PROFILE

Designation : JRD Tata Chair in Business Ethics

Qualification : Ph.D.

Email :  ozzie@xlri.ac.in

Functional Area : General Management

Experience Detail  

1. 1962-63 History of Philosophy and Cosmology, Lecturer - St. Joseph`s Seminary, Mangalore, India.

2. 1967-70 Philosophy and Sacred Theology,  Associate Professor - St. Joseph`s Seminary, Mangalore, India.

3. 1976-83 Marketing, and Public Systems Research Professor of Marketing; Director of Public Systems Research XLRI: Xavier Institute of Management, Jamshedpur, Bihar, India

4. 1983-2010 Marketing, Research and Business Ethics Charles H. Kellstadt - Professor of Marketing and Ethics; Director, Kellstadt Consumer Research Center College of Business and Administration, University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, Michigan??

5. 1987-98, 2000-02 Marketing Chairperson: Department of Marketing College of Business and Administration, University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, Michigan

6. May 2005 Advanced Marketing Strategies, Guest Professor - Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan.

7. Fall 2005-2010 Business Turnaround Management: Certification Program Program Coordinator -  College of Business and Administration, University of Detroit Mercy

8. Fall 2007-2010 Business Turnaround Management: Graduate Programs Programs Director - College of Business and Administration, University of Detroit Mercy

9. Summer 2009 Business Transformation Management Distinguished Visiting Scholar XLRI: Xavier Institute of Management, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India

10. July 2010- Faculty Research: Training & Development; Redesigning MBA Programs Chairman: MBA Programs St. Aloysius College (Autonomous), Aloysius Institute of Management and Information Technology, Beeri Campus, Mangalore  - 575022

11. Nov-Feb 2012 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Distinguished Visiting Professor - T A Pai Institute of Management (TAPMI), Manipal, Mangalore

12. April 2011-May 2014 Redesigning Learning Assurance Systems of Jesuit Higher Education in Karnataka Province Coordinator for Higher Education (PCHE) Karnataka Jesuit Province, HQ: Loyola Mandir, 21 Lavelle Rd, Bangalore, India

13. June-August 2013 Managerial Ethics and Research Methodologies Distinguished Visiting Scholar - XLRI: Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur 831001, Jharkhand, India

14. December 2013- Executive Ethics Research: Training & Development; J. R. D. Tata Chair Professor of Corporate Ethics XLRI: Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur 831001, Jharkhand, India

15. May 2014 Teaching and research and MPD Programs in basic ethics, and applied ethics research. Founder-Director: XLRI Ethics Research Center (XERC) XLRI: Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur 831001, Jharkhand, India

16. July 2014- Designing and executing Professional Management formation for newly appointed Jesuit Provincials and Treasurers of the world Member of the global Steering Committee: headquartered in Fordham University, New York, USA; Designer & Instructor of Creativity and Innovation Management Module XLRI: Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur 831001, Jharkhand, India

ACHIEVEMENTS AND RESEARCH INTEREST/AREA OF RESEARCH INTERESTS

Academic Distinction (Awards and Scholarships)

1.Best Management Book Award by Indian Society for Training & Development, 1998.

2.Best Paper Award by Indian Society for Training & Development, 1991.

3.Pandit Debi Sahai Gold Medal for standing First in B.A. Examination of 1974 of Lucknow University

4.Dr Radha Kumud Mookerjee Gold Medal for obtaining highest percentage of marks in BA Part-II Examination of Lucknow University.

5.UGC Merit Scholarship in M.A.

