CUInsight Minute with Lauren Culp – July 10, 2020
Our favorites from the week in sixty seconds.
Welcome to the CUInsight Minute, sixty seconds from our Publisher & CEO Lauren Culp with the top three of our favorite things from the week.
Mentioned this week:
What will the new normal at credit unions look like?
by ANTHONY DEMANGONE, NAFCU
In a crisis like COVID-19, it can be tempting to sit back and wait for the dust to settle before making any decisions on how to proceed. But now more than ever, it’s important to focus on the hard data and build a plan for how your credit union will thrive in the new normal. (read more)
Why your 2020 data transformation could fail, before you even get started
by MARK WEBER, STRUM
When the first wave of the pandemic hit in March, it accelerated a massive shift in digital technologies, forcing organizations overnight to move millions of employees to work at home. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella suggested recently that “Microsoft just saw two years of digital transformation in two months.” How will this sudden and rapid acceleration among consumers of adopting digital technologies impact your organization’s data analytics journey ahead? (read more)
How credit unions should deliver financial education during COVID-19
by BOLUN LI, ZOGO
Picture this: you’re in high school, and the teacher rolls an old-fashioned tube TV into the classroom. She flicks the lights off, and an outdated video about checking accounts and credit cards starts to play. Most of your classmates are falling asleep, or texting their friends under their desks. When class is over, you can’t really remember anything from the video — or how you were supposed to use it. (read more)
How to Be a Better Ally to Your Black Colleagues
by STEPHANIE CREARY, HBR
The late singer and songwriter Sam Cooke appropriately summed up the desires of many Black Americans in 1963 when he penned the song, “A Change is Gonna Come.” Well, it’s been a long time coming, but corporate America — and the world — has finally woken up to the idea that systemic racism still surrounds us. (read more)