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Current Issue: April 2013, Vol. 26, No. 4
by Jim Sutton, Guest Editor
The key to improving business effectiveness is to improve our understanding of the world in which we live and do business. Providing options and lenses for new thinking is the purpose of this edition of Cutter IT Journal.
by Jim Brosseau
Process improvement initiatives have always suffered from incompleteness. While the practices applied are often useful and effective, the models fail to take into account the needs of the team. We are not automatons; we cannot simply apply an industrial process and expect that the results will run like a new program that runs on a processor.