Designing Employee Experiences So People Want to Show Up to Work

With Jacob Morgan, Keynote Speaker, Best-Selling Author, Futurist, and Co-Founder of The Future of Work Community


We all spend a lot of time and money trying to create great and meaningful experiences for ourselves. As humans, this is something we all value. But what happened to experience at work? In today’s rapidly changing and competitive world, the war for talent has never been fiercer, and organizations can no longer rely on their brand power or compensation packages to attract people. So what can organizations do? We are approaching a new world where experiential organizations will dominate. These organizations focus on creating a place where people want to show up, not where they need to show up. Based on his ongoing research of the world’s most forward-thinking organizations, Jacob Morgan explored how to design the type of organization that focuses on culture, technology, and the physical work space. The future of work is all about the employee experience.

Is your organization ready?

  • Why and how the workplace is changing
  • The three employee experience environments: culture, physical space, and technology
  • The types of organizations that are starting to emerge that focus on experience
  • How to design and create employee experiences
  • What some of the world’s most forward-thinking organizations are doing
  • What employees care about most in the workplace


Jacob Morgan is one of the world’s leading authorities on the future of work, employee experience, and how the workplace is changing. He is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, and futurist who advises business leaders and organizations around the world. Jacob is also the cofounder of the Future of Work Community, a global innovation council of the world’s most forward-thinking organizations exploring the new world of work. He has a new book for Wiley coming out in 2017, and his previous best-selling books were The Future of Work and The Collaborative Organization. Jacob’s work has been endorsed and supported all over the world by leaders such as the CEO of SAP, president of Turner International, CEO of Schneider Electric, CEO of Whirlpool, owner of the Golden State Warriors, global chairman of KPMG, CIO of the United States of America, and dozens of others.