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Roshanga Wickremesinghe, the chief strategist at R & R Associates Consulting will be speaking on ‘Strategising in a high VUCA world’

Roshanga Wickremesinghe, the chief strategist at R & R Associates Consulting is the author of the book titled ‘How small countries can compete and grow – a case for Sri Lanka’. He counts over 16 years of International Management Consulting Experience, and a track record of delivering high impact consulting, training, facilitation and coaching solution across 16 countries and as a sector independent strategist he has worked across 50 industry subsectors.

A major effect of this high VUCA world is that your businesses Strategic Plans don’t seem to work. In January of 2010 the Wall Street Journal stated that ‘strategy as we know it is dead’. This possibly is because, business models are changing, customer loyalty is a thing of the past and disruptive change is the new normal. Learn how to strategise in this new reality.

Kindly diarise 27 November at 6 p.m. – Galadari Hotel. All members are welcome to listen, learn, enjoy, interact and network. Members may bring guests who may be interested in joining TMC. Rs. 750 will be charged for light refreshments and drinks. Kindly reserve your seat by calling Pradeep/Joseph on 5860000 or by emailing: tmc.srilanka@gmail.com.


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