Chain of Excellence

Kalogridis, George
August 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Aug2010, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p7
The article discusses the five core principles of the Disney companies, referred to as the chain of excellence. These includes creativity, leadership excellence, people management, quality service, and brand loyalty. It suggests that these principles can be adopted by organizations as a unified approach to business. It also noted that the roots of successful business never change.


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