Held: August 15, 2017, 12:00 AM to 1:00 PM Eastern Time
Teams large and small are bound to go through some kind of transition in their history, and managing not only the changes themselves, but also the staff reactions and adjustments to that change, can be challenging. This session will highlight three common transitions: The introduction of new management staff, and how that impacts mindset and workflows; moving employees from an on-site working situation to working remotely, and how to manage staff through and after that transition; and managing staff through changes in personnel and the physical office with a focus on handling different personalities and employee morale.
Beverly Lindeen, ELS, Senior Managing Editor, Allen Press
Jacob Kendall-Taylor, Editorial Manager, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Jacob Kendall-Taylor was hired in 2007 as an Editorial Assistant in the Processing Department of PNAS and became the manager of the team four years later. While overseeing processing and the submission system, he works on system enhancement requests and comes up with ways to improve the submission process deriving from his own experience and from ideas shared by staff, authors, and members of the Academy.
Kimberly J. Retzlaff, Senior Editorial Manager, American Water Works Association
Kimberly J. Retzlaff is the Senior Editorial Manager at the American Water Works Association in Denver. Her publishing career began at a trade publishing company in Phoenix more than 15 years ago, and she has since worked on peer-reviewed journals, books, and trade and consumer magazines in various industries, including water, perioperative nursing, rheumatology, alternative medicine, and nutrition.
Sheehan Misko, Director, Journals, American Association for Clinical Chemistry
Sheehan Misko, is director of journals for the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. In this role, Sheehan is responsible for AACC’s flagship journal, Clinical Chemistry, the Clinical Chemistry Trainee Council and AACC’s new online-only journal, The Journal of Applied Laboratory Medicine. Prior to AACC, Sheehan was with the American Geophysical Union (AGU) and ASCO.