Editor in Chief, Reworked

Mike Prokopeak

Mike Prokopeak

About the Author

Mike Prokopeak is editor in chief at Reworked, the premier publication covering the r/evolution of work, where he leads content development focused on the transformation of the workplace. Prior to joining Reworked, Mike was editor and chief content officer for Human Capital Media, publisher of Chief Learning Officer, Talent Economy and Workforce magazines, where teams he led won more than three dozen awards for editorial excellence. A former high school teacher and U.S. Peace Corps volunteer, Mike got his start in journalism working as a reporter for Pulitzer Newspapers Inc. in northern Arizona and has also worked for leading publishing companies including Houghton Mifflin Co. and the Great Books Foundation. He lives in the Chicago area.

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Leadership

Companies Grapple with the Return to Office Decision

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Leadership

Training Isn't the Solution to Diversity Challenges

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Employee Experience

Riding the Employee Engagement Rollercoaster

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Leadership

AI at Work Still a Work in Progress

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Digital Workplace

Who Owns Digital Workplace Strategy?

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Learning & Development

Workflow Learning Turns Up the Volume

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Digital Workplace

The Digital Workplace Accelerates

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Learning & Development

Learning Experience Platforms Chart an Alternative Path to Skill Development