Creating strong professional relationships and fostering a sense of community are good ideas, no matter what your position is at your company. Whether you’re an EA, a CEO, an associate, or anyone in between, collaboration doesn’t only need to happen within your office’s walls.
Lessons from an EA: 3 Reasons Your Professional Network Is InvaluableSeptember 18, 2014
3 Lessons from NASA on Overcoming Uncertainty in Times of ChangeSeptember 16, 2014
In these times of uncertainty, it’s difficult to know what to do or how to act. It’s almost like when NASA first began exploring space. Space, much like the future, is a hostile unknown territory. By looking back at NASA’s early years, we can dissect the keys to their success and reapply their process to the analogous context facing us today. By doing this, we will know steps we can take to ensure growth into the future.
The Key to Healthcare Innovation Is Empowering NursesSeptember 1, 2014
The American healthcare system is in a crisis. With a growing shortage of doctors around the country and a growing body of patients, innovation in healthcare is today more important than ever. In a new piece on Quartz, a digital news outlet for business professionals owned by The Atlantic, Ibanga Umanah, Director and Health Practice Lead, and Adam Winski, Strategist, examine the potential role of nurses as a source of innovation in the changing healthcare landscape.
In the first of Convene's Future of Work panelist interview series, following their Hosted Conversation roundtable at Convene’s 101 Park Ave location on May 12, 2014, Convene interviewed our own Lauren Pollak, Financial Services Practice Lead at Jump, about the future of work.
Money 20/20: CEOs Reengineering to Reengage Retail Customers November 5, 2014
Jump Associates' Lauren Pollak will be moderating a panel discussion titled "CEOs Reengineering to Reengage Retail Customers." The discussion, part of the Money20/20 conference at Aria Las Vegas, will take place on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, from 3:40-4:25pm.
Payment Models for Pro-Poor Healthcare: USA, Latin America and Africa September 17, 2014
On Wednesday, September 17, 2014 from 6:30-8:30pm at Moody's Corporation, Jump Associates’ Ibanga Umanah will be moderating a panel discussion, titled Payment Models for Pro-Poor Healthcare: USA, Latin America and Africa.
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The Jump New Business Boot Camp teaches business and strategy leaders key techniques and best practices for identifying and growing new businesses.
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Enabling Social Spending
Peer-to-peer payment technologies are getting a lot of airtime, but they haven’t yet made much money. Jump created a new payment platform that’s profitable in its own right. UNIFY is a mobile payment platform created to help people pay better, together. It allows a group of people to pay for things together, in real-time at the point of sale.
Who We Are Shapes What We Do
More than a decade ago, we formed Jump to make a new kind of strategy consulting. We run on commitment to our clients, connections to the needs of real people, and a work culture that enables us and our partners to do more than seems possible at the outset. See how we work below, then get the full story.
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