When you enter Tokyo Disney Sea, you are greeted by this amazing water sculpture. Its title is AquaSphere, and it’s a symbolic reminder that you are entering a park dedicated to fantastic harbors across the globe. In their own humble history of their organization, the Oriental Land Company, or OLC, shares a little story about … Read more
There’s a little known story told by my boss, Valerie Oberle, who was the original director of The Disney University Professional Development Programs, or what is known now as the Disney Institute. It seems that back in the days of Eisner and Wells, Michael was concerned that programs being taught to different companies all over … Read more
When you visit Aulani, you enter through an open lobby. Stepping inside, there are two forces vying for your attention. The first is the view of beautifully landscaped grounds with its volcano and the ocean beyond the lobby porch. Restraining you from moving toward this point is a striking 360 degree mural done by Martin … Read more
Can you really be creative when you are trying to cut costs? It seems counter productive, but read this article to see how Disney and Cirque du Soleil approaches it successfully–and not so successfully. You can find out more here.