Disney 's Organizational Structure Of Mgm

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MGM Resorts International is a publicly traded company viewed as a front runner in the entertainment and hospitality industry. MGM owns fourteen properties, employs 62,000 individuals, making them Nevada’s largest public employer, and creates over ten billion dollars in sales and revenues each year. The organizational structure of MGM is similar to that of any other large company, consisting of a Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, President, and countless vice presidents and directors of various specialized departments within the organization. The difference in this organization and many others lies within its organizational structure, behaviors, and practices. While it’s easy to discount the company generally associated with Sin City, it cannot be overlooked that the company has remained successful by adhering to its missions and values, fostering growth and development through the years, engaging employees, and most importantly, creating an experience for the millions of customers visiting every year. An organization as large and prominent as MGM consists of many leaders and managers with individual roles and skills. MGM’s current CEO, James Murren, joined the MGM family as a CFO in 1998, and through his innovative ideas and leadership, he was appointed to CEO of the company in 2008. James has taken on many roles as CEO of the company, including interpersonal roles in motivating and leading employees, acting as spokesperson
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