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November 15, 2017

Project Management – Avoid These 2 Common Misconceptions

Becoming an organization that is good at project management is not simple.  While the basic concepts of project management are easily understood, there are a myriad of reasons why those concepts are not consistently and effectively put into action.  Here are 2 of the most common misconceptions that get in the way: 1) A good […]

August 23, 2017

Balancing Credit Union IT Projects Using A Member-Centric Approach

Technology innovation is exciting!  The newest technologies can change credit union business models, create a new customer experience, improve service, and reduce costs.  Consumers have more choices for ways to conduct their financial transactions than ever before, and we are a culture that values choices. Leaders face questions about how to best utilize the credit […]

May 10, 2017

Process and Profitability – Living Deliberate Process Improvement

Strategic-minded and forward-thinking financial leaders respect the fact that they are in a street fight for relevance. Decision-makers are scrambling to remain relevant to their target markets which continue to expect fresher, faster experiences. Living deliberate process improvement is a greatly underutilized weapon that can be quickly activated to your advantage, resulting in a more […]

April 12, 2017

c. notes – How A High-Performing Credit Union Upped Their Game

REDWOOD CREDIT UNION: A PROJECT MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY This is the story of a highly successful organization that wanted to up their game. After taking a look in the mirror, they decided to change their approach to project management. Headquartered in the lovely town of Santa Rosa in Northern California, $3 billion plus Redwood Credit […]

April 5, 2017

Project Management: 180,000 Definitions of On Track

Have you ever noticed how projects start out so well with everything on track until suddenly, out of the clear blue sky, there’s a giant problem? The project is unexpectedly off track and you’re scrambling to slow the resulting domino effect. What happened? It’s likely that things weren’t nearly as on track as you were […]

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