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Walt Disney Company 2009 case study 1. Introduction of the company 2. What is Walt Disney company’s corporate strategy? 3. What is your assessment of the long-term attractiveness of the industries represented in the Walt Disney Company’s business portfolio? 4. What is your assessment of the competitive strength of Walt Disney Company’s different business units? 5. What does a 9-cell industry attractiveness/business strength matrix displaying Walt Disney Company’s business units look like? 6. Does Walt Disney’s portfolio exhibit good strategic fit? What value chain match-ups do you see? What opportunities for skills transfer, cost sharing, or brand sharing do you see?
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  • Summer '15
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