey Mouse and the Lion King had

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    Industrial Psychology

    statement to any two of the four perspectives of organizational effectiveness presented in this chapter. Does this statement apply better to some perspectives than others? Why or why not? Case Study of Pixar Magic One of Robert Iger’s first first task as Walt Disney Co.’s new CEO was to acquire Pixar Animation Studios and put its leader, Ed Camull and John Lassiter, in charge of Disney’s own animation unit, Walt Disney Animation Studios. The studio that brought us Mickey Mouse and the Lion King had

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    statement to any two of the four perspectives of organizational effectiveness presented in this chapter. Does this statement apply better to some perspectives than others? Why or why not? Case Study of Pixar Magic One of Robert Iger’s first first task as Walt Disney Co.’s new CEO was to acquire Pixar Animation Studios and put its leader, Ed Camull and John Lassiter, in charge of Disney’s own animation unit, Walt Disney Animation Studios. The studio that brought us Mickey Mouse and the Lion King had

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    Mergers and Acquisition

    work to achieve a common goal, being the best at what you do, and getting there as fast as possible. As companies work hard to beat their competitors they accept many tactics to do so. As for my assignment, I have chosen to examine why Disney and Pixar merged as a company. A brief definition of an Acquisition and a merger will be given following with the difference between them. I will be discussing if these two companies were a success or a failure and why and which were their reasons behind this

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    Pixar Case Report

    are the need for achievement, need for affiliation, and the need for power. Since purchasing Pixar, from Lucas Films, Steve Jobs invested nearly $60 million to keep the company afloat before they began seeing success. When Jobs purchased the company for $5 million, he was seeking a new technology venture similar to Apple. His individual needs aligned with Pixar’s company culture, as both Jobs and Pixar are regarded as some of the most innovative companies/public figures ever to live. Jobs’ was

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    How Pixar Fosters Collective Creativity

    ● Pixar relies heavily on intrinsic motivation to motivate and inspire its employees, which is particularly important given the poor measurability of success before the film is released. It achieves high levels of intrinsic motivation through: ○ Meaningfulness – Skill variety is increased through Pixar University. By allowing staff to participate in the production discussions, it leads to task identity of their contribution to the whole project. ○ Responsibility – Autonomy is high: Incubation

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    Pixar

    7, 2013 Strategic Management 5301 Walt Disney-Pixar Analysis The Walt Disney-Pixar merger carries a number of convincing advantages for Disney, but Pixar shareholders should be less enthusiastic about such a deal. Pixar’s resources and capabilities have set a standard that is extremely difficult to imitate. Through its highly talented employee pool, culture of creativity and collaboration, and proprietary 3D computer animation software, Pixar has created a competitive advantage in the animation

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    The Disney Pixar Merger

    Amber Buchan Introduction to Business Terica Pearson 18 September 2015 The Disney Pixar Merger In 2006, Disney announced it was going to acquire Pixar for $7.4 billion. Upon doing so, one of the most successful mergers of the past ten years developed. “The merger brings together Disney’s historic franchise of animated characters with Pixar’s stable of cartoon hits” (La Monica). A lot of time and thought went into deciding how this merger would be prosperous and profitable for all parties

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    To What Extent Is Growing Through Integration with Other Businesses a Good Way for a Firm to Increase Its Competitiveness?

    Disney and Pixar in 2006 for £7.8billion. One of the main reasons for the success Disney-Pixar had was because of how related the businesses were before the takeover, this therefore lead to more synergies when taken over. It benefited both businesses as the takeover had boosted Pixar’s creativity which lead to an improved quality cinematic output than it was before. Disney took advantage of this and created a distribution network for Pixar’s releases. One of the key reasons Disney took over Pixar was too

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    Pixar

    PIXAR ANIMATION STUDIOS o Should Pixar seek a better distribution deal outside of Disney? o Can it seek a better deal with Disney? John Pongsajapan Xin Ye SPRING 2005 BEM 106 FINAL PROJECT 1 I. Introduction: In 1986, Steve Jobs purchased the computer graphics division of Lucas Films Ltd. for $10 million and established Pixar Animation Studios. Since its inception, Pixar established itself as a leader and innovator in computer animation. Its first animated short films garnered

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    The Walt Disney Company and Pixar Inc. to Acquire or Not to Acquire?

    The Walt Disney Company and Pixar Inc. To Acquire or Not to Acquire? Andrii Alekseienko Corporate Strategy Case Study 18 September, 2015 The Walt Disney Company and Pixar Inc. To Acquire or Not to Acquire? To answer the main question of the case, we must think of the main problems that it faces. We need to find the solution for Bob Iger. What to do with Disney: to make some improvements in the existed company to compete better with Pixar, or to make a deal with another studio? Or should

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    Disney Harvad Business Case

    Since 1986 Disney and Pixar collaborated several years on different animation movie projects. The first feature film agreement in 1991 was in total favour for Disney. They agreed to produce three full-length 3D CG animation movies. Disney assumed the expenses of production and owned the movie rights, whereas Pixar received a participation fee of the revenue. At this time Pixar was glad to participate in a partnership and called it going to Disney University. In 1997 the co-production agreement

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    Societal Environment Pixar

    SOCIETAL ENVIRONMENT Sequel Installment Although Pixar Animation Studios have resisted the temptation in making instalments among their films, producers have failed to live up to their stand. Toy Story, the ground breaking, blockbuster animated film launched in 1995, took nearly four years to finally have its sequel, the Toy Story 2 in 1999. Eleven years after the second instalment, Toy Story launched its third film in the series, the Toy Story 3 in 2010. All three sequels have made it to

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    Steve Jobs

    was worth millions of dollars. He then brought a group of computer scientists together and incorporated it as “Pixar,” an animated computer graphics programming software. In 1991, Disney signed with Pixar to complete an animated movie. Though Jobs considered Pixar as a “hobby,” Pixar and Disney’s collaboration created the movie Toy Story, an instant hit and marketing machine. While Pixar made its mark in graphic animations history, Jobs continued his ventures in the computer business, mobilizing

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    Disney Case Study

    The Walt Disney Company and Pixar Inc.: To Acquire or Not to Acquire? Executive Summary: 3D computer-generated (CG) models changed the way the animation industry worked. The traditional 2D animation used frames that were comprised of hand-drawn cels. These required skills of hundreds of people and it took a lot longer to make. On the other hand, 3D computergenerated required less people, films could be made much faster and at a fraction of competitor’s cost. If there was a change needed to be made

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