Succession planning and moving in the right direction


Seamless travel: The Ipoh-Padang Besar electrification project resumed and Gamuda completed the northern part of the project in 2014.

Gamuda Bhd is now grooming the next suite of leaders that can one day fill the role that its long-time group managing director Datuk Lin Yun Ling has been executing since the age of 26.

Now 68, Lin says the more realistic way to manage the issue of succession is having a team that can handle the various tasks the preeminent construction company has now grown into.

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