adms4900[2]pamphlet - Kenji’s Goals vs Management’s...

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Unformatted text preview: Kenji’s Goals vs. Management’s Goals Kenji’s perspective: Success in theatre productions he brings to Japan Profit Management perspective: Bring back culture to community Began for Goodwill, not for making a profit Goals are not aligned No support from upper management to invest more money into the theatre Theatre unit regarded as a joke, and “early retirement” Potential Growth Costs include: Purchasing rights, hiring American or English actors, building sets, acquiring theatre rights, unions Initial costs can reach $7-8 million $1 million in profits, =1% of TV Asahi’s profits Recession Language barriers Language barriers IMPLEMENTATION/ TIMELINE Tell Kenji and Yasu that Theatrical Division will be phased out at the end of this years contract For the remainder of the year look at possible investments with Jujamcyn with a very conservative approach Let Jujamcyn know that their agreement will end after the three-year contract which is...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2010 for the course ADMS 4900 taught by Professor Jungchinshen during the Spring '10 term at York University.

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