Things I've Written...
I write at the intersection of business, leadership and social interest. With years of research experience informing my love of the written word, I am able to adapt my writing style to suit the needs of my client—regardless of the industry and project type—without losing my artistic voice. I invite you to peruse a selection of my most recent work.
One Billion in Reserve
My book proposal on integrating disabled and neurodivergent lives in the modern workplace. One of three finalists for the 2018 Bracken Bower Prize organized by McKinsey & Financial Times.
Three Lessons in Crisis Leadership
Poor leadership is costliest during a crisis. Every leader must be prepared to consider - ahead of time - the nuances of their company and industry that may potentially impact crisis response across a range of situations.
Seven Big Ideas for Leaders in 2018
November 2017 marked the ninth convening of the Global Peter Drucker Forum (GPDF), a wide-ranging symposium encompassing the contemporary elite of management thinkers in Vienna, Austria.
The Battlefield of the Mind
An essay on overcoming mental blocks through principles inherent in Peter Drucker's life and practices. Winner of a special award for most creative and original entry in the 2017 Peter Drucker Challenge.
Eat or Be Eaten: Winning the Merger Endgame in Asian Healthcare
A bird’s eye view of the global healthcare landscape reveals a market in consolidation and the implications for Asia are well worth considering.
Four Recommendations for Realizing the Potential of Sri Lankan Pharma
Thoughts on how Sri Lanka's pharmaceutical companies can lay the groundwork for improved health and business outcomes.
Whither the hybrid threat? Lessons from Sri Lanka's Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam
Preparation for conflict in the 21st century requires serious consideration of the threat posed by non-state actors capable of hybrid warfare.
Sri Lanka's Way Forward: The Imperative to Foster Civic Engagement, Dialogue, & Reconciliation among Youth
This article is a First Place winner in the 2009 Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) International Essay Competition (Citizenship in a Democratic Society).