The Cutter Edge: Transformation Failure, Data's Key Role, Breakthrough Incubator Model
6 November 2018
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In the post-mortems carried out on failed digital transformation endeavors, or at best suboptimal initiatives, the focus tends to be on failures within the technology domain. However, we believe that this is often a lazy hypothesis ... More.
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This latest issue of Cutter Business Technology Journal discusses the integral role data plays, in particular, the data warehouse, in the success of a digital business initiative. Read the introduction and find out where the real DW value comes from ... More.
Join Cutter Consortium Senior Consultants Richard Eagar and Tim Barder as they reveal how the Breakthrough Incubator model can facilitate breakthrough innovations and create sustainable new businesses at scale ... More.
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