In a time of growing legal pressure for credit union board members, Patrick Sickels covers the most important legal requirements and case study examples in this two part series.
Chip Filson details why high barriers to entry are forcing new innovation to take less traditional forms in the financial industry.
Thomas Hull wants you to make the most of your data, and he’s got ten easy tips to help you use that data to understand and serve your members better.
Monica Boguszewski was terrified of cross selling, until she realized the opportunity it created for her members to learn about helpful services. Now, she wants to make sure your training your staff to do the same.
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.
It seems like everyone is obsessed with going paperless these days. While this can be money and time saving, it’s best not to dive in headfirst with unrealistic expectations. John Beauchamp will help you figure out where to go paperless, and where to take it slow.
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.