Jacob is an Author, Speaker, and futurist. His latest book, The Future of Work: Attract New Talent, Build Better Leaders, and Create a Competitive Organization, was released by Wiley on Sept 2, 2014 and was endorsed by business leaders such as the CEO of SAP, Global Chairman of KPMG, CEO of Schneider Electric, CEO of Zappos, CEO of Whirlpool, CEO of Mandalay Entertainment, CEO of PARC, CEO of Intuit, Dan Pink, Gary Hamel, and others. His previous book for McGraw Hill, The Collaborative Organization was released in June of 2011 and became an Amazon best-seller which was endorsed by the CIO of the USA, CEO of Unisys, founder of Craigslist, CMO of Dell, CEO of TELUS and many others. Jacob also co-founded the Future Of Work Community which is a brand council of the world’s most forward thinking organizations who come together to explore the future of work. He has consulted, advised, and spoken at many organizations including Sodexo, Safeway, Cisco, SAP, Franklin Templeton Investments, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Microsoft and others. He was also recently a judge for Gary Hamel’s Management Innovation Exchange and has been named by SAP as one of the top influencers on Human Potential. Jacob has been featured in media outlets such as the WSJ, USA Today, Inc Magazine, CNN, Fast Company, and others. Jacob also hosts the popular Future of Work Podcast where he interviews business leaders, executives, and authors in addition to his bi-weekly Youtube video series. He is also working on a new show all about the future of work. He has a popular column for Forbes where he writes about the future of work and also blogs at TheFutureOrganization.com. You can connect with Jacob directly on Twitter @JacobM or email him at Jacob@TheFutureOrganization.com.
Content Presented by Jacob Morgan
Smart leaders and organizations are increasingly focused on developing a comprehensive experience for their employees- from hire to retire. But what does this mean? How can companies start the process of building an employee-centric workplace? In ...Read more
Discover how to design employee experiences that focus on three environments: physical, cultural, and technological, in order to create an organization where people want to work.
People have more choices than ever when it comes to how and where they work. Two words will determine your ability to attract, hire, and retain your best talent for the foreseeable future: Employee Experiences. In this HCI Keynote video, Jacob ...Read more
In this 10 minute interview with Jacob Morgan, we ask him:
Can you explain for our listeners the three environments that make up the employee experience and how can organizations prepare for the future of work?
How can HR play an ...