Idea sharing for credit unions and their advocates

How do we join the conversation when we're not invited?

Brent and I were presented a tough dilemma after our social media roundtable last week from a CU that we'll keep anonymous.

Trey Reeme

Open Source CU Podcast: Episode 6

What would you like to see most from credit unions in 2007?

Trey Reeme

Credit union name changes prove controversial

When does a CU name change make perfect sense and when does it make a mess?

Trey Reeme

Open Source CU Podcast: Episode 5

What would you like to see most from credit unions in 2007?

Trey Reeme

Five thin-slicing observations: Credit Unions

"Thin-slicing" refers to the ability of our unconscious to find patterns in situations and behavior based on very narrow slices of experience. The goal is to slow down and actually see some of the patterns we recognize long before we consciously know we see them.

Trey Reeme

Opening up the ol' Credit Union (hate)mailbag

If you have a contact at this credit union, clue him/her in on what’s going on so they can help themselves.

Trey Reeme

WOM is a Unicorn with Hen’s Teeth, And I’m Sitting on One Now

Communication is communication. The base principles of polite, sincere communication, mass or one-on-one, are universal, not generational or demographic.

Charlie Trotter

CUNA YES Summit -- Day 1, Chapter 1: Innovation

Like some of the other authors on Open Source CU, I’m skeptical of efforts to “target” an age-based demographic, largely because those efforts towards 18-to-30s usually involve advice like “use hip-hop in your marketing so you can relate”

Matt Dean

Is Wesabe the new Quicken?

I’ve stayed out of the debate for the five days since my last post. I wanted to get my hands dirty with Wesabe before bashing or praising it.

Trey Reeme

Wesabe

Brent and I are watching this with mouths wide open. I haven’t signed up yet, but I guess I know where at least part of my weekend is going.

Trey Reeme

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