BA Director of Customer Experience to leaveBack to Forum
Troy Warfield decided to leave after 2 years.
Further evidence of the rot that has set in at BA, sadly. Customer experience is an overhead and a cost to be cut.12 May 2017
This must be one of the hardest jobs in Aviation, behin United head of customer experience. Best wishes to Him, and Let us hope his successor is able to work with the Cruz.13 May 2017
With the current personnel and customer sentiment towards the BA product I would also reconsider my position. The new trend amongst publicly traded companies seems to be focused on the shareholder rather than the customer. A trend that is beyond me.
Those in charge should take notice or suffer the consequences.13 May 2017
I’m not so sure he decided this – 18 months is a short tenure for this type of role and I’m wondering if the buck stopped with him for the brand damage suffered recently?
To be clear, I don’t know, just speculating.14 May 2017
Speculation ofcourse,’though maybe his ideas for BOB policy, approved by the board, or maybe he was against it since its not a gd customer experience we hear? Possibly the latter because must have taken more than 18 months to set in motion!14 May 2017
It just might be that in their arrogance they believe they don’t need anyone for this role, or to put it differently : “Nobody could do a better job,” which may well be true in this case.19 May 2017