Work&Place is built around the value of creating and sharing knowledge. We are proud of our role in distributing leading insights and experiences about the management of work and the workplace, but we are particularly excited about building a diverse, multi-funtional global community of thought leaders and practioners who understand the strategic impact of effective leadership and collaboration.
Our Editorial Advisory Board is composed of experienced professionals from several different functional areas and from different regions around the world. We have invited workplace strategists and designers, facilities managers, human resource specialists, and technology experts to work with us. They are thought leaders who are constantly seeking new ideas and new examples of best practices.
The members of the Editorial Advisory Board are themselves authors, teachers, and/or practicing senior executives. They have accepted our invitation to serve as advisors to Work&Place because they know the value of sharing experience, and they are committed to knowledge creation and lifelong learning. They help us recruit authors, review draft articles, and engage with our subscribers in ongoing conversations about work and place.