Posts Tagged 'Summit 2016'

Nov 182016
 

The sesquiannual gathering of Cutter Consortium clients and consultants just took place in Cambridge, Mass., on November 15-16. The main theme was “digital transformation,” including the new business models centered on “digital data streams” and the implications of this transformation for the CIO’s organization. Cutter Fellow Prof. Karim Lakhani presented a Harvard Business School case study on “GE and the Industrial Internet.” It tells of GE’s decision to create a new entity devoted to applying IoT technology to industrial environments (manufacturing, transportation, electricity generation, etc.). There was a lot of discussion of how some other companies missed the transformation to digital services, in part by underestimating in the early 1990s the explosion in the number Read more

Sep 282016
 
Great Conversations on Digital Transformation

I’m sure our invitation isn’t the only one you’ve received to a conference on digital transformation. So, you’re probably wondering, what makes Cutter’s Summit 2016 — focused on digital transformation — different and worth spending the time and money on? Here are just 3 of the many ways that the Summit stands out: 1. No lectures, no talking heads. Every session is interactive. There’s a case study session, where you’ll work through the GE and the Industrial Internet case; first on your own, reading the case before you even arrive in Boston, and then with a small group of your peers at the Summit, and finally in a high-energy conversation facilitated by Harvard Business School Read more