In everyday life, an average person is likely going to come across situations requiring feedback from a coworker, peer, or even friend. That need for feedback often devolves into simple praise, which gives little benefit to either party, and in fact, can be detrimental.
Some companies may prefer regulatory strategies in the absence of an innovation strategy. And while the former may offer short-term advantages, the latter will define the future.
The New York Times reports on Jump’s work with the Stanford School of Medicine to redefine employee benefits. As the Times shares, one finding is that it’s not about work/life balance, but rather, work/life integration.
The Stanford School of Medicine received the Alfred P. Sloan Award for Excellence in Faculty Career Flexibility, in recognition of their work/life programs.
Unleashing Innovation: The Question is the Answer April 9 - 11, 2014
Dev Patnaik will be leading a practicum for some of the world's most visionary business leaders at the 2014 Conscious Capitalism CEO Summit on April 9 – 11, 2014 at Paradise Point Resort in San Diego, California.
Jump Workshops at Uncharted Ideas Festival October 25-26, 2013
Jump is excited to be participating in the Uncharted Ideas Festival on October 25th and 26th in Berkley, CA.
Financial Services Summit October 17, 2013
An intimate conversation among 15 senior leaders in financial services.
New Business Bootcamp September 19-20, 2013
The Jump New Business Boot Camp teaches business and strategy leaders key techniques and best practices for identifying and growing new businesses.
Healthcare Leadership Summit Nov 15, 2012
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.