Jasmine Plechatsch is the CEO of leap in time. In the last decades, she worked in several industries in the private and the public sector.
Jasmine Plechatsch thinks out of the box and recommends companies and HR executives to be more open to try out new things. She is an expert in design thinking as well as coaching of firms to think in new and unconventional ways, by still finding feasable solutions.
Role modelling collective leadership, understanding disruptive market developments, creating systematic innovation competence and personal development are topics that Jonas discusses with top-executives and managers. As an industrial engineer with a background in strategy consulting and in the start-up scene he understands both worlds, the new and the old economy. In his work with companies he sees himself as mediator between these two worlds.
Jonas Gottschalk is responsible for the business and product development of the Leap in Time GmbH. As a consultant, speaker and trainer he has been all around Germany and internationally to work on the topics of strategy and leadership. Now he shares these experiences in workshops, events and key-notes.
Prof. Ruth Stock-Homburg, Ph.D., is founder and chairperson of the academic council of leap in time. She is also chairholder for Marketing & Human Resource Management at the TU Darmstadt and is guest professor at MIT Cambridge, USA. Prof. Stock-Homburg published various books in the fields of Human Resource Management and Customer Relationship Management. Furthermore, she is author of numerous articles in leading academic journals.
Major Research topics include future of work, life balance, age management, leadership and market-oriented management. Moreover, she conducted scientific studies on the role of executives, employees and customers within the innovation process.