Authors with good ideas for program and project management books sought by Business Expert Press


28 February 2013 – Illinois, USA – Business Expert Press (BEP) in the United States is seeking potential authors of business and management books, including program and project management.  Books published by BEP—over 160 to date, with over 170 more in development– are concise (between 75 and 150 pages), applied and reasonably priced.

BEP publishes books across the entire business-expertrange of the business curriculum. These books are sometimes narrow in scope but generally offer good depth on the subjects they treat; or they may provide an essentials treatment of broader subjects.  Potential beneficiaries of these books include advanced business students, students in executive or EMBA programs, and business professionals who are seeking either to acquire new skills or refresh and update their knowledge of existing ones.

According to Scott Isenberg, Executive Editor, “We are a relatively new publisher that offers what we believe is an innovative and forward-looking publication model that may interest you. Our books are concise, applied and offer our readers actionable knowledge and practical solutions to an array of business challenges and problems. We are seeking interested and qualified authors to help us increase our offerings in project management or other related areas. You may be interested in contributing a volume to our growing collection; or you may simply be interested in learning about our company and our plans for the collection.”

“Any of several motivations might induce you to contribute a book,” he adds, “including having available self-produced, commercially published material for your own course or consulting practice. Your BEP book can also serve as a value-adding ‘underlined item’ on your vita. And because of our numerous distribution partners, both domestically and internationally, the opportunities for royalty revenue can also be significant.”

There are many reasons why authors choose to write for Business Expert Press. For many their primary motivator is the absence of interference and the degree of intellectual freedom that the company affords them. Visit BEP’s website at www.businessexpertpress.com to see the range of topics covered in the books the company publishes.

“Currently we have only one book published in project management, one of the reasons why we are keen in expanding our offerings on this subject,” Mr. Isenberg said. “Our project management titles are housed in our Supply and Operations Management Collection. Each of our collections is headed up by a collection editor, an expert academic or practitioner who is responsible for the composition and quality of the collection. Our Supply and Operations Management Collection is headed up by Dr. Johnny Rungtusanathan of OhioStateUniversity.”

Academic and professional leaders in the project management field who might like to offer or propose a manuscript to BEP should contact Scott at [email protected]

Established in 2008, Business Expert Press is now used by hundreds of thousands of faculty, students and practitioners around the world. BEP is dedicated to developing collections of complementary titles within specific business disciplines and across topics of interest, now up to some 26 different business topics. BEP provides applied and concise books, eBooks and digital collections written by experts, partnering with dozens of course pack companies, digital platform providers, and eBook readers. More information at http://www.businessexpertpress.com/

Source: Business Expert Press