The Cutter Edge: Architectural Thinking to the Rescue!

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The Cutter Edge: Architectural Thinking to the Rescue!

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Posted March 14, 2017 in

14 March 2017

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Architectural Thinking to the Rescue!

by Roger Evernden, Senior Consultant, Cutter Consortium

The surprising results of two recent major political decisions inspired Roger Evernden to consider a need for more architectural thinking to manage the complexities of modern life. More.


Extracting Value from New Technologies

by Robert Charette, Senior Consultant, Cutter Consortium

Robert Charette predicts that 2017 will be the year we learn to approach new technologies with humility and diligence to extract the most value from their true capabilities. More.


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