Deanta believes that meaningful change within an organisation is a product of three elements: the outcomes that leaders are chasing; the people and skill sets employed to achieve these goals and the processes adopted to marshal that talent. So, in a follow-up to our 2021 survey, in January of this year we asked academic publishers to share their thoughts on these three topics.
With technological advancements driving a whole new world of possibilities, are publishers still deriving the best value from these partnerships, or is it time for publishers to revisit their offshore outsourcing strategy?
Publishers are sitting on a hidden data gold mine, but many aren’t feeling the rush to improve their book metadata.
Digital publishers never imagined a day when they would have to combat fake news to defend their position as arbiters of proper research and information.
Onshore outsourcing can streamline the publishing production process. Does a copy editor understand the benefits of onshore outsourcing?
Amidst the alarmist rumors about the future of print publishing, what lessons could the traditional publishers learn from rabble-rousers?
Artificial intelligence and machine learning - by way of complicated algorithms - is already here, but most surprisingly of all, it’s making sense, too.
Digital publishing isn’t cheap - but it’s hard to argue with the ‘free’ mentality of the internet.
Thanks to the digital transformation of the publishing industry, publishers have access to a multitude of data from a variety of sources.
Publishing production processes have undergone a revolution in the Digital Age - but the question of profitability has never been satisfactorily answered.