RBS banks on talent to take the lead on change

Churchard, Claire
July 2009
People Management;7/16/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 15, p11
The article reports on the talent management initiatives of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to help the bank achieve future business success, as discussed by group human resources (HR) director Neil Roden at a talent management conference in London, England organised by the "Economist" in 2009. RBS plans to bring in 360-degree feedback for executive managers and six-monthly reviews, as well as to change its approach to recruiting from outside.


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