In each free biweekly edition of The Cutter Edge, you'll find research, insight, and advice crucial to helping you navigate the spectrum of challenges technology change brings. The Cutter Edge hits upon all the diverse digital transformation issues today's executives are facing.
The Cutter Edge: Agile - Not Just for Software, Time Management in the New Norm, EA for Strategic Transformation
The Cutter Edge: Successful Ecosystems Require Solid Business Architectures, Enterprise Agility Use It or Lose It, more
The Cutter Edge: Three Practices to Improve Employee Engagement, Post-Pandemic Auto Industry Recovery, and more.
The Cutter Edge: Misunderstanding the COBOL crisis, DevSecOps red flags, automotive industry tips ...
The Cutter Edge: Lessons in Wartime Medicine Decision Making, Managing Risk with AI and ML, EA Virtual Training
The Cutter Edge: CEOs Share Crisis Planning Insight, Blockchain for Healthcare Monitoring, High-Stakes Decision Making
The Cutter Edge: Cybersecurity in 2020, Autonomous Systems Rising; Risk Management in a Time of Coronavirus
In this edition of The Cutter Edge, we address the trends in Cybersecurity that will impact the year ahead, how autonomous systems are at a tipping point with the convergence of new technologies, what you can do to address and manage the risks inherent in a crisis, and more!
This issue of The Cutter Edge explores three specific business architecture scenarios that will lead to increased relevance and leadership, why the validity of agile practices are being questioned, and more!
This edition of The Cutter Edge explores ten critical areas in need of technology regulaton, the factors leading to information mistrust, the roadblocks to digital transformation success, and more!
This issue of The Cutter Edge discusses the use of an architectural strategy for digital business success, why complementary paths to legacy transformation offer an easy way to acquire new digital capabilities and intellectual capital, and the three roadblocks standing in the way of digital transformation.
The Cutter Edge: Is Blockchain Here to Stay?, 3 Digital Architecture Pillars, Digital Transformation
This issue of The Cutter Edge explores how the next two to three years will be important for blockchain in terms of implementing proper regulations and standards to enable wider adoption; why architecture must refocus on three core principles to play a pivotal role in business transformation, and more!
This issue of The Cutter Edge explores how to keep the digital train moving with minimal friction, cost, and effort; the characteristics that encapsulate how successful business architecture practitioners think and act, and more!
The Cutter Edge: AI’s Potential for Social & Economic Disruption, the Cognitive Enterprise, Winning with Digital Transformation
This edition of The Cutter Edge explores the social, economic, privacy, and ethical issues associated with AI adoption; how the cognitive enterprise offers a business-driven vision for organizations, and more!
The Cutter Edge: Adapting to Next Software Frontier, Mastering Sustainable Software, Blockchain Trends Webinar, Digital Shift
This edition of The Cutter Edge discusses how leaders can prepare themselves for the changes in the software industry; how to master sustainability as technology continues to evolve; what's up and coming with blockchain, and more!
The Cutter Edge: Survival of the Fittest, Software Delivery Talent Wanted, Industry 4.0 Skills Shortage
In this issue, you'll discover why it's survival of the fittest in the digital game, why software delivery talent is so hard to find, how to meet the challenges of the skills shortage, and more!
In this edition of The Cutter Edge, explore the how the growth of AI technology implemention has also increased our our awareness of its negative, unintended consequences; the six key steps to a design thinking mindset; whether or not CX practices are living up to expectations, and more.
The Cutter Edge: Today's Best Architecture, What's Hindering CX Efforts, Bookstore Event, On-Demand BA Webinar
This edition of The Cutter Edge discusses how architecture should no longer aim to provide robust, detailed frameworks for mandated solutions and componentry but instead should focus on strong general design principles.and provide guardrails for security, scalability, availability, etc. It also reveals the factors hindering CX management inititatives, according to a recent Cutter survey.
The Cutter Edge: Prepare a Security Incident Response Plan, Span the Customer/Work Gap, Fall Bookstore Sale
In this edition of The Cutter Edge, you'll explore a multi-pronged approach to creating a strategic incident response plan focusing on continuous process improvement, learn what a team has to do to span the gap between its work and the customer market, and more!
The Cutter Edge: Building Performance Capabilities, Addressing the Skills Crisis, Pushing Beyond Status-Quo
This edition of The Cutter Edge explores what it takes to push beyond the status quo and achieve high-performance results, how to address the skills crisis, how to facilitate strategy execution with BA, and more!
The Cutter Edge: Business Architects and Storytelling, Enabling Early Tech Adoption, Innovation Model Differentiators
In this week's The Cutter Edge: Find out how business architects play a vital role as guides in an organization’s transformation story, explore the common elements/steps organizations should consider to deliver value to core businesses or to new markets, and identify the current and future state of disruption among industries.
The Cutter Edge: Digital Transformation in Regulated Industries, Transparency: A Success Story, Cognitive Enterprise Vision
In this week's The Cutter Edge: three questions those in regulated industries should consider to help kick-start their digital transformation efforts; how a company established a fully transparent information system to enable company-wide decision-making; and what it takes to become a cognitive or highly adaptive enterprise.
The Cutter Edge: Power of Dissent, High-Quality Idea Generation, Innovation Models Across Industries
In this issue of The Cutter Edge we explore the idea of allowing and encouraging dissent in organizations, four best practices that can help address innovation challenges, and innovation models across industries.