A year ago, organizations around the country scrambled to limit in-person work. Remote work boomed. But do credit union work from home policies cause employee burnout?
You might have the best growth plans and product portfolio available. You could have a great team of leaders ready to carry out your vision for 2021 and beyond.
But regulatory compliance and audit assurance can be drag on forward progress. But there’s a way to cut that time in half. Following three quick tips will significantly reduce the time your organization spends on audits, examinations and monitoring activities.
This Fintech Friday was inspired by Redboard’s Findings Accountability Framework webinar.
Start today, really embrace AI – artificial intelligence, where machines think and they are good at it when fed enough of the right data – and, guess what, you are already four or five years behind the leaders and that group includes most of the money center banks and maybe even a few credit unions.
Sounds gloomy? Well, it is, kind of, but CU2.0 founder Kirk Drake is here with a new book, FinAncIal, which aims to tell credit union executives what they need to know about AI and also what they need to get doing, right now. This book is not so much about theory as it is an action manual and, know this, AI is something every credit union needs to be exploring right now.
When I first started writing for credit union audiences, I was nervous. I could talk about technology, but I’d never worked in a financial institution before.
And then I learned that most credit unions weren’t yet on the cloud.