An important skill for an agile credit union is the ability to be decisive in indecisive times.
LAS VEGAS — Executives spend so much time logically, thoughtfully planning their next moves. But often what wins is a byproduct of serendipity and chance.
Management thinking is inherently faddish, but there are some favorite themes that never fall out of favor. Innovation is one those evergreen themes: it is a rare CEO who doesn't list innovation as one her top four or five priorities.
Rekindle initiative urges credit unions to work together to create innovative expense reducing and revenue-generating ideas.
Here's an audio-visual roundup of some of the best speakers and ideas shared at the CU Water Cooler Symposium held Oct. 4-5 in Nashville, Tenn.
This past month at the Credit Union Leadership Forum’s Edu-Leader Leadership Learning Series we focused on innovation, which can be one of the most challenging issues for credit unions.
The National Credit Union Foundation has teamed up with one of the largest financial think tanks in the country, the Center for Financial Services Innovation, to find a big idea to fund this year.
Innovation requires dexterity, focusing on execution for the near-term while creating for the future.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Forget about branding, storytelling or whatever the next marketing trend may be.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The CU Water Cooler Symposium got under way on Thursday, including a thought-provoking session with Brent Dixon.