Corporate Social Responsibility in Banking

Corporate Social Responsibility in Banking

A socially responsible and sustainable bank is aware of the impact of its activities on society and acts accordingly. The impact of the banks on the stability of the economy requires integrity and due diligence including:

  • ·       Managing activity-based risks and setting up mitigation actions;

  • ·       Promoting transparency towards customers and stakeholders about its operational management and the products offered;

  • ·       Acting as engine of the economy, by e.g. providing loans and giving advice to new start-ups.

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Continuing Professional Development in the Banking Industry

Continuing Professional Development in the Banking Industry

In the banking industry continuing professional development is of great value as it ensures you to stay competent in your profession. It is an ongoing process and continues throughout a professional’s career. The desired result of well-planned continuing professional development is that it optimizes the employer, the employee and his or her career.

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How to use Holacracy as the new Management System in a Rapidly Changing World?

How to use Holacracy as the new Management System in a Rapidly Changing World?

How to make a proper transition of the management role in Agile? Most organisations start booking trainings.  Experience teaches us that mostly this is not sufficient to launch a transformation to Agile and an additional layer of coaching is necessary. An Agile mindset is just one of the success factors, and it is of outmost importance to involve the organisation structure to guide management in an efficient way to Agile.

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Embracing Scaled Agile Framework in banking & investment industry

Embracing Scaled Agile Framework in banking & investment industry

Major European banks and providers of investment management software solutions for the world's leading financial organizations strongly believe in the added value of Scaled Agile Framework through its cross-fertilisation from autonomous teams, bringing these teams closer to the customer and enhancing transparency in vendor relations.

In the course of the article the main features of SAFe will be depicted, as well as the lessons learnt and the measuring of before and after implementation of Scaled Agile Framework. Are things really better after the roll out

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