Future Focused Initiatives
Next Gen Membership Strategy
Who are our next set of customers? How are they changing? Organizations that develop a Next Gen strategy will be rewarded with a new level of engagement as this generation takes its passions and activism from the street to their wallet. Amplifying your brand message will reach and capture the ambitions and involvement of this generation.
New Growth Projects
The greatest organizations today have a higher purpose beyond profits. Tesla’s is “To accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy.” Nike’s is “To bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete in the world.” While your mission and values may stay the same, forward-thinking organizations will need to get into new spaces to serve whitespace or analogous needs.
Future Focused Sessions
Social shifts (such as ageing), technological advancements (digital media, AI), economic issues (income inequality) — these trends and more carry a great deal of uncertainty. How will they affect who we serve and how? What new revenue models will be needed for economic growth? Future focused strategy sessions will be key to anticipating and preparing for massive shifts on the horizon.
Why Leadership Is in Crisis When We Need It the Most
The complex, ambiguous challenges of our time demand wise leaders, not just knowledgeable ones. Dev Patnaik explains how leaders can attain wisdom by pursuing a new paradigm that accounts for personal growth and moral development.
What to Do When the Marketplace Becomes a Woke/MAGA Food Fight
Customers increasingly want brands to take stands on social and political issues. Dev Patnaik writes in Forbes how companies can focus on developing the three pillars of strategy, culture, and leadership to connect with customers authentically.
True Empathy is Key to Effective Philanthropy
In a new opinion piece, Jump’s Dev Patnaik teams up with Kathleen Enright, the CEO of Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, to discuss the growing need for empathy in the non-profit world. In this rocky economy, simply caring deeply for others isn’t enough to grow and succeed.