You are here

Resources to help you teach online

See our resources page for information, support and best practices.

Due to the current restrictions in place, our inspection copy policy has changed. Please refer to our updated inspection copy policy for details.

Transformational Leadership in Banking
Share

Transformational Leadership in Banking
Challenges of Governance, Leadership and HR in a Digital and Disruptive World

First Edition
Edited by:
  • Anil K. Khandelwal - Former Chairman and Managing Director of Bank of Baroda and Dena Bank, India


April 2021 | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Transformational Leadership in Banking: Challenges of Governance, Leadership and HR in a Digital and Disruptive World by Anil K. Khandelwal offers a roadmap on leadership which is all about converting adversity into an opportunity for transformation. Through an excellent set of articles, case studies and interviews, this book offers a way forward for transformational leadership of the Indian banks.

Despite their many achievements, public sector banks continue to face several challenges, such as increasing non-performing assets, depleting market share and low market capitalization. In the context of competition and digitalization requiring new business models, this book argues for a fundamental shift in the structure and process of governance, including board-level autonomy, CEOs tenure and compensation, people process, talent development and building a leadership pipeline, to make banks resilient, strong and future-proof. 

A must-read for anyone interested in the health of Indian banking.
 
Foreword by Vinod Rai
 
Preface
 
Acknowledgements
 
Introduction
 
PART I Essays from Academics and Practitioners
 
SECTION I Future Banking Environment
M. S. Sriram
The Changing Context of Governance and Leadership in Public Sector Banks
Sushil Saluja
Banking on Change: The Digital Revolution Is Now Here
Akhil Handa
Future of Work in BFSI Organizations
 
SECTION II Governance
Late N. Balasubramanian
Human Capital and Ethical Bank Governance: Some Perspectives from India
Anujayesh Krishna
Leadership Choices in Building Better Governance: Regulation or Culture
Anil K. Khandelwal and Anujayesh Krishna
Strategic Human Capital Management and Banking Governance: An Unexplored Symbiotic Relationship in PSBs
Atul Kumar
Honouring Legacy while Embracing Evolution: The Ethics Narrative in SBI
 
SECTION III Leadership
Anil K. Khandelwal
Banking Transformation as a Leadership Experience: Fifteen Actionable Insights from the Trenches
Late Pritam Singh and Asha Bhandarker
Organizational Transformational: Agenda for Indian Banks
Abinash Panda
Grooming Leaders in Public Sector Banks: Proposing a Leadership Development Process
Raj Bowen
Coaching and Mentoring- The Unsung and Underutilized Warriors of Leadership Development
Anil Sachdev and Shyam Viswanathan
Crafting and ‘Living’ the Bank’s Culture: Notes from the Field
Prasenjit Bhattacharya
Leadership in Times of Crisis: Lessons from COVID- 19 Crisis
Gordhan K. Saini
Employer Branding to Build Human Capital Advantage
Kuriakose Mamkoottam
Trade Unions in the Digital Economy with Special Reference to the Banking Sector in India
 
SECTION IV Human Resources
Nishchae Suri
Skilling Is a New Currency: Are You a Learning Organization?
Rajiv Jayaraman
A New Manifesto for CHROs in the Era of Digital Change
Rajeshwari Narendran
A Journey from Transactional to Transformational Function: HR Research Value Add in Banking
M. Mahapatra
Challenges of HR in Indian Public Sector Banks: Reflections and Confessions of a CEO
Prakash Ranjan
A Passionate Journey of Continuous Transformation in HR
Ashish Pandey
Wellness and Yoga: Investment for the Bankers
 
PART II Case Studies
Alok Kumar Choudhary and M. Jayashree Reddy
HR as Strategic Business Partner in SBI Transformation
Joydeep Dutta Roy
Sustainable People Processes and Leadership Development in Bank of Baroda
T. K. Srirang and Soumendra N. Mattagajasingh
The Human Resources Story of ICICI Bank
Brajeshwar Sharma
Digital Transformation of HR at Union Bank of India
 
PART III Perspectives from Experts
Kewal Handa
An area of grave concern is the fear psychosis in the executives
Ajay Nanavati
You need best-in-class leaders to shift the titanic
Ravi Venkatesan and Biju Varkkey
Unless management has sufficient autonomy in HR and governance structure, PSBs will move from one problem to another
H. Krishnamurthy
Bank directors require training in specific areas of technology
T. V. Rao
HR function requires huge transformation in terms of its structure, processes and competencies
Arun M. Kumar
Boards must objectively hold mirror to themselves, reflect on their own capabilities and contributions
 
Index

For instructors

This book is not available as an inspection copy. For more information contact your local sales representative.

Select a Purchasing Option

ISBN: 9789353887568
£32.00