Cooperative Strategy

Boards & Volunteers

By Sharon Simpson | Aug. 12, 2013

A Minnesota credit union relies on its board’s diversity and desire for education to enhance its performance.

By Sean Hession | Aug. 7, 2013

Unlocking your board’s full potential is a complex undertaking. Without board confidence, no governance model will be successful.

By Chip Filson | June 10, 2013

No credit union in America has come close to the bottom-line financial results of Arrowhead Credit Union’s 3.75% ROA for both 2011 and 2012.

 

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By Aaron Pugh | June 4, 2013

This credit union knows how to make the best of hard times and capitalize on good ones.

By Alix Patterson | March 18, 2013

I’m number 3. We need 100,000. Why are we only 1% of the way there?

By Chip Filson | March 18, 2013

Ferling should assess American Flag’s strengths and formalize a multi-pronged plan.

By Rhonda Cooke | March 18, 2013

An interim CEO and Board retreat will help the credit union get back on its feet with a solid plan and timeline.

By Callahan & Associates | Feb. 26, 2013

Chip Filson, Chairman of Callahan & Associates, announced Monday a major initiative: A New Vision for Cooperative Regulatory Leadership for the 21st Century.

By Brooke C. Stoddard | Feb. 18, 2013

As the incoming leader of Langley Federal Credit Union, Tom Ryan helped his board strike the balance between embracing historic practices and plotting future improvements.

By Chip Filson | Feb. 18, 2013

To promote the continuous evolution of the credit union charter and its multifaceted contributions to the country’s economic progress, a new cooperative regulatory structure is needed.