19 Apr 2017 17:49 UTCWed 19 Apr 2017 - 5:49 pm UTC
I am seeking to find the names/contact info for experts (analyst, authors, et al) located in California who have expertise in addressing these topical areas. Note I am not seeking experts who can cover ALL topics below; instead, I am seeking -- for each category -- those who are experts in the topic.
1. Workplace/Office of the Future
2. Workplace Ergonomics
3. Workplace Productivity
20 Apr 2017 17:33 UTCThu 20 Apr 2017 - 5:33 pm UTC
There is a lot of information pertaining to the Office of the Future, workplace ergonomics and workplace productivity. However, narrowing down individuals who reside in California is a difficult task. I have been at this since yesterday and am providing what I have found thus far. I will be more than happy to look further with additional clarification that might help me narrow down some more names.
I hope the names below provide some help!
Workplace/Office of the Future
GENSLER ARCHITECTURE AND CONSULTING
Gensler has numerous offices in California and you can see their workplace design projects by following the office links or looking up particular worplace niches
Workplace innovation puts Gensler on top of design world
The Workplace of The Future: An Interview with Natalie Engels, Design Director of Gensler San Jose
https://www.gensler.com/expertise (see links under Workplace)
Hok has numerous offices in California and does a lot of design work for offices of the future.
I had a hard time narrowing down individual names but here is one.
Ernest Cirangle FAIA, LEED AP BD+C
Design Board Member
+1 424 298 4505
Clive Wilkinson Architects
Wilkinson is the head of his own firm, Clive Wilkinson Architects, which for years has stayed consistently ahead of the pack when it comes to innovative office design. (His work is a mainstay for Inc.'s annual World's Coolest Offices awards.) His firm's work includes Macquarie's Sydney HQ at One Shelley Street, Pallotta Teamworks in Los Angeles, and, recently, the "superdesk" used at the New York offices of marketing agency Barbarian Group.
But enough with his past laurels. This month in New York City, Wilkinson has finished up a project he says is channeling the future. "This is like looking at 2030, but it's now," Wilkinson says, of the recently completed office of corporate-education firm Gerson Lehrman Group in Midtown Manhattan.
The theme he built GLG's workspace around is one he's dubbed "activity-based working." It's a philosophy of the modern, productive, energy-efficient workplace that Wilkinson has built over the years, and one that's evolved along with the way employees interact with technology, and with their office.
Increasingly, as workers become dependent on only a highly portable computer, the traditional notion of the cubicle, or the executive office, seems unnecessary, Wilkinson says. Yes, that's right: Both the cubicle and the individual office may be a thing of the past. Or at least that's true if this influential architect has it right.
6116 Washington Boulevard
Culver City, California 90232
T: +1 310 358 2200
F: +1 310 358 2205
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Thousand Oaks and Sacramento locations
David Rempel, MD/MPH - Healthy Workplaces, UC Berkeley
Professor, Division of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, UC San Francisco
Professor, Department of Bioengineering, UC Berkeley
Director, Ergonomics Graduate Training Program, UC Berkeley
Ergonomics a Science? A conversation with ergonomics expert and researcher David Rempel, MD
2222 Bancroft Ext Ste 4300
University Health Services, Specialty Clinic
Berkeley, CA 94720
Anthony D. Andre, Ph.D.
Dr. Andre received his Ph.D. in Engineering Psychology (Human Factors and Ergonomics) from the University of Illinois in 1991. He is currently the Principal Founder of Interface Analysis Associates, a human factors/ergonomics consulting firm located in San Jose, California. Dr. Andre is also an Adjunct Professor in the Human Factors and Ergonomics Graduate Program at San Jose State University. Dr. Andre is a Contributing Editor of Ergonomics in Design, Member and Professional Development/Education Chair of the HFES National Program Committee, and a Founding Member of the Board of Directors of the Silicon Valley Ergonomics Institute. Dr. Andre is the author of over 100 publications and has presented numerous invited addresses, panel presentations and technical lectures on various human factors and ergonomics topics. His workshops on workplace ergonomics have been attended by representatives of such leading organizations as Apple Computers, Bank of America, Chevron Oil, Fiskars, General Motors, Hewlett Packard, Intel Corp., NEC, PG&E, State Compensation Insurance Fund, Sun Microsystems, and Zenith Insurance. Dr. Andre can be reached via his website at www.interface-analysis.com.
