Telkom has unveiled a new company structure, which it says will make its processes simpler and consistent.
In an email to staff, Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko said their turnaround strategy requires them to “evolve and transform” the company’s business model.
“An important next step in the turnaround of our business is to review our operational business model to focus on the core business units,” said Maseko.
Telkom’s core business units are Consumer, Enterprise, Wholesale and Networks, BCX, and the subsidiary, Trudon.
As part of the process, Maseko has amended the reporting lines of his executive team.
“Increased personal and business accountability will be enabled by clear mandates and must be supported by more efficient and simpler structures,” he said.
The revised reporting lines will be effective from 1 September, but the current and revised Exco leaders will collaborate to allow for a transition of responsibilities.
From 1 September, the Exco will consider their objectives and responsibilities with a focus on developing their own business model in the coming months.
The direct reports of the Exco members will be mapped in-line with the new reporting lines.