This Opinion piece argues for the inclusion of more women on boards, for the organization's sake.
Building and maintaining a culture that supports diversity and inclusion is the role of today’s leader. This includes recruiting, valuing and respecting people from different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.
This Opinion piece argues that meeting a board's responsibility requires members with intellectual curiousity.
In talking with other volunteers in the credit union industry, I find it interesting that we almost always face the same major issues.
To excel in today’s competitive environment, boards must be willing to make bold decisions. However, bold decisions can be risky, particularly for directors worried about protecting their personal assets. Directors should feel comfortable being decisive without the threat of litigation hanging over their heads.
Some veteran board members quip they can remember the days when their biggest challenge was choosing the color for the carpet at the newest branch.
Angie Owens succeeds Vantage CU CEO Hubert Hoosman on CUSO Board.
The inductions of Elmer Dickens and Helen Walker at Mississippi league's annual meeting were first in the credit union’s 78 years.
Lund has served on CU Direct’s board since 2005, according to the Ontario, Calif.-based CUSO.
New white paper outlines how boards of directors can prepare for cloud computing to meet business objectives and risk tolerance.