Cutter Consortium Summit 2010 North America
Venue: Royal Sonesta Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Oct 25, 2010||End Date/Time: Oct 27, 2010|
The annual Cutter Consortium Summit is unlike any other conference you've ever attended. It provides a live venue for IT and business professionals to meet and debate with one another and noted experts in the IT field. The intellectual give-and-take is second to none. Discover why business and technology professionals return each year -- and why you should join them!
You'll enjoy stimulating keynotes by top experts panel discussions, an interactive Harvard Business School-type case, and hands-on seminars and raucous panel debates; networking at lunches, breaks and entertaining evening events; and getting one-on-one guidance and input from expert presenters who include professors from leading business schools. Check out the agenda.
Program highlights include:
- Cloud Computing two ways: via a keynote by Cutter Fellow Lou Mazzucchelli and in a collaborative seminar with Cutter Senior Consultant Claude Baudoin to ensure you leave armed with pragmatic advice on utilizing cloud computing in your organization.
- Agile Management with keynoter Cutter Agile Product and Project Management Practice Director Jim Highsmith
- Robert Scott will show you how shared services is evolving to become an engine for value creation and innovation.
- IT cost and value case study facilitated by Cutter Senior Consultant and Associate Professor at the Mays Business School Rogelio Oliva
- Security Roundtable with Andy Fried Dark Side Agility - How the bad guys will get you fired
- Government and Public Sector IT, in a seminar with Cutter Senior Consultant Mitchell Ummel
- IT Governance during lean times, a seminar with Bob Benson
Case study on how architecture has brought competitive leadership to a Fortune 100 enterprise by Cutter Enterprise Architecture practice director Mike Rosen
- Cutter Fellow and Summit moderator Rob Austin will borrow from both the Agile practice of retrospectives and the case study teaching method he honed as a professor at Harvard Business School for his interactive keynote, What Does it All Mean? and will lead a forum for CIOs and IT Execs.
- An in-depth lesson, by Israel Gat and Jim Highsmith, on how to know the cost of your technical debt and mitigate its consequences.
Registration for Summit 2010 includes the 3-day
program, breakfast and lunch each day, and dinner at our buzzing Monday
night cocktail party. Hotel reservations can be made at the Cutter
Group Rate directly at the Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston web
site, or by calling +1 617 806 4200. The deadline for discounted room
rates is September 10, 2010.