Posted by Admin Direktori Blog | Posted on 1:16 PTG
Posted: 26 Jun 2013 09:30 PM PDT
Fully agreed with Guna.. Indonesian government should have just heavily penalise the plantation culprits regardless who own them..or perhaps some “arrangement” have been made. Dare not speculate!
Posted: 26 Jun 2013 07:57 PM PDT
Whatever remnants of planted key personnel or ex-consultants still in the employment of MAS have to pull their weight for the benefit of the national carrier, the nation & all Malaysians. Witch hunts are irrelevant now, its survival & growth time. The BOD & AJ has to make do with each & everyone of the MAS workforce.
However, intense public scrutiny through all avenues including YB’s blog MUST CONTINUE as some sort of a check and balance.
To me, whatever is within the control of the BOD must be further enhanced and not compromised by unnecessary political pressure, within reason & logic. Catering needs to be improved & costs re-looked in earnest, if asset unbundling could be undertaken before, why not unwinding a totally lop-sided agreement. Engineering must not to compromised and must stay in-house for control. Privatizing is not a wise choice.
Lastly, MAS personnel was and is not without talent, key is to find (& quickly) a management style to release the latent talents (& experience) available. Just look at the demand by other carriers of former MAS staff. The last decade of external consultant led turnaround teams have little to show for it vis-a-vis the RM millions spent to hire them.
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