Ann Michael

Ann Michael is President of Delta Think, a publishing consultancy focused on innovation in product strategy, development, and content management. Delta Think has worked with many major commercial and non-profit scholarly publishers as they clarified their business objectives, defined new content products and business models, re-architected their content processes, introduced new tools and technologies, and developed the skills and expertise needed to be successful in an ever changing publishing environment.
Ann Michael has written 23 posts for The Scholarly Kitchen

SXSW Interactive: The Annual Pilgrimage

SXSW Interactive is over, but the impact is not. Why SXSW continues to be relevant to business and publishing. Continue reading

SXSW Interactive — Where the Geeks (and Geek Watchers) Go

SXSW 2013 is heavy on hardware, invention, lessons about taking risks and exploring, usability, and discussions about how best to achieve authority and credibility. Continue reading

The Article — Not Quite Dead Yet

UKSG Coverage – The Future of Scholarly Journals: slow evolution, rapid transformation – or redundancy? @CameronNeylon and @Michael_Mabe debate at #UKSGlive Continue reading

SSP Annual Meeting — A Call for Participation

Now is your chance to shape the SSP program as a speaker or session organizer. The Call for Participation is open now through November 11, and we want to hear from you with a proposal for a session you would like to see, organize, or lead. Continue reading

Stick to Your Ribs: When Did Print Become an Input?

The mental models associated with print are still defining how we work and design. Why has this persisted? Continue reading

Pizzas and Publishing — Why Disruption in Publishing Isn’t Coming from Within

Complexity, culture, and baked-in bias are limiting how publishers define value and approach the future. Continue reading

Ann’s Pick for 2010: Print Isn’t the Technology of Today . . . or Tomorrow

Our ease with print makes inertia feel natural. But the winners will have facility with many more information technologies than just paper and ink. Continue reading

When Did Print Become an Input?

When print is an input every other content product inherits prints DNA and can’t help looking and acting a lot like its parent. Continue reading

STM Association Spring Conference: Are Publishers Listening?

The first day of the Spring STM Conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts, was filled with ideas, different perspectives, and an interactive crowd. Continue reading

Shirky at NFAIS: How Abundance Breaks Everything

“Abundance breaks more things than scarcity does. Society knows how to react to scarcity.” Clay Shirky speaks at the opening session of NFAIS. Continue reading

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