NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (2/2/10)--The National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations (NACUSO) has confirmed the keynote speakers scheduled to address credit unions and credit union service organization (CUSO) executives attending the 2010 NACUSO annual conference April 25-28 in Las Vegas. New this year will be “Hot Food/Hot Topics” to address specific credit union subjects. The luncheon sessions will reveal ideas on how to grow credit unions and CUSOs, operate them in new ways, leverage shared resources and create scalable platforms. “Thought Leaderships Sessions” will be presented in the afternoons, highlighting experts to speak about the latest issues and opportunities. Topics and speakers at NACUSO’s general sessions will be:
* “USAA: Innovative Collaboration and Lessons Learned”--Jack M. Antonini, former vice chairman, president/CEO, USAA Federal Savings Bank; * “Discover, Unlock, and Unleash Innovation”--Joe Batista, director and chief creatologist, Hewlett-Packard Company; * “Collaboration: How Panthers, Lions, and Tigers All Share the Same Cage at the Zoo” --Michael Taylor, cofounder/CEO, SchellingPoint; * “Principles of Collaboration: Creating the Networked Organization”-- Gary L. Mangiofico, practitioner faculty member of Organizational Theory and Management, Pepperdine University; * “Using Innovative Social Media and Networks to Drive Your Business Model”-- George Pohle, founder/CEO, Suasoria, and former vice president/senior partner, IBM’s Global Business Services Group; * “Is the Legislative and Regulatory World Spinning In Sync (and how Do CUSOs Fit onto Today’s Axis as it Spins)?--Dennis Dollar, principal partner, Dollar Associates LLC; * “Credit Union Differentiation”--George Hofheimer, chief research officer, Filene Research Institute; * “CUSO 2.0--The next generation of CUSOs--Guy Messick, NACUSO general counsel, and attorney, Messick & Weber PC; and * “Who Are Those Guys? How Do They Do That? How Can I Use That?”--Thomas C. Davis, NACUSO CEO, business strategist, and industrial psychologist.
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