THE CREDIT UNION WORLD

Theory, Process, Practice--Cases & Application

by Wendell V. Fountain


Formats

Softcover
£16.49
Hardcover
£63.95
Softcover
£16.49

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/4/2006

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 244
ISBN : 9781425970062
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 244
ISBN : 9781425970079

About the Book

After a quarter century of serving in the credit union movement-industry by this author, this book is more comprehensive than his first book on credit unions in 1994—THE CREDIT UNION DIRECTOR: Roles, Duties, and Responsibilities.  This work examines the milieu of the credit union world as related to current theory, process, and practice.  In addition, fictional, composite cases provide the reader with the opportunity, through the application process, to analyze the performance and behavior of fictional credit unions and that of the reader’s credit union by using the case analysis approach.

 


About the Author

Since 1984 Dr. Wendell V. Fountain has been President & Principal Consultant of Fountain Associates, Inc (a business & management firm).  He is an educator, graduate school professor, speaker, corporate trainer & business/credit union strategist.  He is the author of numerous credit union articles for the Credit Union Executives Society, Credit Union magazine, among others, and has conducted many credit union training sessions and spoken at a significant number of credit union conferences.   He has authored both nonfiction and fiction books.  His first credit union book THE CREDIT UNION DIRECTOR: Roles, Duties, & Responsibilities (1994) was well received by the credit union movement-industry.  Since then, he has authored two novels, Love-40 and Grace, respectively, and a nonfiction book on higher education titled ACADEMINC SHARECOPPERS: Exploitation of Adjunct Faculty and the Higher Education System (2005).   From 1982-2007 he served on the Board of Directors of VyStar Credit union, holding various offices.  Since 1996 he has pursued post-doctoral studies at Harvard Business School, University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, and Wharton.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s in human resources management and an earned doctorate in business administration (D.B.A.).