6.National Merit Scholarship in Intermediate

7.UP Board Merit Scholarship in High School

Area of RESEARCH INTERESTS

  1. Social Entrepreneurship: Designed an elective course on this subject; created and moderate an online community of practitioners, academics and students in the SE field; Member of Advisory Council of University Network for Social Entrepreneurship.
  2. Organisational Design, Development & Change: Designed and offer a course on this subject; have offered training workshops to organizations; provided consultancy to organizations on organization design and change; published a book on the subject (see below)
  3. Learning Organisation & Knowledge Management: Designed and offer an elective on this subject; have offered training workshops to organizations; published a book on the subject (see below)
  4. Innovation & Creativity: Designed and offer an elective course on this subject; have offered training workshops to organizations
  5. Cross Cultural Management: Designed and offer an elective course on this subject; have offered training workshops to organizations; developed a critical-incident-based training module available at http://www.culturaldetctive.com

COURSES TAUGHT

  1. Cross Cultural Management
  2. Global Environment
  3. Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
  4. Management of Creativity
  5. Social Entrepreneurship 

CONSULTANCY UNDERTAKEN

1.Developing Institutional Arrangements for MARG (Multiple Action Research Group a lawyers consortium involved in disseminating legal literacy to marginalized), 2006 (ongoing)

2.Leadership Development Project for PU Leaders of Mahindra & Mahindra (FES), 2000-2001.

3.Development of SAS Leadership Model for SAS Technologies (now Sasken Technologies), 1999-2000.

4.OD Consultancy for Sri Ram Honda Ltd., 1995-96.

5.Management Advisor to MTM Team with Timken India Ltd., 1994-present.

6.OD Consultancy for National Dairy Development Board, 1992-93.

7.OD Consultancy for ECC-L&T (Calcutta & Madras Region), 1988-89

8.Consultancy project on Decision Making Process in Western Coalfields Ltd., 1987-88.

9.Consultancy project on Organisational Arrangements for Coal India Ltd., 1986-87.

10.Consultancy project on The Scope of Implementation of Participative Management Scheme for ONGC, Western Region, 1984.

INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS (PUBLICATIONS)

Journal Articles-Refereed

1.Shukla, M., Democratizing Information in India: Role of Community Radios as a Developmental Intervention, Vision: The Journal of Business Perspective, December 2014, vol. 18, no. 4,  349-352

2.Shukla, M., Potentials and Possibilities. In S. Datta, Orlanda Ruthven and V Sharma (Eds.) State of Indias Livelihood Report 2011. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2012.

3.Shukla, M., (with Smitu Malhotra), SEWA: Creating Women Entrepreneurs. In Vinnie Jauhari & Charla Griffy Brown (Eds), Women Technology & Entrepreneurship. New Delhi, Ess Ess Publications, 2008.


4.Shukla, M., Crafting the Future of Work in India: Towards a Socially Relevant HR. In Pritam Singh, Jyotsana Bhatnagar, and Asha Bhandarkar (Eds) Future of Work: Mastering Change. New Delhi, Excel Books, 2006.

5.Shukla, M, Revisiting Knowledge: where is the knower in Knowledge management. In Udai Pareek, Aahad M Osman-Ghani, S Ramnarayan and TV Rao (Eds.) Human Resource Development in Asia: Trends and Challenges. New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co, 2002.

6.Shukla, M, Strategising research for technological innovation, Productivity, 1998, 39(2), 204-210. 

7.Shukla, M, Corporate strategy as a competitive advantage, Indian Management, 1995(January),11-28. 
 
8.Shukla, M, The learning edge: Building capabilities for competitive advantages. In K B Akhilesh, L Prasad and P Singh (Eds.) Evolving Performing Organisations through People. New Delhi: New Age International Publishers, 1995. 

9.Shukla, M, Building corporate culture for transformation, Productivity, 1994, 35(3), 419-428. 

10.Shukla, M, Corporate failures: Why organisations fail to learn, Productivity, 1994, 34(4), 629-639. 

11.Shukla, M, Developing managerial creativity, Indian Journal of Training and Development, 1990 (May-Aug) 

12.Shukla, M, Managerial stress experiences: A survey, Productivity, 1990, 30(4), 402-408. 

13.Shukla, M, The Innovator and the Mandarin, ASCI Journal of Management, 1989, 19(1), 16-27. 

14.Shukla, M, Blocks to creativity, Excellence in Supervision, 1989 (Nov-Dec) 

15.Shukla, M, What is creativity, Excellence in Supervision, 1989 (Sept-Oct) 

16.Shukla, M, Productivity Agreements: Impact on Industrial Relations Scenario, ASCI Journal of Management, 1988, 18(1), 24-45. 

