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INTRODUCTION
Morgan Stanley is one of the world's top
financial services companies.
And a leader in investment banking,
private wealth management, bonds and
stock trading.

Founded: September 5, 1935


Founders: Henry Sturgis Morgan, Harold Stanley
Headquarters: New York City, NY, United States of America
CEO: James P. Gorman
ONE FIRM FIRM- VISION
The vision of Morgan Stanley
was developed by John Mack
and his top executive team.
the worlds best investment
bank and the Firm of choice
for our clients, our people,
and our shareholders.
Succeed by exceptional
performance.
Our goal is to increase the
market share.
PAUL NASR & ROB PARSON
PAUL NASR:
Paul Nasr was a very highly
regarded banker.
With more than 20 years of
experience in Capital Market
Services.
ROB PARSON: Credited with building a
A recruit of Paul Nasr. formidable capital markets
A young banker who is business.
positioned as market
coverage professional
Strong reputation and
relationship with important
players.
Experience of lucrative field
Highly marketable and
enthusiastic about the
opportunities
SWOT ANALYSIS
PAUL:
WEAKNESS
STRENGTH 1. Always treated
1. 20 years of Rob gently with kid
experience gloves.
2. High regard 2. Less experienced
in Morgan Stanley

THREAT
OPPORTUNITY
1. Fear of loosing
1. Leadership
Rob Parson
2. Delivering the
2. Fear of group
capital market
members that Paul
services to the
is acting as
banks and
protector or as a
insurance
God Father
ROB:
STRENGTH
WEAKNESS
10years of experience
Difficulty to adjust
Strong revenue
Impatient
producer
Skeptical
Sharp tongued
Self- Denial
And proven track record
in financial services Lack of team player
skill
Strong relationship.
Insincere
Strong reputation
He can create a need

THREAT
OPPORTUNITY
Not adaptable to One
To become managing Firm Firm vision
director
Aggressive Behaviour
360 DEGREE EVALUATION

360 Degree Feedback Evaluations were performed by


superiors, subordinates, peers, and internal clients, which
enabled employees to receive a more wholesome feedback
on their performance.
Implemented by John Mack.
MINTZBERGs MANAGERIAL ROLES
IMPORTANCE OF FEEDBACK

To provide comprehensive
developmental feedback so
that employees could
continue to improve their
skills in four areas:
Market/Professional Skills;
Management and
Leadership effectiveness;
Commercial Orientation; and
Teamwork/One Firm
Contribution.
STAR PERFORMER

Passion
Determination
Talent
Self-discipline
Humility
Trust
Communication
Hard work
PROMOTE OR FIRE??
Parson should be up for
promotion because:
Morgan Stanley had an Up or
Out promotion system with
steep hierarchy.
Next option is to fire him and if
he is fired it would be great
loss to the firm.
Made significant gains in
building Morgan Stanleys
reputation and revenues.
Securing force time business
with more than 10 clients and
brought Morgan Stanley from
10th position to 3rd.
AVERAGE GROUP SCORES

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THANK YOU
FOR YOUR PATIENCE

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SUBMITTED BY: Avinash Kumar