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Immerse yourself in Agile on day three of Cutter Consortium’s Summit: Executive Education+, 2-4 April 2012. You’ll find out how Agile, the software method that was conceived as a way to cope with change, is changing, how these changes can benefit your organization — and what you need to do to make that happen. Agile practice director Israel Gat has assembled an impressive team of Cutter consultants to present, including:

  • Patrick Debois: What Leaders Need to Know About Devops
  • Jim Sutton: Reclaiming Business Glory through the Lean Worldview
  • Hubert Smits: Want to be Radical? Here’s How
  • and Israel himself: Agile 2.0: Change is Changing!

Limited-time Registration Savings

Like 2011, our best offers for Summit 2012 won’t last. Register now to bring two team members for the price of a single registration (save $1995) or purchase a single seat for super early-bird savings of $1595 (save $400).

If you’re waiting on 2012 budget, but would like to take advantage of these savings, choose “Bill Me” and pay in 2012!

In addition to the stellar Agile program, you’ll benefit from the world class executive education the Summit is known for — keynotes, interactive case studies and exercises on leadership and teaming delivered by Cutter Fellows and distinguished business school faculty, as well as interactive work sessions built around emerging topics and technologies that matter to business technology leaders. You’ll enjoy (and join in on!) raucous panel debates moderated by the inimitable Tom DeMarco, networking at lunches, breaks, and entertaining evening events; and get one-on-one guidance and input from expert presenters and participants.

P.S. If Agile isn’t your area, you can choose from three other in-depth Wednesday programs — enterprise architecture programs that work, agile analytics, and a CIO roundtable work session. Check out the full agenda!


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