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Jim Sutton

Jim Sutton’s passion is for unleashing the power and joy of human creativity in the development of systems. He is a chief software-systems architect whose designs and processes have consistently quadrupled productivity compared to company and industry norms, accompanied by a ten-times reduction in defects compared to normal. His book Lean Software Strategies won the 2007 Shingo Prize, which Business Week has called “The Nobel Prize of Manufacturing.” He is an INCOSE (International Council on Systems Engineering) ESEP (Expert Systems Engineering Professional), one of only 50 worldwide, with a Master’s degree in Systems Engineering from Southern Methodist University, and is CEO of The Jubata Group. More recently, he joined with other recognized experts such as David Anderson, Dean Leffingwell, Alan Shalloway and Don Reinertsen in co-founding the Lean Software and Systems Consortium, which he now is the President.

My Speakers Sessions

Monday, May 14
 

2:30pm