Case Study Analysis Of Pixar Animated Studios

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Case Study Analysis on Pixar Animated Studios Becoming Familiar with Pixar This case study analysis is about Pixar Animated Studios. Pixar Animated Studios, the studio that creates original films such as Toy Story, The Incredibles, and Cars, is an American animation film studio. It was found by Edwin E. Catmull in 1975 and in 1979; Catmull and his team worked with the director George W. Lucas and named their film studio Lucas Films. However, under Lucas Film, they were not making any profit nor had a chance to grow. Eventually, Catmull sold the film studio to Steve Jobs in 1985 who was the previous CEO of Apple. Jobs ended up getting a three-film contract under Disney in 1991 and started to see success after the release of Toy Story in 1994. Pixar, since, has been known for their original stories and their computer generated lifelike animation. The success of a business comes from strategic management. It is important for a business to be able to identify problems and come up with effective solutions to solve their problems to help improve their successfulness and stay competitive towards their rivals. Identifying Problems Pixar puts a lot of their efforts into the details of the features of their films such as background, texture and movement. It is one of the most important advantages to Pixar’s success, but it is also the biggest problem that hinders Pixar’s growth in the industry. Since the films are computer generated, it slows the production pace due to the

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