Webcast: Deconstructing the Editorial and Production Workflow

Join us Thursday, November 26 at 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT / 5:00 PM GMT for a webcast where you will learn new ways of thinking about editorial and production workflow.

Rethinking Who Does What: Deconstructing the Editorial and Production Workflow

Are you missing opportunities to streamline how you produce your books? Not just ebooks, but print books too?

In today’s digital world, old assumptions about what to outsource, what to keep in-house, and what to automate need to be re-examined. Is your staff able to focus on what they really should be doing, or are they burdened with routine tasks that can be outsourced or automated? (Often 50% of their time is spent on the latter.) Have you handed off responsibility to vendors for things you should really control? In this webcast, publishing workflow expert Bill Kasdorf will deconstruct the editorial and production workflow to help you rethink who should do what, in order to make your staff most effective, get the most value from your partners, and take advantage of the opportunities for automation that today’s rich digital environment offers.

Attendees Will Learn

— How to streamline editorial workflow to create better ebooks more efficiently
— What to outsource and what to do in-house
— How to make your production staff more effective
— About automation opportunities to increase efficiency


— Bill Kasdorf, Vice President, Apex Content Solutions


— Jeremy Greenfield, Editorial Director, Digital Book World

Who Should Attend

— Publishers
— Editors
— Operations managers
— Ebook workflow professionals
— Ebook production professionals
— Self-publishing authors

Register today!

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