Disney's Organizational Behavior Concepts
The Walt Disney Company started as a cartoon studio in the 1920's and became a phenomenal global corporation by providing entertainment for everyone around the world. Today, Walt Disney not only has theme parks, a mass amount of movies, television shows, an actual television channel, a radio station, but it also recently opened many Disney stores around the world. We will be taking a look at the organizational behavior concepts that I believe make this organization such a successful one. The Disney Company successfully uses its human resources practices everyday to make sure this organization runs in the most efficient way. In order for the magic to really happen, the employees need to be there to help. The Walt Disney Company provides their employees with many different training programs and learning opportunities designed to teach them anything and everything to keep this company growing. There are many Disney programs, a new hire orientation to go over what is expected from the employees, and executive development program called Disney Dimensions, and the Disney Way which is designed to showcase the different Disney businesses to managers and higher. There is also the Disney ethics, integrity, and diversity programs along with professional development, management/leaderships development, and computer skills. The Disney Company also provides it's employees with educational reimbursement for those who are continuing their education while working for Disney full-time. This all goes to show that the human resources practices at the Walt Disney Company are extraordinary and they will do whatever it takes to make sure their employees do a job above and beyond and make sure they provide the guests with 100% satisfaction. In 1986, the Disney Institute opened providing business people worldwide with information and inspiration. It gives the businesses tolls to apply to proven systems and strategies in their own organization....
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