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.
In this edition of The Cutter Edge, you'll discover some core agile concepts that are being applied in non-software settings, 4 models for breakthrough innovation, and how to achieve sustainable digital transformation.
The Cutter Edge: Playing the Infinite Game, Blockchain Opps, Digital Architecture, CX, Cutting Edge Agile
Architects need to be incremental in their build-outs, so they may win the battle in the finite game of a single capability. But looking to the future is critical for an enterprise's success. What kind of management and architecture practices are needed to go the distance and play the infinite game? Find out in The Cutter Edge.
It's Agile's turn to leverage the benefits of AI. But how? AI can significantly enhance team performance with data collection and analysis, and provide Agile coaches with the insight they need to steer team efforts in the right direction.
The Cutter Edge: Business Architecture for Non-Profits and Small Businesses, AI and Agile Teams, Security and Privacy Fallout
Although the values and focus of for-profit and nonprofit organizations may differ, Cutter Senior Consultant Whynde Kuehn suggests that employing a business architecture from the very beginning can help any type of organization avoid challenges as it begins to scale, transform, and improve.
The Cutter Edge: Growing Use of Drones, Why You Need a Semantic Business Model, Webinars, Bookstore Sale
It's a good bet the future will include our coexistence with drones in the sky similar to that of motor vehicles on land, says Cutter Senior Consultant Helen Pukszta.
The Cutter Edge: Six Rules for Managing Analytics, CX Technology Trends, Achieving Organizational Balance
Cutter Fellow Vince Kellen discusses the six new rules of analytics and the technologies that enable them. He encourages organizations to embrace these rules and shift their cultures to ensure that data and information are shared assets.
Discover the 7 technologies you should pay attention to in 2019 ... and more.
Cloud has enabled a shadow IT to emerge. That sounds scary (mostly to IT people) right? But we have also learned that shadow IT is not totally a bad thing, as long as there is communication, coordination, architecture, and governance.
The Cutter Edge: Accelerating Product Time-to-Market, Data Democratization Challenges, Industrial Agile Webinar
Why does it take so long (years, even decades!) to get a new product out of the manufacturing plant? Learn how to drastically reduce that time to delivery by applying Agile principles to physical product development.