STM 50th Anniversary Frankfurt Conference 2018

Book your place now to avoid disappointment - This conference was sold out in 2017, and registration will close when the venue capacity is reached

STM’s Annual Frankfurt Conference has established itself as the ‘sell out’ event prior to the Book Fair. Attracting the leading figures from across scholarly and professional publishing, STM’s event provides a program focused on strategic thinking, public policy, business models and key drivers shaping the future of the STM industry.

A not-to-be-missed event for publishing managers, executives and industry leaders, the Frankfurt conference is an unrivalled networking opportunity, which attracts international attendees from all sizes of publishing organisations.

STM 50th Anniversary Frankfurt Conference 2018

 Celebrating Diversity and Innovation!

Tuesday, 9th October 2018

08:15

Registration, networking breakfast

09:30

 

Welcome & opening, Darrell W. Gunter, Director STM North America & Membership

Michael Mabe, Chief Executive Officer, STM Association

09:50

Introduced by STM Board Chair

Innovating our way to a new scholarly publishing eco system!

Keynote Speaker – Daniel Ropers, CEO, Springer Nature

10:50

Refreshment break & networking

11:15

Diversity and inclusion, what is the win-win formula?

Moderated by:  Michiel Kolman, Senior Vice President, Elsevier

Melanie Dolechek, Executive Director, Society for Scholarly Publishing

Simone Taylor, Co- Founder, Workplace Equity Project

Jessica Wade, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Physics, Imperial College

12:15

Lunch

13:15

The Innovator’s Mindset.

David Lefer, Industry Professor, Director of the Innovation and Technology Forum, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering

Executives across the world extol innovation, but few are content with their own company's ability to implement new ideas. The first step is to make oneself a more creative thinker by following a few basic rules and emulating history's greatest innovators.

14:00

Are early career researchers going to be the harbingers of change?

David Nicholas, Director, CIBER Research

Three years ago, the Publishing Research Consortium commissioned a highly unusual and ambitious study, the like of which has not been seen in the scholarly communications field.

Around 120 early career researchers (ECRs) from seven countries were in-depth interviewed annually for three-years, in order to establish whether their scholarly behaviours and attitudes were actually changing.

It was felt that this was the only way of robustly addressing that often-asked question, will the new wave of researchers (ECRs) be change agents and upset the scholarly applecart, or will they simply be yet another generation willing to toe the existing line?

The study completes in October 2018 and the paper will provide the first release of its main findings.

14:45

Refreshment break & networking

15:15

Closing discussion: Executive panel – STM celebrating 50 years: Back to the future!

Moderated by: Michael Mabe, Chief Executive Officer, STM Association

Annie Callanan, CEO, Taylor & Francis

Dan Filby, CEO, Highwire

Brian Napack, CEO, John Wiley & Sons

Herman P. Spruijt, Chairman & CEO Elsevier, (retired)

Cathy Wolfe, President & CEO, Wolters Kluwer Health Learning, Research & Practice

16:30

 

16:35

Close for non-Members

Members only Forum:

Update on issues critical to academic & professional publishers

17:15 - 18:45

Reception drinks & networking

 

Visit STM in hall 4.2, stand D21 at the Frankfurt Book Fair 10th – 13th October 2018

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