Today’s New York Times features an in-depth article about how Robert Iger plans to renovate the House of Mouse. As one of our first CEOs Who Need to Go, former head Michael Eisner has had a difficult story to sell.
Yet it looks like Iger’s well on his way to turning a new page. Even before formally taking on his new role, Iger has taken some important, impact-rich steps. Among them: Mending ties with estranged board members Roy Disney and Stanley Gold.
At the end of his reign, for what action do you think Iger will be most remembered? Take the Fast Company poll.