New Problems in Banking

New Problems in Banking

Enid Mumford (Manchester University, UK)
Copyright: © 2003 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-118-6.ch007


In the last three case studies there has been a logical progression through the management of change, considering first the definition of the problem; second, the development of a strategy for handling it; and third, the creation of an appropriate organizational structure. But, in today’s fast-moving world, there are many situations in which it is difficult to carry out this systematic approach. For example what do we do if change involves a technological jump, bringing with it new problems and challenges which have not been experienced before and which are poorly understood? This happened to white-collar work in the next case study. It has also happened many times in the past and is likely to happen many times in the future.

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