In 2004 the Walt Disney Co, a US based global media and entertainment corporation, faced a shareholder revolt and the CEO / Board Chairman received a no-confidence vote of 43%. The board decided to separate the roles of CEO and Chairman in order to manage the conflict between the company and its shareholders. It appointed a former US Senator, who had credibility and experience as a mediator and negotiator, as its new Chairman. The new Chairman used shuttle diplomacy among investors, directors an...

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8.1.2 Review the performance of senior leaders
8.1.3 Develop and administer governance system

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