Next Generation Of Banking

Once run by a few large banks, it has been taken over by smaller, more nimble and technology-driven disruptors who are putting the power back into the hands of consumers. Banks need a more customer-centric way to do business and to differentiate themselves in new ways.

This report series will explore the most crucial changes happening in the finance industry, and how legacy banks need to act today to be around tomorrow.

Chapter 1

This is part 1/3, diving into the world of finance exploring how traditional banks need to act today to be around tomorrow.

  • The current state of banking
  • 5 Key expectations that banks should be responding to with both services and communications
  • An opportunity for banks to begin exploring opportunities for self-disruption

Chapter 2

This is part 2/3, exploring how traditional banks can react, respond and adapt to keep up with the pace of change.

  • How banks can observe trends and expectations with effective monitoring
  • How banks can respond with innovations their audience need and want
  • How banks can quicken their ways of working for sustainable and accelerated innovation through seeing new competitors in a collaborative light

Chapter 3

This is part 3/3, and explores successful case examples of greater organizational transformation with focus on two crucial components to enable business to simply the challenges of tomorrow by working smarter today.

  • The two key approaches to organizational transformation within legacies, with focus on traditional banks
  • Several case studies of best practice transformation examples
  • Implications & actionable starting points for traditional banks to approach transformation in an effective way (minimize risk, maximize cooperation)

The New Normal.

The COVID-19 outbreak is a new global reality that arrived fast and unexpectly, resulting in the birth of completely unfamiliar business context. With the beginning of the new calendar and fiscal years, businesses have seen their plans for 2020 become obsolete over the course of a few weeks. Undoubtedly as part of immediate crisis management, business leaders are coping with today but also revising plans, projections and priorities for what many are calling the ‘New Normal’.