"You want people to be involved and engaged. Involved people can be quiet, loud, or anything in-between. What they have in common is a restless, probing nature: 'I want to get to the problem. There's something I want to do.' If you had thermal glasses, you could see heat coming off them."
-Brad Bird, director of Pixar's The Incredibles and Ratatouille, in a recent interview in the McKinsey Quarterly. Walt Disney's (DIS) Pixar appears to have another hit in Wall-E, which brought in an estimated $62.5 million at the box office this past weekend.
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