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Training standards

Category: Bank Management

Setting training standards to guarantee relevant training means Obviously, western course material often has to be adapted. This is why some schools (R.B.T.C., Tashkent, for example) have introduced «Faculty Development» weeks, during which western and local trainers discuss existing training material and develop it further.



Conditions for training effectiveness

Category: Bank Management

Conditions for training effectiveness: how to enhance the effectiveness of training? When the relevant objectives have been defined and motivation of the bank and the trainees obtained, there are still several things to do to ensure the effectiveness of the training: choosing accurate pedagogical approach, elaborating efficient training tools, obtaining participation of the most adapted […]



The highest motivations for training

Category: Bank Management

The second thing that is a must, is to insure the highest motivations for training. It can, moreover, be a precondition in order to increase turnover and/or to be able to charge higher course fees. In fact, since the introduction of course fees for bank training in C.I.S. countries, there have often been less managers […]



Improve the effectiveness of a training

Category: Bank Management

To improve the effectiveness of a training, the first thing to do is to define exactly what its purposes are, and, thus, what needs it is meant to cover. Knowledge of the needs: needs definition has too often been hastily compiled and defined without active co-operation of the concerned banks’ top management.



Training as a mean to change C.I.S. banks

Category: Bank Management

A lot of efforts have been made in the training of bankers area. They did not always reach all the expected success. Short seminars are often considered as not being concrete (practical) enough to help solve today’s problem*.



Operationalisation of the change process

Category: Bank Management

After having analysed the changing situation and defined the best logical ways to realise the expected changes, the project leader has to set-up the concrete and material conditions for the implementation of the change.



Planning the change process (stages of an efficient problem solving method)

Category: Bank Management

Any change process is made of successive steps that should be followed carefully. In a concrete fashion, to proceed by logical progression, any change project has to be broken down into phases.



Methodology for changing C.I.S. banks

Category: Bank Management

This third part of the handbook is meant to suggest a coherent overall approach of the management of the changes that have to be completed in the C.I.S. banks, suggesting improvements to be implemented, as much as possible in terms of ways to do things: how to manage to achieve efficiently the required changes?



Different parameters for the management of a commercial bank. The Price Effect

Category: Bank Management

The net Income derived from margins on interests is sensitive to the variations of interest rates On the credit side, the debit interest rates register the variations immediately; on the resources side, the credit interest rates register the variations slowly.



Prudential ratios. Risk cover and division ratios. Liquidity ratio

Category: Bank Management

If the above-mentioned risks materialise they can have serious consequences on a credit institution alone but also on the whole banking system.





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