Cyberspace, Cultural Space: What the National Park System Can Teach Us about Digital Security

July 29, 2014

This post was written by Matthew Ford, a strategist here at Jump. You can find him on Twitter @matthewdford, or get in touch with him by commenting on this post. 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

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6 Steps for Turning Corporate Responsibility Into Bottom Line Growth

July 24, 2014

This post was written by Esther Luk, an associate here at Jump. You can get in touch with her by commenting on this post.  Whether we’re talking about a startup with 10 employees or a multinational corporation with offices all around the world, one thing is hard to deny: nearly all companies have unique resources

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3 Things the World Cup Can Teach Us About Business Strategy

July 22, 2014

This post was written by Diana Cheng, a Senior Strategist here at Jump. You can get in touch with her by commenting on this post. Over the last few weeks, I was one of over 26 million Americans who tuned in to watch the 2014 World Cup. I love watching real football—soccer—and grew up watching

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Geographic Expansion Isn’t About Cutting and Pasting

July 17, 2014

This post was written by Udaya Patnaik, Co-Founder of Jump. You can find him on Twitter @UdayaJump, or get in touch with him by commenting on this post. Tesco, a supermarket chain and the largest retailer in the UK (second in the world only to Walmart), is wildly successful in Britain. But despite all of

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Terabyte Incognita: Where Big Data Meets Environmental Science

July 10, 2014

This post was written by Danielle Raynal, an associate here at Jump. You can contact her directly by commenting on this post.  One of the biggest issues floating around with Big Data today is that people just aren’t sure how to use it. Companies are amassing all sorts of data, which is (mostly) fine, but

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Care, Do, Get Feedback: Why Innovation Agencies Need to Be Learning Agencies

July 9, 2014

This post was written by Eric Schreiber, an associate here at Jump. You can find him on Twitter @EricNSchreiber, or get in touch by commenting on this post. There are two types of business challenges: Problems of complexity, like coordinating a massive invasion on D-Day. Problems of ambiguity, like figuring out what comes after electric cars. Complex problems

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An Innovation Strategist Goes to the Beach

July 3, 2014

This post was written by Jay Newman, Director of Strategy here at Jump. You can find him on Twitter @Jay_Newman, or get in touch with him by commenting on this post.  On a recent vacation, I was strolling down the beach, listening to Richard Feynman’s lectures on Audible at 2x speed and letting my eyes wander.

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Strategic Meetings Are Golden Moments–Make Them Shine: Reviewing Moments of Impact by Chris Ertel and Lisa Kay Solomon

July 2, 2014

  This post was written by Neal Moore, Directing Associate and Senior Strategist here at Jump. You can get in touch with him by commenting on this post. I recently ran into a friend of mine who couldn’t stop talking about her weeklong, all-company strategy retreat. Her company’s CEO had pulled people from 3 different

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