And yet he was endorsed by every man and his dog, including Wayne Jackson & Gillon to be chairmanSure.
But being a CEO in a high performance sporting environment takes a lot more than knowing your way around a club. It takes a very particular skill base and Pittman hasn't ever done anything like that. He makes a portfolio of investments in small-to-medium mining and resources companies.
so he’s had 8 years in which to realise that looks a bit off, or to add another experience/qualificationIt puts up there whatever you type into the "business name" field when you add another experience. You have to go back and uncheck boxes to stop it doing that automatically.
Source: it did that to me when I added something to LinkedIn a couple of weeks ago.
I’d say someone on that sort of money is more likely to take a job they really want to do, than someone on a comparable wageSomeone giving up 2.1m salary to be the CEO is stupid?
And that's fine too.so he’s had 8 years in which to realise that looks a bit off, or to add another experience/qualification
I contend it’s more likely he thinks it looks cool, and doesn’t care that it’s misleading
"managing mining investments" would just be the start. Add in his share of profit from Taylor Collison, add in the opportunities he gets from placements and other deals through his position. If he's not making at least $2m a year from the opportunities his role and position currently gets him, then I don't want him as CEO.Not sure it'd be three times.
Assuming the Adelaide job is maybe $600k, I can't see him earning $1.8m managing mining investments.
Not Vozzo.So who do we think will be new CEO? Back on topic.