Give Your Teams a Strong, Common Foundation with Exec Ed and Training by Cutter Experts
Cutter's experts create and deliver half-day to week-long workshops, training and executive education courses that give your teams the skills they need. From agile development methods, to business architecture foundations, from creating a culture that enables breakthough innovation to building a foundation for new digital models into your organization, training from Cutter makes it possible for your teams begin applying their new skills immediately.
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.
Gather leaders from all areas of your company and spend from a 1/2 day to a week honing the skills and building the teams that will lead your company to the next level. We'll customize a curriculum that combines case studies and lectures taught by Cutter's experts and guest professors from leading b-schools and that will serve as a foundation for clarifying your strategy and its execution.
In this one-day workshop, Cutter Senior Consultant Claude Baudoin alternates between short presentations on specific sub-topics and open, guided discussion, thus bringing out specific concerns and ideas that audience members may have.