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In this on-demand webinar, William Ulrich outlines practical approaches to business-driven, IT architecture transformation using real world case studies and examples.
The primary goals of this Reining in Technical Debt webinar are to give you a preliminary understanding how quality can be assessed through technical debt techniques, to familiarize you with state of the art tools for measuring technical debt and to demonstrate how value delivery is affected when the technical debt is not "paid back" promptly.
During this on-demand webinar, William Ulrich helps you expand the value proposition of your business architecture to facilitate strategic planning, address executive priorities, deliver customer value, leverage investments in major initiatives and deploy horizontal solutions across business units.
Spend an hour with Michael Mah and benefit from Michael's analysis of these five organizations' productivity gains using Agile development.
Performing Leadership: Notions on Achievement, Execution and Inspiration in Contemporary Management Webinar
By borrowing "artistic" or "aesthetic" management concepts from the performing arts community, you'll be enabled to look at leadership in an entirely different light. Explore Peter Hanke's groundbreaking ideas in this on-demand webinar -- they'll inspire you to perform with an aesthetic never before imagined!
Refactoring and automated testing can improve your efficiency, whether your organization uses agile or traditional development methods. In this on-demand webinar, Cutter Senior Consultant Jens Coldewey leads you through a simple simulation that demonstrates and compares the results that can be achieved from implementing refactoring and automated testing practices in a typical project setting.
In this on-demand webinar you'll learn shy risk management for software is entirely different from financial risk management.; the core process to do risk management at the project level and above; why you can never completely avoid or transfer risk in software development; and how to mitigate or contain risks.
In this on-demand webinar, Ken Collier imagines what would happen if we raised our children like we build BI systems ... We would keep them in highly controlled and protected environments, away from others until they are mature and fully developed. Then we would release them into the world to see if they can function effectively.