This year will continue to present challenges in the Economy, Compliance, Technology and Keeping Motivated Employees.
Does Your Plan Measure Up in Providing Adequate Solutions?
Strategies for organizations should be blueprints to go off of yet surveys have proven that nine out of ten fail to do so. Credit unions need a plan to work from, a measuring system that balances their historical accuracy and integrity of their finances with the current drivers of success. OnBalance has the expertise to assist you in drawing your blueprints utilizing the Balanced Scorecard. The Balanced Scorecard is capable of translating a credit union’s strategy into performance objectives, measures, targets and initiatives in four balanced perspectives: Financial, Member, Internal Process and Employee Knowledge, Learning and Growth. These blueprints for success have resulted in enhanced financial returns, improved employee alignment with the overall goals of the company, increased collaboration and a more refined and reactive focus on strategy
Traditional strategic planning gives credit unions an excellent venue to create a strategy for the future success of the organization. Everyone has heard the saying "if you don't know where you're going, how are you going to get there?" A strategic planning session provides the credit union an opportunity to review their mission, values and vision to determine why we are doing what we are doing. A planning session gives your team an opportunity to think, quantitatively and qualitatively, about the why, what, and how of creating your future. It's helpful to evaluate and address the opportunities and threats, the potential for success and for failure. While you might succeed without a plan, it is far more likely that if you fail to plan, you will also fail to succeed.
"Those who fail to plan- plan to fail."
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