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June 9, 2016

Strategic Implementation: Huddle Daily for Strategic Success

Institutions are in a constant state of change. Core conversions, new products, and improving processes are just a few examples of change that credit unions go through to help support strategic initiatives; inherent in any of these changes is a need for behavior change. Often institutions focus on the change itself. The change is implemented, […]

June 2, 2016

5 Musts Of An Effective Project Manager

72% of all projects fail.¹ Effective project management can be a strategic differentiator. One of the most important keys to the success of a big project is the project manager. Equally important is the senior support necessary to allow an effective project manager to get the job done – even when the project manager isn’t […]

March 18, 2016

Don’t Let Poor Project Management Set Your Go-Live Dates

Three. The typical number of bottlenecks when it comes to credit union project management: IT, Marketing, Compliance. These three departments are tasked with to-do lists for many projects within the credit union – on top of their own projects and priorities. A huge concern is if go-live dates are set on a case-by-case basis, instead […]

October 15, 2015

Project Management Tip #9: Ideal Mapping

Creating an ideal process map is a critical part of project planning. This process is well worth the effort, as it helps stakeholders to solidify and reach clarity on objectives. For instance, if the credit union is implementing a new loan origination system, the ideal mapping can serve as a guideline for what the project […]

October 1, 2015

Project Management Tip #20: Time

Time focuses on how much time is allotted to complete a project. Time is a resource that project teams can wield in their favor by building out a timeline as part of their project plan. The time it takes to complete tasks in a project should be reasonable, and can best be estimated by seeking […]

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