7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr This week, attendees of the most transformative THINK conference ever are heading back to the office. What actionable steps to digital transformation explored in New York City at THINK 17 will these credit union leaders, inspired by engaging speakers, exclusive research and their own peers, begin to put into practice?Digital is not just a technology. It’s a shift in mindset. That was the storyline of this year’s event. The digital mindset requires an entirely new way of thinking and working. Yet, as we learned through video case studies from The Scott’s Company, Broadway HD and Reebok, legacy companies can get there.According to exclusive research gathered exclusively for THINK 17 attendees, credit union executives believe in digital transformation and are pushing hard for it. Yet, more than half of those polled also believe they are in an inferior position as compared to purely digital brands like Venmo and SoFi. Changing that position, however, has to come from all levels of the organization, said experts from Google, Disney and the NFL. Each shared that the “how” of digital transformation is an enterprise-wide initiative. continue reading »
Columbus, IN—Friday afternoon, detectives with the Indiana State Police arrested two Columbus Police officers on allegations of ghost employment, official misconduct, and theft.The investigation by Detectives began in November 2018 when the Columbus Police Department requested the Indiana State Police to conduct an investigation into allegations of possible criminal activity against two of its employees. The request was made following an internal investigation by the Columbus Police Department.During the investigation, it was determined that Lieutenant Dan Meister and Sergeant Ron May allegedly worked an off duty job providing security at Columbus Regional Hospital while on duty with the Columbus Police Department. The investigation indicated that between February 2015 and August 2018, Meister and May allegedly worked overlapping shifts for both Columbus Police Department and Columbus Regional Hospital. Both officers were paid by CPD and CRH for the same hours worked on numerous occasions.Investigators found that Meister had overlapped hours worked on 52 separate occasions. May was found to have overlapped hours worked on 62 separate occasions. At the conclusion of the case, the investigation was turned over to a special prosecutor that was assigned in this case.Warrants were issued for both Meister and May on charges of Official Misconduct, Ghost Employment, and Theft. They were both arrested Friday afternoon without incident and remanded to the custody of the Bartholomew County Jail.Both will soon face initial hearings in Bartholomew County.
Chevron Corporation will build and operate the first large liquefied natural gas facility in the Kitimat area on B.C.’S northwest coast, although an article at the end of last week in the Financial Post still has final corporate approval 18 to 24 months away. With big acquisitions this year, the Post suggests the American majors – notably Chevron and Exxon Mobile – have decided to take a second look at Western Canada rather than leave the potentially lucrative Northern B.C./Alberta unconventional resource development to Asian companies. It also reports that in addition to its Calgary workforce expansion, Chevron will be opening a Vancouver office to deal with the B.C. government, and is also expanding its project design team in Houston.- Advertisement –