Consequence Scanning: An Introduction

Posted June 26, 2019 in Cutter Business Technology Journal

Recent research has shown that creating an Agile approach to designing for the con­sequences of technology is the best way to start building successful businesses that use responsible business practices to contribute to a better world. This Advisor explores a new Agile event called “consequence scanning.”

About The Author
Samantha Brown
Samantha Brown is Program Manager for TechTransformed, a Doteveryone program that offers innovators new practices and methods to put responsibility at the heart of their business planning, design thinking, and product management. Previously, she led organizational strategy and business transformation initiatives, including a shift to Agile, within the financial technology sector in Canada. She can be reached at
Rachel Coldicutt
Rachel Coldicutt is CEO of Doteveryone, a think tank that champions responsible technology for a fairer future. She has spent the last 20 years turning emerging technology into products and services, helping organizations adapt to the digital world. Ms. Coldicutt has created and delivered large-scale content-driven services for Microsoft, BBC, and the UK's Channel 4; was a pioneer in the UK digital arts sector; and has consulted for many… Read More
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