• Boye Brooklyn

    Best Bets for Boye Brooklyn

    April 2, 2019 Jake DiMare

    This spring I am thrilled to participate in Janus Boye’s annual conference, returning to the US on May 7 in Brooklyn, New York. Boye Conference is one of the best ways to get involved with Boye-Co, an affiliation that has changed the trajectory of my professional career with strong friendships in a network of digital…

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  • Mark Zuckerberg at F8 2018

    Mark Zuckerberg wants more regulations on the internet

    March 31, 2019 Jake DiMare

    Today, over at the Washington Post, Mark Zuckerberg shared his ideas for fixing the internet. At a high level, he’s calling for more government involvement in regulating the internet. As he gets into the details, there are a lot of ideas borrowed from the EU, organized around four categories. I believe we need a more…

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  • Orange bad man and the Twitter village square

    March 30, 2019 Jake DiMare

    This week in petty nonsense news, the orange bad man wasted more public resources before the Second Circuit arguing although he sometimes uses Twitter in his official capacity as president, when he blocks someone, he’s acting as a private citizen. The courts were skeptical and ultimately ruled in favor of the plaintiffs on the question of…

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  • Ought there be equal justice for all?

    March 29, 2019 Jake DiMare

    There are two types of people in this world: Those that think there are two types of people in this world, and everybody else.  In his post entitled: “Seaton: Justice or Jussie In The System,” Chris Seaton over at Simple Justice let us all know which way he swings. Were you outraged when the Cook…

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  • What is it?

    July 6, 2018 Jake DiMare

    I’d never purport to understand what ‘it’ is for Solange Knowles, but sometimes I do wonder if it is more universal than we’ve all been lead to believe. I tried to drink it away I tried to put one in the air I tried to dance it away I tried to change it with my…

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  • copenhagen

    J.Boye: Sharing insight and experience with digital leaders

    June 28, 2018 Jake DiMare

    Yesterday I was fortunate to attend a J.Boye Digital Leadership forum in Copenhagen, Denmark. The event was held at The Danish Society for Nature Conservation and included senior digital leaders from GEA, The World Health Organization, The United Nations Environment Program, Danish Traffic Safety, and Danish Agriculture and Food. To start the morning, I shared trends…

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  • I just built a machine learning model (and why that matters)

    May 11, 2018 Jake DiMare

    This week I completed a free machine learning course on Kaggle.com. After a couple of hours on the fundamentals, I figured out how to use their development environment and built a model that predicts the sale price of homes based on lot size, square footage, bedrooms, and year it was built. Now, before I go any…

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  • Jake and Laura Myers talk digital on CMS Connected

    Video: Jake and Laura on CMS-Connected

    May 9, 2018 Jake DiMare

    A few weeks back Laura Myers over at CMS-Connected and I caught up for a few minutes during Episerver Ascend 2018 in Las Vegas. No surprise, we talked about Episerver, but we also had the chance to discuss traditional brick and mortar retailers who are fending off digitally native vertical brands. We also talked briefly…

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  • Mapping the Customer Journey

    Process Tool: How to Map the Customer Journey in three simple steps

    May 8, 2018 Jake DiMare

    In this follow up to Make Strategy Great Again, Jake shares his process for mapping the customer journey in a self-published tool called: “How to Map the Customer Journey in three simple steps.” I once hiked the Kalalau Trail from Hāʻena State Park to Hanakāpī‘ai Falls, in Kauai with my wife and brother. It was simultaneously the…

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  • Let’s make strategy great again

    May 2, 2018 Jake DiMare

    With the rapid rise of Agile methodologies, now spreading far beyond the original intent of managing a technological product development team, a strategy has sometimes become something of an unfortunate afterthought -particularly in the world of digital transformation. It’s still surprising to me, how few leaders understand what a strategy is, let alone how critically…

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