Executive Roundtable with Dr. Mik Kersten & Brian Solis

January 27, 2021 at 11 a.m EST

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Event Summary

Length: 1 hour 30 mins

This roundtable focusing on strategic planning and OKRs will bring together a small group of transformation executives for exclusive discussion and networking with peers. Hosted by Dr. Mik Kersten and acclaimed digital analyst Brian Solis, this confidential and interactive session includes an open dialogue around leveraging the Flow Metrics to drive digital transformations in 2021, as well as best practices and personal insights from Mik and Brian.

Key discussion points are:

  • Building successful OKRs and the importance of measuring business performance at scale
  • How transformation and cultural changes are impacting organizations, and which methodologies have drawn success or challenges
  • Using Flow Metrics to advance digital strategies in 2021, building on the unprecedented internal support cultivated during the pandemic
  • Measuring the value of transformation to the business and customers
  • Making the shift from project to product

Fill out the form to request access to the roundtable events. These events are exclusively for senior IT and Transformation Executives. If you have any questions about the events please contact [email protected]

About Dr. Mik Kersten

Dr. Mik Kersten is the bestselling author of “Project To Product: How to Survive and Thrive in the Age of Digital Disruption with the Flow Framework®“. Mik’s experiences working with some of the largest digital transformations in the world has led him to identify the critical gap between business leaders and technologists, resulting in his creation of the Flow Framework® to connect strategy to delivery. He started his career as a Research Scientist at Xerox PARC where he built the first aspect-oriented development environment. He then pioneered the integration of development environments with Agile and DevOps tools while working on his Computer Science PhD at the University of British Columbia. Founding Tasktop out of that research, Mik has written over one million lines of open-source code that are still in use today and has brought seven successful open-source and commercial products to market.

About Brian Solis

Brian Solis is Global Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce, the global leader in Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Brian’s work at Salesforce focuses on thought leadership and research that explores digital transformation, innovation and disruption, CX, commerce, and the cognitive enterprise. Brian Solis has been called “one of the greatest digital analysts of our time.” Brian is also a world renowned keynote speaker and an award-winning author of eight best-selling books including, “The Experience When Business Meets Design”, “What’s the Future of Business” and “The End of Business as Usual”. In his latest book, “Lifescale: How to live a more creative, productive and happy life“, Brian tackles the struggles of living in a world rife with constant digital distractions. For almost 30 years, Solis has studied and influenced the effects of emerging technology on business and society. As a result of his work, Solis also helps leading brands, celebrities, and startups develop new digital transformation, culture 2.0, and innovation strategies that enable businesses to adapt to new connected markets from the inside out. 

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