Today at German T-Systems MMS more than 70% of employees use the employee app, which does more than simply acting as a channel for internal communications. The initial rollout was in 2015. Here's the story behind the successful app.
As a technology buyer, the marketplace for content management systems might seem somewhat mature by now, but with requirements shifting and plenty of confusion, it is always good to attempt a fresh look.
While I’ve worked with content management systems in various roles since 1999, I was still humbled when the friendly organisers of the 2017 Umbraco Festival in Germany, asked me to present on the future of CMS. Upon rehearsing I found that the vast majority of my Future of CMS slides covered the past and the … Continue reading What’s the future of CMS?
What are the key trends that shapes the digital workplace? The previous month has taken me around Europe to meet with practitioners and take an active part in the discussions that are having a big impact for everyone in the workplace. Where many industry events are led by vendors or agencies, the below input is … Continue reading 5 key trends shaping the digital workplace in 2017
It can be hard to figure out what is really going when it comes to the emerging role of digital and those leading digital change in organisations. Read more about 5 key themes on the digital manager’s agenda for 2017
Clearly most organisations are not designed for a digital age. Read about notable discussions from a recent Workplace of the Future event held in Amsterdam
If you want to take a customer-first approach, you need to add radically more pages to your site. Learn why
Ongoing business development is a prerequisite for survival in an ever changing World. So how do you go about working with new business models, introducing new offerings and winning new customers? All too often, immature technology coupled with concerns about organisational culture have dominated the discussions in meetings within the J. Boye community. Customer behaviour is changing and it's hard … Continue reading How to think about business development
Do you have too much or too little content on your website? Most J. Boye members would lean towards too much, but in private would confess to having way too much content. The examples I've heard in the past decade of J. Boye group meetings are plenty, with websites and digital communication teams drowning in … Continue reading Shell rethinks the content creation process
It is not unusual for software vendors of all sizes to release new products, but it is a bit unusual when a vendor releases something overlapping and potentially competing. That’s effectively what Czech-based CMS vendor Kentico did back in November with the release of Kentico Cloud, a completely new and separate product that runs as … Continue reading Kentico now has 2 CMS products