The world is changing. 
Here’s what we’re learning.

Technology Disruption

If you’re a technology leader, it’s not a question of whether you’ll be disrupted. It’s a question of when. The pace of change has become so rapid that it can feel impossible to plan for future growth. But it’s not impossible – it just requires a new strategic toolkit. Don’t fall into the trap of just trying to run faster. Plan ahead. Jump helps clients to anticipate what their customers will want before they know they want it, then translate those insights into next-generation product plans, ecosystem strategies, and roadmaps for adoption. We partner closely to make smarter long-term bets, keep ahead of disruption, and deliver on audacious mandates for growth.



By Dev Patnaik

Looking to become a practitioner yourself? For over fifty years, Needfinding has been a core innovation class at Stanford University. This book acts as the primary reference for methods taught in the class. It’s now available to students and non-students alike.

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Wired to Care

By Dev Patnaik

We wrote the book on empathy… literally. Wired to Care was the first book to demonstrate the power of empathy in business. When people inside a company get a shared sense of what’s going on in the world, they see new opportunities faster than their competitors.

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Building Design Strategy

By Thomas Lockwood and Thomas Walton

How can design be used to solve business problems? This collection brings together thought leaders from the world of design to explore how to think ahead, adapt to challenges and developing tangible strategies for growth.

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A More Beautiful Question

By Warren Berger

Traditional schools and workplaces teach us to get good at giving better answers. Innovation and learning happens when we ask better questions. In his observations of Jump, Warren deftly captures the essence of why we exist.

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“Innovation is fueled by seeing the world with new eyes. On numerous occasions, Jump has helped us break through to those most critical insights.”

Beth Comstock
Chief Marketing Officer
General Electric