Jack Altman is the CEO and cofounder of Lattice, a performance management and employee engagement platform Lattice serves over 2,500 leading companies, including Reddit, Slack, Cruise, and more. Lattice has been called the next billion-dollar startup by Forbes, and Altman is a frequently requested speaker at HR industry conferences.
Prior to launching Lattice, Jack was the VP of Business and Corporate Development at Teespring, an e-commerce platform. Jack was also an early stage venture capital investor in companies like Opendoor, Flexport, and PlanGrid. Jack earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Princeton.
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Through his experiences in building and leading a high-growth HRTech company and partnering closely with People teams across industries, Jack captures the spirit and tactics of building resilient performance cultures. The takeaways here will help any business leader who cares about people, culture, and performance more fully realize their potential.
People leaders: make your CEO read this book! Jack makes a crystal clear case for investing in People as a primary component of business strategy. This book is the key to getting the buy in to strategically invest in People and unlock the culture you want.
The team you build is the company you build. No matter how many times people hear that business is all about people, the average business leader still somehow underweights its importance. Jack’s book takes a close look at the craft of strategic HR leaders, and the role they can help play in building generational companies.
Lattice is the people management platform that enables leaders to develop engaged, high-performing teams.
By combining performance management, employee engagement, and employee development, Lattice provides powerful, real-time insights through analytics. Based in San Francisco, Lattice serves over 2,500 customers and was ranked no. 22 on the 2020 Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies list.