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Bank 2.0: How customer behaviour and technology wi&hellip by Brett King
Banks are established institutions dating back to early Middle Ages who have survived many revolutions. Most of these revolutions wiped them off the map because these venerables entities could not grasp the set and pace of changes around them. The latest iteration of technological advancements proposes the reenaction of the past - but also holds a promise for a transformation of services - as revolution all do.

That's basically the sum-up of Bank 2.0 - and that's absolutely the most useful book for bankers. Most of the books just tell you the stories where innovation happened and why that matter. Bank 2.0 tells you, where it is going to happen in the next several years. To best… Read more
Innovation and the Future Proof Bank: A Practical &hellip by James A Gardner
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James' book tells of a great many stories about how banks can innovate and what it is - as banking innovation is an oxymoron. The need is self-explanatory - new technologies made possible new ways for customers to transact both online and offline - gave birth to new players that may exclude banks from the consumption-chain of customers. Banks should adapt to new realities fast - and act on them. That largely made possible phone-banking, e-banking and m-banking. Storytelling of banks who've succeeded in innovating is probably nothing new - but "Innovation and the Future Proof Bank" completes the story with a foundational chapter - how Innovation is made real - what are the recipes and the… Read more

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