ENTRIES TAGGED "publishing models"
Reinventing publishing: what can we do now that we're no longer tied to the myth of stable literary objects?
James Levy explains how publishers can use the Hiptype platform to make smarter publishing decisions.
Panelists at the inaugural NYC Publishing Innovators Meetup discuss changing publishers' roles.
Eric Ries on how lean startup methods apply to publishing.
In this video interview, "The Lean Startup" author Eric Ries talks about his experiences working with traditional publishing structures and how publishers can benefit from lean startup principles.
"Every Book Is a Startup" author Todd Sattersten on agile methods and the importance of scope.
We follow up with BizBookLab's Todd Sattersten to see how his startup project, "Every Book Is a Startup," is coming along. Sattersten looks at the relationship between startup pitches and book pitches, and he explains why scope is a valuable project tool.
Justo Hidalgo on subscriptions, paywalls and the importance of added value.
In this interview, 24Symbols' Just Hidalgo examines the relationship between high-quality content, related services and consumer needs.
Bookigee's Kristen McLean says agile techniques from the software world also apply to publishing.
Bookigee founder Kristen McLean explains how lightweight development, flexible teams and other agile methods can help publishers with content development and workflows.
Tim Carmody on the lessons from Netflix and the facade of inevitability.
In this interview, Wired.com writer Tim Carmody examines the recent missteps of Netflix and he takes a broad look at how technology shapes the reading experience.