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SAA’s one-woman wrecking ball – SA’s loss is Saudi’s gain

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By Alec Hogg

Earlier this week, Yves Morieux captured the hearts and heads of 1 300 delegates at The Insurance Conference 2016 when explaining why 85% of workers are “disengaged.”  A brilliant speaker (his TedTalk has had 2.8m views), it’s a pity the Boston Consulting Group exec didn’t stop in Pretoria on his way back to the US.

Because it would really help SA if people in high places understood how much damage is wrought by a clueless leader. SAA is the obvious example. After four and a half years and one too many run-ins with chairman Duduzile Myeni, SAA’s former Chief Financial Officer Wolf Meyer threw in the towel last November.

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