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Kill The Credit Union Org Chart: Revisited

In 2011 we published a post titled “Kill the Credit Union Org Chart” that continues to drive a substantial amount of site traffic. In that post we outlined a different way of thinking about credit union organizational structure than the typical departmental approach taken by most credit unions. 1,808 more words

Tom Glatt

Happy Anniversary from WordPress

A day or so ago, I got an email from WordPress congratulating me on my anniversary. It took me a moment to figure out what they were telling me. 478 more words

That's Life

Why Use BigPicture?

There’s always some new software product coming out–how can you know if this one is worth your time?  We’re convinced that BigPicture can make your work and life easier and more organized.  33 more words


An Org Chart in Four Dimensions

There it is. Sitting in your inbox. Once a cycle a new Org Chart arrives. Maybe that cycle is once a year, a quarter or in my case each release. 1,627 more words


What Marketing Org Charts Tell You About The Business

Organizational charts are an interesting thing. Every company has an official one and also a few “unofficial” charts. Look at how people are structured and what the reporting structure looks like and it will tell how the company is run, what is important to them, and how they think about their product and services and the market in general. 659 more words

Marketing Strategy

4 Easy Tips To Do The Best Organizational Charts

Do you despise organizational charts?  How many times do you have to change it in a year?  It’s inevitable when you have a business or non-profit organization; the organizational chart is needed. 522 more words

Small Business

Philadelphia Local - Some Tools Local Designers Will Find Useful

In my work for Building21 I have been digging through local resources in Philadelphia. The most useful of these resources is The Notebook has been gathering and organizing an enormous amount of useful data on Philly’s schools. 114 more words

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