Chip Filson details why high barriers to entry are forcing new innovation to take less traditional forms in the financial industry.
The financial crisis and high profile failures of companies like Enron has prompted companies to take a harder look at their oversight and board governance. Chip Filson looks at those measures and wonders if credit unions should be doing the same.
If you’re an avid movie goer, you might have noticed that you don’t see credit unions in films that often. Is this irrelevant? Or does it signal a lack of brand awareness or a marketing shortcoming in the industry? Emily Claus has some theories.
Millennials tend to be a bit of a head scratcher when it comes to guessing what will appeal to them the most. Thankfully, Megan Ernsberger has solved the mystery, and as it turns out, they’re just like everyone else!
Renewing credit union membership with younger generations is important, but so is renewing leadership with young entrepreneurs. Chip Filson discusses the need for more encouragement of young leaders and for the NCUA to loosen the barriers to new credit unions.
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.