Judith Hurwitz Explains Whether It’s Better To Be Lucky Or Smart In Technology Companies

Judith Hurwitz, author of LUCKY OR SMART?

Judith Hurwitz is president and CEO of Hurwitz & Associates, Inc., a strategy consulting and research firm focused on the business value of emerging computing technologies.

She is known as a no-holds-barred consultant who tells it like it is.

Judith holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from Boston University, serves on several advisory boards of emerging companies, and has started three consulting firms over the past eighteen years.

She has authored several books in the For Dummies series, including Cloud Computing for Dummies, Service Oriented Architecture for Dummies, and Service Management for Dummies.

Her latest book is titled Lucky or Smart?: How Technology Can Turn Chance Into Success.

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