LS Group reshuffles for stability in digital age
The reshuffle indicates that the company is looking forward to a year of stability rather than expansion.
“The number of promoted executives was reduced in preparation as slow growth is anticipated for the global economy next year,” LS said in a statement. “CEOs of main affiliates remained unchanged so they can further stabilize the organization and help it strengthen internally.”
A notable promotion this year was LS Group Vice Chairman Koo Ja-eun’s appointment to the chairman position. LS Group has seven chairmen in total, with six of them in charge of main affiliates. Koo Ja-yeol is at the helm of the entire group.
Koo Ja-eun is the last among LS Group’s second generation leaders to join the ranks of chairman. He is the only son of Koo Doo-hwoi, who was one of LG Group’s co-founders. The LS Group spun out from LG in 2003.
Continuity will help in the pursuit of digital strategies, the group said.
BY SONG KYOUNG-SON [firstname.lastname@example.org]
More in Industry
KGC to work on a ginseng-based vaccine adjuvant
Hanwha Techwin continues selling CCTV systems overseas
Popeyes to close all branches in Korea this month
Contract signed for Covid-19 vaccine
Teas the season