Production Workflow in a Work-from-Home Ecosystem — Webinar
June 17 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT| Free
How Editorial and Production Offices can flourish in a virtual remote environment
Target Audience: C-Level Publishing Executives and mid-upper management of all publishing sectors
Covid19 has created a new view of the role of traditional office space and working arrangements. The transition from the old work environment to work-from-home has been widely embraced and creates opportunities for publishers to significantly reduce real estate cost and improve the quality of life for your staff. Our speakers will share proven techniques for the successful migration to a distributed work environment.
Why You Should Register:
- If you want to reduce your investment in office space but not lose the productivity benefits of a shared workspace.
- If you’d like to shorten the learning curve and accelerate the migration from the traditional publishing workflow to the Work from Home environment.
- If you’d like to understand the technology options to insure team productivity is maintained and ideally, enhanced.
- Linda Secondari is the Creative Director and Principal at Studiolo Secondari. She is a Design Strategist who integrates Design thinking with critical business experience. Linda facilitates business transformation through Design by working collaboratively, listening deeply, and developing products and tools that solve problems.Linda is an experienced Creative Director, an award-winning designer, a creative problem solver, and a facilitator with strong interpersonal skills. She is an expert in communication, design strategy, staff development, and mentoring. She was most recently Creative Director at Oxford University Press where she managed a large international design team (New York, Toronto, Oxford, and Delhi). She supervised a yearly title output of 3,000+ titles.
- Kate Warne is the Managing Editor at UC Press, where she leads a crack team of project editors who oversee production—from manuscript to printed and e- book—of 180 titles annually. She’s been a board member for the Bay Area–based Publishing Professionals Network and is currently active with Bay Area Women in Publishing.
- Michael Haskell has worked in scholarly publishing for eighteen years. He began at Columbia University Press as assistant to the managing editor and then manuscript editor. He continues to manage CUP’s electronic-publishing program and publishing workflows and to work as a production editor.