Mastering Service in the Service of Others

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Nov 10, 2013 Comments Off on Mastering Service in the Service of Others

Online Webinar
Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 12:30 – 1:30pm

Are you in a client service business? Do you make products for others? Do you want to start an initiative bigger than yourself but don't know where to start?

In the world of business, as individuals and teams, we are called to serve others regardless of whether our "offering" is digital, physical, a product, or a service. Leaning on the wisdom of visionaries, prophets, and thinkers, what can you learn to develop your self or your team to be of better service to others? Rahul Singh (S'13), CEO and Partner at the Anant corporation, has built three different internet related businesses and shares his experience as he went from being a "strategic" and "entrepreneurial" person to a "purpose driven" executive and how it has translated to monumental growth and improvements in his firm. He will cover ideas from his experience and from learning from others like as Google, Lean Startup Methodology, the Toyota Way, Kaizen, Zen, GTD, and more.

Rahul Singh has spent the last 15 years working on Internet companies. At the age of 16, he started his first company in his parents basement to service 3000 hosting customers while going to High School. After designing, building, and migrating everything to a datacenter, he decided to try consulting. He helped his clients solve difficult problems related to creating highly scalable internet applications in organizations large and small such as MCI, ATT, Merrill Lynch, American Legacy Foundation. After a year learning the meaning of service in the restaurant industry, he took off from entrepreneurship to finish his education at Georgetown and worked at various consulting firms to service clients such as USPS, Miller Brewery and later with non-profits such as Feeding America, AICPA, AFT and ACLU.

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