A former corporate lawyer, a CPA with consulting and megabank experience and a third-generation member of a small-town banking family are helping to bring a fresh and entrepreneurial approach to the Corridor’s banking scene.
By Nancy Garberson / Guest Column
Developing a brand takes a lot of planting, consistent work and the discipline to stick with it. Before you dig in too deep on what shade of blue to use on your logo, or what message and voice you’re going to use when engaging people on social media, you need to look at the big picture – the whole garden, so to speak – and draw a plan.
By Gail Mote / Guest Column
I find it interesting when managers introduce me to their procurement team or invite me to spend time with an accounting team. In many cases, these groups are far from what we know to be real teams.
By Ted Townsend / Guest Column
When I took a delegation of UnityPoint Health-Cedar Rapids board and physician leaders to the United Kingdom nearly a decade ago, we went to study a totally different health care system at a time of turmoil and anticipated reform of our American national health care policy.