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Citibank James Mcgaran Case Study

Introduction This case revolves around the performance evaluation process at Citibank and the introduction of a new performance scorecard. The meeting is between the President of Citibank, California and his management to discuss the performance evaluation and bonus decisions for James McGaran, the star performer of the branch James career with Citibank has been a quick progression through the ranks from the assistant branch manager to the manager position. His performance exceeded expectations...

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Case Study Citibank N

Case Study: Citibank N.A. in China This case study deals with the decision to structure an overseas banking operation and how this decision is affected by a number of variables, which among others include the bank internal resources and experience, tax considerations, and most importantly the host country’s banking laws. In 1997 Citibank was still at an early stage of its China strategy. It was one of the strongest banks operating in the People’s Republic of China, but as a foreign bank it only had...

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Mis-760 Citibank Case Study

MIS 760 – IT Strategy Case Study: Citibank’s E-Business Strategy for Global Corporate Banking Please prepare an analysis of this case. Your write-up should be 4 to 7 pages. Each of the following questions should be addressed individually: 1. What are the impacts of the internet on the competitive landscape of corporate banking? (Hint: use Porters 5 forces) The statements below are the impacts of the internet on the competitive landscape of corporate banking: * Intense competition which...

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Case Analysis: Citibank

Kristin Howell Bus 400 Sec A Dr. Li 30 October 2007 "Citibank Case Analysis" Introduction: Through reading the article titled "Citibank: Performance Evaluation" and performing my own in-depth case analysis, I was able to analyze the issues Citibank California was confronted with and determine possible solutions to help run their business more successfully. Although Citibank is a well-run corporation that made necessary improvements in an effort to gain a competitive advantage over their...

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Citibank Case

strategy, customer satisfaction, control, people, standards and finally overall evaluation) shows what is most important for Citibank in this year. Except figures and data (Key Performance Indicators – KPIs) there is also a place for comments and opinions which is very important to evaluate managers and employees. In addition to 4 quarterly performance assessments McGaran has received year-end performance as a summary of all KPI and supervisor’s opinions. We think that in this matter scorecard is...

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Citibank

Citibank Frits Seegers : President of Citibank California Lisa Johnson : Area Manager James McGaran : Branch Manager of Los Angeles Area Branch. Lisa Johnson Los Angeles area Manager. Joined the company in 1978 in Chicago and moved to California in early 1988. Her area was the biggest in the division and included two regions that had previously been managed separately. Supported many managers and was well versed with the events in each branch. James mcgaran Working in the banking industry...

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Case Study-James Hardie

Executive summary: This report serves to analyze the external and internal environment of James Hardie and explain the important of managerial ethics and corporation social responsibility. In James Hardie case, since the managers solely pursued profit maximization, it neglected employee’s safe and health, which result in 137 young worker died due to asbestos-related diseases. Money as the single bottom line is increasingly a thing of past. Pursued profit leads to unethical management, propagate...

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Citibank Performance Evaluation

major objectives of the case is that Citibank has aligned its new performance evaluation process to inculcate non financial measures in the performance evaluation and thereby highlighting the importance of diverse set of measures for evaluating performance it has been a year since the California division has introduced this change through a new performance scorecard and Citibank has to make sure that the change is communicated throughout the organisation. * The Citibank California division has...

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Case Study James Dyson

JAMES DYSON CASE Introduction You know the feeling when some everyday product lets you down. You wish someone could solve the problem. James Dyson does that. He is a man who likes to make things work better. With his research team he has developed products that have achieved sales of over $10 billion worldwide. In 1978, while vacuuming his home, James Dyson realized his bag vacuum cleaner was constantly losing suction power. He noticed how dust quickly clogged the pores of the bag and blocked...

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Citibank Case

Case 6: CitiBank 1. On a social standpoint, CitiBank is faced with more of their customers expanding their businesses globally and becoming e-enabled. Hence, CitiBank had to adapt to this new social trend by shifting to e-space. For instance, sophisticated, corporate customers wanted to collect payments online and have access to more efficient Web-enabled financial processes. Politically, regulators who became more cautious about privacy issues and wanted banks to be able to quickly identify...

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