JP│KOM is a knowledge-based agency. Sharing and boosting knowledge is our philosophy.

Read, think or talk in the library

More

Networking: please use me!

More

Read, think or talk in the library

JP│KOM’s bread and butter is knowledge. Lots of the toolsthat we use in our day-to-day work are derived from the business and marketing worlds, social psychology and other areas. Our library, which features a selection of standard works, is available for staff to use as they please – whether it’s to look up something , reflect on an idea, or enjoy a good read. The bookcase itself was a gift from a former employee who couldn’t take it with him when he moved. It looks so good, it’s almost as if it were especially made for its new home.

Networking: please use me!

What do we mean by networking? Well, it’s certainly about more than just talking about things like “Who’s headed where?” and “Who’s got a problem that needs solving?” And more often than not even private networking is a springboard for a leap into business matters. Having a large network means more access to knowledge, and sometimes recommendations. An outsider perspective can really inspire you in your own thinking or work. If you have any problems, you can quickly find help – a network is a safety net too. And you might even make a friend or two. Just take care not to exploit these relationships for the sake of work.

For the love of art

More

Coyo: JP│KOM’s social intranet

More

For the love of art

In the Rhineland, you don’t necessarily need an excuse to meet for a beer. But further south in Frankfurt, you generally visit a museum first. Twice a year, JP│KOM’s Frankfurt office invites staff and friends of the agency to an art event, followed by a glass of wine. The team has visited a number of different exhibitions over the years – from Botticelli, to Egon Schiele, and Yoko Ono – at local museums like the Städel and the Schirn. They will see just about anything art-related that makes for a lively discussion that isn’t all about business.

Coyo: JP│KOM’s social intranet

Generating, accessing and applying knowledge: with our social intranet Coyo, our staff in Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and beyond can exchange their experiences of using different tools. The knowledge management system is based on two elements: the “knowledge store” for day-to-day work, and the “workspace ” areas. From market stats to new social media tools, event tips, contact details for service providers, and how-to pages – Coyo covers pretty much everything that our staff could want or need.

Best of "News-Service"

Our News-Service is an established source of specialist articles. Read our latest pieces in our blog or download the best editions of our News-Service in PDF format.

Ausgabe Januar 2017
Digitale Transformation ermöglichen
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe November 2016
Finanzrevolution per Smartphone?
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe Oktober 2016
Industrie 4.0 & Internet of things
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe April 2016
Internationale Kommunikation
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe Januar 2016
Die neue JP│KOM Website
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe Oktober 2015
Die digitale Mitarbeiterzeitung
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe Juni 2015
Auf dem Weg zur digitalen Gesundheitswirtschaft
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe Juni 2015
Werkzeugkasten für die richtige Webstrategie 2.0
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe April 2015
Auf dem Weg zur "Kommunikation 4.0"
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe September 2014
Marktveränderungen erfordern neue Kampagnen
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe August 2014
Werttreibende Issues erkennen und aktivieren - die Unternehmensziele erreichen
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe Juni 2014
Den richtigen NGO-Partner finden
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe Mai 2014
Werkzeugkasten Investor Relations im Web 2.0
DOWNLOAD

Ausgabe März 2014
Bewegtbild als Instrument der strategischen Unternehmenskommunikation
DOWNLOAD

Exchanging knowledge and experiences at Excellence Days

More

Exchanging knowledge and experiences at Excellence Days

Twice a year, all our staff come together in our workshop for Excellence Days. During this two-day internal conference, JP│KOM consultants present best practices from the agency and exemplary concepts. The first day features presentations by individual teams. On the second day, employees simulate customer workshops or pitches. The Excellence Days are hard work, and everyone is relieved when they’re over. But it’s worth it for the knowledge we share and gain.