Disney boss: Corporate life demands patience, optimism

05/4/2009 | NYTimes.com

Robert Iger, CEO of Disney, gets up every day at 4:30 a.m. and, though he tries not to be a "ferret on double espressos," does get around and meet as many of his employees as he can. "When you meet people face to face, you've got to project an accessibility -- that you can get on an elevator and actually have a conversation with someone or go to an employee cafeteria and talk with people. ... I make it part of my schedule to do that."

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