Cutter offers a variety of virtual and in-person events, where you can engage with our experts and with other executives worldwide. From webinars to virtual bootcamps, in-person conferences to online seminars, we invite you to join the conversation today!
In this live, virtual executive education experience, you'll learn about the innovations that are blurring the banking and financial services industry boundaries, facilitating disintermediation, and revolutionizing how existing firms create and deliver products and services so you can prepare your organization to mobilize to be a disruptor and/or defend against one.
Companies need to make swift materiality and disclosure decisions on a plethora of topics, from environmental impacts to executive health concerns. This interactive virtual bootcamp taught by Cynthia Clark, PhD, will give you in-depth knowledge about materiality and disclosure in general, and you will also discover the risks of being on the wrong side of the disclosure decision.
Prof Tima Bansal leads executive teams in examining: What does sustainable development mean for your business? What can your organization do to tackle sustainable development? How can you assess the success of your initiatives?
Discover a new definition of environmental responsibility that goes beyond the production footprint and is based on the consumption patterns companies enable in their employees, because eventually end consumption drives the economy in this on-demand webinar.
Prof. Darren Meister will help you understand how to achieve balance between incremental and radical innovation, and how product developers can integrate AI into product development and innovation while avoiding the tunnel vision than can sometimes result from relying on AI.
In this 4-hour virtual experience, you’ll discover — via case studies, analysis, anecdotes, and conversations with your peers from around the globe — how leaders are adapting more quickly than they ever imagined; the lessons they’ve learned in the last few years; why and how organizations intend — or don’t intend — to build them into the fabric of the organization; and what all this means for how you lead in the future.