17.Shukla, M, The creative individual: A study of organisational stereotypes, ASCI Journal of Management, 1987, 16(2), 161-179. 

18.Shukla, M, Effective trainer: Some personality correlates, Productivity, 1986, 26(4), 343-348. (with Geeta Saxena) 

19.Shukla, M, Tapping creativity in small groups, Management Review, 1986, 1, 41-45. 

20.Shukla, M, Managing creative talents, Indian Management, 1985 (Feb), 1-7. 

21.Shukla, M, Grievance management:Concept and approach, Indian Management, 1982, 21(6), 16-18. 

22.Shukla, M, Work alienation: Its attitudinal consequences on industrial workers, Indian Psychological Review, 1976, 13(2), 18-23. (with Purnima Agarwal)

Scholarly Books

  1. Shukla, M, Developing Leadership in Global Era: HRD Perspectives and Initiatives (co-edited with Uma Jain & Udai Pareek). New Delhi: McMillan India, 2005.
  2. Shukla, M, Competing through Knowledge: Building a Learning Organisation. New Delhi, Response Books, Sage Publication, 1997
  3. Shukla, M, Understanding Organisations. New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of India, 1996
  4. Shukla, M, Productivity Agreements. New Delhi: National Productivity Council, 1984.

Paper Presentations-Refereed

1.Shukla, M, Landscape of Social Entrepreneurship in India. Paper presented in 3rd Research Colloquium on Social Entrepreneurship, June 27-29, 2010, Skoll Center for Social Entrepreneurship, Said Business School, University of Oxford.

2. Shukla, M, Revisiting Knowledge: Wheres the Knower in Knowledge Management? Paper presented in 1st Asian HRD Conference, October 28-29, 2002, IIM Bangalore.

3.Shukla, M, Internal Trainer: Some Role Dilemmas. Paper presented in the Annual Conference of Indian Society for Training & Development, Dec 1988, Hyderabad.

4.Shukla, M, Social Scientist as the Change Agent: The Ethical Issues. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Indian Society of Applied Behavioural Science, June 1988, Jaipur.

5.Shukla, M, Productivity Agreements: The Indian Experience. Theme Paper presented at the Workshop on Productivity Agreements, organized by National Productivity Council, May 4-5 1983, Mumbai.

6.Shukla, M, Work Alienation among Industrial Workers. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, Dec 27-29, 1976, IIT Kharagpur.

Key note presentation

1.Alliances for Service-Learning: Extending the Links to Social Enterprises. 7th Annual Service-Learning Seminar, organized by Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan, March 18, 2011.

2.Development and Governance. Development Summit, organized by Central University of Bihar, March 11-12, 2011.

3.Past, Present and Future of Social Entrepreneurship in India. 1st Social Entrepreneurship Convention: iPreneur, organized by Tata Institute of Social Sciences, February 11-12, 2011.

4.HR as a Profit Center. 34th ISTD National Convention, organized by ISTD, January 29-31, 2004

5.Role of HRD in Knowledge Management. CII HR Convention, November 27-28, 2003, Kolkata.

6.Transformational Leadership: From Personal Trait to Organisational Process. Eastern India Leadership Summit, organized by NHRD and ISTD, January 17-18, 2003, Kolkata.

7.Role of Human Resource Development in Knowledge Management. 1st Asian HRD Conference, IIM Bangalore, October 28-29, 2002

8.Two Faces of Knowledge Management. QAI Colloquium Series on Knowledge Management, July 14-15 2001, Bangalore.

9.Competitive Economy, Competent People: What do they mean for the HR Professionals. Annual Conference of NIPM (Southern Regional Chapter) on Competitive Economy, Competent People, November 24-25, 2000, Mysore.

10.Learning Orgnisations: Need, Models and Options. National Convention on Meeting HRD Challenges of 21st Century, organized by National HRD Network, August 21-23, 1999, Jaipur.

Published articles in newspapers/magazines

1.Shukla, M, Making of Social Entrepreneurs, Small Change, 2007 (January), 32-35.

