Vision to Value, the new tech operations book from Luis Gomes de Abreu, is out now in paperback and Kindle format on Amazon.com. Vision to Value shares the experience and strategy of startup co-founder Luis Gomes de Abreu, based on his 10-year journey with Nmbrs. The book focuses on building mindset, strategy, and formal structure to support operations, working to help tech leaders bridge the gap between startup and a scaled organization.
It offers a clear look at operations in a growing tech company, helping tech leaders make the right decisions around team structure, work management, people management, and integration into other departments.
Buy Now in Paperback
Vision to Value is available now in U.S. Trade paperback format on Amazon web properties in the U.S.A., Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Japan. The book features 288 black and white pages and a full-color 10-point laminated stock cover. The print-on-demand title typically ships within 2 days of purchase. Delivery timelines and shipping costs do apply.
Introducing Vision to Value
Vision to Value introduces an operational model designed to support growth and scaling in tech companies. With theoretical and practical information, including high-level ideas that must be implemented for operational success, Vision to Value creates an accessible tech framework at an organizational rather than team level. The framework is built around 5 pillars, which structure book content and operational delivery in an organization using the model:
- Vision and Strategic Plan
- Work Management
- Process Management
- People and structure
- Data and Information Management
Each pillar functions as a support for operational growth, allowing tech leaders to tweak their framework to create a solution that meets unique organizational needs. Vision to Value introduces these ideas, their themes, and information including a monitoring system to measure and control success.
About the Author
Luis Gomes de Abreu is a tech entrepreneur, author, and CTO. In 2008, he co-founded payroll & HR software company Nmbrs, taking on responsibilities for tech operations as COO and as head of development. His role led to structuring and developing an operational model from the ground up, helping Nmbrs to scale to 120+ employees and thousands of clients. Along the way, he’s launched other ventures such as Grappster and Wallylabs, participated in numerous startup initiatives, and is the author of Vision to Value.