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Surina Shukri

Surina Shukri

Head of Strategy, Business Management & Innovation, Middle Market Banking & Specialized Industries

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Greater New York City Area, us

WHAT I DO is help organizations build, enable, empower and execute. I develop and operationalize vision, solve problems and make good things great. HOW I DO IT is through a combination of R&D, execution and client skills. WHY I'VE DONE IT SUCCESSFULLY is because I lead with passion, creative flair and a dash of fun. My p...

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JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Head of Strategy, Business Management & Innovation, Middle Market Banking & Specialized Industries

Recruited to build out business management function for MMBSI, the largest business unit within Commercial Banking (CB) with revenue of $3.2B, loans of $57B, deposits of $105B and 2,500 employees across 110 offices nationally
Extensive scope of responsibilities spanning strategy development, data management and reporting, project management, field support, internal communications and cross line of business partnerships
Responsible for translating organizational goals into departmental actions

Impact:
Leadership through change
Organizational design and efficiency
Analytics & insights
Building a proprietary CRM system through agile development
New business development through prospect identification
Finance and business administration

Organizations often place a lot of value on star employees who outperform others. And yet, this isn't what drives the most high-achieving teams. It is social cohesion — built every coffee break, every time one team member asks another for help — that lead

Organizations are often run according to "the superchicken model," where the value is placed on star employees who outperform others. And yet, this isn't what drives the most high-achieving teams. Business leader Margaret Heffernan observes that it is...

Margaret heffernan why it s time to forget the pecking order at work?utm source=linkedin