Contributor : Tim Reimink

Article | April 6th, 2021

Digital Transformation From a Branch Perspective

Banks can leverage capital locked in underperforming branches more effectively by deploying it toward digital transformation.

By: Timothy Reimink, Bob Reggiannini
Article | March 5th, 2019

The Next Things To Know About Data

Bank boards understand the value and importance of their data, but there is still a lot to learn.

By: John Epperson, Timothy Reimink
Article | September 12th, 2018

What Your Bank Needs to Know About Data

From the efficiency ratio to customer demographics, the data your bank collects is a common thread and critical tool for your bank’s performance.

By: Timothy Reimink
viewpoint | July 18th, 2018

Thinking Beyond the Efficiency Ratio

Bank executives regularly compare their efficiency ratio to peers and often set strategic goals for reducing it.

By: Timothy Reimink
Article | March 26th, 2018

Successful Change: Managing Human Capital Risk During Implementation

How can your bank get employees on board with organizational change?

By: Timothy Reimink, Mark Walztoni
Article | February 26th, 2018

Human Capital: An Underestimated Element of Successful Change

Don’t overlook the importance of employees in implementing a successful change initiative.

By: Timothy Reimink, Mark Walztoni
Article | September 13th, 2017

Benchmarking Your Bank: How Leadership Priorities Change

While some issues are of near universal concern among financial services organizations, some concerns vary by size of institution.

By: Patrick J. Cole, Timothy Reimink
Article | August 16th, 2017

Three Essential Ingredients of a Successful Integration

A successful merger or acquisition involves more than just finding the right match and negotiating a good deal. As essential as those steps are, effectively integrating the two organizations is equally important—and equally challenging.

By: Timothy Reimink
Article | December 14th, 2016

The Battle for Bank Talent: Trends and Strategies

Turnover is the highest in at least a decade while banks grow their staff.

By: Timothy Reimink, Patrick J. Cole
Article | June 14th, 2016

Investing in Formal Leadership Development and Succession Planning

As the baby-boomer exodus from the workplace grows in the coming years, many banks will find themselves with a groundswell of leadership positions to fill.

By: Patrick J. Cole, Timothy Reimink