When Pixar was sold to Disney, it became a sort of "uh-oh" moment for the team. Would they now just become a corporate machine, churning out product without caring about the people involved? Would they lose their entrepreneurial spirit and inspiration on the altar of commerciality? Thankfully, Disney didn't just acquire Pixar's team and outputs - they also acquired the values and culture of Pixar. It doesn't matter what values you put on the wall or in the stairwell if you don't observe them in your everyday actions. That's exactly why they hired Adam Kingl, a business consultant and leadership expert, during this merger. To help the company transition and grow together as one team with one culture. Thanks to leaders like Adam, Pixar has kept its creative spark alive even after being absorbed by a larger company.