LET CUTTER’S EXPERTS CATAPULT YOUR TEAM TO NEW LEVELS OF PERFORMANCE
Predictability, Reliability, Velocity, Better Business Outcomes — Cutter’s experts in Agile, software and hardware engineering excellence, and product management are helping development teams in organizations worldwide realize improvements in all of these dimensions. From custom assessments and consulting to training and executive education, harness the expertise of Cutter’s thought leaders to boost your team’s performance.
Cutter’s Senior Consultants are experts in training management teams how to both meet the needs of the Agile development organization and pursue the strategic goals of the business. At the end of this two-day Agile Management session, your executives and managers will know how to balance empowerment with governance, align goals and metrics up and down the organization, and determine the exact amount of agility (or stability!) your organization needs to support its business objectives.
Cutter Consortium's agile enablement engagement provides your organization with experienced, hands-on assistance to jump-start and guide your transition to agile methods. Cutter's team of experts helps you identify which agile practices will bring the greatest return on investment to your organization. Our goal: to enable you to implement agile methods quickly and effectively, shorten your product development schedule, and increase the quality of the resultant product.
A complete assessment of an organization's use of agile methods, its software engineering practices, and its project management skills and capabilities can be a significant undertaking, particularly for a large organization. Cutter's team is exceptionally skilled at performing the assessment you need.
In a Technical Debt Assessment and Valuation, Cutter's Senior Consultants examine the quality of the software under examination through technical and business lenses.
Cutter’s modern analytics in software development consulting, led by Cutter Senior Consultant Dr. Murray Cantor, delivers real-time knowledge about your software development operation and the adjustments you can make to deliver optimal business value — whether the goal is better financial outcomes, faster time to market, or operational efficiency.
For venture capitalists and M&A pros who need to make quick go/no-go investment decisions, we offer a streamlined variant of our Technical and Process Review. What makes it a finely honed tool for evaluating investment decisions?
The fact of the matter is, often times you are at loss as to how to improve your software. You know it needs improving because you can identify the symptoms -- perhaps poor business results, late delivery, inadequate quality or low productivity -- but their root cause is not so clear.
It's easy for a Lean or Agile initiative to get disconnected from the reasons a business exists. James Sutton brings his big picture perspective and wide experience -- from leadership on small teams to billion-dollar programs -- to helping your organization (re)align to improve its business's bottom line. Using James' approach, your organization will decrease waste by improving value and flow.
Get assistance and ongoing support risk management oversight and guidance for your enterprise.
By framing the questions explicitly in terms of a worst case; switching perspectives and allowing people to describe the best case; examining blame-free, blameworthy, and partial failures, and employing additional techniques, Tim Lister is able to overcome the hesitation that prevents most people in most companies from articulating many risks they are aware of.
Our Senior Consultants will work with you to design, build, and implement an independent Project Office that will enable you to consistently collect data, analyze it, and present the results.
An effective project chartering session is the best way to ensure that a project gets started correctly. Cutter's project chartering sessions help establish a project's team values, vision, mission, objectives, project community, measures of success, scope and boundaries, committed resources, and working agreements.