Walt Disney: Swot, Pestel and Porter Analysis

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Walt Disney: Swot, Pestel and Porter Analysis

By | December 2011
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SUBJECT:Walt Disney: SWOT, PESTEL and Porter analysis

Introduction2

Pestel analysis2

Political factors2
Economic factors3
Social factors3
Technological factors4
Environmental factors4

Porter’s Five forces model5

New entrants5
Buyers5
Substitutes6
Suppliers6
Competitors6

Swot analysis7

Strengths7
Weaknesses8
Opportunities9
Improvement of customer relations strategy9
Advertising Growth9
Differentiation9
The further introduction of ICT technologies9
Superior market segmentation10
Threats10
Economic conditions10
Winnie the Pooh trial10

Stakeholder analysis11

Conclusion12

references13

Appendix i – Portfolio vs core competence perspectives14

Introduction

Walt Disney is a developer, producer and worldwide distributor of feature films and television programs, cable network programming and character-based merchandise. Besides, its theme parks are the most popular in the world. The current forces in the market create certain challenges for future success of the company’s development. The presents analysis starts with the discussion of current environmental and industry factors. This analysis produces the holistic view of the macro factors that affect the industry players and the company. The second step comes to the analysis of the business environment competitive environment and the way the company develops and maintains its competitive advantage. This analysis creates a picture of internal capabilities of the companies. Basing on the evaluation of external and internal factors the analysis of strengths and weaknesses is delivered. It creates a framework for devising possible strategic intent of the company and identifies possible vulnerable points that can affect the feasibility of the strategy. Basing on the analysis of the environmental factors and company’s capabilities the paper reviews current opportunities and threats....