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Cutter offers a variety of live and online events where you can engage with Cutter consultants. From webinars to Q&A sessions, peer-to-peer events, and conferences worldwide, we invite you to join the conversation today!

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3 Roadblocks to Digital Business

Recorded live on February 26, 2020

In just 20 minutes, Mike Rosen will give you insight into how to break through the biggest barriers to digital business.


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What's Up-and-Coming with Blockchain?

Recorded live on February 5, 2020

Karolina Marzantowicz reveals some of the new blockchain-based innovations — such as the growth of global blockchain consortiums, stablecoins, digital currencies, new service offerings from big tech giants, and decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms — that are revolutionizing the banking and finance industry by transforming both the business and consumer experience in positive ways.


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Overcoming the Industry 4.0 Skills Shortage

Recorded live on January 15, 2020

The problems that businesses try to solve with Industry 4.0 become less about automating old processes and more about inventing a new world in which computing drives business rather than mirrors it. It’s both inevitable and predictable that this will bring a protracted and difficult skills shortage. In this on-demand webinar, Barry M. O’Reilly offers insight on how your organization can prepare to meet the challenge.


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Business Architecture: Strategy Execution’s Secret Weapon

Recorded live on October 8, 2019

In this on-demand webinar Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Brian Cameron explores the ways you can structure your business architecture to effectively facilitate strategy execution.


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Unpeeling the Onion: Leveraging Flow to Create and Sustain a High-Performance Operation

Recorded live on September 25, 2019

In this webinar with Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Hillel Glazer, you’ll discover what needs to be “in your center” to ensure your organization is a high-performance operation.


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Innovation Models Across Industries: A Linear or Complex Path?

Recorded live on September 18, 2019

In this webinar, Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Katia Passerini leads a discussion on the role of disruptive technology and how the process of innovation can drastically differ from what companies consider to be good business practices, as well as from what individuals are comfortable with.


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Envisioning the Organization of the Future: The Cognitive Enterprise

Recorded live on September 5, 2019

The cognitive enterprise relies on a business knowledgebase, framed by its business architecture, and cognitive computing technologies. In this webinar, you'll discover what it takes to evolve to become a highly adaptive enterprise — one that is increasingly efficient, effective, and responsive to customer demands; one that can respond quickly to whatever comes its way.


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Architecture for Digital Business

Recorded live on June 25, 2019

In this webinar, you'll discover why your organization should use a business architecture and value delivery–based approach to digital strategy. And you'll learn why provisioning the platform based on next-generation application, information, security, and technology architectures is critical.


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Can You Use AI to Improve Agile Teams?

Recorded live on May 8, 2019

During this webinar with Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Jon Ward, you'll learn about an Agile team that was able to cut time-to-market in half and reduce the cost to deliver by 60%. He will address how AI could have been used to even further enhance the team's productivity, where AI might inhibit it, and he will outline where AI can be used to improve your productivity.


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4 Key Questions: What You Need to Consider for Successful Digital Transformation

Recorded live on April 17, 2019

During this webinar, Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Johan Treutiger and Par Helgesson address the four key questions your organization should consider in order to become digitally mature enough to compete with “digitally native” rivals. They demonstrate the six areas of innovation that are found in successful digital operating models, and you will discover why it’s vital to transform in a way that simultaneously preserves, enhances, and expands your core business.


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