Cutter Consortium Fellow Steve Andriole is Professor of Business Technology at Villanova University. His specialty areas include digital transformation and emerging technology trends. His acclaimed columns in Forbes.com have included 5 Ways CIOs Should Speak Digital to Executives.
Rob Austin is a Cutter Consortium Fellow and Professor of IT Management at the Richard Ivey School of Business (Canada). Previously, he was Professor of Management of Innovation and Digital Transformation at Copenhagen Business School.
Sheila Q. Cox is Director of Cutter Consortium's Change Management practice. She guides leadership teams as they transform themselves and their organizations to achieve and sustain new levels of performance.
Drawing on Lean, the Theory of Constraints, and Agile as a foundation, Hillel Glazer has the ability to quickly adapt to any situation to successfully transform companies by bringing to bear the most effective solutions for the given scenario.
Whynde Kuehn is a long-time business architecture practitioner, educator, and industry thought leader, who takes a business-focused and results-oriented approach to business architecture.
Cutter Consortium Fellow Lou Mazzucchelli is Master of Ceremonies for Summit 2020. He brings deep intellect and wry wit to the job. He most recently was a lecturer on business technology and entrepreneurship at Bryant University.
Cutter Consortium Fellow Michael Roberto, author of Unlocking Creativity: How to Solve Any Problem and Make the Best Decisions by Shifting Creative Mindsets, is the Trustee Professor of Management at Bryant University.
Mike Rosen, a Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant, advises CIOs, IT leaders, and architects on creating the new Digital Business Platform and using architecture as a tool for digital transformation and improved decision making.