Pamela Ayuso Announces New Book Focused on Helping Businesses Address Adaptability
Through her recent book, Heptagram: The 7-Pillar Business Design System for the 21st Century, Ayuso outlines how organizations and companies can transform their existing structures so they can evolve and adapt over time.
June 16, 2021 /MarketersMedia/ —
In today’s environment, adaptability is key. The business world is ever-changing, with new technologies, methods, and standards for best practices introduced every day. Companies need to keep up with the latest trends to ensure success in their field. Luckily, Pamela Ayuso has discovered the perfect formula for helping businesses do just that. Through her recent book, Heptagram: The 7-Pillar Business Design System for the 21st Century, Ayuso outlines how organizations and companies can transform their existing structures so they can evolve and adapt over time. Her method shows them how they can also leave room for innovation, self-organization, learning, and trust while ensuring consistency via a defined operating configuration to deliver reliably high-quality services to their customers.
Filled with innovative ideas, practices, and methods, Heptagram is a guide for business leaders as they refine their current structure to save time and money and build a company that can outlast them. Ayuso’s 7-pillar business design system, the Heptagram method, provides a comprehensive guide to help companies thrive and consists of seven unique pillars: structure, processes, informational systems, metrics, trust, self-learning, and plasticity. Ayuso takes readers through these steps in an easy-to-read style that combines examples from her experience as an entrepreneur with timeless as well as new business concepts. With her method, organizations will feel confident to make changes to bring their business into the 21st century and ensure they continue to grow for decades to come.
Entrepreneur and writer Pamela Ayuso is the CEO and co-founder of Celaque. Celaque, a multimillion-dollar company, develops office and residential buildings in Honduras and manages a broad portfolio of properties. Ayuso’s experience with her own successful company sparked her desire to share what she has learned with others. Her practical know-how stems from years of building, tailoring, and polishing her business. Ayuso’s firsthand knowledge makes her uniquely qualified to help others bring their business into the modern world and create a structure that will keep it operating at its highest level regardless of external changes. As an expert in her field, Ayuso combines her business experience with her ability to predict when an organization needs to pivot to create her newest work and help others find the same success she created. Ayuso is also the author of a blog focused on helping entrepreneurs build their businesses at www.pamelaayuso.com and a children’s book, Alicia and Bunnie Paint a Mural, inspired by her daughters.
Heptagram is an all-inclusive guidebook to support businesses evolve and bring them up to date with modern strategies for success. From creating a defined operating structure, to implementing metrics, to developing plasticity, business leaders will learn many new strategies that she has compiled into a comprehensive design system for any company looking to revise its organizational structure. With Ayuso’s help, organizations can learn how to implement these strategies to grow.
As an entrepreneur and business leader, Pamela Ayuso has faced many of the same hurdles as other entrepreneurs and, through trial and error, found a business design system so that companies can operate consistently while also adapting to today’s constantly changing demands. Through Heptagram, companies can grow to their fullest potential and continue to thrive for many years to come.
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