Join other business leaders from all over the region and discuss innovative ways in which people are communicating, collaborating and attracting, in addition to empowering the best talent in the fourth industrial revolution — the digital revolution.
Take advantage of our Early-bird discount when you register before Feb 28.
In today’s fast-changing world, the workplace is much more than a physical space occupied by people during regular office hours. The line between professional and personal life is becoming blurred as people are able to connect and work at virtually any time, any place. As the revolution continues, employees will seek new, unprecedented ways of working and collaborating.
Keeping up with these changes in the work experience is a challenge for many organizations, which must adapt to an entirely new working environment: the digital workplace. What are the key success factors for implementing a digital workplace strategy capable of driving true cultural change?
Join the conversation at Mercer’s 2017 Latin America HR Forum, where business leaders from all over the region come together to discuss the innovative ways in which people are communicating and collaborating. We’ll share experiences, best practices and intellectual capital on how to attract and empower the best talent in the fourth industrial revolution — the digital revolution.
After having terrible jobs working for other people Jacob went off on his own to research and explore how work and everything we know about it is changing. Today 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. His latest book, The Employee Experience Advantage: How to Win the War for Talent by Giving Employees the Workspaces they Want, the Tools they Need, and a Culture They Can Celebrate" (Wiley, March 2017) analyzes over 250 global organizations to determine how to create an organization where people genuinely want, not need to show up to work. Jacob's previous book was The Future of Work, which explored how the workplace is changing and what organizations need to do to adapt. Prior to that he wrote, The Collaborative Organization, a strategic guide for how organizations can successfully deploy social collaboration tools.
In addition to the main program of events, we will again offer our very popular individual country sessions, which provide essential information on managing talent around the region.
We are excited to introduce our team of renowned speakers for our 2017 event. Leading experts in their fields and with backgrounds from all Latin American countries, they are ideally suited to share their knowledge and advise on best practices.