Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - September, 2012
The former chief executive officer of Western Australian hotel chain Compass Hotel Group has appeared before court following an investigation by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
Woolworth’s Chairman James Strong has announced his intention to retire at the conclusion of the company’s Annual General Meeting in November, after twelve years as Director and eleven as Chairman.
The Federal Government is inviting Australia’s ‘board ready’ women to apply for Commonwealth backed scholarships aimed at increasing the number of women in the nation’s boardrooms.
Agility is a crucial trait in successful businesses and governmental departments, according to a new study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the Monash University.
Wotif as announced that its long serving CEO and Managing Director, Robbie Cooke, has tendered his resignation from the group and is expected to leave the company at the end of the year.
Mining company Macmahon has announced that Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Nick Bowen has resigned from the company, effective immediately.
One of the most senior officers in the Australian Defence Force, Air Vice-Marshal Margaret Staib, has been appointed as the new CEO of Airservices Australia.
As Commander Joint Logistics, Air Vice-Marshal Staib planned, coordinated and delivered logistics support for Australian Defence Force operations and exercises overseas and in Australia. She also played a key role in developing and implementing the $2.4 billion logistics reform program, an initiative of the 2009 Defence White Paper.
A posting to the United States Air Force at the Pentagon furthered her experience in logistics and procurement. For her work on logistics transformation, Air Vice-Marshal Staib was awarded the United States Meritorious Service Medal.
In January 2009, Air Vice-Marshal Staib was appointed as a Member in the Military Division of the Order of Australia.
Air Vice-Marshal Staib will take up her position on 15 October.
Airservices Australia is a wholly government-owned statutory authority which manages around 11 per cent of the world’s airspace through which more than three million flights carrying 75 million passengers travel each year.
As well as providing air-traffic control services, the organisation also delivers rescue and fire fighting services at the nation's major passenger airports.
More information about Airservices Australia and its current Board Members is available at: www.airservicesaustralia.com.