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In this on-demand webinar, Cutter Fellow Ken Orr addresses what you should be looking for in an enterprise architect: What should the architect know? What kind of experience and organization skills should the ideal candidate have?
Cutter Senior Consultant Carl Pritchard takes you on a dynamic excursion through the language of risk, demystifying the practice. You'll learn the four simple ways to improve your risk management practice without changing the way your organization does business.
Architecture programs make it possible for enterprises to be flexible and agile; that is, to be truly competitive. Whether your organization is just getting started with Enterprise or Business Architecture, or you have an established program, during this on-demand webinar, former Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Mike Rosen will help you envision the best ways to organize the architecture function in your organization so that it can deliver maximum value.
How to Introduce Enterprise Patterns to Raise the Profile of Architectural Debate and Deliver Enterprise Transformation Webinar
Enterprise Patterns are an excellent way to involve all stakeholders in the architectural debate. If you are new to Enterprise Patterns, this webinar is a great way to get started.
Learn why "Big Agile" requires much more than methodical rigor, the various aspects of implementation that you need to pay close attention to — items that are beyond the team level. And, explore the practices used to implement "Big Agile," relating examples from deployments.
Watch Ken Collier in this on-demand webinar to learn how to enable the collaboration and continuous realignment of expectations between developers, customers, and managers that agile analytics requires; who makes up the core group of critical project community members without whom the agile analytics project cannot succeed?; the collaboration characteristics shared by effective analytics teams, and how you can become an effective leader who fosters these characteristics.
The value of Communities of Practice in improving knowledge sharing, employee motivation, career development and an organization's image has been validated by a number of case studies. But how do you go about it? Leave it totally to employees, and the communities may not take off. Apply excessive controls, and participants will resist the heavy hand of management.