Watch as Udacity COO, Lalit Singh and Chris Hsu, former HPE COO and CEO of Zibo Inc., discuss the logistical and managerial challenges of one of the largest corporate separations in history. In this interview Chris shares unique strategies and practical steps on how to best set your organization, processes and people up for success when managing a digital transformation journey.
Chris dives into why digital transformation isn’t optional for companies working on antiquated systems; it will only be a matter of time before they are disrupted. He also discusses how his military discipline makes him a more effective leader.
|Chris P. Hsu - CEO and Co-Founder of Zibo Inc.
Mr. Hsu currently serves as an independent director on the board of Neustar, Inc. and as an advisor to several VC backed growth companies and Commit, a non profit focused on helping veterans successfully find fulfilling careers.
Mr. Hsu graduated as a Distinguished Cadet from the United States Military Academy at West Point with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematical Economics and a minor in Mechanical Engineering. After completing his military tenure as a US Army Captain and his role as a product manager at General Mills, he obtained a MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
|Lalit Singh - COO at Udacity
Prior to joining Udacity, Lalit led digital transformation of highly complex HPE’s $3B software business from on-premise and disjointed systems to seamless and scalable cloud and SaaS based architecture. Other roles at HP/HPE included COO for HPE’s $2B Cloud business, VP Operational Performance driving the largest split (HP into HPE and HPI) in the industry, Finance Controller of $300M operations organization, and Strategy Leader for $20B Enterprise Services business.
Lalit began his career at GE across leadership roles in Customer Service, Engineering and Lean Six Sigma. He holds a B.S. in Electronics Engineering from Lucknow University and MBA in Finance and Marketing from Indian School of Business, India.