040: How To Be A Rockstar with Uma Vanka

Uma Vanka

Hosts Tracy Swain and JaVonne Williams are joined by Uma Vanka. Uma is a digital transformation leader and current partner at TCS America. Uma has over two decades of experience in transforming businesses into market leaders using Information Technology (IT). As an IT entrepreneur, Uma helps organizations use Information Technology to transform their businesses and maximize value.

Having been brought up in a small town in India, Uma completed his studies from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) in Rajasthan, India, before starting his career at a large multinational company. He moved to the US while in his 20’s and has applied all the lessons he has learned over the years to move up on the career ladder and is now sharing these tools with you. In today’s episode Uma shares what inspired him to write his book ‘I Am a Rockstar while discussing some possible solutions for challenges/opportunities entrepreneurs may be facing during the pandemic.

Uma helps his many customers come up with their transformation vision, and deploys teams to turn their vision into reality. This requires effective communication, extensive negotiation, and strong leadership, all of which he covers in his book, ‘I Am A Rockstar’, an expert guide to success. In addition to defining vision for his customer’s success and getting them buckled up and ready to travel the distance to their success needs, a broader perspective and the right mindset is also covered in the book. Ultimately, ‘I Am A Rockstar’ gives people the skills they need to master the art and science of success in business and in their entrepreneurial endeavors.

To learn more about Uma Vanka including more information on his Book, visit his website at http://www.umavanka.com/ , his Twitter: @ https://mobile.twitter.com/therockstarbook?lang=en, and Facebook Page: https://m.facebook.com/pages/category/Book/IAMAROCKSTARBOOK/posts



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