Business model innovation is the new strategic imperative—by now, this is becoming more generally acknowledged. But companies routinely fail at self-reinvention because they are so busy pedaling the bicycle of their current business models they leave no time, attention, or resources to design, prototype, and test new ones.
For Jon Jeffreys, president of Credit Union Student Choice, credit union survival boils down to value and collaboration.
Remember the last time you went to your boss to ask for a raise, a bonus, or an increase in your budget?
Members serve as the conduit between the employees of the organization and any earnings potential that an organization may realize.
Our firm recently facilitated the successful merger of two credit unions. One of the fundamental issues that we focused on was the ability of the post-merger team to quickly establish and maintain productive working relationships with employees and members.
CFPB creator reported set to announce bid for Democratic nomination in Massachusetts.
Merging credit unions requires a strategic plan carefully followed to help ensure success.
It's unusual that an analyst will ask you to stop thinking about the far future, but I need you to back away from the Corning A Day Made of Glass video on YouTube. All that clear glass is clouding your vision.
I often hear British graduates expressing something like a physical revulsion at the idea that they might have to network their way into a job
"I want to pass something by you," I said to my friend Jori* who has lost 80 pounds over the past six months. "Our ability to lose weight is based on our willingness to suffer through discomfort. To be a little hungry and yet to resist the temptation of eating." "You're...