Global Peter Drucker Challenge 2014

The Jury has selected this year's Winners

Students and professionals up to the age of 35 were invited to submit an essay and/or a video covering the theme "Lost in Digital Wonderland – Finding a Path in the Global Knowledge Society".
Congratulations to the winners and a big thank you to all participants for their efforts and all the valuable time spent on sharing experience, knowledge and inspiring thoughts.

136 essays from 40 countries (Top 4: India, Philippines, Nigeria, USA) have entered the race for the Essay contest regarding different criteria. An international, renowned judging panel has just selected the 10 finalists in the 3rd and final round. 
We are happy to announce
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Winner of the Drucker Challenge Essay Award

1. Ananthanarayanan Venkateswaran (India)
Founder of Techdivine Creative Services; author of Social media marketing Brand ROI
"Lost in Digital Wonderland? Finding a Path in the Global Knowledge Society"

2nd & 3rd Place

2. Temitayo Olofinlua (Nigeria)
Writer, Editor, Creative Director, Wordsmithy Media
"The Knowledge Worker in the New Wonderland"

3. Isabella Akinseye (Nigeria)
Writer, editor
"The power of online in the knowledge economy: The Nolly Silver Screen Example"

1. Divya Aggarwal (India) XLRI University
"Being The Alice Generation"

2nd & 3rd Place

2. Adarsh Ramesh (India)
"A Canvas for Tomorrow’s Intellectual Global Village"

3. Abhinav Jha (India)
"Micro-organizatons and Samvedna: A more effective and empathic knowledge worker"

3. Sam Goan (Australia) University of Queensland
"Our recent past as a road map for the future"

All essays are available NOW on >




14 videos from 12 countries have successfully completed the submission process and were admitted to compete via online voting. Watch the videos on

Winner of the Drucker Challenge Video Award

1. Devashish Mathur (India), Student
"Plant Community"

2nd & 3rd Place

2. Shariful ISLAM (Bangladesh), Creative
"Remember Ramanujan"

3. Tim Rhodes (Australia), Student
"Timeless principles and change"

All videos are available NOW on >