Managing the Publishing Process is a groundbreaking book designed to demonstrate how creativity and commerce can be managed in a facilitative environment that at once takes account of human abilities, needs, and frailties; organizational goals; and product excellence. It describes how to manage the publishing process to affirm societal and ethical values, produce an efficient organization that optimizes the requirements of employees, and achieve a publisher’s purpose and mission. Created as a foundation for teaching management to Simon Fraser University’s Master of Publishing candidates, this volume opens the management of publishing for view to a far wider audience.
About the authors
Ralph Hancox is Adjunct Professor and Professional Fellow Emeritus at the Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing at Simon Fraser University. Hancox was the Canadian Nieman Fellow at Harvard University from 1965 to 1966 and did post-graduate studies in publishing management development at both Columbia University and the Harvard Business School. In February 2001, he received the SFU Chancellor’s Distinguished Service Award.
Rowland Lorimer is editor of the Canadian Journal of Communication and director of the Master of Publishing Program at Simon Fraser University.
Ruth J. Patrick is university librarian at the University of British Columbia.
John H.V. Gilbert is professor and coordinator of Health Sciences, University of British Columbia.
Other titles by Rowland Lorimer
Mass Communication in Canada
Mass Communication in Canada 7e / Making Sense in the Social Sciences Pack
Networks, Culture, Technology, Audiences, Seventh Edition
Policy, Technology, and the Creative Economy of Book Publishing in Canada
Scholarly Communication in the Next Millennium
Selected Papers from Canada’s Policy Conference