The Cutter Edge: Business Architecture is Here to Stay

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The Cutter Edge: Business Architecture is Here to Stay

The Cutter Edge
Posted September 26, 2017 in

26 September 2017

Welcome to The Cutter Edge. In each free issue, you'll find research, insight, and advice crucial to helping you navigate the spectrum of challenges technology change brings.

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Business Architecture is Here to Stay: Here's One Example ...

Learn how an international apparel company used business architecture to help streamline product management across brands and regions by creating an enterprise-wide capability map highlighting their “Launch Product Value Stream”.... More.


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Producing digital artifacts gives data-driven decision making a digital trace that can be followed. Explore a five-step process for turning digital artifacts into digital capital, which can then be used as input for management decisions at both the organizational and individual levels ... More.


Tomorrow's Webinar: Performance Metrics for Decision-Making

Join us tomorrow September 27, 12:00 EDT, and discover how informative EVM-based performance metrics can be produced and used for on-going project monitoring. Register for Parts 2 and 3 now!


One Spot Remains: Register Your Team for the Digital Transformation Boot Camp!

This exclusive event has a maximum attendance of five teams; now is your chance to register for the last spot! Over the course of three days you'll get the strategies you need to either launch your organization's digital initiative or stress test the viability of your existing one. Don't wait -- this spot won't last! Register Now!


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