2.Shukla, M, Future of Work & Employment in India, Small Change, 2006 (October).

3.Shukla, M., Megafunds and Development, Small Change, 2006 (August),

4.Shukla, M, Revisiting Bottom of the Pyramid, 2006 (June-July), Small Change, 35.

5.Shukla, M, Making of HR the Wannbe, Human Capital, 2003 (June), 22-24

6.Shukla, M, Cross-Cultural Differences in Business Environment, Human Capital, 2002 (November)

7.Shukla,M,Knowledge Workers:Implications for HR Practices, Business Standard, 2000(March 28), 5.

8.Shukla, M, (Un)learning about Job and Work, Business Today, 2000 (Jan 7-21), 141.

9.Shukla, M, Empowering intrapreneurship, Business Today, 1997 (Oct 7-21), 141.

10.Shukla, M, Miracle cure, Praxis Business Line, 1997 (March), 6-11.

11.Shukla, M, Learning to learn, Praxis Business Line, 1996 (December), 18-25.

12.Shukla, M, Four-fold flattening, Business Today, 1996 (Sept 7-21), 206.

13.Shukla, M, Harnessing personal creativity, Business India, 1987 (Feb 9-21), 89-91.

14.Shukla, M, Demythifying corporate innovativeness, Business India, 1986, June 30

15.Shukla, M, Interpreting corporate reality, Business India, 1986, Dec 30-Jan 12, 89-90.

16.Shukla, M, Productivity Bargaining, The Hindustan Times, 1985 (January 26).

17.Shukla, M. Womanpower: The Underutilised Resource, The Hindustan Times, 1984 (Dec. 20).

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Co-ordinating/Organizing Workshop/Conferences /MDPs

1.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the National Conference on Social Entrepreneurship, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 held at XLRI Jamshedpur.

2.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the 5th National HR Conference: Bridging the Gap, January 28-29, 2006.

3.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the 4th National HR Conference: HR Confluence, December 20-21, 2003

4.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the 3rd National HR Conference on Emerging Trends in HR: Practices & Options, December 22-23, 2001

5.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the 2nd National HR Conference on Transformations in HR: The Benchmaks, December 18-19, 1999

6.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the 1st National HR Conference on Best Practices in HR,December 13-14, 1997

7. MDP Coordinator, XLRI Jamshedpur, 1991-93.8.External Linkages Coordinator, XLRI Jamshedpur, 1997-98, 2005-9.Alumni Coordinator, XLRI Jamshedpur, 1999-2000, 2005-09

Membership of Professional Bodies

1.Member, Livelihood India Advisory Group, Access Development Services. 2010

2.Member of Academic Board, School of Management and Labour Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.

3.President, National HRD Network (Eastern Region), 2008 - 2010

4.Member of Advisory Council of University Network for Social Entrepreneurship.

5.Past-Member of Academic Board, Narsi Munji Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai.

6.Member of Expert Panel of the Public Enterprise Selection Board for the Study of Competencies of CEOs, 2002.

7.Lead Assessor for Indian NGO Awards, 2007, 2008 & 2009.

8.Former Member of Academic Council of Academy of HRD, India.

9.Professional Member of Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science (ISABS), India.

PROFILE

Designation : Professor & Dean [Academics]

Qualification : M.Tech. (IIT Madras), Ph.D. (IIT Kharagpur)

Email : akpani@xlri.ac.in

Functional Area : Information Systems and Production, Operations & Decision Sciences

Brief Profile  

  1. Dean (Academics) - XLRI, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India [Since August 2016]
  2. Associate Dean VIL Programs - XLRI, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India [2013-2016]

ACHIEVEMENTS AND RESEARCH INTEREST/AREA OF RESEARCH INTERESTS

Academic Distinction (Awards and Scholarships)

  1. J.L. Batra best research paper award in AIMS 2010
  2. Best paper award in International Academy of E-Business, Annual Conference at Hyatt Regency Waikiki, Hawaii, April 9 to12, 2009
  3. EURECA project award for three months at Sofia, Bulgaria March-June 2009 funded by European Commission.
  4. IBM faculty award 2008

