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Posted: 20 Aug 2013 05:20 AM PDT
With the majority appointment from low caste airline background how are they going to help MAS a full service IATA airline? May be AJ was trying to help his good friend Tony.
No wonder after having taken in 8 expats, AJ needs to get Seabury Consulting to help him and the useless 8. Under such circumstances. AJ does not deserve the salary of RM200k and the perks. In view of the clueless mabagement co sultant inclined mentality, Cost cutting should start With cutting the salary if the clueless. No wonder MAS is bleeding and will carry on to bleed with such fixed cost of RM200k for its CEO who needed to pay million RM of MAS to get consultants to think for him. He will always remain clueless as he knows nut about aviation. He should join AirAsia and see whether Ho’s Tony will allow him to appoint consultant to think for him.
Posted: 20 Aug 2013 03:55 AM PDT
Aj’s salary more than Rm200,000 per month and yet he need 8 foreigners and on top of that he still need CONSULTANTS to think for him. Anyone can be MAS CEO. No wonder MAS is still in the shit despite geeting good capacuty for most fkight. Shame on yiu!
Posted: 20 Aug 2013 01:17 AM PDT
Because he cannot hire Malaysian Chinese, we all Pendatang.
Posted: 19 Aug 2013 07:55 PM PDT
I can safely say for a fact that if I were to choose between these 8 EXPATS and the OLD FOGIES around the company – I’d choose the EXPATS.
So far in my experience I have yet to see any of the OLD FOGIES in the company that can rise up and lead the company out of the doldrums. Case in point, an OLD FOGIE heads up Customer Experience, but from what I can see he has done nothing much to improve on Customer Experience – long snaking lines at the airport creating much complaints, lack of amenities in the Golden Lounge etc.
What I did see is these OLD FOGIES chastising a newbie for daring to propose a different way of doing thing because it is not their way of doing things. And many time I’ve faced similar issues because these OLD FOGIES aren’t willing to change with the times.
The EXPATS meanwhile have shown to have improved on many things – highest load factors in a while (even Uncle Tony whom I absolutely detest have declared that AirAsia is also chasing after load factors stating when the passenger flies, revenue will come), reducing operating loss (read the Q1 report – while the total loss is bigger than Q1 last year it’s mostly due to higher financial costs from buying the new Airbus & Boeings), growing passenger numbers & a network which is expanding in the right areas.
So OLD FOGIES WAKE UP! This is not the 1980s when MAS has the monopoly on the airline business in Malaysia – even Singapore Airline is going through change by introducing Scoot to counter the incredible rise of LCC. If you’re not willing to change, don’t blame others when you fall to the ground!
Posted: 19 Aug 2013 06:47 PM PDT
Posted: 19 Aug 2013 06:29 PM PDT
The best cannot be the Old Sentimental Fools who think they can do it now with the industry Very Different from the good old days when there were no emirates,etihad .qatar etc …The oldies had the goverment behind them , ..therefore what they ran was not business but a goverment department. That was the history that set MAS to be what it is today.The culture was set then and it still continues till today..What MAS need is a new mindset of the management lagards of yesteryears and staff who still think the goverment will bail MAS everytime it sink. But of course the goverment interference also did the damage.MAS is a cash cow for everybody.So who to blame.Now with the industry so competitive nobody can make MAS make money. NOBODY…be it with the goverment or with a privatised entity.So cut the crap..just continue with the current team to do what they are doing to cut the costs and losses in spite of all the games the goverment play.
Posted: 19 Aug 2013 05:37 PM PDT
Malaysia Airlines senior management team don't seem to be the brightest bunch in aviation today.Why did they never learnt and deliberately choose ‘the mat salleh consultant’, when the airlines was filled with layer after layer of superior quality of people with the bench strength to actually run the organization, and especially during its darkest days? What we need somebody who can steer the company to the right direction together with the entire employee in the organization. Sometimes very sad employee are ignored and treated as an excess to organization, decision been made on top level and how are you going to get people to work together.
Posted: 19 Aug 2013 05:09 PM PDT
When you have a brainless leading MAS then MAS will always need a consultant. With 8 expats and you still need consultants. What a joke AJ. Why was Seabury appointed quietly. No one knew about this appointment.
Posted: 19 Aug 2013 04:08 PM PDT
What is Dr.Don’s appointment as a director contributing to MAS as he was deemed to be one of the good and loyal MAS Staff?
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