RICHMOND, Va.–Roger Ball, the long-time CEO of Call Federal Credit Union, has announced his retirement–and is sharing a career’s worth of accumulated wisdom with other credit union leaders before he steps down.
CHICAGO–The days when businesses could succeed as innovators without partnering are pretty much gone, according to one executive, who is sharing advice on how to make the most of what he is calling the new “co-economy.”
LAUREL, Mont.–Janice Lehman has spent nearly 40 years in credit unions, and was recently named as Montana Credit Union Professional of the Year by Montana’s Credit Unions.
CHICAGO–Why are some people such effective game changers? There is actually science behind what makes those people as successful as they are, according to one person.
NEW YORK CITY–Shake Shack has exploded as one of the most popular of fast casual restaurants in the company, in large part because of a focus on employing great people, not just offering great food. It offers some lessons for credit unions when it comes to hiring.
CHICAGO–How can credit unions, CUSOs and other companies do a better job of empowering women both at work and in society overall? One person is offering three strategies to consider.
MODESTO, Calif.–After 39 years in credit unions, Hank Barrett, CEO of the $620-million Valley First Credit Union, is retiring May 20. In this CUToday.info Exit Interview, Barrett shares thoughts and lessons from his career, as well as concerns over what might lie ahead for credit unions..
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–In 2006, after overcoming skeptics and regulators, Anne Wojcicki co-founded 23andMe, and managed to raise $786 million.
CHICAGO–How a project is managed is almost always the key to whether that project actually succeeds. To create that success, David Andersen is offering a three-step process for ensuring projects run smoothly.
CHICAGO–There are five things that exceptional employees love to do, and that toxic employees hate, according to one person who has shared his thoughts on the practice of “leading up.”