Infuse innovation into your organization’s culture, create solutions to the most pressing needs of your members, and energize your leaders and team.
Innovation Workshops Details
Leverage the Filene Method, a proven innovation curriculum developed for the credit union industry, to empower your organization with tools to create impactful innovation and transform the member experience.
Learn how to create and test new ideas rooted in consumer needs. More than 1,000 emerging leaders have been trained on the Filene Method delivering impactful ideas to change consumers’ lives. Now, you can too.
Innovation Workshops Available
Innovation 101 - Virtual
Tiptoe into innovation with a 90-minute introduction to the concepts of the Filene Method.
Innovation Immersion – Virtual or In-Person
Jump into innovation with comprehensive exposure to the Filene Method.
Innovation Group – Virtual or In-Person
Dive into innovation by learning the Filene Method concepts and then put them into action. Create and test ideas designed to solve real consumer needs.
- A proven innovation system designed for the cooperative system
- Tools that participants can use immediately with their teams and in their roles
- New ideas based on what members and employees need
- Cross-silo collaboration that strengthens your organization’s culture
- A different way of thinking that puts well-being at the center of every conversation
Learn more about bringing Innovation Workshops to your organization by contacting Erin Coleman, Senior Director, Advisory Services, at [email protected].
"Participating in the Filene Innovation Immersion gets you outside the four walls of your office, your box, and inspires you to think about what could be, and often times what should be, when it comes to serving our credit union Members. It stimulates great conversations and collaboration amongst credit unions, which is a key difference about our industry compared to others. This unique collaborative component of the credit union movement can lead to great innovation in the future."