Management guru Tom Peters says bankers have a tough job in 2014, needing to innovate to a level they haven't before

By Gareth Vaughan

Bankers in 2014 have a tough job, says management guru and author Tom Peters, needing to innovate to a level they haven't previously and avoid being Luddites.

Peters, in Auckland to speak at the New Zealand Initiative's annual members retreat, told how he recently "feel in love" with a group of bankers he met in his native United States.

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such complexities havent worked in the past, and have always been expensive failures.
fix the system, not more "alternative therapies"