It would appear that the current strategy instead is to rip apart everything built on the foundation, and then take a jackhammer to the foundation, poking as many holes and making it as unstable as possible for whatever crap they build upon it (if anything is even built at all)...What's sad is it wouldn't take that much to fix. Like Epcot the foundation is there. It just needs a cohesive theme and the reversal of years of neglect of both existing attractions and empty buildings / plots of available land.
The more destruction the foundation receives, the harder it's going to be to make proper repairs when, or rather IF someone with any actual sense and passion finally is allowed to get their hands on the company again. From the rumors of either Staggs or Rasulo being the potential frontrunners for Iger's successor, it doesn't seem likely to happen anytime soon. And heaven knows what the parks are going to endure throughout the next decade or so. Staggs seems no better than Iger, and Rasulo is actually somehow even worse (we've seen the sort of embarrassing debacles to expect from him with nextgen)...