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Join us for a 2-day, in-depth look at Digital Transformation Winners and Losers. At Cutter Consortium Summit 2021, you’ll discover digital transformation strategies that have been successful — as well as strategies that have failed. Through keynote sessions, panel discussions, and case studies, you’ll learn how to avoid being left behind; how to measure success; the supporting competencies your organization needs; and the leadership skills that will pave the way to digital transformation success.
How do you implement low-code/no-code solutions? What are the important priorities that ensure LC/NC success? In this interactive virtual meeting, you'll learn from Greg Smith, Michael Papadopolous, and other participants, and share your experiences.
Discuss the challenges and considerations of data and digital architectures and how they can help facilitate value stream enablement and the customer journeys that companies are building to stay in touch with changing client expectations and user experiences.
In 2-hours/day for 2-days, decision makers, strategists, technologists and program implementers will gain a deep understanding of the most urgent digital disruption threats and the ways of thinking and transforming essential to success in this era of disruption. Glean new strategic perspectives your team can incorporate into future plans and actions, and discuss and share ideas and experiences with both your team and colleagues from other participating organizations.
Residuality theory is a new paradigm that views systems as stacks of interconnected residues - the remains of the system after it is impacted by a particular form of stress. Watch this on-demand webinar with Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Barry M. O'Reilly to find out how it can replace cumbersome architectural frameworks, address nonfunctional requirements early, and provide justifiable architecture decisions.
Borys Stokalski and Aleksander Solecki look at the processes and practices that support business agility from the perspectives of value innovation and product portfolio management. You’ll discover why “crossing of the Rubicon” is a useful metaphor to describe the challenge of rolling out an innovation that fundamentally changes the way an organization works, and why to achieve truly transformative changes, you’ll need to reevaluate skills, priorities, resources, and power.
M&As can be rife with challenges. But with a relentless focus on using enterprise architecture (EA) to catalyze acquisitions, the challenges can be mitigated. In this webinar, Gustav Toppenberg and Stefan Henningsson look at the problem of acquisitive growth and reveal how advances in EA practices not only overcome the obstacles, but also enable value creation.