I think it's Scott's, personally.
My ABC . . .
A CEO needs to believe in his vision. After years of being told he's correct, he inevitably grows until he believes his vision is the only correct one. He stops reflecting the desires of the shareholders/stakeholders, because he knows - or thinks he knows - what's needed.
Scott's certainly not reflecting the desires of the government, as this column for today's Canberra Times makes clear . . .