CHICAGO–Father’s Day is less than a week away. To offer a variety of different perspectives on what Father’s Day and fathers themselves can mean, CUToday.info highlights nine different TED Talks on the subject.
NEW YORK–Looking for something to read this summer beyond just those spreadsheets? Here are a few ideas—actually quite a few.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.–A credit union that firmly believes CUSOs are an important part of the CU business model and a very effective means of leveraging capital has been recognized with NACUSO’s CUSO of the Year Award for its business solutions offerings. In The Corner, Allegacy FCU shares its strategy with its CUSO.
REDMOND, Wash.–Worried you might run into Bill Gates this summer at the beach and won’t have anything to talk about other than maybe some issues with Windows 10? Worry no more.
CHICAGO–It sounds like an oxymoron—interesting books related to CFOs—but it’s not. With the CUNA CFO Council meeting at the Disneyland Hotel this week, CUToday.info’s The Corner offers a look at five books that are recommended for CFOs by CFOGlobalHQ.com.
SAN DIEGO–Credit unions were given much to think about at CO-OP Financial Services’ THINK 16 Conference last week. Here are three different books by three different speakers in which they share expanded insights.
CHICAGO–With Mother's Day coming on May 8, here's a look at a number of TED Talks on the subjects of moms and motherhood.
CHICAGO–In conjunction with the launch of CUToday.info's The Pilot, a joint project with the Filene Research Institute, The Corner highlights a video of the team that is the first to be featured in the Pilot.
CHICAGO–Data. Analytics. Big Data. Big data analytics. It’s impossible any longer to attend a get-together of credit unions and not have analytics come up in some fashion, with the message often that CUs are falling behind. To help make sense of big data, here are three different TED Talks on what it all means.
LAS VEGAS–Leadership consultant and author John Spence addressed CUSOs and credit unions last week as part of NACUSO’s annual meeting, and recommended credit union execs give these three books on culture a try.