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Technology. Deregulation. Privatisation. Globalisation. No financial service business is immune to these forces, as they feed on each other in a whirlwind of change. These changes will require a revolution in the way all organizations are managed, demanding:
- New competitive strategies
- Alliances and mergers
- Business intelligence
- Risk management
- Quick responses
The financial services industry
Part 1 The driving forces for change: The Darwinian shake-out in financial services; Deregulation and re-regulation; Changing needs and expectation; The impact of technology and globalization; Competition and performance; Strategy and structure. Part 2 Strategic leadership: Reorganizing and re-engineering a building society; Managing the portfolio of a global financial services organization; Implementing new distribution strategies; Corporate development for an international bank; Managing public affairs in the life insurance industry.
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- © Woodhead Publishing 1999
- 20th May 1999
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He is Project Director of the European Councils on Corporate Strategy and Board Effectiveness, Editor of Long Range Planning and author of 20 books on various aspects of Strategic Management. He is also a consultant to business and government internationally. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Directors and the Chartered Institute of Bankers and a director on the R&D Advisory Board of SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals. Before joining Henley Management College he held responsible positions with Procter & Gamble, Rank Xerox, the Chartered Institute of Marketing and the University of Bradford Management Centre.
Professor of Business Policy and Executive Director of the Centre for Board Effectiveness, Henley Management College, and Executive Director of its Centre for Board Effectiveness
Ian Morison is Professor of Banking and Finance at Loughborough University.
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