In 2012, the World Bank was important questions regarding its future strategy and mission. The Bank should continue to focus on micro-level initiatives such as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), or return to the traditional macro-level financial support? Was the role of the Bank as a source of funds for developing countries still relevant? Emerging nations should be given a greater role in the governance structure? Most importantly, was Jim Yong Kim, a U.S. National Park, right … Read more »

In 2012, the World Bank was important questions regarding its future strategy and mission. The Bank should continue to focus on micro-level initiatives such as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), or return to the traditional macro-level financial support? Was the role of the Bank as a source of funds for developing countries still relevant? Emerging nations should be given a greater role in the governance structure? Most importantly, was Jim Yong Kim, a U.S. National Park, the right choice of bank run in preference to highly qualified candidates from developing countries?
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Lakshmi Iyer,
Ian McKown Cornell
Source: Harvard Business School
28 pages.
Release Date: 13 November 2012. Prod #: 713 013 PDF-ENG
The World Bank in 2012: Choosing a Leader HBR case solution

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