Qantas Group Reorganisation of executive leadership team
Reorganisation of executive leadership team: While Qantas Group has announced a reorganisation of its executive leadership team, the stock seems to have an effect from the reshuffle, negative sentiments starting to creep up in the market with brokers’ downgrade and volatile fuel prices. Over the past three years, senior executive team has led the Group through a major turnaround which is now entering a phase of ongoing improvement and innovation to drive that turnaround. The major change is promotion of Alison Webster, who is currently Executive Manager of Freight, Catering & Airports, and will now become CEO of Qantas International. Alison Webster has significant experience in the aviation sector in Australia and the UK, working across commercial, operations and customer segments. Alison has held many senior executive roles at Qantas, most recently as the Executive Manager Qantas Freight, Catering and Australian Airports, a position she has held since 2014. She has also held positions at Qantas responsible for international customer experience and cabin crew. Prior to this, she worked in operations and commercial roles at British Airways. Jon Scriven (Group Executive of People and Culture) will retire after eight-and-a-half years at Qantas. He has been instrumental to the overall transformation of business and has also driven the strategy to increase the engagement levels of people, which are now at record levels.
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