If you’re tired of feeling scattered and stressed about implementation, try the following tips: 1. Break the cycle of everyone scattering to get back to “work” after strategic planning As you are scheduling your strategic planning process, simultaneously schedule solid blocks of time for key stakeholders to get together and think strategically about implementation. One […]
Shortly after the Fed met a few weeks back, some credit unions likely breathed a sigh of relief. Deposit pressures were building and the cost of funds seemed positioned for a sharp increase. But with almost perfect timing, in came the Fed indicating no further rate increases in 2019. While many have changed their market […]
The latest entry in our Napkin Math video series demonstrates how to quickly understand average life on a napkin. Like the previous videos in this series, this short video shows the simple math that credit union leaders can literally do on the back of a napkin to understand ballpark financial performance. When you have 4 […]
Yes, there can be competitive advantages in what feels like a commoditized industry. One effective competitive advantage is a disciplined approach to strategic implementation. This c. notes highlights 6 organizational habits required by executives who have decided to make strategic implementation a competitive advantage. To read this article and others, please visit our c. notes page.
The following blog post was written by c. myers and originally published by CUES on March 13, 2019. Thinking about how your credit union would weather an economic storm is helpful, whether the turndown arrives now or later. The news is full of predictions that a recession is coming. The truth is that a recession is always […]