We all know new ideas aren’t in short supply – it’s usually the time, effort and resources to pursue and test the thoughts that becomes the challenge. How can you safely test new ideas, programs and initiatives that create value for members, better serve your community and don’t necessarily mean waiting until the next budget year?
In this session with Gregg Hammerman, CEO of Larky, we’ll look at:
- How to sell new ideas up, down and across the organization
- Evaluating the merit of new ideas
- Unexpected benefits new initiatives bring and
- Finding the time to test new programs
Using the testing and implementation of Larky as our case study, you’ll walk away with ideas for assessing risk, what to do if your new idea doesn’t work out and key takeaways and actionable advice you can apply to any new project your credit union is taking on.