Are today’s credit union thought leaders helping or hurting the industry they hope to inspire? Randy Karnes addresses the risk of piling on expectations and best practices on credit unions, and the anxiety it might be creating.
When does it make sense to seek the assistance of a consultant? ATL FCU President/CEO Robert Shane gives his thoughts on where credit unions might be going wrong when dealing with consultants, and how they can maximize their return when a consultant is needed.
CU*Answers CEO Randy Karnes discusses the power of harnessing the power of collaboration and cooperation, and why it needs to be approached as an effective business design for win-win outcomes.
CU*Answers held its Annual Leadership Conference discussing the future of the industry and of CU*Answers as it moves forward into 2020. Check out the key takeaways from each section of the event!
When’s the right time to consider a core processing change? Sometimes it can seem like never what with bad experiences, juggling contracts, and reluctance to change. Scott Collins identifies how a cooperative solution can help lift you over the hurdles to making that change.
Success in business comes not only from having a plan, but from being willing to adapt that plan to life’s circumstances. Check out CU*Answers COO Geoff Johnson’s insights on planning for business and life, and the necessity for adaptability in reaching your goals.
A week of intense debate and brainstorming between credit union CEOs, high level managers, and CU*Answers staff, during which overarching strategies for the future of internet retailing, teller platforms, and online and mobile tools were discussed.
Signalling a change in how CEOs and their business development executives can participate in creating the solutions our network will take to market, we’ll interact with CEOs and senior-level executives in our CUSO community who have a builder’s soul and want to work with us to build a future, based on what we all want to own and use.