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Israel Joins the Cutter Consortium

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I noticed this morning that Israel had signed up with the Cutter Consortium:

Israel Gat, recognized and highly acclaimed as the architect of the Agile transformation at BMC Software, has joined Cutter Consortium’s team of Senior Consultants. Israel is currently focusing on enterprise-level Agile deployments. His activities in this space include consulting on R&D transformation, coaching executives on how to implement Agile, and developing business designs that take full advantage of Agile methods.

Knowing all of the casual consulting and more commentary Israel has been doing around Agile over the past few years, this is a natural progression towards formalizing his experience-driven insights into applying Agile Software Development. The Cutter Consortium has always been at the middle of discussing software development, and with the august members on the Agile Project Management team, Israel is in good company.

Also, this means you can schedule time with Israel and Cutter to discuss on work on applying Agile in your organization: either email press@cutter.com or call Kim Leonard  at +1 781 641 5111.

And don’t worry, the blog-posting work-horse that’s Israel will still be pumping out posts here, at The Agile Executive, for sure. In fact, they posts can only get better as Israel builds up and refines more material, experience, and insights from his work with Cutter 😉

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Written by Coté

February 2, 2009 at 9:16 am

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  1. […] Israel Joins the Cutter Consortium « The Agile Executive"Israel Gat, recognized and highly acclaimed as the architect of the Agile transformation at BMC Software, has joined Cutter Consortium’s team of Senior Consultants. Israel is currently focusing on enterprise-level Agile deployments. His activities in this space include consulting on R&D transformation, coaching executives on how to implement Agile, and developing business designs that take full advantage of Agile methods." […]


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