This article is over 5 months old Telstra will cut 8, jobs over three years, shedding employees and contractors. It wants to split its infrastructure assets into a new wholly owned business unit in preparation for a potential demerger, or the entry of a strategic investor, in a post-national broadband network rollout world.
New organisational structure and leadership team for Telstra Telstra today announced a new topline organisational structure and leadership team. By mid-next year we will have fully rolled out our market leading products and services. To help deliver these changes, we are announcing a new end-to-end products and technology division of Telstra.
It means we will significantly increase our technical capabilities around product development and management. An external appointment has been made for this Group Executive role and the person will be announced shortly.
Michael Ebeid joins Telstra to run the Enterprise team servicing Australian and international business and government customers with market-leading solutions and services.
Michael will start at Telstra on 8 October. Brendon Riley will become the CEO of Telstra InfraCo which will efficiently leverage the InfraCo assets and drive growth in the Wholesale market, while creating future strategic optionality for these highly valuable assets. David Burns, currently with the Enterprise team, will lead Global Business Services GBS to bring together and radically simplify customer service operations and internal support services.
GBS will drive a consistent approach to customer experience, efficiency and service levels. A Transformation Delivery Office has also been established to deliver an integrated and disciplined approach to implementation. Carmel will also continue to hold the office of Group General Counsel and manage the internal provision of legal advice.
He also spent 10 years at Optus, which included being a senior executive in their Enterprise and Government division. Nikos has deep experience and expertise in telecommunications, networks and IT. Telstra is also announcing four senior leaders will leave Telstra: Warwick has been Chief Financial Officer since Warwick will leave Telstra on 30 September.
Stephen will be finishing in his full time executive capacity at Telstra on 31 July but will continue to maintain a close relationship with the business. Will joined Telstra in and held a variety of legal roles prior to becoming Group General Counsel in From to he grew its market share and its NAS business very significantly.
Joe will leave Telstra on 30 August. Mr Penn said T22 was a multi-year transformation program and teams would be impacted at different times and to varying degrees. We are fundamentally re-engineering how Telstra operates, and our new organisational structure and operating model are designed to remove complexity and management layers, decrease the focus on hierarchical decision-making and increase the focus on empowered teams making decisions closer to the customer.Michael Ebeid joins Telstra to run the Enterprise team servicing Australian and international business and government customers with market-leading solutions and services.
Michael will start at. Andy Penn is shaking up Telstra's executive ranks, including hiring outgoing SBS managing director Michael Ebeid and moving on chief financial officer Warwick Bray, as part of a company-wide.
Global Enterprise and Services provides enterprise and Government customers in Australia and around the world with leading networks, advanced products and solutions, Â together with supporting services to enable the connected business world.Â It is also responsible for incubating Telstra Software Group, a new division focused on .
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