Eradicating Legacy Thinking
I was a professor at Rosemont, and I still teach at Drexel University. I am an editor here at NAPCO, and an editor is what I have been throughout my career. In
There's a lot of talk in our industry about legacy publishers adapting to new technology and new ways of doing business. Part of the resistance is something I'll call "legacy thinking." It's about doing things the same way and expecting a different result. We all know that doesn't work.
Of course, all this successful training requires a reward. To ensure proper positive reinforcement, associate/digital editor Ellen Harvey has written a City Spotlight story which prepares us for a literary pub crawl around Greenwich Village, where we can bend our elbows in the shadows of some literary greats. I’ll hop on board that train for sure! See you there?