Tag Archives: Clearing The Bull
Book review – A very interesting review and response from an HR professional to the HR issues raised in Clearing The Bull.
A few years ago, I went to a reunion of my Cass Business School MBA class. Immediately on seeing me, one of my former classmates started laughing. I was, of course, puzzled and asked him what was so funny. He apologized for his outburst but confessed that, in the past several years, he had, on several different occasions, taken great pleasure in telling some of his friends a joke about me.
I will share that joke with you. Continue reading
The following is the fourth in a series of articles on bank risk culture. The previous articles can be accessed here or by clicking the HOME tab on the blog.
Thus far in this series on bank risk culture we are beginning to understand that there is really no such thing as a separate bank or organisational risk culture and that cultural change cannot be invoked by merely adding more rules and regulations. Continue reading
Address to the City Book Fair in London by Jonathan Ledwidge.
Clearing The Bull (Part 1) – Ending 30 Years Of Banking Failures What banks must first do to stop repeating their history of failure.
Clearing The Bull (Part 2) – Why Banks Are Still In Trouble The moment of clarity banks need if they are to make real progress.
Clearing The Bull (Part 3) – How Banks Must Change An insider’s view on making the banking industry more human and more competitively and economically sustainable.
Jonathan Ledwidge is the author of the book Clearing The Bull: The Financial Crisis And Why Banks Need A Human Transformation.