• 08.22 STEPHEN LEWIS
    Stephen Lewis Aug 21, 2019

    When banks come clean: Five steps to create workspaces that sparkle and inspire

    Maintaining the places where employees work and customers transact makes a big difference in winning over talent and consumers.

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  • A change of pace: Speeding the pace of change in retail banking

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    David Kerstein May 10, 2019

    Banks in 2019 have a choice to either fear the future or track the trends as they work to maintain independence and relevance.

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  • The de novo niche: Discovering hidden markets

    • Phil Moore
    • David Wood
    May 8, 2019

    As regulators speed up their work, bankers are revisiting a smart strategy hindered by the Great Recession.

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  • Much ado about do-it-yourself: The state of banking self-service

    Julia Hook
    Julia Hook May 8, 2019

    A new survey reveals the critical factors banks must consider when improving self-service for customers and employees.

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  • Steadfast or out fast: Will millennials stay with your organization?

    Karl Dahlgren
    Karl Dahlgren May 3, 2019

    To win, financial institutions must practice the basics of career development, leadership programs and proper training.

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  • How pooling branch staff improves customer and workforce engagement

    Kerim Tumay
    Kerim Tumay Apr 29, 2019

    In the face of continued branch staffing challenges, the pooling of resources is key to keeping employees and customers happy.

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  • What banks can expect from UltraFICO

    Kevin King
    Kevin King Apr 15, 2019

    Though far from perfect, the credit evaluation tool marks an important step forward for lenders and consumers.

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  • Where do banks stand in the digital revolution?

    Charles Wendel
    Charles Wendel Apr 12, 2019

    Customers like the speed and convenience of digital and aren't going back. Banks betting on a gradual shift in consumers’ digital preferences do so at their own risk.

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