Private Banking

Author: Boris F. J. Collardi
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470826991
Size: 77.16 MB
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Private Banking from the Author: Boris F. J. Collardi. An insightful overview of the keys to world-class client service in the private banking sector As the number of wealthy individuals around the world increases, private banking and wealth management companies have grown to keep pace. After the fast growth the long term success is predicated on both winning and keeping clients, making a client-centric model a must. Private Banking: Building a Culture of Excellence provides a clear, easy-to-follow guide to building a committed base, written by an industry expert. Presenting an overview of the elements required to build a successful and client-focused private bank that delivers the kind of care and excellence wealthy clients demand, the book even includes real-life examples for a better understanding of concepts and, to help you achieve your goal. Outlines how to implement a practical strategy for success in the growing private banking sector Explores the key drivers in the private banking industry as well as the most recent developments in the environment to help you stay on top of customer demands Includes case studies and other resources to show the keys to private banking done right in action Private Banking provides useful, hands-on advice for building a strong, lasting business in the private banking sector.

Lead With Your Customer

Author: Mark David Jones
Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 1562867156
Size: 19.91 MB
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Lead With Your Customer from the Author: Mark David Jones. Business.

The Road To Academic Excellence

Author: Philip G. Altbach
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 0821388061
Size: 25.20 MB
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The Road To Academic Excellence from the Author: Philip G. Altbach. This book examines the experience of 11 universities in nine countries around the world that have grappled with the challenge of building successful research institutions in difficult circumstances and outlines key lessons of from this experience.

Paths To A World Class University

Author: Qi Wang
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9460913555
Size: 42.57 MB
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Paths To A World Class University from the Author: Qi Wang. Within higher education, world-class universities are regarded as elite research universities and play a critical role in developing human resources and generating new knowledge in the context of a knowledge-based economy. Governments around the world have made the operation of their universities at the cutting edge of intellectual and scientific development their policy priority; and top universities make every effort to compete at this global stage. “Paths to A World-Class University” provides insights into recent and ongoing experiences of building world-class universities, both at a national level and at an institutional level. It collects fifteen essays, most of which originated from papers presented at “The Third International Conference on World-Class Universities”, held in November 2009 in Shanghai, China, and organised by the Center for World-Class Universities of Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Divided into two parts, the book: - focuses on the role of world-class universities in national systems; and - looks at institutional experiences and lessons in building world-class universities. This book not only represents a contribution to the ongoing discussion on the topic of building world-class universities, but can be seen a continuation of the previous two volumes on this topic - “World-Class Universities and Ranking: Aiming beyond Status” and “The World-Class University as Part of a New Higher Education Paradigm: From Institutional Qualities to Systemic Excellence”. All three books will be useful reading for students and academics in higher education generally, in addition to policy makers and informed practitioners.

Private Universities In Latin America

Author: G. Gregorutti
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137479388
Size: 19.88 MB
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Private Universities In Latin America from the Author: G. Gregorutti. Using policy analysis and case study approaches, Private Universities in Latin America examines the significant amounts of research and innovation being made available from private universities in Latin America.

World Class

Author: Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684825228
Size: 63.87 MB
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World Class from the Author: Rosabeth Moss Kanter. Shows how to turn globalization into opportunity--to grow new businesses, create new jobs, revitalize regions, and develop international cities of the future

Collaboration Communities And Competition

Author: Samuel Dent
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9463511229
Size: 46.38 MB
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Collaboration Communities And Competition from the Author: Samuel Dent. Higher Education providers face enormous challenges in an increasingly competitive and globalised environment. It is perhaps obvious to those engaged in teaching and research that academia is both a competitive and a collaborative endeavour. Many national systems now assume in their legal or governance frameworks competitive rather than co-operative behaviour and increasingly regulate based on that assumption. Institutional leaders and educators wrestle with the issues around the commoditisation of learning and the pressure to treat students as customers. In tandem, students themselves are experiencing cuts in public financing and a transfer of the cost burden to them as the perceived private beneficiaries of a product. This book asks whether there is an alternative approach to this now transnational competitive logic. Can collaboration and partnership (re-)emerge as an antidote to the consumerist and competitive approaches taken by governments toward regulating their higher education systems? The question of competition, collaboration and community is addressed here at three levels of analysis. The macro-level or the international system level, observes competition and collaboration between countries and between institutions. The meso-level, includes competition and collaboration between academics and students, and at inter- and intra-disciplinary levels across organisational boundaries. Finally, competition and collaboration at the micro-level considers the interface between individual academics, and between academics and students as learners.

A Financial Tale Of Two Cities

Author: Jim Bain
Publisher: UNSW Press
ISBN: 9780868409634
Size: 79.86 MB
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A Financial Tale Of Two Cities from the Author: Jim Bain. Describes the intense commercial rivalry between Sydney and Melbourne over a period of 150 years. While Sydney was established nearly 50 years before Melbourne, the great wealth generated by the Victorian goldfields soon gave Melbourne an unassailable position as the continent's richest center of commerce. The story of this contest for commercial supremacy is based on Jim Bain's own long experience in the Australian financial-services industry, and particularly his exposure to the competition and fierce rivalry that existed between the leading Melbourne- and Sydney-based banks, merchant banks, fund managers and stockbrokers. Bain focuses on the roles played by several financial institutions—and key personalities—over many decades.

Making Policy In Turbulent Times

Author: Paul Axelrod
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 1553393368
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Making Policy In Turbulent Times from the Author: Paul Axelrod. How is policy made in higher education, particularly in the wake of recent economic turbulence? Has policy development converged internationally, and if so, what impact has this had on academic life and institutions? What role does policy-oriented research play in shaping the direction of higher education? Are universities grappling in common ways with issues of access and equity? Making Policy in Turbulent Times provides a historically informed and nuanced response to these and other questions. Distinguished scholars and administrators from across the globe identify economic challenges and pressures facing universities, compare policy developments in numerous jurisdictions, and demonstrate the ways in which networks and lobbyists achieve results. Cogently argued, Making Policy in Turbulent Times contributes significantly to new research, and will be of great interest to scholars and practitioners alike.

The Entrepreneurship Movement And The University

Author: C. Sá
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 113740101X
Size: 16.98 MB
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The Entrepreneurship Movement And The University from the Author: C. Sá. Entrepreneurship is widely embraced today in political discourse, popular culture, and economic policy prescriptions. Several groups actively promote entrepreneurial thinking and practices in higher education. This book examines how this 'Entrepreneurship Movement' impacts higher education in Canada and the United States.