Month: November 2016

Danish businesses shouldn’t be looking to the States for role models

Denmark was a hot topic in the US primary elections earlier this year. In passing it was mentioned as a place Donald Trump would be likely to nuke. Bernie Sanders also showered it with attention, proclaiming it as a society Americans should aspire to. And as always Fox News saw it all quite differently. No surprise there. … Continue reading Danish businesses shouldn’t be looking to the States for role models

Mobile intranets kills the internal communications propaganda machine

Mobile-first coupled with new media firms like Buzzfeed, The Huffington Post and Vice have set new standards for what makes truly good content in a digital age. A changed mindset for content consumers impact intranets as well where employees no longer tolerate the old-fashioned internal press releases from the communications department. Earlier this year, I … Continue reading Mobile intranets kills the internal communications propaganda machine

Selecting the right tool has become selecting the right tools

You might ask whether Drupal or Sitecore is best for you? Or you'll ask whether Adobe Experience Manager or EPiServer or Kentico fits your need best? Comparing these types of systems is common among many members in J. Boye groups, but it is also like comparing apples to oranges. As a vendor neutral consultant, I've had … Continue reading Selecting the right tool has become selecting the right tools

10 learnings from digital leaders in 2016

10 learnings from digital leaders in 2016

I was recently asked to present at an internal seminar for senior management and representatives from communication and IT in a large and complex organisation. My presentation was focused on distilling what the best are doing to create outstanding digital solutions. During the presentation I shared examples from J. Boye members and others. Some of the examples … Continue reading 10 learnings from digital leaders in 2016