Hallways in Scotland's team hotel have become known as the corridors of power, with forwards utilising any available space to practice.
Cuttitta, a former Italy international, said: "The boys come and ask and we talk about scrummaging.
"It's not just on the field, the boys are thinking about what they want to do.
"I know it sounds a bit strange doing things in the corridor, but they want to get better, which is a good thing."
There are 17 forwards in Scotland's 30-man squad, eight of whom play in the crucial front row - two loosehead props, three hookers and three tightheads.
Cuttitta was pleased with the forward display in the 15-6 Pool B win over Georgia in Invercargill - vastly improved from in the 34-24 opening defeat of Romania - and is optimistic of further improvement against Argentina in Wellington on September 25.
He added: "I just put it down to collective hard work; not just the boys that played the game, the whole group.
"They've all been putting in a lot of hard work. It's a credit to them.
"It's all about getting the confidence and getting better and better. Hopefully we can take it on against Argentina.
"The work we've been doing right throughout the three months is coming out now.
"We just need consistency now, we need to prove we can do it again and again and again.
"I'd like the pack to do the same thing as they've just done against Georgia."
Scotland have a 10-day run-in to their game against Argentina, where a victory would maintain their record of progressing to the quarter-finals in every World Cup.
Forward play is bound to be important against the Pumas, with Cuttitta relishing the contest.
He added: "This is the game of our lives. It could be history for us, it could be a very important day.
"If we can win this game it makes things a lot easier for us, so we're focusing on this game."
Argentina's pack pose another formidable challenge and Cuttitta added: "I'm confident the boys will do well. It's not going to be easy and we respect them a lot.
"I think it will be even more difficult (than Georgia) because they will be even more sly.
"They won't just be physical, they'll also be technical and try to spin scrums, they'll try to do all sorts of things against us."
Key to the victory over Georgia was Euan Murray, but Scotland will miss the Newcastle Falcons tighthead prop against Argentina as his religious beliefs forbid him to play on Sundays.
Cuttitta believes Geoff Cross and Moray Low, who is yet to feature in the tournament, are more than capable deputies.
The Italian added: "We've got three hookers all at the same level, three tightheads all at the same level.
"They've all been doing well, my faith in all of them is just the same.
"They've all been working hard and working for the team. I'm happy with everyone."
Andy Robinson's men claimed a 2-0 series success in South America in 2010, with Low occupying the key tighthead berth.
And Cuttitta has backed the Glasgow Warriors prop to perform if he is called upon.
"Moray Low hasn't been involved in the 22 at the moment, but he's just as good, he could come in at any time and do just as well as the ones who have been involved."
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