SUSL Staff Directory

Mrs. Shashika Naotunna

Senior Lecturer


Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Human Resource Management (HRM), University of Colombo (2013)

BSc Business Administration (Special) Degree, University of University of Sri Jayewardenapura (2004)

Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka (2013)


Mrs. Shashika Naotunna is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Business Management of the Faculty of Management Studies. She worked in private sector in the capacity of Management Executive before she joined Academia. She has nearly nine years of experience as a lecturer in Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka. Currently, she is on overseas study leave and reading for PhD at Huazhong University of Science & Technology, Wuhan, China.

Membership of Professional Bodies/Associations

Member of MBA Alumni Association of University of Colombo, Sri Lanka

Research Interests

Creativity, Telework, Knowledge Sharing, Commitment to Change

Current Research Projects

Telework and Creativity of Professional Employees

Recent Publications

Full papers published in Indexed Journals

Naotunna, S., & Arachchige, B. (2016). Perceived Organizational Support and Non-managerial Employees Commitment to Change in Sri Lankan Apparel Firms. South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management, 3(1), 40–57.

Naotunna, S. (2015). “Psychological Capital: A Positive Approach to Enhance Commitment to Change among University Students”, American Journal of        Educational Research, 3(6), 765-769.

Indexed Conferences (Conference Proceeding Citation Index (CPCI) of Thomson Reuters)

Naotunna, S., & Zhou, I. (2016). Autonomy and Creativity of Home-based Professional Teleworkers: The Mediation Role of Intrinsic Motivation. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Innovation & Management, 28th – 30th November, Kuala Lumpur.

Award Winning Publications

The APIIT Research Excellence Award for Business Track

Naotunna, S., & Arachchige, B. (2015).  Perceived Supervisory Support and Non Managerial Employees’ Commitment to Change Proceedings of the First Business and Technology Conference, Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology, Sri Lanka.