Leaping from good to great

Posted on August 4, 2009. Filed under: Management Update |

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(from left to right : Br. Virda Dimas Ekaputra and Br. Rahmat Ari Kusumanto)

Bandung (08/03) As challenge and opportunity emerges every day, it is become clearer that Rumah Zakat should be able to adopt and adapt to whatever the situation is offering. In Rumah Zakat effort to leap from good to great, these very situation should be taken with best attitude to comply with the best execution.

In terms to that effort, Rumah Zakat has safely pass their first obstacle, passing the Chief of Executive Officer job from former CEO, Br. Virda Dimas Ekaputra to his successor, Br. Rahmat Ari Kusumanto. The ceremony took place in Bandung Branch, in front of Amil from National Office and Bandung Office, Monday, 3rd August 2009. Br. Virda will continue his tenure to serve Rumah Zakat within his new role as Member of Supervisory Board.

“I’ve served you for 3,5 years as CEO of Rumah Zakat, and as we continue to leap this organization, we need to breed new idea and new approach. Now it’s the time to pass the mandate.” said Br. Virda.

His successor, Br. Rahmat Ari Kusumanto, former executive from Permata Bank, has seen as the right candidate to navigate Rumah Zakat and its crew is ready to support his helms.

“I took honor to join Rumah Zakat, a great place to work, to share, and to inspire. I offered you a sincere wish to bring Rumah Zakat fulfill their promise to community” said Br. Rachmat in his first speech after entitled as CEO of Rumah Zakat.

(August 4th / Agustin Santriana Wijayanti / National Office)

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