Shrek has a new home. Comcast recently announced that it acquired DreamWorks Animation in a $ 3.8 billion deal. Comcast is the world’s largest broadcast and cable company in the world by revenue, the largest residential Internet service provider in the United States, the second-largest pay-TV company, and the third-largest provider of residential telephone services. The company owns NBCUniversal, E! Entertainment Television, The Golf Channel, Telemundo, Universal Pictures, and several other popular stations.
With this new merger, the wacky office antics we envision from DreamWorks could make their way to the Philadelphia headquarters. As with the DreamWorks characters, we are only limited by our imaginations. Here are 10 fun changes DreamWorks could make to Comcast’s everyday lifestyle. Comcast is a company, but it needs a lot of help from these staff to make it a magical and fun atmosphere for all employees. The more fun they have, the more productive the team will be, resulting in much higher earnings and outrageous antics in the workplace.
Shrek as security
The lovable but tough Shrek is the perfect man for the security job. As Comcast’s chief security officer, you can keep undesirables out and make sure day-to-day operations run smoothly. Shrek can use the abilities of characters like Puss in Boots, Donkey, the dragon, and even his wife Fiona in case situations get out of control at Comcast headquarters. The dragon will surround the tall Comcast headquarters building on its turn.
Roderick “Roddy” St. James as Maintenance Supervisor
In the movie Flushed Away, a rich pet rat, Roddy St. James, is pushed down the toilet by a common sewer rat. Inside the sewer, Roddy discovers a London-like underground city made of rubbish. Since Roddy learned what it’s like on the other side and has a background in plumbing, what better character to lead the cleaning crew on cleaning and plumbing matters. Since Roddy led a team to return home to Flushed Away, he could lead the entire maintenance crew.
Exercise classes up to “Thriller”
Inside Comcast headquarters there should be a gym for its employees. They can exercise during lunch or immediately after work to promote well-being. Dreamcast created a parody of a six-minute short film in 2011 of Michael Jackson’s Thriller featuring deceased characters like Fifi, Lord Farquaad, King Harold, and the Fairy Godmother as zombies. Inside the Comcast gym, these characters should be leading Thriller dance classes.
Kung Fu Panda Gym Trainers
Also inside the Comcast gym would be new operators and trainers Po, Master Shifu, Master Tigress, and snow leopard Tai Lung. With their great skill set, they can get any Comcast employee in shape in no time. The Kung Fu Panda team could implement a wellness program for all employees and help them achieve their goals through rigorous exercise and Kung Fu movements.
Moses as CEO
Moses from the Prince of Egypt would be the ideal Comcast CEO. He is a born leader who travels thousands of people through the desert in this fun, biblically accurate story. Moses is the kind of leader Comcast needs to reach the next level of acquisitions and revenue.
Chicken Run Mail Room
The premise of the movie Chicken Run is that the group of birds tries to escape from a dilapidated farm in England. Given the speed at which they need and can escape, the cast of Chicken Run would be perfect for mailroom deliveries. They can receive packages and quickly deliver them to Comcast employees. The mail room would be run by Ginger, the chicken savior with her number two as Rocky the Rhode Island Red. The chickens in this movie can run fast to make sure you get new mail and get that last minute document out of the office. in a matter of minutes.
Mr. Edward Lino in the Marketing Department
As the voice of Robert De Niro, Don Edward Lino, leader of the criminally inclined great white shark mafia in Shark Tale, would make an excellent addition to your marketing team. Don Edward knows how to manipulate people and make them do exactly what he wants. Comcast’s Marketing Department tries to persuade consumers to buy its cable packages and watch its channels to improve ratings and ultimately revenue. What better character to lead this team than Don …