Recommended reading 2014

Summer, the season for reading a stimulating book under the shade of a tree. Below, we have compiled 13 good book recommendations from J. Boye friends and members. WARNING: Not all of these books can be classified as beach reads. And we think that is a good thing. So grab your sunscreen, a blanket and
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Everything you need to know about Adobe Experience Manager

The recent meeting in our European Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) User Group served as a useful reminder for several of our members, that all the good Adobe AEM (formerly known as CQ5) knowledge is spread on different groups, mailing lists and blogs. This posting has pointers to where you can find answers to your questions
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A Manifesto for The Digital Dimensions

The world of digital is ever changing and tomorrow only people and organisations working with digital in a truly professional way will succeed. People working professionally with digital and organisations embedded in the digital transformation are at a crossroad. The happy-go-lucky days of people working in digital pointing fingers at non-digital colleagues and managers, calling
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Agile is not the answer

“A really good waterfall project team will outperform a bad agile project team” James Cannings from MMT Digital, a fast growing UK-based agency, contributed to a recent European CMS Expert Group meeting with a refreshing view on the realities of the much hyped development methodology. J. Boye has found many customers left in a no-win
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Networked Knowledge in Action

Knowledge is power. But how do we acquire the right knowledge? When you get bombarded with emails and meeting requests and your to-do list is growing ever longer, you simply don’t have time to spend on reading brick-thick books, filtering through dozens of cryptic blog posts or attending unproductive meetings. Does this sound familiar? Sharing
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Five tips for avoiding the CMS price hype

In the Web CMS space there is a question that makes even the most experienced vendor salespersons start to stutter and typically a question that evokes one of the least satisfying sales replies you are ever likely to get – namely ‘how much is your software’. The answers usually start with responses like ‘how long
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5 intranet trends for 2013 and beyond

Two years ago I wrote about 5 intranet trends that we at J. Boye saw emerging among our group members and consulting customers. Looking back at these predictions, it’s interesting to see which trends have really lived up to the promise – Cloud, knowledge sharing, usage of SharePoint – and which ones didn’t: mobile, for
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10 to watch on Twitter in 2013

This is the 5th year we compile a annual list identifying web and intranet professionals that make a difference on Twitter. They inspire, ask good questions, share insights, curate knowledge and every so often also challenge conventional wisdom. The 10 profiles have very different views and styles. From all types of organisations, different places in
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