- Mar 22, 2005
And the transformation becomes clearer! Everything from QF to Jetstar to Qantaslink. There is some interesting challenges handed out to Virgin as well.
I apologise if this story has already been posted.The Australian said:VISION 2010
Chief executive Geoff Dixon plans a massive reorganisation and expansion of the Flying Kangaroo writes Robert Gottliebsen
August 26, 2006
"You won't recognise Qantas in four years time," says chief executive Geoff Dixon. And then he details his incredible plan for the airline up to 2010 - one of the biggest reorganisations to be attempted in recent years by a prosperous Australian company.
And what makes it even more remarkable is that it is being undertaken by a 66-year-old chief executive in his sixth year in office.
Probably the nearest match to the Qantas revolution was the dramatic change that took place at BHP under chairman Don Argus and chief executive Paul Anderson. It is no coincidence that Paul Anderson is now on the Qantas board, along with another BHP director, John Schubert.