The Wall Street Journal launched Thursday a blog called ‘At Work’ that focuses on management and careers.
The blog is aimed toward a professional, working audience, as well as business and law school students. The blog examines how to make sense of the workplace landscape and provides a framework for thinking through career strategies, management tactics, productivity on the job, and how to get ahead in the workplace.
Edited by Francesca Donner and Nikki Waller, At Work is anchored by posts from a variety of management, education and employment reporters from The Wall Street Journal, including: Work & Family columnist Sue Shellenbarger, management and workplace reporter Rachel Silverman, education reporter Melissa Korn, employment and economy reporter Lauren Weber, management and corporate strategy reporter Leslie Kwoh and executive careers reporter Joann Lublin.
Recurring features on the blog include guest essays from named authors and experts on topics such as time management, finding passion, creativity and leadership and CEOs and other top-ranking executives sharing their personal management styles.
The blog also features stories from FINS.com, the careers site from The Journal, as well as staff from the Journal’s Europe and Asia bureaus.