Richard M. Greenwood is trying to revolutionize the way ailing Fidelity Federal Bank of Glendale, Calif., does business.

Since he took over the $3.7 billion-asset company in June 1992 he's been crafting a strategy where a sales force can do everything from originate mortgages to sell mutual funds, with backup from employees who process the paperwork.

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