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Innovation Strategies Archive

The Four C’s of Innovation

Context, culture, capability and collaboration are the four C's of innovation that are the foundation for success in a changing economy.

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How Two of the Most Innovative Banks in the World Maintain their ‘First Mover’ Advantage

Innovation leaders from U.S. Bank and BBVA share insights into how to build and maintain an innovation culture in financial services.

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Open Banking Will Revolutionize Financial Services… Maybe

Regulations across the EU and in the UK allowing open banking provide opportunities and challenges that all markets will need to address.

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What’s Next? Predictions For The Banking Industry In 2018

Here is a preview of the competitive opportunities and strategic recommendations for the year ahead — your action plan for 2018.

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Why Retail Banks and Credit Unions Struggle With Innovation

Financial organizations continue to have difficulty building an innovation culture, which impacts the competitive balance in banking.

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Top 10 Retail Banking Innovations in the World

Starving for some inspiration? Check out these fresh ideas from ten different financial institutions.

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Why Those Fintech Investments Aren’t Paying Off… Yet

Traditional banks and credit unions had better get 'digital transformation' figured out fast, before fintechs achieve scale... or else.

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Digital Transformation in Banking: Iteration vs. True Innovation

The biggest threat to the financial industry is keeping up consumers' increasing demands, integrating new technologies, and using advanced analytics.

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How Banks Can Accelerate Innovation Through Digitization and Automation

Business process automation (BPM) helps banking firms provide faster, more consistent, quality by minimizing human error.

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Macroeconomic Trends Threaten the Balance of Power in Banking

Banks and credit unions must prepare for an uncertain future where digital technology and fintech competition could disrupt the status quo.

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What The Banking Industry Can Learn From Nokia’s Demise

The banking industry needs to embrace disruptive innovation to avoid the demise met by firms like Kodak, Blockbuster, Borders and Nokia.

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iPhone X: The Next Wave of Mobile Banking Disruption

The iPhone X gives the banking industry a platform for mobile banking innovation with biometric, augmented reality and payment functionality.

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The Banking Industry Can’t Keep Up With Emerging Technologies

The scale of technological change in the financial industry has exploded, making it hard for banks and credit unions to keep pace.

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Banking Needs An ‘Amazon Prime’ Marketing Strategy

Amazon Prime provides a level of customer experience that other industries, like banking, must follow to succeed.

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Fintech Use Reaching Mass Adoption Among Digital Consumers

The adoption of alternative fintech banking solutions is expanding globally, with payments and money transfer services being the most used.

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Disrupt or Be Disrupted: The Endemic of Banking ‘Out of Touchness’

Legacy banking organizations run the risk of significant lost business if strategies and priorities are out of touch with digital consumers.

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Banking Industry Fails to Meet Personalization Expectations

At a time when advanced analytics and digital technology enable greater personalization, the banking industry falls short of expectations.

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Voice Payments Emerge as Tech Giants Compete for Voice-First Commerce

Voice payments and voice banking are growing fast because of new devices and improved machine learning driven artificial intelligence.

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Left till here away at to whom past

SoFi, one of the fastest growing fintech challenger banks, is expanding into checking accounts and wealth management services.

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Q&A Interview With Starling Bank’s Bold ‘Femtech’ Leader

The founder and CEO of Starling Bank discusses the impact of fintech banks and the future for app-only banking providers.

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