The real challenge, OK, problem, when talking about board governance is that it really just sounds like “bored” governance. And that's too bad.
Are we walking right into Housing Crash 2.0? Are you about to be sued because your website violates the Americans with Disabilities Act? What is your pilot really announcing?
Enjoy bullet points? Then you’ll enjoy the following, courtesy of various observations heard during recent travels.
Maybe a decade back you saw the first iPhone and thought, yep, no one will ever again get frustrated at trying to refold a map.
In a way, it’s really too bad.
As the new chairman of the World Council of Credit Unions was recently stepping to the podium before an audience from around the world, he admitted he was uncomfortable with public speaking.
Now would be a good time for NBC to introduce Law & Order: The Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund.
The big dues-payers have spoken! And in a tribute to Do As We Say, Not As We Do, in this case they’re not fans of democratically run and member-owned and controlled credit unions exercising too much democracy or member control.
Postcards crash into reality. A reminder about those who are desperate. What's in the water? And more notes from Europe and the recent World Credit Union Conference in Vienna.
Can you guess what will soon likely be the world’s largest financial institution? Did you know the world record for Biggest Collection of Egomaniacs has recently been broken?