If credit unions want to stay two steps ahead of theircompetitors, a lofty yet doable goal is ensuring that their boards,supervisory committees and auditors put their differences aside andget on the same page

“Education and elbow grease are needed to make this happen,”explained Susan Mitchell, CEO of Mitchell, Stankovic & Associates, aboard governance consulting firm in Boulder City, Nev.

“It isn’t a choice, it’s a necessity,” she continued. “When yourlivelihood is dependent upon consistent results, you bridge thesegaps. Yes, there are real obstacles, real systemic concerns but thealternative is not acceptable. Fresh approaches will beneeded.”

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