The Workplace of the Future

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Chicago

Entrepreneurial Roundtable

November 12, 2018: 6:15 PM - 9:00 PM

Entrepreneurial technologist discusses the design of organizations for matching effectively with the context of work in the future


National Louis University
Room 302
850 Warrenville Rd
Lisle, Illinois

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Event Details

The Workplace of the Future
From the gig economy to telecommuting and a millennial generation workforce, the environment within which work gets done is a key determinant of what can be accomplished. And the manner in which a business owner can shape the organizational context within an evolving social and economic background can separate the winners from losers.
This month will feature the rescheduled visit from July of a consultant/coach with extensive new venture experience as both principal and consultant who has skillfully navigated the intersection of technology and business. He will share his expectations on the inputs that will be available to entrepreneurs in the coming decades and the preparations to make know to apply them most effectively.


Chicago Booth Alumni and students $15.00 Fee as of 11/7/2018 $20.00

Entrepreneurial Roundtable Member $15.00 Fee as of 11/7/2018 $20.00

General Public $20.00                       Fee as of 11/7/2018 $25.00

Member Guest $15.00                      Fee as of 11/7/2018


Register Online

Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only
No credit cards at the door, only cash and checks.
• Dress is business casual.
• Select the appropriate registrant category as listed below. NB: The "restricted", no-fee category shown on the registration page is for the speaker and guests, as authorized by ER.
• Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel, must do so by Wednesday, November 7. There is a no refund policy for late cancellation attempts or for no shows.
Registration cancellations will be accepted until November 8, 2018 at 12:01 AM

Deadline: 11/12/2018

Speaker Profiles

Tomer Yogev (Speaker) '10
Co-fouder, Tandem Spring

Having been directly involved in the launch of fourteen companies, Tomer has advised many more entrepreneurs on strategy, operations, leadership and culture as well as speaking/publishing on such topics. Enabling technological innovation, he has also participated in multiple acquisitions, served in interim executive roles and worked in venture capital. This past spring he started an academic appointment as an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at DePaul U. He earned his BS at Northwestern U and MBA at Chicago Booth.


Gregory Gocek, '85 
Booth ER Chairman