Adminstrative Distinction

  1. Dean (Academics) - XLRI, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India [Since 2016]
  2. Associate Dean VIL Programs - XLRI, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India [2013-2016]
  3. Chairperson of the "Center for e-Business" - XLRI, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India

Other Achievements

RESERCH STUDENTS WORKED (leading to Ph.D)

  1. Dr. Amit Agrahari (presently teaching at IIML)
  2. Dr. Biswajit Das (presently teaching at KIIT B-School, Bhubaneswar)
  3. Dr. Vijaya Bandopadhya (presently teaching at CIMP Patna, Bihar)
  4. Dr. Milind Patil (presetly at Patni computers Mumbai)
  5. Dr. Arpan Kar (presently teaching at IIT Delhi)
  6. Dr Nihar K Patra (Presently working at Nalanda Central University, Boudh Gaya,Bihar)
  7. Dr Monika Mital, (presently teaching at Grate Lake Institute, Channai)

Area of RESEARCH INTERESTS

  1. Webbing through Cable TV: The technical and legal issues.
  2. Intelligent Agent based e-commerce: The technical and social protocols.
  3. Individual and Organizational Enablers of Knowledge Management.
  4. Understanding the successful adoption and use of ICT in SMEs: Its Importance and Influence.

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS ATTENDED

  1. Department of IT, Ministry of Communication and IT,BS 7799 Lead auditors Course 2005
  2. Department of IT, Ministry of Communication and IT, Certified ISMS Professional 2004

COURSES TAUGHT

INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS (PUBLICATIONS)

International Journal Papers:

  1. Pani, A., Mital, M,  Victor Chang, Praveen Choudhary, Zhili Sun, International Journal of Information Management, March 2016.
  2. Mital, M. & Pani, A.K., Cloud Computing and IT Infrastructure Outsourcing: A Comparative Study;  International Journal of Organizational and Collective Intelligence, 5(4), 20-34, 2015
  3. Mital, M. & Pani, A.K., Cloud based management and control system for smart communities: A practical case study. Computers in Industry 74 (2015) 162-172, 2015.
  4. Pani, A.K., Srimannarayana, M., & Premrajan, R.K., e-Learning: Challenges and Solutions - A Case Study International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research. Vol 13, No 4 (2015)  Special Issue, 2015
  5. Patro, N. & Pani, A.K, Information Resource Management (IRM) of IIMs Libraries Portals: A proposed model for - Meta-Portal. International journal of Trendsin Library And InformationScience, Vol.3 (5),pp 279-300, ISSN:0976-9734, 2015
  6. Mital, M., Pani, A., & Ramesh, R., Determinants of choice of semantic web based Software as a Service: An integrative framework in the context of e-procurement and ERP. Computers in Industry, 65(5), 821-827, 2014. ( Thomson Reuters SCI  impact factor: 2.067, Elsevier Journal; ABDC: A category)
  7. Mital, M., Pani, A., & Damodaran, S., Implementing Software as a Service based E-governance Solution: A Network Governance Perspective, International journal of organizational computing and intelligence., Vol 4 (4), 2014.
  8. Kar, A.K. & Pani, A.K., How can a group of procurement experts select suppliers? An approach for group decision support, forthcoming in Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Vol. 27(4), pp. 337 - 357. Emerald, 2014
  9. Kar, A.K. & Pani, A.K., Exploring the importance of different supplier selection criteria,  Management  Research Review, Vol. 37 (1), 89 - 105. Emerald, 2014.
  10. Kar, A.K. & Pani, A.K., Non-contractible value creation in buyer-supplier networks - A case study, International Journal of Procurement Management, Vol. 7(5), pp. 493-507, Inderscience, 2014.
  11. Patro, N. and Pani A. K., Attitude of faculty and research scholars toward usage of UGC-Infonet e-Journal at Sambalpur University, India: A study, International Journal of Library Science and Research (IJLSR), Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp. 1-17,  2012
  12. Kar, A.K. & Pani, A.K., A model for pricing emergent technology based on perceived business impact value. International Journal of Technology Marketing, Vol. 6(3), 241-258. Inderscience, 2011.
  13. Kar, A.K., Pani, A.K., Mangaraj, B.K. & De, S.K., A soft classification model for vendor selection. International Journal of Information & Education Technology, Vol. 1(4), 268 - 272, 2011 
  14. Kar, A.K., Pani, A.K. & De, S.K. (2010). A study on using business intelligence for improving marketing efforts. Business Intelligence Journal, Vol. 3(2), 141 - 150, 2010.
  15. Monika Mittal and Ashish K Pani An empirical investigation into the perceived usefulness if socio technical exchange in India. : Social identity, Social exchange and social vicinity. Journal of Internet commerce Vol. 9 ; Issue 3-4; Nov 2010
  16. Pani, A.K. and Agrahari, A., Managing e-Procurement solutions portfolio: Case study of an Indian steel manufacturer. Journal of Internet Commerce 4(2), pp. 81-94, 2005
  17. Pani, A.K. and Agrahari, A., e-Market in emerging economy: A case study from Indian steel industry. Journal of e-Commerce in Organization 2(4), pp. 116-126, 2004
  18. Ashis K. Pani and G.P.Bhattacharjee, Representing action and time in an RMS based framework, published  in the International Journal of Smart Engineering System Design, Gordon and Breach Publication, Vol.4, pp. 1-9,2002
  19. Asis K. Pani and G.P.Bhattacharjee, Temporal representation and reasoing in Artificial Intelligence: A Survey,ublished in the International Journal of Mathematical and Computer Modeling, Pergamon Publication, Vol. 34, pp. 55-80, 2001.
  20. Ashis K. Pani and G.P.Bhattacharjee, Uncertainty in Temporal Representation and Reasoning, International Journal of Computer Maths(IJCM), Vol. 72, pp.12-25, 1999.
  21. Ashis K. Pani, R.N.Mohapatra and G.P.Bhattacharjee, Event Scheduling Using Allens Algebra, International Journal of Computer Maths(IJCM), Vol. 70, pp. 87-97, 1998.

