Corporatising Paul Keating's bad habits

Former corporate chieftains are picking up bad habits from retired politicians in criticising from the sidelines… but does it help?

It’s just what you don’t need as a CEO: The company is struggling, investors are running for the exit and then when the clouds are at their darkest your fondly-remembered predecessor bursts forth with highly selective advice.

Australia’s coterie of former corporate superstars sound more like disgruntled ex-politicians by the day, issuing forth with bitter critiques of ‘the new guard’ from the comfortable perspective of the past.


SMS Code Sent…

Hi {{ user.FirstName }}

Looks like you've already taken a free trial

Please enter your payment details

We have sent you a code via SMS to {{user.DayPhone}}

please enter this code below to activate your membership

If you didn't receive SMS code please

Looks you are already a member. Please enter your password to proceed

Please untick this box when using a public or shared device

Verify your mobile number to unlock a FREE trial

Please sign up for full access

Updating information

Please wait ...

  • Mastercard
  • Visa

Related Articles