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Software as the Ouroboros: Implications for Software Developers and Business Leaders

Posted September 24, 2019 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence, Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal
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Software evolution and changes in software development imply that software will become ever more pervasive and affordable, that firms must master disciplined autonomy in order to follow dual strategies, and that the role of IT professionals is being redefined.

About The Author
Sunil Mithas
Sunil Mithas is a Professor in the Department of Information Systems and Decision Sciences, Muma College of Business, University of South Florida. Previously, he taught at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, and has held visiting positions at UNSW Business School, Australia; University of Mannheim, Germany; and University of California, Davis. Dr. Mithas is among the top IS scholars in the world, and his… Read More
Kaushik Dutta
Kaushik Dutta is a Professor, Department Chair, and Muma Fellow in the Department of Information Systems and Decision Sciences, Muma College of Business, University of South Florida. He has 22 years’ professional and research experience in the field of enterprise IT infrastructure, data analytics, and big data systems. Dr. Dutta's current interest is in the area of mobile advertisement, healthcare, and the application of blockchain in enterprise… Read More
San Murugesan
San Murugesan is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Data Analytics & Digital Technologies practice, Director of BRITE Professional Services, corporate trainer, and an Adjunct Professor in the School of Computing and Mathematics at the Western Sydney University, Australia. He is Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of the IEEE’s IT Professional and served as Editor of IEEE’s Computer from 2012-2017. Dr. Murugesan has considerable experience in… Read More
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