In a time when profits at BAX continue to be something talked about and not achieved, BAX lost the leader of the only profitable area in the US. He challenged Sr. Management and their strategies and quickly fell out of favor with the puppeteers.
Thirteen years and 4 relocations later, this long-time BAX loyalist with a once, very bright future, departed for greener pastures, where his opinions and ideas will be nutured and appreciated, instead of stifled and scoffed at. With him goes the loyalty of many soldiers and the credibility of a once respected company. Perhaps even more damaging to BAX will be the reaction of his customers, who respected his word and commitment. He consistently proved more effective on a sales call than most highly-paid global sales reps. Shame on BAX for letting this one slip away.
sounds like he could not support / respect the current snr leadership... and did the right thing for himself and the co buy leaving .... so let it be done so thx for the service mystery man - best of luck w next gig move on quielty please...... and take whomever supports you and your philosophies...
Why should anyone be suprised when the Senior Management still thinks that it is 1985? They have not had an original idea since the mid 80's. Anyone who thought "outside the BAX" or who was forward thinking is no longer with the company. They do not understand the market place and have always blamed their failures on the "economy". Wish that I had a nickel everytime I heard that one. The one thing that I did not see were profits and rewards for hard work. IMHO