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12 strategic questions for a bank CEO to reflect on


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1. When was the last time you introduced a truly life-changing product?

2. Small businesses are the life blood of our economy – is it in your blood?

3. Is there wealth at the bottom of your pyramid? Thought of being the ‘wholesale’ banker to tap this wealth?

4. How many ‘scientists’ work in your R&D lab?

5. The power of the intelligence you hold – what are you doing about it? 

6. What national economic challenges are you trying to address?

7. Are your conventional fixed-cost channels hungry enough for new business?

8. Sri Lanka’s ‘economic geography’ is changing – is yours?

9. How much ‘Jelly Fish’ is your structure?

10. Does your staff represent the ‘Generation Next’? 

11. What National Social KPIs will your CSR positively change? 

12. How genuinely ‘Green’ is your banking practice? (Beyond awards and accreditations!)


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