Tasktop Announces More Than 23,000 Copies of Dr. Mik Kersten’s Best-Selling Project to Product Book Sold in First Year

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Tasktop Announces More Than 23,000 Copies of Dr. Mik Kersten’s Best-Selling Project to Product Book Sold in First Year

Founder & CEO’s Book Defines the Roadmap for Digital Transformation

 

VANCOUVER, BC, Nov. 20, 2019 --Tasktop, the leader in Value Stream Integration and Management, today provided first year sales figures forProject to Product: How to Survive and Thrive in the Age of Digital Disruption with the Flow Framework, the best-selling book by Tasktop Founder & CEO Dr. Mik Kersten.

Kersten has become the global authority on helping enterprise organizations transition from project management to product-oriented software innovation. His book introduces theFlow Framework™ as a new way of building an infrastructure for innovation to change the way enterprises approach software delivery. Based on his work with Fortune 100 enterprises, he provides a new managerial approach to help organizations better understand the human and system dynamics that underpin their IT infrastructure.

The book has sold 23,000 copies in the past year and remains on Amazon’s Top 10 Information Management bestseller list.
 

Kersten, along with other employees of Tasktop, have delivered presentations about concepts in Project to Product at more than 56 events worldwide within the past year. All author proceeds from the book go to supporting non-profit programs focused on diversity, women and minorities in technology.

Reflecting on the past year, Kersten said, “I have been amazed by the reception of Project to Product. Working with IT Revolution Press, we set a goal of ten thousand lifetime copies of the book, and more than doubled that in the first year. This speaks to the urgency and the need for enterprise organizations to get their digital transformations on track and become software innovators before it is too late. I am thrilled that my experience in the trenches and the Flow Framework are arming so many technology leaders with new tools to fight and win on the battleground of digital disruption.”
 

Anna Noak, editorial director, Publishing at IT Revolution Press, LLC added, “IT Revolution acquired Project to Product because it is a game changing book and, as a publisher who strives to get cutting edge content to our readers, we knew that this book would become a must-read for those who are on the front lines of the Digital Revolution. We are incredibly proud to have this book in our list and are pleased to be a part of getting it into the hands of readers.”

More information about upcoming presentations can be viewed here, as well as how to request Dr. Kersten keynote at a conference or internal corporate event here. To download an excerpt from Project to Product, click here.

 

About Tasktop

Tasktop -- a leader in Value Stream Integration and Management -- automates and visualizes the flow of product-critical information across the software delivery value stream, from initial customer request to delivery, and back through the customer feedback loop for continuous improvement. Tasktop Hub integrates 60 best-of-breed tools, breaking through silos such as business planning, development, support and operations, and turns those weeks of wait time into seconds. Tasktop Viz allows enterprise organizations to see where the bottlenecks are across thousands or tens of thousands of IT staff, and to remove those bottlenecks with Tasktop Hub. Together, the two tools provide the data-driven visibility and infrastructure needed to survive and thrive through a large-scale digital transformation. The backbone of the most impactful Agile and DevOps transformations worldwide, the company’s customers are the global leaders in financial services, insurance, government and manufacturing, many of whom are in the Fortune 100, including 11 of the world’s top banks, the top six health plans and four of the top 10 US insurance companies.

 

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