Organisational Structure of Lucasfilm : Lucasfilm Limited is an American film production company founded by George Lucas in 1971, based in San Francisco, California. Lucas is the company's current chairman and CEO, and Micheline Chau is the president and COO.
The company is best known for producing the Star Wars films, and has also produced other box office hits, including the Indiana Jones franchise and American Graffiti. It has also been a leader in developing new film technology in special effects, sound, and computer animation, and because of their expertise its subsidiaries often help produce non-Lucasfilm pictures. Lucasfilm is set to move away from films and more into TV, due to rising budgets.[2] They also have a policy of offering no group discounts to their movies, probably for this reason.[citation needed]
On July 8, 2005, Lucasfilm's marketing, online, and licensing units moved into the new Letterman Digital Arts Center located in the Presidio in San Francisco. It shares the complex with Industrial Light & Magic, and LucasArts. They are also best known for The Deep Note, and THX.
Lucasfilm has collaborated with the Walt Disney Company and Walt Disney Imagineering numerous times to create rides and attractions centered on Star Wars and Indiana Jones for various Walt Disney Parks and Resort attractions worldwide.

CEO

Andrea Jennings
CFO

Bob Prather
CIO

PY
Human Resources

KS

Marketing

Scott Smith
Executive Search

TM
Legal

TW
Military Division

BZ

Territorial / geographical structure is established when a company is separated up into a number of self-controlled teams, each of which functions as an earning group. Such a team or territory may happen on the basis of goods or market or a mixture of the two with every group tending to function along operational or product lines, but with specific major operations (e.g., finance, human resources, company planning) given centrally, normally at an organizational head office (Miles, 2003).

If change initiatives for the territorial / geographical structure in the organization have arrived with fanfare and faded to obscurity in the past, workers may even see the new initiative as something to merely be endured until they can return to their normal routine. Such cynicism hobbles the success of any current or future change plans. Successful implementation of the Territorial / geographical structure is very much within the grasp of any organization if senior management is willing to think long-term. For change to be sustainable it must be completely integrated into the very structure of the company and its performance system from the CEO to the employees. Business Management must be committed to both the philosophy and the implementation of Territorial / geographical structure
 
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Lucasfilm Limited is an American film production company founded by George Lucas in 1971, based in San Francisco, California. Lucas is the company's current chairman and CEO, and Micheline Chau is the president and COO.
The company is best known for producing the Star Wars films, and has also produced other box office hits, including the Indiana Jones franchise and American Graffiti. It has also been a leader in developing new film technology in special effects, sound, and computer animation, and because of their expertise its subsidiaries often help produce non-Lucasfilm pictures. Lucasfilm is set to move away from films and more into TV, due to rising budgets.[2] They also have a policy of offering no group discounts to their movies, probably for this reason.[citation needed]
On July 8, 2005, Lucasfilm's marketing, online, and licensing units moved into the new Letterman Digital Arts Center located in the Presidio in San Francisco. It shares the complex with Industrial Light & Magic, and LucasArts. They are also best known for The Deep Note, and THX.
Lucasfilm has collaborated with the Walt Disney Company and Walt Disney Imagineering numerous times to create rides and attractions centered on Star Wars and Indiana Jones for various Walt Disney Parks and Resort attractions worldwide.

CEO

Andrea Jennings
CFO

Bob Prather
CIO

PY
Human Resources

KS

Marketing

Scott Smith
Executive Search

TM
Legal

TW
Military Division

BZ

Territorial / geographical structure is established when a company is separated up into a number of self-controlled teams, each of which functions as an earning group. Such a team or territory may happen on the basis of goods or market or a mixture of the two with every group tending to function along operational or product lines, but with specific major operations (e.g., finance, human resources, company planning) given centrally, normally at an organizational head office (Miles, 2003).

If change initiatives for the territorial / geographical structure in the organization have arrived with fanfare and faded to obscurity in the past, workers may even see the new initiative as something to merely be endured until they can return to their normal routine. Such cynicism hobbles the success of any current or future change plans. Successful implementation of the Territorial / geographical structure is very much within the grasp of any organization if senior management is willing to think long-term. For change to be sustainable it must be completely integrated into the very structure of the company and its performance system from the CEO to the employees. Business Management must be committed to both the philosophy and the implementation of Territorial / geographical structure
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