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News & Commentary
Content tagged with Management Strategies posted in January 2010
This week in weird/funny (it all depends on your viewpoint) videos about finance and technology, a kangaroo holds up a bank; sketch comedy show Little Britain demonstrates how Americans rob banks, an epic battle between Mac and PC users.
Skippy and the Bank Robbery
Australian celebrity kangaroo Skippy appears to have a dark side.
By Patrick J. Moore
As promising signs of economic recovery emerge and businesses shed their bunker mentality, it is time to look ahead. A key question for the banking industry is, how will it prepare for the future? Are we ready to embrace innovation, take risks, and reach beyond our comfort zone? Or will we continue business as usual and run the risk of going the way of the dinosaur?
I see a glimmer of hope in the banking industry; just enough to expect that routine matters such as keeping the IT factory up to date with new apps, ongoing reliability, strong security, responsive customer service, real-time speed, risk management tools that protect bank assets, databases to provide focused new business opportunities, connections for EVERY customer relationship, and the all-important intel function that inquisitive minds will require more of - my humble definition of a well-run
As the media speculate about how large banks (especially TARP beneficiaries) will compensate their top executives this year, New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has sent out a letter to eight TARP banks - Bank of America, Bank of New York Mellon, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, State Street and Wells Fargo - demanding information not only about how