When CU Times first published in 1990, a locking USPS mailbox was the most urgent member account security message. My, how things have changed.
Diversity must be more than just cliché. True diversity must be substantive and participatory.
Don't get stuck dwelling on "should've" and "could've", it only stops progress, growth.
Boards must focus on organizational culture, as talent drives long-term results.
Chase urges credit unions to go beyond basic collaboration to make a difference in communities served.
Women face more pressure at work, especially once they find success. Why decompressing matters.
Who needs a board and management when the NCUA can manage credit unions remotely through regs like RBC?
CU Strategic Planning's Jamie Chase, who grew up in a cooperative village, elevates credit union collaboration into social engineering.
Credit unions can grow lush gardens of members and loans, but only if they aren't viciously pruned by regulators.
Serving immigrant communities matter, and not just in terms of dollars and cents.