2023 Alumni Association Golf Tournament
Come out and join fellow classmates, faculty, trustees, alumni and friends for a fun-filled day on the greens with a marvelous view of the Colorado Rocky Mountains!
Strategic Topic Projects Position Community Banks for the Future
GSBC’s rising third-year students dedicate significant time before their final session on campus exploring and addressing an opportunity or challenge their institution is facing by completing their Strategic Topic Project.
GSBC Students Identify Emerging Risks and Opportunities
By GSBC President Michael Stevens One of the hard questions we asked the class was to identify emerging risks and opportunities based on the current economic environment, state of global affairs and changes in the environment. Risks Identified Small business survival, e.g., wages, inflation, supply chain. How much can they take? The unknown of digital…
GSBC Students on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
GSBC again held a “Hard Questions” course at its 71st Annual School Session in July. The premise of the course is that, as a leader, you will get the questions people don’t know how to—or don’t want to—answer. This special class provides an opportunity for students to expand their thinking by being exposed to a variety of views and experiences.
The Future is Now
This is the third in a series of articles from GSBC’s Peer Group Projects. The projects are the work of our first-year class from July 2021. This article was compiled from the work of two groups which looked at the future of community banking post-pandemic.
Jefferson, Buffett & Bubbles
This is the second in a series of articles from GSBC’s Peer Group Projects. The projects are the work of our first-year class from July 2021. One group, comprised of nine community bankers, chose to explore the actions banks can take to mitigate the risk of asset bubbles.
Peeking Around the Inflation Corner
In 2021, GSBC launched its first-ever peer group initiative where new students of the Annual School Session were assigned to groups of up to 10 of their peers. The purpose of the peer groups was to ignite relationship building by facilitating connections virtually prior to the start of the session. We know relationship building is a tremendous value to banking schools in general and in our opinion, the sooner we get that started the better.
GSBC Partners With UMass Amherst to Help Community Bankers Evolve
As the community banking landscape continues to change, the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC) continues to equip and empower community bankers to grow and evolve by forging strategic partnerships with higher education institutions.
Relationship Banking & Digital Transformation
The pace of change on the technology front is both exciting and frightening. Consumers engage with multiple platforms fueled by data and artificial intelligence. Each experience helps to create an expectation for the service they want to see from the next platform they use.
What Does a Wildly Successful GSBC Look Like in 10 Years?
Envisioning what a wildly successful GSBC looks like in 10 years is really when everything came together. By understanding our vulnerability and appreciating the amount of change being implemented around us, it really opened our minds to possibilities.
2022 Alumni Association Golf Tournament
Come out and join fellow classmates, faculty, trustees, alumni and friends for a fun-filled day on the greens with a marvelous view of the Colorado Rocky Mountains! Colorado National Golf Club is located in Erie, CO, just 30 minutes east of Boulder.
GSBC, Leeds School of Business Partner to Offer Executive Leadership Certificate in 2022
The Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC) has announced its new Certificate in Executive Leadership, developed in partnership with the University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business.