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    Re: Who In The World Would Eisner's Successor Be, If YOU Had The Power To Choose?

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedway
    Agreed! Al - President of Walt Disney Imagineering, Kevin - VP of the Magic Kingdom (he will have a hard job), and Sue - President of Walt Disney Consumer Products. Ride Warrior - President of Public Relations
    Thanks for your vote of confidence. PR is one of my forte's. There seems to be a lot of people who like the notion of Steve Jobs taking ove as CEO.

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    Re: Who In The World Would Eisner's Successor Be, If YOU Had The Power To Choose?

    I was hoping for Peter Chernin... I don't think the job is Steve Job's cup of tea...

    Iger wasn't the worst pick, but he certianly is not the best, mostly because he was internal...

    I really wanted to see an external candidate, partly because what is needed is a culture change... And it is best if that happens with an outsider as top dog...
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    Re: Who In The World Would Eisner's Successor Be, If YOU Had The Power To Choose?

    if I had to choose...my brother.
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    Re: Who In The World Would Eisner's Successor Be, If YOU Had The Power To Choose?

    Quote Originally Posted by cellarhound
    I was hoping for Peter Chernin... I don't think the job is Steve Job's cup of tea...

    Iger wasn't the worst pick, but he certianly is not the best, mostly because he was internal...

    I really wanted to see an external candidate, partly because what is needed is a culture change... And it is best if that happens with an outsider as top dog...
    But what if it went terribly wrong? What if money for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts maintenance, growth and Imagineering was spent on fantastic, super-high quality films that bombed terribly at the box office? You would have major losses in the film division, and the parks would suffer majorly!
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    Re: Who In The World Would Eisner's Successor Be, If YOU Had The Power To Choose?

    Al Lutz is my top choice, but if you want someone who is already a buisness man then how about: Roy Disney (or someone from the Disney family), Steve Jobs or John Lasseter. And if any either Jobs or Lasseter were the CEO of Disney, just think about it- they never have to worry about Disney and Pixar spliting up!

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