John Mack, the newly appointed president of Morgan Stanley, feels strongly that the company change to must compete in a changing environment investment banking. Mack and his senior team take initiatives to transform the culture and the way the business from individualistic to team-oriented. The case provides detailed information about the existing culture of Morgan Stanley and systems and the types of changes that hopes to make it. Morgan Stanley sees the human re … Read more »

John Mack, the newly appointed president of Morgan Stanley, feels strongly that the company change to must compete in a changing environment investment banking. Mack and his senior team take initiatives to transform the culture and the way the business from individualistic to team-oriented. The case provides detailed information about the existing culture of Morgan Stanley and systems and the types of changes that hopes to make it. Morgan Stanley sees the human resource management systems as a tool to achieve strategic goals.
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Diane M. Burton,
Katherine Lawrence,
Thomas J. DeLong
Source: Harvard Business School
13 pages.
Publication Date: Dec 20, 1999. Prod #: 400043-PDF-ENG
Morgan Stanley: Becoming a “One-Firm Firm” HBR case solution

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