Stax Head of Research Reaches Finals of Bracken Bower Prize
The Bracken Bower Prize, organized yearly by The Financial Times and McKinsey, awards £15,000 for the best business book proposal by an author under 35.
The finalists are selected through a rigorous process where each proposal is reviewed by executives from The Financial Times and McKinsey and passed on to the judges only when a green light is received from both parties.
Piyumi Kapugeekiyana’s, Stax Head of Research, proposed book One Billion in Reserve makes a case for rethinking both work and workplaces with a view to including the global talent pool of people with disabilities and the neurodivergent (people with learning and cognitive differences).
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