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Directors’ Forum: Wrapping UpOctober 27, 2012
Alisdair Smith, MA -- National FacilitatorSlide2
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Collaboration and Partnership
We’re part of a very large sector, that is changing the world. What do we need to start to look like to build on our success?
Technology and Dis-intermediation
Themes: Be Certain Shift will Happen
Innovative ideas and what have WE done lately?
What is our common value proposition?
3 Foci: Strategy, Risk, Talent
What does your credit union look like 1.0? 2.0? 3.0?Slide3
Dots on a Map: Sarah Canepa Bang
1.2 million members access
at all 488 locations? Plus Tim Hortons?Slide4
Dots on a Map
5.2 million members
access at all 1748locations?Plus Tim Horton’s?!Plus Apple?!Slide5
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Provocative Thinking for Ontario Credit Unions
12% market penetration
4% of assets in the market
Vision – Alignment -- Execution
Access to capital
What have WE done lately?
Common Value Proposition?
Luani Skinner’s Questions
How is my credit union creating value for the members we want to attract?How is my credit union meeting consumers where they are at?How is my credit union cooperating (collaborating) to make us better?Is our credit union committed to growing our membership?
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“Be the change you wish to see in the world” Ghandi
has to do something and it’s incredibly pathetic that it has to be us
“In Your Corner” GuaranteeSlide8
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“Eye to Eye with Management”Paul & Andy
Good governance is basedon good knowledge
Commitment, not compliance
Policy needs to bein place now
This is an innovativeapproach
Investment, not cost
Technical & Behavioural
Group DevelopmentStock and Flow
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“Look in the Mirror”
“Has this credit union
Am I adding tangible value?What are my strengths and how are they serving the board and credit union?What is the one thing I could change that would benefit the board and/or credit unionin the next 12 – 18 months?Slide10
10 Questions from Don Rolfe
1. What is our business? 2. Who is our customer?3. What does our customer value?4. What is our plan?5. What are our results?6. What has changed since we last met?7. What is the impact of the changes?8. What actions/measure should be taken?9. What are the expected results of our actions?10. What changes are emerging?
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Operating in ‘Certain Times’– Shift Happens
Why do we exist, what is our unique and common value proposition?Low interest rates will continue 24 monthsNext 3 – 5 years, BC & Ont about 100 credit unions to about 75Risk mitigation is key – we’ll be painted with the same brushGreater regulator harmonization between the provinces 1 – 3 credit unions going interprovincial/nationalPayments Technology – Apple? Google? Paypal?
The New Branch?
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Have you got the right people?
3 Foci: Talent, Risk, Strategy
“The Dog and The Frisbee”
Underestimating the risks of the
status quo!!What does our “Jukebox” look like?
Realistically what valueproposition can we expect In the future?
“Lowering your price is the lastrefuge”
OSFI, Dog and Frisbee , Towards
What is our story?
Now? In 10 Years?
Will they be the right people in 5 years?
“You need a board that works
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Credit Union 3.0
The One Thing
“Staff who have the mojo
or the soul of your business”
3.0 = focused niche player with targeted, loyal segments, start to exclude
30 second value proposition – selected members – selected employees – your desiredpurpose, culture, training and incentives.
GVCU = 3
It is up to us!
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What did you learn here? What difference will that make at your board?In 2020 what unique difference will your credit union and the Ontario system have made to the communities we serve?What is the first action step towards that difference you will take to your board/credit union?What will you be doing differently Monday morning?Email yourself so that the email comes on Monday morning
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