Browse By:

  • Embrace Change Or Get Left Behind
    Posted on Dec 11th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, Forbes Rethinking opportunity and change were repeating themes running through many events I have attended in the last quarter. AI and ESG’s impact on corporations are at the center of people’s minds. Executive teams are concerned about how AI will impact business strategies and how leaders will be able […]


  • Increase Your Impact Through Storytelling
    Posted on Nov 3rd, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times For millennia stories have transmitted human experience. Storytelling simplifies complexity and helps us make sense of the world. Stories help us empathize with others. They make us feel a part of something larger than ourselves. Stories trigger emotional responses that can powerfully drive memory and […]


  • Millennials and Gen Z: Credit Union Values Matter
    Posted on Oct 25th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times The mission and values of the credit union industry over the last 170 years, has always been expressed in the service brought to its members. The first credit unions were founded on the ideals of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality and solidarity. They were imbued with […]


  • New Bosses Of The Boardroom: Millennials and Gen Z
    Posted on Sep 27th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, Forbes  There is growing intergenerational convergence around the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues affecting organizations. Millennials, born 1980 to 1995, recently became the largest segment of the U.S. labor market at 34%, and greatest share of the U.S. population (24%). Gen Z, born after 1996, is growing both […]


  • Learning Cultures Drive Business Impact
    Posted on Sep 13th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times The strength of an organization’s learning culture can be the single biggest driver of business impact. In a learning culture, people develop their abilities, their technical skills improve and career advancement occurs. Learning and development professionals are leading the charge to make sure their companies […]


  • Why Your Board Isn’t Optimized
    Posted on Aug 24th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in, Forbes What is an optimized board and are you serving on one?  I have found that the key factors contributing to an optimized board are boards that have a strong culture, focus on ensuring company strategy and succession planning and have engaged directors who are prepared for all meetings. […]


  • Why Is Implementing Change So Hard?
    Posted on Aug 22nd, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, CU Times Achieving change in an organization requires a relentless commitment to include people and their thoughts in the process. Most change efforts fail because of a lack of understanding of the dynamics of organizational change. Organization’s behave like a biological system. It attempts to achieve balance by resisting […]


  • Taking Control of Board Culture and New Realities
    Posted on Aug 20th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Ethical Boardroom, Summer 2017 Directors spend approximately one full month a year on board-related matters. What can you do to assure that your board’s culture is optimal and that this valuable time is maximized effectively? Dysfunctional boards waste time, and, more importantly, dysfunction depletes the organization’s resources through unwise decisions and […]


  • Hold Your CEO Accountable
    Posted on Jul 28th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, Forbes Industries have always faced challenges in the marketplace, but today they are under stress like never before. Advances in technology have ushered in dramatic changes, remaking traditional industries like energy, retail, journalism and medicine. Even cutting-edge technology companies that themselves are disruptors, are in a continuous state of […]


  • Employee Development for Engagement and Purpose
    Posted on Jul 22nd, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, CU Times An overwhelming number of companies use annual or semi-annual performance appraisals that focus on ratings and employee weaknesses, without commensurate tools to engage or develop their employees. Furthermore, too many managers believe that compensation is all that matters, and if the pay and benefits are good, people […]


Page 1 of 131234510...Last »