Training by Cutter Experts Gives Your Teams a Strong, Common Foundation
Cutter's experts create and deliver half-day to week-long workshops and training courses that will give your teams the skills they need. From agile development methods, to business architecture foundations, from mapping innovation to building Development IntelligenceTM capabilities into your organization, Cutter's workshops make it possible for your teams begin applying their new skills immediately. See sample Cutter Workshop & Training offerings by selecting one or any of the practice areas below.
Agile development is best known in the software world, where projects are easily understood as iterative. But until now, it hasn't been leveraged in developing industrial products. The new Industrial Agile Framework brings the benefits of Agile methods to industrial product development.
Creating your own How to be Successful with Breakthrough Innovation syllabus from our modular sessions will ensure that your program is right for your organization. No matter how you configure the series of sessions, you can be sure you’ll be getting strategy, insight, and advice that you can put to work right away. You’ll emerge with new ideas and strategies that have been tested and proven by innovative business leaders, and which you can put into action immediately.
Don MacIntyre has led large and small organizations through successful transformations. And now you can benefit from his on-the-job experience. Don MacIntyre’s Agile Leadership training is designed to help leaders make Agility a priority, enabling their organizations to transition quickly to new ways of doing business.
Cutter Senior Consultant Roger Evernden has developed a comprehensive and integrated set of online modules and courses intended to help you develop your enterprise architecture knowledge and skills.
Cutter’s Digital Transformation Bootcamp is designed to get a team thinking analytically and strategically about how its industry is changing. The Bootcamp immerses an executive team in the challenges and opportunities digital transformation presents so that they can walk away with new ideas and strategies that have been vetted by other smart business leaders.
Discover how the business analyst is the driving force to change the business from its current way of working to the desired future state in this two-day workshop led by Cutter Fellow Tim Lister.
This workshop covers how to establish and mature all aspects of a business architecture practice such as defining value proposition and measuring value, creating a roadmap for the practice, defining governance, selecting tools and defining organizational structures.
Optimize your Big Data investments, decision making, and performance.
Cutter Consortium offers Executive Education days — singly or in a series — designed to move your entire team up the Digital Transformation learning curve.
A workshop focusing on the organizational and business advantages that can be achieved with Digital Data Streams.
This course focuses on extending the basic business architecture through strategy, product, initiative and stakeholder mapping. You'll learn how to leverage business architecture to benefit related disciplines including business modeling, Lean Six Sigma, business process management and case management.
This workshop provides an overview of business architecture that will help you gain executive sponsorship, practice setup, achieve acceptance and utilization, and build out your business architecture baseline. (Held in Mexico City, presented in English and simultaneously translated.)
Cutter gets teams to the Agile starting line as quickly as possible. Cutter offers basic Agile training for teams who are new to Agile, as well as those who want to sharpen their Agile edge.
This executive-level workshop provides answers to typical questions that arise during an Agile adoption, such as: How do we ensure the Agile teams are working in alignment with strategic objectives? How long does it take to start seeing results? What kind of executive-level support do Agile teams need?
This workshop provides an overview of busines architecture that will help you gain executive sponsorship, practice setup, achieve acceptance and utilization, and build out your business architecture baseline.
This workshop provides an overview of the practices beyond the original Agile core that are now common features of Agile, such as Kanban, continuous integration, story mapping, test-driven development, and more.
This workshop is designed to help managers and executives build a more agile organization -- one that is able to detect and react to change.
Learn how to build a strategy around techniques including user experience (UX) design, software analytics, serious games, and even research techniques borrowed from anthropology and psychology.
Discover a new menu- and principle-driven framework for software development — one that combines the best parts of today’s popular Agile practices with the application of software development analytics, enabling you to monitor the delivery of your software on an ongoing basis, with a strong focus on value-add.
This workshop provides a greater understanding of the Agile approach in the context of Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence projects.
This workshop discusses how to establish and map formal blueprints of your business and IT architectures and use these blueprints to interpret strategy, craft roadmaps, allocate funding and establish and govern project deployments.
In this one-day workshop, William M. Ulrich delivers a comprehensive, industry-proven approach to building a business architecture that will help you turn business strategy into actionable results. At the end of this workshop, you’ll have gone through the basic steps of establishing your foundational business architecture, which includes a capability map, value streams, organizational map, information map and related, hybrid blueprints.
In her workshop for IT leaders, Cutter Senior Consultant Sheila Q. Cox equips IT leaders with the insight, perspective, and tools to help users deal with the human side of IT-driven change.
Agile adoption goes hand in hand with abandoning so-called traditional project management. Yet new projects are continously faced with legitimate management questions. Now you can answer these questions with confidence when you adapt the Earned Value Management method (EVM) into your Agile product development process.