Not Invented Here syndrome (NIH) is the guilty pleasure that tempts engineering teams into creating bespoke approaches to problems that have already been solved. Even having your eyes opened to the temptation doesn’t immunize you from it. So, how do you know whether a bespoke solution warrants the effort or if it’s just plain hubris?
In a recent episode of It’s All Journalism, director of product development Josh Kadis explained how Alley Interactive’s team of media technologists are helping digital publishers adapt and innovate. The podcast highlights media professionals and their take on the state of journalism.
Listen to Josh’s interview, including his take on how large news organizations, such as the New York Post, can benefit from employing open content management systems for their newsrooms and how news sites can think strategically about redesigns to balance aesthetics with business challenges.