Ideas Aren't Enough: Does Your Credit Union Practice Executable Innovation?

August 01, 2018

Ideas Aren't Enough: Does Your Credit Union Practice Executable Innovation?

Synopsis
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The landscape for Canadian businesses is evolving rapidly, driven in large part by technological advances and consumers' growing demands for new options. At the same time, business change is accelerating, creating more options for consumers — and more complexity for financial institutions.

Implementing change and embracing innovation is a must for credit unions, but understanding the complexities of finding the right path forward can be a challenge.

Download MNP’s whitepaper to learn more.

About MNP

MNP proudly works with more than 135 credit unions across Canada — more than any other professional services firm in the country. Like you, we are committed to the communities where we live and work. We aim to strengthen credit union leadership, knowledge and financial position by providing technical, business and financial advice with a local perspective, while also helping you understand your place in a dynamic national landscape.

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