Having the courage to do what is right is more critical today than ever.
I spent a few hours driving to the Credit Union Reality Check conference last week and it afforded me time to ponder various things, like how Siri can provide one set of directions on one trip and different ones on the next trip to the same location. But I was...
This week's Opinion column from Editor/Publisher Sarah Snell Cooke draws on the wisdom of others, with a nod to supplemental capital.
No job is harder for a board of directors of a credit union, but no job is more crucial than knowing when to separate the cooperative from a lagging chief executive officer and having the strength to act.
This provocative topic is the focus of this preview from next week's print edition of Credit Union Times.
Topics include managing both CEOs’ visions for success, tips for leadership teams working together, regulatory approval and due diligence processes.
Credit Union Times hosting panel of experts in free session on topics including governance, managing both CEOs' visions and post-merger integration.
Friends, Friday, Aug. 3 will be my final day as publisher of Credit Union Times. The time has come to move on to new challenges and make room for the next generation of professionals.
Call Ed Speed, CEO of $1.8 billion Texas Dow Employees Credit Union in Lake Jackson, Texas, a maverick. That is a reputation he has won as he has pulled his institution out of credit union industry mainstays such as CUNA and the Texas league.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Corporate governance consultant Stuart Levine picked apart problems with credit union governance through a series of interactive questions.