Jim Jubelirer is an experienced business manager and expert in consumer behavior, sustainability, training, and organizational development. He is passionate about helping people envision a successful transition to a post-oil economy.
Jim Jubelirer is an experienced business manager and expert in consumer behavior, sustainability, training, and organizational development. He is passionate about helping people envision a successful transition to a post-oil economy. Jim as active in a number of sustainable business projects, blogs for GreenBiz.com and writes a monthly column on the latest public opinion research for Sustainable Life Media. Jim's most recent consulting project was working with EDF to explore the feasibility of creating an open-source repository of corporate sustainability training material.
Jim was Vice President at Harris Interactive (the folks who do the Harris Poll) in the Loyalty Center of Excellence. Jim was instrumental in shaping the direction of Harris' new Green Center of Excellence, specializing in market research that measures demand for sustainable products and services.
Jim was also Vice President at Burke, Inc., one of the premier international research and consulting firms that helps companies understand and accurately predict marketplace behavior.
Jim speaks to a wide variety of audiences about service quality, customer loyalty, and opportunities for transitioning to a green economy. He recently presented to audiences as diverse as the Cornell Entrepreneur Network and Sustainable Brands '09.
Jim started his career as a forest ranger in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado and loves to get outside whenever he can.
Jim received his bachelor's degree from the University of California at Santa Cruz and an M.B.A. from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.
From debunking climate change skeptics to motivating your employees, last week's conference in Durham, N.C. brought together business and NGOs, investors and entrepreneurs, to map the path of the green economy.