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Getting Serious About Strategy

Michael Hudson, Ph.D. December 05, 2014

A 5-step process to prepare your board for strategic planning success

Make Your Board More Strategic

Michael Hudson, Ph.D. April 10, 2014

Helping people used to thinking operationally think strategically takes practice. Here’s a five-step approach.

What to Look for in a Board Strategic Planning Consultant

Mark Sievewright March 04, 2014

Now is the time for credit unions to focus on how they can remain relevant and become prevalent over the long haul: How can we be future-proof? Creating an effective strategic planning process isn’t easy (nor should it be) and can benefit greatly from having a well-chosen industry professional act as facilitator. What are some key attributes you’ll want your facilitator to have?

Meet the Linksters

Meagan Johnson November 12, 2013

Credit unions are well aware of the importance of attracting Generation X and Y consumers to develop a younger clientele that will fuel growth into the future. There is another prime target market on the horizon that will soon populate your membership base and employee roster: the Linksters.

Don’t Delegate Mission Development

Michael Sessions, Ph.D. June 21, 2013

Boards need to stay close to their credit unions’ goals to better serve members—even when initiatives in support of doing so are difficult to measure.

The Seven Cooperative Principles: Concern for Community

Jac La Tour March 22, 2013

Evangelical Christian Credit Union delivers on  Cooperative Principle 7, through its loans to churches and it specialized services for Christian leaders around the world.

The Seven Cooperative Principles: Cooperation Among Cooperatives

Jeanne Pickens January 30, 2013

Rogue Federal Credit Union and four other local cooperatives in Southern Oregon have formed Rogue Co-ops to find ways to help local cooperatives succeed. Embodying Cooperative Principle 6, this unique coalition of cooperatives focuses on putting people first, innovating to meet members’ needs, and providing local service while being part of a global network.

The Seven Cooperative Principles: Education, Training and Information

Erika Bell January 03, 2013

Latino Community Credit Union offers a full range of accessible financial products and services designed to meet the needs of immigrant Latinos and low-income populations. Due to the high percentage of previously unbanked members, financial education—and Cooperative Principle 5—is a key component to the CU’s success.

The Seven Cooperative Principles: Autonomy and Independence

Michael Daugherty October 15, 2012

Community Plus Federal Credit Union became a Community Development Credit Union to enhance its ability to improve members’ financial lives as part of Cooperative Principle 4.

Put ‘More Cowbell’ in Your Strategic Planning Process

John A. Vardallas October 15, 2012

Focus more on members and the external environment, less on internal processes and rehashing historical data.

8 Elements of Marketing Every Board Should Understand

Les Wallace September 07, 2012

Knowing the answers to the following high-level questions may help you and your fellow directors understand the dynamics of marketing at your CU, ask the right questions, and establish the right support for your credit union’s marketing efforts.

The Seven Cooperative Principles: Democratic Control

Brigita Baltaca September 04, 2012

The Latvian credit union movement has re-emerged after Soviet control to meet member needs and serve as a model of Democratic Control, Cooperative Principle 2.

The Seven Cooperative Principles: Voluntary Membership

Paula Martin August 13, 2012

Vancity’s overarching brand, “Make Good MoneyTM,” focuses on Cooperative Principle 1. The CU appeals to people’s sense of wanting to belong to an organization that considers their own and their community’s long-term health.

The Seven Cooperative Principles: Members’ Economic Participation

Sarah Taylor August 07, 2012

ASI Credit Union strives to move people up through the cycle of credit, to create pathways out of generational poverty, in its focus on Cooperative Principle 3.

Stretching Your Planning Horizon

Gerald “Gerry” Agnes November 03, 2011

Despite, a challenging economy and fast-changing environment, Elevations CU focuses on the longer term, using a rolling five-year plan and two facilitated board planning sessions per year. Its goal: developing and executing a well-defined strategy, rather than over-planning and under-executing a ‘perfect plan.’

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