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June 5, 2018

C. Notes – Key Competencies of Strategic C-Suite Teams

To be successful amid the rapid adoption of today’s technology advancements and the accompanying complexities, organizations need C-Suite teams that have mastered strategic thought and action.  Cultivating teams with the abilities and time to think and act strategically needs to be a top priority for organizations, so they can evolve and thrive in a world […]

February 28, 2018

c. notes – Life After CECL: 3 Strategic Ramifications to Consider

Exploring the critical strategic side of CECL has received far less attention than CECL data-gathering and calculation methodologies. CECL is much more than a one-time adjustment to net worth and a change in accounting procedures. Its effects can reverberate all the way to the boardroom causing: A disconnect between financials and ultimate financial performance Increased […]

February 1, 2018

Now is the Time to Strategize on Investments

After the Great Recession, credit union loan-to-share ratios declined steeply and didn’t begin their long, slow recovery until 2013.  It has taken 4 more years to approach pre-crisis levels.  Now, credit unions are beginning to face very different questions than they have since the financial crisis. Even if your credit union isn’t feeling a liquidity […]

January 25, 2018

Keep Risk Concerns in Mind with New Uses for Blockchain Technology

Blockchain and digital currencies continue to gain more attention and traction in the market.  As this happens, the uses and applications of blockchain are becoming more varied as companies and people think innovatively about how to use this technology to enhance their businesses and lives.  While this is happening, it’s important to consider the risks […]

January 12, 2018

What’s the Real Promise of Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

In our blog of December 7, 2017, we asked the question, “How long do you believe it will be before AI will impact your business model and strategy?”  With options of less than 2 years, 2-5 years, 5-10 years, and greater than 10 years, the responses were heavily weighted toward the shorter end of around […]

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