I recently discovered a surprising connection between two seemingly unrelated cards in my wallet. The first was a national parks pass, which provides access to all of the U.S.’s national parks and monuments (I’ve been avidly visiting as many as possible this year). The second was my debit card, which was compromised in the Target security breach from earlier this year.
Cyberspace, Cultural Space: What the National Park System Can Teach Us about Digital SecurityJuly 29, 2014
The best forms of corporate responsibility are those that leverage what your company is best at. By finding out what you’re best at, you can look for causes that align with those strengths and find a way to make a greater impact than simply volunteering in off hours or packing boxes with school supplies. It’s up to you to decide what purpose you seek to impact, how much you should invest, and what workstream you’ll use to realize that purpose.
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.
The growing panoply of payment platforms has led to a dizzying array of choices. Consumers face a barrage of mobile apps that compete with plastic cards already vying for top-of-wallet status. NFC, EMV, BitCoin - which technology will win out? In a new piece in the American Banker Jump Principal Lauren Pollak examines how payments technologies are currently in a cycle of divergence, and offers concrete strategies and solutions for what companies can do to win.
Changing Healthcare Delivery Through Design August 19, 2014
Jump Associates' Ibanga Umanah will be participating in a panel discussion, titled Changing Healthcare Delivery Through Design, on Tuesday, August 19, 2014, from 6:30-8:30 at Cooper's Studio in San Francisco.
The Vine: A Conversation on the Nature of Community June 24, 2014
Dev Patnaik will be participating in a one-on-one conversation with Lance Knobel for The Vine at the Golden Gate Club--The Presidio on June 24, 2014. Dev's one-on-one will be in the closing session from roughly 4-4:30pm. The Vine runs from 9am-5pm with a reception from 5-6:30pm.
An intimate conversation among 15 senior leaders in financial services.
The Jump New Business Boot Camp teaches business and strategy leaders key techniques and best practices for identifying and growing new businesses.
The challenges facing healthcare today call for a new type of leader.
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.
The Wall Street Journal and Winning Workplaces have recognized Jump as one of the best workplaces in America. Learn why.