enterprise change

Enterprise Change Management: 4 Tips for Success

Managing enterprise change can be laden with risk, cost and complications. Organisations are expected to adapt to an increasing degree in order to remain competitive, with over 80% of change leaders anticipating the number of change initiatives in their organisations to increase over the next two years. With 70% of change programmes reportedly failing to…

SEACON

Cutover CEO Ky Nichol Interviewed Ahead of SEACON

A few weeks ago Cutover hosted SEAM (Study of Enterprise Agility Meetup) #19 run by Barry Chandler. We’re now preparing for the big event on November 12th: SEACON (Study of Enterprise Agility Conference), where our CEO Ky will be speaking during one of the sponsor tracks. Ahead of the conference, Ky sat down with Barry to talk…

enterprise-centric change management

5 Reasons to Choose an Enterprise-Centric Change Management Platform

Choosing a new change management software solution is never simple. It’s easy to get bogged down in details such as functions and features. But are you asking yourself the most important question – will this solution fit my organisation? The implementation of a new technology often fails because it imposes a rigid way of working…

SEAM #19: Humans vs Machines Recap

Last night we hosted the 19th monthly SEAM event “Humans vs Machines” at Rise London. It was a great evening filled with interesting talks and debate about the future of humans in an increasingly automated workplace. There was a great turnout and lots of interesting conversations over pizza and a few drinks! After an introduction…

humans and technology

Orchestrating Humans and Technology is the Future of Work

Humans and Technology are Both Increasingly Important IT executives in Financial Services face an impossible challenge. They know the money isn’t there to replace legacy technology, but they still need to innovate and remain competitive. They also know they have a regulatory responsibility to test recovery and resilience – even for legacy technology. This makes…

enterprise agility

Achieving Enterprise Agility Through Human & Machine Orchestration

“Enterprise agility is a company’s ability to outperform the competition and drive growth in new, ambiguous situations by learning and adapting when confronted with foreseen and unforeseen circumstances, dilemmas, crises, and complex problems.”   For many enterprises, this means adopting DevOps practices and moving towards increased automation. However, there is far more to Enterprise Agility…

Automation Should Augment People, Not Replace Them

It’s a popularly-held view that machines and automation will make the human workforce obsolete in the near future. According to a study by Korn Ferry, “44% (of 800 leaders) said they believe the prevalence of robotics, automation and AI will make people “largely irrelevant”.” Worldwide, the share of the economy devoted to labour has fallen…

Integrations

Cutover Enterprise Now Supports Integrations

“The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency.” – Bill Gates Any CIO will tell you that their dream is to reduce the amount of time that people spend doing manual and repetitive tasks, to free them up for thoughtful work…