About this Site

About this blog:

Work-Life Strategies & Solutions is a repository of information about how technological advances change the way we work as well as adaptive strategies and solutions intended for organizational leaders, managers, and individuals. This blog presents and reviews literature focusing on the following topics:

  • Challenges posed by globalization and the digital economy
  • Identifying future work trends
  • Employee engagement
  • Implementing a remote work system (a/k/a telework or workshifting)
  • Alternatives to the traditional 9-to-5 job for individuals

As of the beginning of 2015, I’m involved in multiple projects so expect posts to appear in the middle of each month.

About the blogger:

Lynn's profile picLynn Patra’s independent research work involves keeping up on the latest, cutting-edge trends and changes in the world of work in the Information Age.

Lynn has been a lifelong learner in the field of psychology since age 11 culminating in a M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and some doctoral-level coursework in Social Psychology. For several years thereafter, she independently studied neuroscience and the genetic roots of personality – and how related issues call for a need for suitable work roles and working conditions.

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Work-Life Strategies & Solutions by Lynn Patra is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Based on a work at http://worklifestrategies.net/.

7 thoughts on “About this Site

  1. Congrats! We’ve selected you as a “Versatile Blogger Award” winner. Pop over to our site and click on the post of the same name for details…


    • Thank you very much Christian! What a pleasant surprise! I greatly appreciate your support and endorsement of my blog. Congratulations to you as well as I believe you are the epitome of a versatile blogger for offering help with various aspects of life. Well done! :-D


      • And to you as well! You have a great teaching/writing career ahead if you want it…or in “I.T.” if that is your desire!

        Congrats to you and have a super weekend,

    • Hi Tony,

      You’re very welcome! I must say that I’m quite envious of your chosen career track. Unexpected life events led me to fall in love with the study of birds only after I finished so many years of formal education. Now, I’m one of those people who wish I didn’t go to college and graduate school so early in my life (because I didn’t know what I really wanted). However, I’ve been doing what I can as a self-directed learner and conduct my observations in my own backyard and during my travels.

      Best wishes to you also!

    • Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my posts Malcolm! I’ll head over and comment on your post in just a bit, as I have a difficult time typing on my mobile phone and just hopped on my computer.

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