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W‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‌‌rite a Case Study Paper “The Walt Disney Company – Digital Evolution” addressing Innovation the Walt Disney Company. All papers are to follow American Psychological Association (APA) format. Written and constructed to graduate level use of language (includes grammar), demonstrating the formulation of a case study with a focus on leadership and innovation in the Walt Disney Company. This paper will include speculation on relevant documents, stakeholder identification, project management methods, and other relevant aspects. The paper is an applied activity that requires the application what they have learned in class to a real-world company or project. A bibliography should be provided and contain non-internet citations. Minimum of 10 pages required (page count does not include front or back matter). Demonstrates control of syntax, grammar, coherence — with focused paragraphs connected with transitions. Textbooks and Course (Just for Informational purposes): Title: The Clayton M. Christensen Reader Author: Christensen Edition: 2016 ISBN: 978-1-63369-099-8 Publisher: Perseus Distribution Title: Disrupt:Think the Unthinkable (E-book Available) Author: Williams Edition: 2nd ISBN: 978-0-13-399590-9 Publisher: Pearson The Walt Disney Company) has aspects of disruption. There are several different lens that could be used in terms of sphere of influence: • Individual • Team Level • Company Level • Industry Level • Country Level NOTE: Beside the Specific Criteria listed below, reference IV. COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES (excerpt from course syllabus) for other topics/subjects to include in the paper. IV. COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1. Define the innovation process and identify ways in which organizations can innovate. 2. Construct the steps of the innovation process and mechanisms for directing/controlling the process. 3. Incorporate design think‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‌‌ing into the analysis of business situations. 4. Apply innovation methodology to a real-world business situation. 5. Demonstrate how to build and lead a disruptive innovation team. 6. Define a disruptive opportunity and design a disruptive solution. 7. Predict the effects of the organizational context on innovation and change. 8. Differentiate and evaluate leadership approaches for managing creativity effectively to create an administrative culture that fosters innovation. 9. Design specific methodologies for spurring innovation within established organizations. 10. Critique the influence of problem solving techniques, team processes, and environmental conditions on creativity in organizations. Specific Criteria are as follows: 1. Front Matter: a) Cover Sheet/Title Page to APA/CMU format: Includes Title, Student’s Name, Course Name/Designation, University Name, Instructor Name, Date of Submission. b) Table of Contents 2. Chapter/Section1: Introduction Delineates the setting, articulates the challenge, Stakeholders, problem and purpose/objective of the company or project. 3. Chapter/Section 2: Relevant Documents Utilizes and synthesizes current, relevant, as well as credible documents sufficient in number to create the context for the project, . literature review. Be sure to include the course textbooks. 4. Chapter/Section 3: Methods Distinguishes the innovation and techniques used in implementation and clearly identifies what management approaches were needed to modify company operations or conduct the project. 5. Chapter/Section 4: Analysis Explains in detail the pros and cons of the methods used. 6. Chapter/Section 5: Conclusion Includes a summary of the management aspects, communications and stakeholder approaches. 7. Back Matter (Appendix) a) Bibliography (References) – reflects APA style, includes references cited in text b) Sta‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‌‌keholder Registry