Medical Legal Experts - Ergonomic Evaluations
Our Los Angeles, California based company provides ergonomic evaluations by Board Certified Physicians. At SafetyWorks, we successfully help injured workers make a safe and effective transition back to work. We also have a proactive approach to preventing injuries and creating a safe work environment.
Susan Tingley, Ergonomics Consultant - Alan Larson and Associates - Yuba City, CA
Susan Tingley, MS, PT, CAE is a physical therapist and Certified Associate Ergonomist with 20 years of experience in ergonomics, injury prevention, and industrial rehabilitation. She established Ergonomics & Injury Prevention Services in 1996.
Ms. Tingley has developed in-house training classes and materials for business and industry. She has provided effective ergonomics consulting in both office and industrial settings.Â Ms. Tingley was a keynote speaker and workshop instructor for the Singapore Physiotherapy Association National Congress in August 2006. She is a past Board Member of the Board of Directors for the Sacramento Ergonomics Round Table and is the past president of the Bay Area Ergonomics Study Group. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Ergonomics & Injury Prevention Services is based in the greater Sacramento area.
1469 Butte House Rd., Suite B
Yuba City, CA 95993
Thesis - Ergonomics training and office employees' attitude, awareness, and knowledge
San Jose State University
A few more names in California
Edward E. Lawler III is Distinguished Professor of Business at the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. He joined USC in 1978 and during 1979, founded and became director of the University's Center for Effective Organizations (CEO). CEO has been recognized by Fortune and other publications as one of the country’s leading management research organizations.
Professor Lawler has been honored as a major contributor to theory, research, and practice in the fields of human resources management, compensation, organizational development, and organizational effectiveness.
BusinessWeek has proclaimed Lawler as one of the top six gurus in the field of management, and Human Resource Executive has called him one of HR’s most influential people. Workforce magazine has identified him as one of the twenty-five visionaries who have shaped today’s workplace over the past century.
National television appearances include The Today Show, CNN, MSNBC, and CNBC. He is also a frequent speaker to executive and managerial audiences around the globe.
Professor Lawler is the author and co-author of over 400 articles and 51 books.
Ed Lawler can be reached at:
Center for Effective Organizations
Marshall School of Business
University of Southern California
1149 South Hill Street, Suite 950
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Professor Department of Informatics
Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences
University of California, Irvine
Productivity and distraction in the workplace
Too Many Interruptions at Work? - A Q&A with Gloria Mark, associate professor at the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Irvine, and a leading expert on work
Dr. Mark researches a number of work-related topics. Some are rather exotic -- designing and evaluating collaborative systems, for example, or developing and evaluating technologies to improve "virtual co-location." But much of it is the stuff that that affects everyday workers every day -- multitasking, human-computer interaction, workplace communities, offshore sourcing of knowledge work, why people really read e-mail ("From a cost-benefit point of view, in terms of worker time," she says, "e-mail does not pay off."). But in all her work, including her current Fulbright scholarship research in Berlin, she's uncovering truisms about the way work works, and how to make it work better.
Karen Gablerd, Attny. - LightGabler - We make business work
Karen collaborates with her clients to develop proactive strategies designed to enhance workplace productivity and avoid employment disputes. She serves as an external Human Resources provider for numerous businesses, providing counsel to management and conducting training programs for both management and employees.
A frequent speaker on employment law topics, Karen regularly conducts seminars and training programs for managers and employees in all areas of employment practices and policies. She is the founder and host of the HR Management Strategy Roundtable, a twice-monthly seminar for clients and businesspersons to provide information on workplace employment strategies.
Karen has been named as a Southern California "Super Lawyer" by Los Angeles Magazine, a ranking of the top 5% of attorneys in over 70 practice groups in the state of California. She has been named one of the "Top 50 Women in Business" by the Pacific Coast Business Times, and was nominated for a "Women in Business" award by the San Fernando Valley Business Journal. She has also been named as one of the San Fernando Valley’s "Most Trusted Advisors" by the San Fernando Valley Business Journal. She has been listed as one of the Pacific Coast Business Times "Who’s Who in Professional Services" in the Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties for seven consecutive years.
EMPLOYMENT & LABOR LAW ROUNDTABLE
21 Apr 2017 01:46 UTCFri 21 Apr 2017 - 1:46 am UTC
You might find some interesting contacts at ACMartin, a "Los Angeles based architecture, planning, interior architecture and research firm that uses an integrated design approach to create enduring environments for the 21st century."
Office of the Future - Sustainable Design and Workplace Productivity:
A Research Review
No one stands out as an "expert" but perhaps a name or two here: