Dr. Rupashree Baral
Associate Professor
Office: DoMS 206
Phone: 2257 4561 (O)
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Academic Background

  • PhD - S.J.M. School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, 2010
  • M.A. (Industrial Relations & Personnel Management), Berhampur University, Orissa, 2000
  • B.Sc. (Zoology Hons.), Utkal University, Orissa, 1996

Work Experience

  • Assistant Professor (HR & OB) at IIT Madras from 2011 – till date.
  • Assistant Professor (HR & OB) at MPSTME, NMIMS, Mumbai.
  • Visiting Faculty (IR and Labor Laws) at AMITY B’School, Mumbai.
  • Lecturer (HR & OB) at IMAGE, Bhubaneswar.
  • Academic Associate (P & IR) at IIM Ahmedabad.

Areas of Interest

Courses and Teaching Interests

  • Human Resource Management
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Industrial Relations
  • Principles and Practices of Management
  • Research in HR and OB

 Research Interests

      • Work-Life Balance and Work-Family Enrichment
      • Employee and Family-Friendly HR Policies and Practices
      • Employer Branding
      • HR and Sustainability
      • Workplace Diversity and Inclusiveness
      • Generational Differences at the Workplace
      • Career Exit and Re-entry of Women
      • Social Networking and Knowledge Sharing behavior
      • Employee Well-Being Issues
      • CSR Practices in Indian Organizations
      • Employee Relations
      • Employee Engagement
      • Technology and Human Interface
      • Competency Management

Publications

International/National Journals

  • Baral, R. & Pavithra, S. (2019). Exploring the moderating effect of susceptibility to emotional contagion in the crossover of work-family conflict in supervisor-subordinate dyads. Personnel Review.
  • Deepa, R.  & Baral, R. (2019). Importance-Performance Analysis as a tool to guide Employer Branding Strategies in the IT-BPM industry. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 6(1), pp. 77-95.
  • Krishnapriya V. & Baral R. (2019). Organisational and inter-organisational competencies for supply chain integration. International Journal of Process Management and Benchmarking, 9 (1), 101-123.
  • Issac, A.C & Baral, R. (2018). "Dissecting knowledge hiding: a note on what it is and what it is not", Human Resource Management International Digest, 26 (7), 20-24.
  • Manimegalai S. & Baral, R. (Accepted for Publication). “"Examining the mediating role of organizational trust in the relationship between CSR practices and job outcomes", Social Responsibility Journal. 
  • Pavithra, S. and Baral, R. (2017). “The Crossover of Work-family Experiences among Supervisor-subordinate Dyads in India”. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 53 (1), 115 – 128. 
  • Deepa, R.  & Baral, R. (2017). “A Comprehensive Framework for Implementing an Effective Employer Brand Strategy”, Global Business Review, Marketing Supplement issue (May-June 2017). 
  • Pavithra, S. and Baral, R. (2017). Crossover of work-family experiences from supervisors to subordinates: A position paper. IIM Kozhikode Society & Management Review. 6(2), 148-158. 
  • Baral, R. (2016). “Work-family conflict, job satisfactions and psychological well-being among women managers and professionals in India”. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 51(2), 432-446.
  • Manimegalai S. & Baral, R. (2016). “CSR Communication – A Study on Scale Development” International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, 5 (2), 251-256.
  • Manimegalai S. & Baral, R. (2015). “A Conceptual Framework for Exploring the Impacts of Corporate Social Responsibility on Employee Attitudes and Behaviour”, Journal of Human Values 21 (2), 127-136. 
  • Santhosh M and Baral, R. (2015) “The moderating role of top management support in the link between CSR and employee engagement: A conceptual framework”, Contemporary Management Research, 9 (2), 1-15.
  • Christy A.R. & Baral R. (2015). “Adoption of ERP system: An Empirical Study of Factors Influencing the Usage of ERP and its Impact on End User”, IIMB Management Review. 27(2), 105–117. 
  • Krishnapriya, V. & Baral, R. (2014). "Supply Chain Integration- A Competency Based Perspective", International Journal of Managing Value and Supply Chain (IJMVSC), 5(3), 45-60.
  • Bharathi R. & Baral R. (2014). “Factors Influencing the Attitudes, Behaviors and Career Success of Reentry Women: An Indian Perspective”. Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers, 39(2) 31-42.
  • Deepa R. & Baral, R. (2013). “A Logic Model Approach to Assess the Impact of Employer Branding Programs”, AIMS International Journal of Management, 7(3), 181-195
  • Bharathi R. and Baral R. (2013). “Determinants of Career Exit and Professional Re-entry of Working Women in India”. Review of HRM, 2(1), 175-186
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2011). “Predictors of Work-Family Enrichment: Moderating Effect of Core Self-Evaluations”, Journal of Indian Business Research, 3(4), 220-243
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2011). “Examining the Moderating Influence of Gender on the relationships between Work-Family Antecedents and Work-Family Enrichment”, Gender in Management: an International Journal, 26(2), 122-147
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2011). “HR interventions for work-life balance: evidences from organisations in India”, International Journal of Business, Management and Social Sciences (IJBMSS), 2(1), 33-42
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2010). “Work-family enrichment as a mediator between organizational interventions for work-life balance and job outcomes”, Journal of Managerial Psychology, 25(3), 274-300
  • Bhargava, S. & Baral, R. (2009). “Antecedents and Consequences of Work-family Enrichment among Indian Managers”, Psychological Studies, 54, 213-225
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2009). “Work-Life Balance Practices in Indian Organisations: Challenges and Prospects”, NHRD Network Journal, 2(3), 53-58
  • Baral, R. (2008). “Emerging Roles of HR in Creating Competitive Advantage”, Udyog Pragati, 31(1), January – March, pp. 30-38
  • Ganesh, M.P. & Baral, R. (2006). “The Assessment Center”, ICFAI HRM Review, September, pp. 19-25

 

Case Study

  • Bhargava, S. Baral, R., Sharma, A. & Krisnan, A.R. (2007). “Emerging Trends in Outsourcing: A Case Study” registered in European Case Clearing House

 

Book Chapters

  • Christy, R. & Baral, R. (2014). "Factors affecting the user acceptance of ERP and the impact on the individuals: A conceptual model, in M.K. Nandakumar, Sanjay Jhakaria, Abilash S. Nair (Eds) Organizational Flexibility and Competitiveness (pp 167-180), Springer India.
  • Deepa, R. & Baral, R. (2013). Book Review on the book "Sustainability and Human Resource Management - Developing Sustainable Business", NHRD Network Journal, October.
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2009). “Examining the link between work-life balance practices, perceived organizational family support and job attitudes”. In P. Verma, P.B. Bhaskaran, B. Thakar & P. Saxena (Eds.). HRM in Context of Global Meltdown (pp. 105-114). New Delhi, India: Excel India Publishers.  

Presentations

International Conference Proceedings

  • Baral, R. and Pavithra, S. (2017). Crossover of work-family experiences from supervisors to subordinates: Mediating role of family-supportive work environment, accepted for presentation at the 31st ANZAM Conference to be held at Melbourne, Australia during 6-8 December 2017
  • Deepa,R. and Baral, R. (2016). “Thinking Beyond Value Propositions – A Business Model Canvas Approach to Map Employer Brand Strategy”, presented at the 14th International Conference Human Resource Management (IHRM), held during 21st - 23rd June 2016 at Victoria, BC, Canada.
  • Pavithra, S. and Baral, R. (2016). Crossover of work-family experiences among supervisor-subordinate dyads in India: Mediating roles of family supportive organisational perception and schedule control. Work and Family Researchers Network conference, held at Washington, US. 
  • Pavithra, S. and Baral, R. (2015). Crossover of Work-Family Experiences - Crossover of work-family conflict and facilitation among supervisor-subordinate dyads. 5th Annual International Conference on Human Resource Management and Professional Development in the Digital Age (HRM and PD), held at Singapore and received the “Best Paper Award”.
  • Manimegalai,M and Baral, R. (2014). "A conceptual framework linking CSR with employee job attitudes and behaviors", Presented at the 28th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference held during 3rd-5th December 2014 at Sydney, Australia.
  • Bharathi R. and Baral R. (2013). “Factors Influencing the Attitudes, Behaviors and Career Success of Reentry Women: An Indian Perspective”. Presented at the 8th Asian Business Research Conference, Bangkok, Thailand held during 1st -2nd April 2013
  • Deepthi, U. and Baral, R. (2013). “Impact of Psychological Contract Fulfillment on Employee’s Cognitive Responses: Does Generational Difference Matter?", Presented at the 8th Asian Business Research Conference, Bangkok, Thailand held during 1st -2nd April 2013
  • Baral, R. (2012). “Predicting Work-Family Conflict: Comparison between Situation and Person-Based Predictors” Presented at the 13th International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB) Conference, Bali, Indonesia held during 12th -14th September, 2012
  • Aishwarya, L.R. and Baral, R. (2012). “Comparing the Competencies of Indian Software Professionals across Generations” Presented at the 13th International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB) Conference, Bali, Indonesia held during 12th -14th September, 2012
  • Bharathi R. and Baral R. (2012). “Women’s Career Exit and Reentry: A Qualitative Study”, Presented at the 13th International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB) Conference, Bali, Indonesia held during 12th -14th September, 2012
  • Christy A.R. and Baral R. (2012). “Examining the Factors Influencing ERP Usage and Its Impact on Panoptic Empowerment and End User Performance”, Presented at the 13th International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB) Conference, Bali, Indonesia held during 12th -14th September, 2012
  • Aishwarya, L.R. and Baral, R. (2012). "Comparing the Competencies of Indian Software Professionals across Generations" Presented at 6th Asian Business Research Conference, Bangkok, Thailand held during 8th -10th April 2012
  • Christy A.R. and Baral R. (2012). “Role of Individual, Organizational and Technological Factors on the Adoption of ERP and its Impact on the individual”, Presented at the 6th Asian Business Research Conference, Bangkok, Thailand held during 8th-10th April, 2012
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2010). “Predictors of Work-Family Enrichment: Moderating Effect of Core Self-Evaluations” Research paper accepted for presentation at 2010 Annual Academy of Management Conference, Montreal, held during 6th - 10th August 2010
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2008). “Mediating effect of work-family enrichment on relationship between organizational interventions for work-life balance and job outcomes” 22nd Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2006). “Family-Friendly Policies: Prospects for Indian Organizations”, 14th International Employment Relations Association (IERA) Conference on Family-Friendly Employment Policies & Practices: An East-West Perspective on Work-Life Balance at Hong Kong

National Conference Proceedings/ Presentations

  • Manimegalai Santhosh and Baral, R. (2016). “Linking Perceived Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Activities with Organizational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB): Mediating role of Organizational Prosocial Identity" presented at the 26th Annual Conference of the National Academy of Management (NAOP) held between 29th - 31st December 2016 at IIT Madras.
  • Deepa, R. and Baral, R. (2016). "Do EVP Attributes affect Employee Engagement? - A Closer Look through Psychological Contract Lenses", presented at the 26th Annual Conference of the National Academy of Management (NAOP) held between 29th - 31st December 2016 at IIT Madras.
  • Deepa, R. and Baral, R. (2016). “Role of Communication Effectiveness in the Relationship Between Employment Value Proposition and Employee-based Brand Equity", presented at the 4th PAN IIM World Management Conference, held between 13th - 15th December 2016 at IIM Ahmedabad.
  • Pavithra, S. and Baral, R. (2016). “Crossover of work-family conflict among supervisor-subordinate dyads: Does susceptibility to emotional contagion matter?" presented at the 4th PAN IIM World Management Conference, held between 13th - 15th December 2016 at IIM Ahmedabad. 
  • Manimegalai Santhosh and Baral, R. (2016). “Examining the Mediating Effect of Organizational Trust on the Relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Organizational Pride and Identification" presented at the 25th Silver Jubilee convention of National Academy of Psychology 2015-16 held in Allahabad, India during 2nd-5th Feb. 2016.
  • Manimegalai Santhosh and Baral, R. (2016). “CSR Communication: A Study on Scale Development’ presented at the 7th International Conference on IT and Business Intelligence (ITBI-16) held during January 21-23, 2016 at Goa.    (First Prize in the Student Paper Presentation category).
  • Pavithra, S. and Baral, R. (2016). Exploring the Moderating Effect of Susceptibility to Emotional Contagion in the Crossover of Work-Family Conflict among Supervisor-Subordinate dyads. DOMS Research Symposium, held at IIT Madras, Chennai. 
  • Deepa, R. and Baral, R. (2015). "Employer Branding and Talent Management - A Review and Research Agenda", DoMS Research Symposium, Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras, held between January 16th and 17th 2015.
  • Santhosh, M. and Baral, R. (2015). “Linking CSR practices with employee attitudes and behaviors: The mediating role of organizational trust”, presented at the 4th Biennial Indian Academy of Management Conference, held between 11th -13th, 2015 at IIM Lucknow Noida Campus, NCR.
  • Rofia, R. and Baral, R. (2014) “The Role of HR Practices in Building a Good Employer Brand – Does the Organizational Culture and Leadership Matter?” Presented at the Fourth International HR Conference at SDMIMD, Mysore during 5th -6th December 2014.
  • Kalra, A. and R. Baral (2013). “Insights into factors affecting Enterprise SNS adoption and its usage potential for Knowledge Sharing”, Presented at the 3rd biennial conference of the Indian Academy of Management (IAM), 2013, held at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA) during 12th-13th December 2013.
  • Bharathi R. and Baral R. (2013). “Factors Affecting the Work Attitudes of Indian Reentry Women in the IT Sector”, Presented at the 3rd biennial conference of the Indian Academy of Management (IAM), 2013, held at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA) during 12th-13th December 2013.
  • Deepthi, U. and Baral, R. (2013). “Psychological Contract Fulfilment and Its Impact on Employees’ Cognitive Responses: Does Generations Make Any Difference?” Presented at the 3rd biennial conference of the Indian Academy of Management (IAM), 2013, held at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA) during 12th-13th December 2013.
  • Baral, R. (2013). “Examining the Consequences of Work-Family Conflict among Women Managers in India”, Presented at the International Conference on Women Empowerment: Global Perspective, Organized by Environmental Advisory for Sustainable Trust (EAST), Kanyakumari, India, held during 27th-28th September 2013.
  • Baral R. (2013). Impact of Family-Friendly Policies on Job Related Outcomes: Mediating Role of Perceived Organizational Family Support. Presented at the 1st Pan-IIM World Management Conference on “Emerging Issues in Management”, held at Goa, India from May 30 - June 1.
  • Bharathi R. and Baral R. (2013). “Determinants of Career Exit and Professional Re-entry of Working Women in India”, Presented at the 3rd National Conference on Human resource Management (NCHRM), held on 14th April 2013.
  • Deepthi, U. and Baral, R. (2013). “Generational Differences: An Examination of Work Values of Gen Y", Research paper presented at 10th AIMS International Conference on Management, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore held during 6th -8th January, 2013.
  • Krishnapriya V. and Baral R. (2013). “Role of People and Organizational Factors in Supply Chain Management”, Presented at the 10th AIMS International Conference on Management, IIM Bangalore, India held during 6th -8th January, 2013.
  • Deepthi, U. and Baral, R. (2013). “Generational Differences: An Examination of Work Values of Gen Y", Research paper presented at 10th AIMS International Conference on Management, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore held during 6th -8th January, 2013.
  • Deepa.R. and Baral R. (2013). “A Logic Model Approach to Assess the Impact of Employer Branding Programs”, Presented at the 10th AIMS International Conference on Management, IIM Bangalore, held during 6th -8th January, 2013.
  • Manimegalai,M and Baral, R. (2012). "Examining the link between corporate social responsibility and employee engagement", Presented at the International Conference on CSR, Institute of Public Enterprises, Hyderabad held during 6th-7th December 2012.
  • Deepthi, U. and Baral, R. (2012). “Understanding the generational differences and diversity climate of the organization in state of psychological contract fulfillment, and its impact on employee’s cognitive responses: A conceptual analysis”, Research paper presented at the XXII Annual Convention of the National Academy of Psychology (NAOP) India, Christ University, Bangalore held during 10th -12th December 2012.
  • Aishwarya, L.R. and Baral, R. (2012). "Comparing the Competencies of Software Professionals across Generations - A Research Proposal" Presented at National Conference on Emerging Trends in Business, Christ University, Bangalore held during 21st -22nd February 2012.
  • Christy, A. R. & Baral, R. (2012). “Effect of Characteristics Affecting the User Acceptance of ERP and the Impact on the Individuals”. Presented at the National Conference on Emerging Trends in Business at Christ University, Bangalore held during 21st - 22th February 2012.
  • Aishwarya, L.R. and Baral, R. (2011). "Comparison of Generational Competencies among Software Professionals- A Research Proposal". Presented at Eleventh Global Conference on Flexible Systems Management, IIM-Kozhikode held during 9th-12th December 2011.
  • Christy, A. R. & Baral, R. (2011). “Factors Affecting the User Acceptance of ERP and the Impact on the Individuals: A Conceptual Model”. Presented at the Eleventh Global Conference on Flexible Systems Management at IIM-Kozhikode held during 9th - 12th December 2011.
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2009). “Examining the link between work-life balance practices, perceived organizational family support and job attitudes”. Presented at the conference on HRM in Context of Global Meltdown at IBS Ahmedabad held during 10th-11th July 2009.
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2007). “Understanding the Effectiveness of HR Interventions for Work-Life Balance”, Presented at the APROS 12 conference on Challenges in Organizing and Managing in Rapidly Emerging Economies in Learning to Organize in Global World at MDI Gurgaon held during 9th-12th Dec, 2007. 
  • Aggrawal, U., Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2007). “Understanding Work-Life Balance from Psychological Contract Framework: Implications on POS and Organizational Outcomes”, Presented at the APROS 12 at MDI Gurgaon held during 9th-12th Dec, 2007. 
  • Baral, R. (2005). “Work Family Issues: A Review of Recent Literature and Agenda for Future Research”, COSMAR, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
  • Baral, R. & Bhargava, S. (2004). “Work and Life: Striking the Crucial Balance”, Second AIMS International Conference on Management, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta.
  • Baral, R. & Mohanty, P.K. (2003). “Changing Pattern of Industrial Relations in India”, 45th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Labour Economics, Jadavpur University, Kolkata.
  • Baral. R. (2003). “A New Identity for the 21st Century Organization”, First AIMS International Conference on Management, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore 

Honours and Awards

  • Received Best Research Paper Award (Co-authored the paper with Rahul R Lexman) for the paper “Being a happy digital learner”: A learning perspective through the adoption of playfulness in MOOCs. Presented at the Berchmans National Conference on the theme - Happiness Edge: The Holistic Business Mantra (Co-sponsored by Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala), held at Kochi on February 16, 2018.
  • Received Best Research Paper Presentation Award (Co-authored the paper with Pavithra Sampath) at the 5th Annual International Conference on Human Resource Management and Professional Development in the Digital Age (HRM and PD), held at Singapore, held during 14th-15th december 2017
  • Received Best Research Paper Award (Co-authored the paper with Manimegalai S.) for the paper “CSR Communication: A Study on Scale Development’ presented at the 7th International Conference on IT and Business Intelligence (ITBI-16) held at Goa during January 21-23, 2016.
  • Received Best Research Paper Presentation Award at the International Conference on Women Empowerment: Global Perspective, Organized by Environmental Advisory for Sustainable Trust (EAST), Kanyakumari, India, held during 27th-28th September 2013.
  • Received Best Research Paper Award (Co-authored the paper with Bharathi Ravindran) at 3rd National Conference on Human resource Management (NCHRM), New Delhi, 2013.
  • Received Best Research Paper Award (Co-authored the paper with Christy Angeline) at National Conference on Emerging Trends in Business at Christ University, Bangalore, 2011.
  • Received Best Research Paper Award in Human Resource Management in COSMAR, IISC Bangalore, 2005.
  • Recipient of AICTE National Doctoral Fellowship (NDF), 2004.
  • Qualified UGC National Eligibility Test for Lecturership (NET), 2002.
  • Recipient of UGC Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), 2002.
  • Received Dibakar Patnaik Memorial prize and Prof. Gopal C. Rath Merit certificate for being University Topper in M.A. IR & PM, 2000.

Professional Associations

  • Academy of Management (AoM)
  • National Academy of Psychology, India
  • National HRD Network Chennai Chapter
  • NIPM Chennai Chapter
  • Life Member, National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM), Madras Chapter
  • Life Member, National HRD Network, India
  • Member, Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN)

Referee Experience

Reviewer in Gender in Management: An International Journal, Journal of Managerial Psychology, IIMB Management Review, Personnel Review, South Asian Journal of Human Resource Management, IIM Kozhikode society and Management Review, International Journal of Happiness and Development (IJHD) and reputed Conferences such as Academy of Management, Indian Academy of Management, PAN IIM Conference

Training/MDPs/FDPs/Continuing Education Programs Conducted

  • Coordinated (Along with Prof. T.J. Kamalanabhan, IIT Madras) 3 batches of Supervisory Development Programs for Larsen & Toubro during  2018-2019.
  • Coordinated (Along with Prof. T.J. Kamalanabhan, IIT Madras) 5 batches of Management Development Programmes for Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCL) Distributors during 2018.​
  • Coordinated (Along with Prof. T.J. Kamalanabhan, IIT Madras) 2 batches of Leadership Development Programmes for Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (CPCL) during 2017-2018.
  • Coordinated (Along with Prof. T.J. Kamalanabhan, IIT Madras) 5 batches of Management Development Programmes for Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCL) Dealers during 2017 –  2018.
  • Coordinated (Along with Prof. T.J. Kamalanabhan) 13 batches of Management Development Programmes for IOCL Dealers during September 2016 – September 2017 under CEP, IIT Madras.
  • Coordinated (Along with Prof. T.J. Kamalanabhan) 8 batches of Management Development Programmes for IOCL Dealers during October 2015 - February 2016 under CEP, IIT Madras.
  • Coordinated (Along with Prof. T.J. Kamalanabhan) 2 batches of Executive Development Programme for HLL during October - November 2014 under CEP, IIT Madras.
  • Coordinated (Along with Dr. M.P. Ganesh) a Faculty Development Programme sponsored by AICTE (AICTE-STC) for Faculties from October 13-17, 2014.
  • Coordinated (Along with Prof. T.J. Kamalanabhan a training programme on “Managerial Effectiveness” for TAI-VHS, Chennai during September 16-18, 2013 under CEP, IIT Madras.
  • Coordinated (Along with Dr. V. Vijayalakshmi and Dr. M.P. Ganesh) Management Development Programme “NURTURING THE INNER YOU:  For Personal, Group, and Organizational Excellence” during November 25-26, 2011 and during November 02-03, 2012 under CEP, IIT Madras.
  • Coordinated (Along with Dr. V. Vijayalakshmi) AICTE sponsored Short Term Training Programme (STTP) for Faculty on “Research Methods in Management and Social Science” during February 03-07, 2013.

Industrial Consultancy & Sponsored Research

  • “How to drive corporate environmental responsibility?”: An exploratory study. (Exploratory Research Proposal, IIT Madras; Funding: INR 5,00,000). (Ongoing).
  • Empowering and Developing Women Entrepreneurs: Exploring the Avenues (CSR Funding from TNPL, Chennai ; Funding: INR 20,00,000, Co-PI: Dr. V. Vijayalakshmi) (Ongoing, 2016-2019).
  • Creating a Ripple Effect in the Youth’s Development : Through Holistic Education (CSR Funding from Banca Sella, Chennai ; Funding: INR 15,00,000, Co-PI: Dr. V. Vijayalakshmi) (Ongoing, 2017-2019)
  • Social Enterprise & Women's Empowerment (Multi-country - UK, USA, Brazil, Pakistan and India Research Project Funded by British Council) (2016-2017).
  • Employer branding for talent management: A study to understand the gap between the expectations of employees and the offerings of employers (Exploratory Research Proposal, IIT Madras; Funding: INR 3,5,00,00). (Completed, 2014-2015).
  • Career break and reentry among women in India: Exploring the barriers and opportunities (New Faculty Seed Grant, IIT Madras; Funding: INR 5,00,000). (Completed, 2011-2014).
  • Predictors of effective learning among undergraduate Engineering students: Role of learning styles and teacher effectiveness. (AICTE funded Curriculum Development Cell (CDC) Activity, IIT Madras; Funding: INR 5,00,00; Co-PI: Dr. M.P. Ganesh). (Completed, 2012-2013).

Research Student Guidance

Master of Science (by Research)

  • Jasmine Banu (Ongoing) Women Entrepreneurs
  • Pavithra, S. (2017). CROSSOVER OF WORK-FAMILY EXPERIENCES FROM SUPERVISORS TO SUBORDINATES. 
  • Abhishek Kalra (2015). ENTERPRISE SOCIAL NETWORKING SITE ADOPTION AND ITS USAGE POTENTIAL FOR KNOWLEDGE SHARING. 
  • Krishnapriya V. (2015). ROLE OF INDIVIDUAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES IN SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION AND PERFORMANCE. 
  • Bharathi R. (2014). CAREER EXIT AND RE-ENTRY OF WOMEN PROFESSIONALS.
  • Deepthi, U.  (2014). PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT AND JOB ATTITUDES: IMPACT OF GENERATIONS.
  • Aishwarya L.R. (2014). IDENTIFYING ESSENTIAL COMPETENCIES OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS IN INDIA AND EXAMINING GENERATIONAL AND GENDER DIFFERENCES.
  • Christy Angeline (2013). ROLE OF INDIVIDUAL, ORGANIZATIONAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS ON THE ADOPTION OF ERP AND ITS IMPACT ON THE END USERS.

Doctorate (Ph.D.)

  • Abraham Cyril Issac (Ongoing) Knowledge Hiding
  • Nibu John Thomas (Ongoing) Gamification in HR and Learning
  • Rahul Lexman (Ongoing) MOOCs: User adoption, engagement and retention
  • Ramya Muruganantham(Ongoing) Role of decision conflicts, biases, and moral imagination on corporate sustainability decision-making​
  • Deepa R. (2017). A study linking Employment Value Proposition (EVP) and Employer Branding (EB) to outcomes of Employee Attraction, Engagement and Retention.
  • Manimeglai. S. (2017). Examining the Link between Employees’ Perceived Corporate Social Responsibility and Their Work Outcome

 


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