• Virgin Love for Customer Experience

    June 26, 2014 Jake DiMare

    It has taken me a couple of days to come down from the epic nerdgasm I experienced this past weekend, after using the new Virgin America website. Now that I’ve calmed down a little, and had a chance to organize my thoughts, the first thing I would like to say is: Bravo Sir Richard Branson. Bravo. You…

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  • The hackademic approach to business strategy

    June 6, 2014 Jake DiMare

    I’ve been providing professional digital strategy consulting to small & medium sized businesses, non-profits, and individuals outside of my day job for the last five years. I’ve also worked on many strategy engagements for globally recognized brands at my day job, both as a project manager and an individual contributor to deliverables. However, this Tuesday will be my…

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  • Ready to lead?

    May 9, 2014 Jake DiMare

    I just finished Alan Price’s ‘Ready to lead?’ on a flight down to Philly and I recommend it. Very quick and easy to read, it follows the journey of a management consultant experiencing growing pains in his career while making making the leap from manager to leader. Perhaps it’s just the timing for me, but…

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  • DrupalCon 2013

    March 5, 2013 Jake DiMare

    I just got notice that I’ve been selected to speak at DrupalCon this year! This will be my first time speaking at the premier, annual Drupal community event.  The title of my session is So Happy Together (Content Strategists and Project Managers Are) and I will be talking about, well, content strategy and project management. This…

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  • Assumptions & Parameters

    February 8, 2010 Jake DiMare

    In continuing my series on writing good proposals I would like to cover the topic of assumptions and parameters. Up until now we’ve explored the earlier sections in a good proposal…description, scope, schedule and budget. Now it’s time to look at one of the last sections, which I call Assumptions and Parameters. I remember years…

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