Board chairman confirms exit of CEO of four years at $3.9 billion California credit union.
The best criteria for finding your next CEO is finding the best fit between what the credit union must do strategically and the person who can transform the credit union in the near future.
If your board members owned eight-track cassette players, remember the moon landing and use Touch of Gray, Jim McCormack thinks you may have a problem.
Succession planning was the topic of this Not for CEOs session taped at the GAC on Feb. 26, 2013.
Are you ready for the first Not For CEOs event in 2013?
Credit Union Times will present its first Not for CEOs live video stream event for 2013 on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the GAC. The topic? Succession planning.
SAN DIEGO — Without an executive benefits package for the entire executive team, credit unions risk losing potential CEO replacements to competitors.
Can we learn as fast as the world is changing?
Criteria established for both CEOs and succession planning candidates emerge and changes over time.
his past month, I attended a Deloitte conference hosted by its Center for Corporate Governance, including 1,000 directors across 30 locations, live from New York City. One of the most important topics and issues discussed is the board’s approach to succession planning.