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Innovation & Implementation Lab
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The Innovation and Implementation Lab was created to encourage on-going and continuous curiosity, generating revolutionary ideas to serve Kansas credit unions and their members. 

Innovative ideas are cultured and worked to the point where processes, products or services are brought to market ahead of the competition. Innovations should meet member needs, build member loyalty, and lower costs and increase efficiencies or a combination thereof. The Lab will consist of two distinct teams: the Think Tank and the Dream to Destination (D2D).

Think Tank
Think Tank was created for the purpose of fostering the continued advancement of Kansas credit unions through progressive idea generation. This group of credit union professionals will gather at least three times throughout the participant’s one year term to develop their ideas and share their passion.

Learn more about becoming a member of Think Tank
    
Dream to Destination (D2D)
Dream to Destination acts as the puzzle solver for the Innovation and Implementation Lab. The progressive ideas from the Think Tank are handed to the D2D team to find the solutions. This team gathers a minimum of three times through the one year term to plan and oversee the follow through of the ideas proposed by the Think Tank.

Learn more about becoming a member of D2D


Money Possible:Destroy Debt
A pilot program stemming from the Innovation and Implementation Lab, Money Possible: Destroy Debt is an effort to increase consumer's awareness of personal financial literacy. This campaign is a partnership between the Kansas Credit Union Association, Wichita area credit unions and the Consumer Credit Counseling Service.

Loosely based on the hit NBC TV show "The Biggest Loser,” the campaign will follow Wichita area credit union members as they work with the Consumer Credit Counseling Service to destroy their household debt.

Visit the MoneyPossible.org blog, or follow along on twitter: #moneypossible

For information Money Possible campaign, contact Susan Dyer (800) 362-2076, ext. 3047.