Rob parson case study – intro to morgan stanley / problems

WRITE A 2 1/2 TO 3 PAGE PAPER ABOUT (INTRO) TO MORGAN STANLEY IN REGARDS TO THE ROB PARSON’S CASE STUDY & THE PROBLEMS WITH THE CASE.  ALL THE NOTES ARE BELOW AND NEED TO BE MADE INTO PAPER FORMAT APA (2 1/2 TO 3 PAGES).  ATTACHED IS THE CASE STUDY; BUT ONLY WANT THE PAPER BASE ON THE INTRO (ABOUT MORGAN STANLEY) AND THE PROBLEMS LISTED BELOW.  AGAIN LOOK AT THE NOTES BELOW AND ADD TO IT IF NEED BE!  NO PLAGIARISM.  THANK YOU.  

Intro to Morgan Stanley

 –summary

Morgan Stanley is an American multinational financial services corporation headquartered in the Morgan Stanley Building, Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Morgan Stanley operates in more than 42 countries and has more 60,000 employees.  Morgan Stanley is a global leader in executing transactions in cash equity and equity-related products for institutional clients around the world; to include stocks, global depository receipts and exchange-traded funds.  Morgan Stanley is differentiated by the caliber of our diverse team. Their culture of access and inclusion has built our legacy and shapes our future, helping to strengthen our business and bring value to clients.  Their firm’s commitment to sustainability informs our operations, governance, risk management, diversity efforts, philanthropy and research.  

-vision

“One-Firm Firm”

 –culture

DO THE RIGHT THING

Act with integrity

Think like an owner to create long-term shareholder value

Value and reward honesty and character

PUT CLIENTS FIRST 

Keep the client’s interests first

Work with colleagues to deliver the best of the Firm to every client

Listen to what the client is saying and needs

LEAD WITH EXCEPTIONAL IDEAS 

Win by breaking new ground

Leverage different perspectives to gain new insight

Drive innovation

Be vigilant about what we can do better

COMMIT TO DIVERSITY & INCLUSION 

Value individual and cultural differences as a defining strength

Champion an environment where all employees feel a sense of belonging—are heard, seen and respected

Expect everyone to challenge behavior counter to our culture of inclusion

Attract, develop and retain talent reflecting the full diversity of society

GIVE BACK

Serve our communities generously with our expertise, time and money

Build a better firm for the future by contributing to our culture

Develop our talent through mentoring and sponsorship

mission/goals

Our goal is to be the world’s best investment bank and the Firm of choice for our clients, our people, and our shareholders. 

We will succeed by meeting the global needs of our clients-both providers and users of capital-at a level of performance which is exceptional. This commitment to add maximum value will be characterized by extraordinary effort and innovation, and by conducting ourselves with absolute integrity. 

Morgan Stanley’s people are the source of our competitive advantage. We will distinguish ourselves by creating an environment that fosters teamwork and innovation, by developing and utilizing our employees’ abilities to the fullest, and by treating each other with dignity and respect. 

Closing of the intro to Morgan Stanley:

The mission statement, and the “one firm” vision were intended to reorient the firm towards 

an increasingly complex, fast-paced, global industry. The Morgan Stanley leadership recognized that clients interacted with the firm at many different points of intersection. It was important, from a business perspective, to provide a unified face to the customers and also to have mechanisms in place to effectively coordinate work across the firm. 

Problems:

Paul Nasr has promised a promotion to Rob Parson from capital services to managing director when he recruited him to Morgan Stanley.

Rob Parsons was not complying with the culture of Morgan Stanley and had violated some of the norms set by Morgan Stanley when it comes to adapting to the work environment.

Paul Nasr has not been giving Rob Parson the feedback that was needed at the right time.