This Month in Credit Union Magazine
Technology transforms training: Inside Summit CU's virtual computer lab.
Technology Transforms Training
Increasingly, CUs are harnessing technology and embracing new teaching and learning approaches that can improve productivity, connect employees at remote sites, and motivate staff members. Selecting solutions that match your organizational goals and overall training strategy is key.
Working Better Together
Collaboration is a powerful tool, especially for small CUs facing financial and staff limitations. CUs can save money and improve service quality by pooling resources and working collectively, allowing them to spend less time focusing on day-to-day operations and more time on fulfilling their mission.
Emerging technology is driving expansive growth in vendor partnerships—and every new vendor introduces new layers of risk, because a security failure by a vendor can cause significant business and reputation damage. An integrated vendor-management process improves CUs’ ability to protect against these risks.
Highlights from the CUNA Economics & Investments Conference.
CUNA’s value lies in our strong relationships with our league partners.
Economists offer bullish outlook.
How CUs reward and retain leaders.
ADVANCING THE VISION
Serving youth through school partnerships.
Bonnette Dawson, president/CEO of Old Hickory CU and mayor of Greenbrier, Tenn.
CUs can use DoD website as a Military Lending Act resource.
CFPB’S FINAL RULE REQUIRES MORE FROM MORTGAGE SERVICERS
CUs face additional compliance burden with Regulations X and Z.
CU’s name becomes community art.
TOOLS OF THE TRADE
In-house insurance agencies provide a needed service—and steady revenue.
Advancing women’s leadership and access.
What really happens when the risk management committee meets.