Chris Alcock is an architect with over thirty years of design, workplace consultancy and change management experience. He has worked with a broad range of organisations across the commercial, government, education and health care fields. He has worked with a broad range of organisations across the commercial, government, education and health care fields. His work over the past decade in workplace consultancy complements this knowledge with a close understanding of stakeholder issues and the importance of change management in successful project outcomes.
Shad Mortazavi is a technologist with extensive experience in ITC consulting. He has worked in the UK, the US and Australia as director of a global IT outsource provider Nexus Management, focussed on client consulting, needs analysis, research, systems consultancy and systems design. He heads workplace technology consulting at WorkSpaceLogic and is responsible for the delivery of its workplace consultancy tools. In addition to his work at WorkSpaceLogic, Shad has his own technology company, OpenIQ.
Janet Martin has expertise in issues management and post-graduate qualifications in public policy and administration, with a significant track record with clients such as the City of Melbourne, the University of New South Wales, Victoria Police, the Department of Premier and Cabinet Victoria and Melbourne Water.
In addition to the three Australian Principals, WorkSpaceLogic incorporates a network of local and international organisations who provide specialist expertise and resources:
HAA Design | Glasgow | Architecture, interior design, workplace consultancy
Kate McLaren Design | London | Design strategy and management
PLACEmaking | London | Workplace and change management consultancy
FiD Ltd | London | Workplace and Learning Environment strategy
BrightSpot Strategy | New York | Workplace and Learning Environment strategy
Bennett and Trimble | Sydney | Architecture, planning and design