Many Disney stakeholders are of the opinion that the problem, which was the fundamental justification for the shareholder revolt of 2003, has not been resolved. The Walt Disney Company, which was, at one time, synonymous with imagination, remains creatively-bankrupt due in large part to the dysfunctional organizational structure and culture and to the toxic internal politics that are driving and have driven talent from the company ever since President and C.O.O. Frank G. Wells died in 1994.
Creation of intellectual property with lasting value has historically been the core competency of the institution, but that capability has all but vanished in recent years. So, how do Disney's stakeholders, particularly its shareholders, respond to this untenable situation?
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