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Morgan Stanley

Origins The Morgan banking legacy dates way back to the mid of 1800, when Junior S. Morgan joined the company in his late thirties that, in the future, eventually become the world renowned J.P Morgan and Co... His son,J. Pierpont Morgan , who was to be the founder of J.P Morgan and Co., was the financial titan of his day, acting as the United States’s unofficial banker, recognizing its railroad and helping to form great industrial combinations, such as General Electrics and U.S Steels. J.P Morgan Jr. succeeded...

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Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley

experience Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley (A) Contents Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley (A) 1 Contents 2 Provide a background of the case 3 Should Rob Parson be promoted? 3 Exhibit 3. 4 Conduct the performance appraisal conversation 5 Background Under the leadership of John Mack,Morgan Stanley was transforming itself into a "One-Firm Firm."They're very value their employee.They treating each other with dignity and respect.ohn Mack recruit Paul Nasr to join Morgan Stanley who would shape up the...

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The Recruitment Process of Morgan Stanley

HRM Case 4 – Rob Parson The given case describes the general hiring process of Morgan Stanley and how their employees are evaluated. The main purpose of this text is the evaluation of Rob Parson and whether or whether not he is suited for a promotion becoming managing director of a certain branch of the company. The text gives a description about Rob Parson past, academically in his job career prior to Morgan Stanley and how his colleagues describe him. In addition to this Paul Nasr is also described...

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Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley

Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley Morgan Stanley is a global financial services firm headquartered in New York City serving a diversified group of corporations, governments, financial institutions, and individuals. Morgan Stanley also operates in 36 countries around the world, with over 600 offices and a workforce of over 60,000. Paul Nasr, as senior managing director in Morgan Stanley thought the performance evaluation data for his brilliant producer, Rob Parson. Parson was a strong revenue producer...

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Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley

Striking the Balance of High-performance and High-value Rob Parson, a young banker with strong relationships with the important players and a proven track record in the financial services, made significant gains in building Morgan Stanley’s reputation and revenues in the financial services sector (“Rob Parson,” pp. 90, 93). He has thorough marketing and product knowledge, approaches and works with clients brilliantly, and pursues the business aggressively and successfully (“Rob Parson,” pp. 95...

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Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley

which gives an overview of his general performance in fulfill his job requirement in Morgan Stanley. Then for internal , we would like to measure Parson internally that is how Rob Parson acts as a employee in Morgan Stanley including how Parson’s value and performance aligned with the values of Morgan Stanley? Actually, in term of profit making, Parson has done a great job; he made significant gains in building Morgan Stanley’s reputation and revenues. He has been instrumental in securing first time...

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Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley (a)

Case Analysis: Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley (A) 1. Evaluate the effectiveness of the Morgan Stanley performance assessment and management system. The primary source of performance assessment at the firm is a multi-source 360 degree feedback tool. The secondary source is an employee’s self assessment. There are a number of issues as to why the primary tool is not effective in truly assessing the performance of an employee at Morgan Stanley. The first issue surrounds the reliability of...

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Morgan Stanley 360

Morgan Stanley: The 360 Performance Evaluation Process ▪ 1993: Morgan Stanley (MS) implements firmwide 360-degree evaluation process for over 2,000 professional employees at cost of over $1.5M. ▪ MS’s HR department is called Office of Development; Chief Development Officer is Tom DeLong The New System: ▪ Guiding Principle: 360-degree feedback solicited from: o Superiors ...

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"Rob Parsons at Morgan Stanley"

does not act as properly as others from these types of elite schools. Should this be frowned upon or admired due to his ability to take risks. What do you think, should he get it or not? Read to see what I thought. Rob Parson at Morgan Stanley Rob Parson joined Morgan Stanley as a market coverage professional in the Capital Markets division focusing on financial institutions with ten years of experience in the banking and insurance industries. He has built strong relationships within these industries...

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SWOT Analysis Of Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley SWOT Analysis. (2016). Morgan Stanley SWOT Analysis, 1-7. This article is about the company Morgan Stanley. This article is a SWOT Analysis on the company from 2015. They first go by saying that they made 35,155 million in 2015. That they have also increased the amount of revenue from 2014 by 2.6 percent. The article than goes into explain the SWOT analysis of the company which is a financial firm. It goes into saying that one of many strengths of the company is that it has corporate...

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