In celebration of International Credit Union Day, NWCUF is hosting a second multi-city, multi credit union financial reality fair extravaganza. We’d love for you to participate this time around!
Strategic Link content partner Social Stairway shares ideas on how to weave marketing goals into your credit union’s larger strategic planning.
Northwest credit unions are planning a day of service for International Credit Union Day. Enter your plans by Wednesday’s deadline for the chance to win free consulting from Strategic Link partner consultants.
Strategic Link has hand-selected a roster of leading consultants to help credit unions capitalize on critical areas of opportunity, from economic forecasting to brand strategy.
Recent leadership changes in the Northwest show that succession planning is not only critical, it can add value to operations and help attract and retain top talent. Amplify speaker to share strategy.
Credit unions continue to address the challenges posed by an ever-changing marketplace, economic and regulatory uncertainty, and shifting member service expectations. As a result, having a clearly defined strategy for setting goals, focusing resources and measuring outcomes is essential.
The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions recently released DCU Bulletin B-13-18 to address strategic and operational planning.
For an organization to be successful in the future, decisions made on a historical or emotional basis must give way to an inclusive process that combines the perspectives and best ideas of as many stakeholders as possible.
CUNA Mutual Group has been ranked No. 19 in this year’s InformationWeek 500—a list of the top technology innovators in the U.S. The company was honored for its Retirement Radar mobile annuity planning application.
Cindy Barrick explained to credit union directors at last week’s NWCUA Volunteers’ Conference the importance of developing, activating and evaluating a strategic plan for their credit union using measurable goals.
The Northwest Credit Union Foundation met for three intensive days of brainstorming, planning and strategizing last week as it begins to lay out its priorities and establish new branding heading into 2012.
The report is commonly used by credit union executives and boards for strategic and business planning.