About madho

Jason (although everyone calls him "Madho") leads the Developer Product and Community for Serve, American Express digital payments platform. Prior to American Express, he held various product and brand marketing roles at Nokia, Disney, Omnicom, ElectricArtists, (a boutique agency), and Capitol Records. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, soccer ball, 3 bikes and skateboard.

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  • madho shared from Mobile Banking: Financial Services Meet the Electronic Wallet by Knowledge@Wharton, Ernst & Young
    Says Joanna Lambert, head of the Enterprise Growth Group at American Express, “Look at how quickly people moved from reading paper books to reading digital books; look at how quickly we went from buying CDs to buying music on our iTunes account. I think mobile payment is going to be the same.” And while credit cards are not going away anytime soon, “there is lots of change and disruption going on within the industry,” she said. Amex “and our colleagues at Visa and MasterCard—we’re all building new things and [testing] new things.”
    Note: @jolambert in the house!
  • madho shared from Mobile Banking: Financial Services Meet the Electronic Wallet by Knowledge@Wharton, Ernst & Young
    Says Joanna Lambert, head of the Enterprise Growth Group at American Express, “Look at how quickly people moved from reading paper books to reading digital books; look at how quickly we went from buying CDs to buying music on our iTunes account. I think mobile payment is going to be the same.” And while credit cards are not going away anytime soon, “there is lots of change and disruption going on within the industry,” she said. Amex “and our colleagues at Visa and MasterCard—we’re all building new things and [testing] new things.”
    Note: @jolambert in the house!
  • madho shared from Discovery-Driven Growth: A Breakthrough Process to Reduce Risk and Seize Opportunity by Rita Gunther McGrath, Ian C. Macmillan
    Platform Launches and Adjacencies Platform launches are major initiatives, often requiring substantial investment, to establish your firm in a new growth area at scale. The goal of a platform project is, as the name suggests, establishing a platform for significant growth in future revenues and profits. By definition, these projects are inherently more risky than core enhancements, because platforms require that a firm explore new capabilities and new market areas, often at the same time. Platforms are also highly vulnerable. Often, we’ve seen new platforms struggle in internal power plays with...
  • madho shared from What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast: A Short Guide to Making Over Your Mornings--and Life (A Penguin Special from Portfolio) by Laura Vanderkam
    What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast
    Note: Good read. @jasonpalexander may also like #lifehack
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