When the chief executive officer and the chief financial officer of a large company suddenly stop of the day, without that there is no regular successor, usually it mean that the heads have failed miserably and that the board's patience is running out. They may simply put fired.
But Postnord is obviously not like other companies. Where said chairman of the board Christian Jansson to the ceo Håkan Ericsson has done ”a fantastic job”. And also, the chief financial officer Gunilla Berg the get go because she and Ericsson worked as a team.
Excuse me? If this is the case - why do they get to go on the day?
that a company is facing a crossroads and it is time for a new leadership to take the company forward on a new stage. But it is usually announced in good time, and the board already have a new ceo at the time. The handover takes place without much drama.
Postnord is in the middle of the biggest transformation the company has faced. Håkan Ericsson has been working with it for several years. The group goes from being a company that for the most part the parts out letter to be an important cog in the e-commerce, where logistics planning and deployment of e-commerce, goods – is in the centre.
The conversion has gone so-so. Profitability has fallen and, last year made Its a loss of about one billion sek. The result of the movement itself has fallen like a rock for the past few years.
increased. Package has not arrived in time or at all. It is not enough if the group should be the important hub of e-commerce.
the Board says it wants to speed up the transformation and that it then required a new management. But how to go about to do it, there is no response.
And despite the fact that the board find that the pace of the conversion must increase, it is not so much of a hurry to get in place the people who will lead the work. The board's ”objective” is that a new permanent president and chief financial officer to be in place by the end of the year.
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