Our mission at Order In is to build a better workday.

TODAY

Work from home but not alone; our digital membership is here to support your remote workday.

We hope to be helpful and support our communities during the COVID-19 crisis. We're loving our members-only community events and resources, and insights into remote work best practices!

TOMORROW

Remember how nice it was to see people in person?

As soon as it is safe to do so, Order In will roll out our flagship members’ clubhouses and work-from-nature programs, allowing our members to gather and support each other in person, enjoy live events and programming, and take their workday in inspiring natural settings. The most exciting part: baby goats!

TOMORROW

Remember how nice it was to see people in person?

As soon as it is safe to do so, Order In will roll out our flagship members’ clubhouses and work-from-nature programs, allowing our members to gather and support each other in person, enjoy live events and programming, and take their workday in inspiring natural settings. The most exciting part: baby goats!

THE FUTURE

Work is broken.

By proving that we can create a better workday, we hope to promote widespread adoption of human-focused flexibility initiatives, work-life balance best practices, and community support. We are here to model a way of working that increases both productivity and happiness, and to support our members as role models to end isolation and burnout.

Order In is designed to address the biggest problems in remote work by helping you in two key areas.

Powered by Behavioral Science

We use choice architecture and behavioral science to support a better workday. Here are just three of the elements powering our workday. (Hover over each card to learn more!)

Advocacy Bias

People tend to follow their own advice. When you encourage others to work and achieve, you encourage yourself.

Advocacy Bias

Social Accountability

Sometimes, you need someone else to cheer you on and keep you accountable. In fact, with the right people in your corner and by setting regular accountability meetings, you can increase your likelihood of completing tasks to up to 95%.

Social Accountability

Community Norms

We’re curating a community of doers that help each other out. When the whole community is doing their best work and down to lend a helping hand, you’re more likely to achieve your goals and help out, too.

Community Norms

Our Methods

We use choice architecture and behavioral science to support a better workday. Here are just three of the elements powering our workday.

Advocacy Bias

People tend to follow their own advice. When you encourage others to work and achieve, you encourage yourself.

Social Accountability

Sometimes, you need someone else to cheer you on and keep you accountable. In fact, with the right people in your corner and by setting regular accountability meetings, you can increase your likelihood of completing tasks to up to 95%.

Community Norms

We’re curating a community of doers that help each other out. When the whole community is doing their best work and down to lend a helping hand, you’re more likely to achieve your goals and help out, too.

Our Team

Founding team JJ Caffey, Megan Kyne, and Austin Geter share a vision of a more deliberate, more fulfilled, more human “future of work.” We know that well-being and effectiveness go hand in hand; we have the data to prove it. We believe that people need support from their communities to be productive and satisfied, and that no one should have to go it alone.

Megan Kyne

Co-founder & Head of Product

Austin Geter

Co-founder & Creative Director

JJ Caffey

Co-founder & CEO

JJ Caffey

Co-founder & CEO