Brad Taber, Chief Information Officer, and Clint Hill, Director of Digital Banking, both recently completed the popular and respected Digital Banking School presented by the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
GSB’s Digital Banking School is the first school of its kind and is focused exclusively on helping community banks devote attention, staffing, and financial resources to innovation, digital product mix, online customer engagement, technological advances, vendor partnerships, and more.
Designed specifically to educate cross-functional teams, this school brought together experts in innovation and FinTech with practicing digital bankers to provide a collaborative, engaging experience around the key elements of a successful digital bank. Topics included digital banking strategy, market analysis, integrating digital with brick and mortar, meeting customer needs, developing the right team, choosing appropriate technology, and more.
The Graduate School of Banking is sponsored and governed by the Central States Conference of Bankers Associations in partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Many of the chief officers from each of these member associations, along with representatives of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, serve on the GSB Board of Trustees, the governing body of GSB.
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