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Mr Khaw has no confidence in SMRT CEO but prefers SMRT Chairman
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http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/en...prevention

At the forum, Mr Khaw said: “The Oct 7 flooding incident will be remembered for a long time; it better be.”

He added that the flooding incident was not a failure of engineering, but of organisational management at SMRT.

It throws up other issues: Human Resource policy, staff rotation, staff supervision, staff engagement and staff motivation, he added.

However, Mr Khaw said he had “full confidence” in SMRT chairman Seah Moon Ming.

He said Mr Seah will make SMRT his top priority and relinquish all his other duties, including abandoning a project, Pavilion Energy, which he had a huge hand in starting from scratch.


Said Mr Khaw: "While we are keenly aware of various gaps in SMRT that still are not yet addressed, do appreciate the many tireless but necessary jobs that they have already done and the risks avoided."
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#2
Ceo or chairman or whatever top titles, one thing for sure : iron rice bowl.
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#3
Thats what i have been saying all the time. The rot is from management, but they keep blaming everything other than management.

Finally they have to acknowledge it.

"He added that the flooding incident was not a failure of engineering, but of organisational management at SMRT."
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#4
5-12-2017 10:38 AM
hfourhappy said:
Ceo or chairman or whatever top titles, one thing for sure : iron rice bowl.
First in the world a volunteered SMRT CEO so can have iron rice bowl and fully approved by the PAP govt.

Can only happen in Singapore. thumbs up
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#5
5-12-2017 10:44 AM
Billionaire said:
First in the world a volunteered SMRT CEO so can have iron rice bowl and fully approved by the PAP govt.

Can only happen in Singapore. thumbs up

Hard for them to resign.
They die die must hold tightly on their big fat salary.
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#6
walaneh! shock
Only once in 52 years ah! Worried
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#7
5-12-2017 10:38 AM
Oneworld said:
Thats what i have been saying all the time. The rot is from management, but they keep blaming everything other than management.

Finally they have to acknowledge it.

"He added that the flooding incident was not a failure of engineering, but of organisational management at SMRT."
Yes they admitted it and still around never get sacked can happily collect millions yearly. Rolling on the flor laughing
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#8
5-12-2017 10:48 AM
Billionaire said:
Yes they admitted it and still around never get sacked can happily collect millions yearly. Rolling on the flor laughing

True...
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#9
5-12-2017 10:48 AM
Billionaire said:
Yes they admitted it and still around never get sacked can happily collect millions yearly. Rolling on the flor laughing

Kakilang cannot sack lah Crying
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#10
5-12-2017 10:36 AM
forum456 said:
http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/en...prevention

At the forum, Mr Khaw said: “The Oct 7 flooding incident will be remembered for a long time; it better be.”

He added that the flooding incident was not a failure of engineering, but of organisational management at SMRT.

It throws up other issues: Human Resource policy, staff rotation, staff supervision, staff engagement and staff motivation, he added.

However, Mr Khaw said he had “full confidence” in SMRT chairman Seah Moon Ming.

He said Mr Seah will make SMRT his top priority and relinquish all his other duties, including abandoning a project, Pavilion Energy, which he had a huge hand in starting from scratch.


Said Mr Khaw: "While we are keenly aware of various gaps in SMRT that still are not yet addressed, do appreciate the many tireless but necessary jobs that they have already done and the risks avoided."

He is using this tactic. In direct translation from chinese "borrow knife to kill someone" Seah will be chopping Desmond
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