National Journal Papers:

  1. Pani, A. K, Monika Mital, Praveen K Choudhary, Rajeev Sharma, Cloud Computing and IT Infrastructure Outsourcing: A Comparative Study; International Journal of Organizational and Collective Intelligence , 5(4),  pp.20-34, 2015
  2. Pani A.K.  & Kar. Using Fuzzy  Neural netwroks  and Analytic Hierarchy process for supplier  classification in e- procurement . Proceedings  of the Indian Academy of Management, 2010.
  3. Ashis K Pani, Vijaya Bandyopadhyaya, & B B Mishra :  "Expectations from Indian Management Institutions :  An Empirical Study"  IMS Research Journal,  1(1), 24-34, Apr 2008.
  4. Pani, A.K., Bandyopadhyaya, V., and Mishra B. B., Assessing service quality in Indian management institution: An alternative view. Parikalpana KIIT Journal of Management, 4 (1 & 2), 15-34, 2007.  
  5. Pani, A.K. and Bandyopadhyaya, V.,  Students` Perception of Quality of Management Institutions: Findings from a Preliminary Survey has been published in CJMR (CMRD Journal of Management Research, Vol. V, Issue 2, pp 3 -15, 2006
  6. Pani, A.K. and Bandyopadhyaya, V., Staying competitive in the globalized environment: Issues for Indian management institutions, Productivity, 46 (1), pp. 21-28, 2005
  7. Pani, A.K. and Bandyopadhyaya, V., Corporate Governance of Management Institutions: the total quality way. Productivity, 45(4), pp.580 - 589, 2005
  8. Pani, A.K. and Agrahari, A.,Group dynamics in anonymous virtual groups. Management and Labor Studies 28(1), pp. 54-60, 2003
  9. Pani A.K., e-Business: The Emerging Paradigm, published in SANKALPA, Vol. X (1), pp. 46-60, 2002

Published Research Monographs

Scholarly Books

  1. Nihar K. Patra, Bharat Kumar  and Ashis K. Pani., Progressive Trends in Electronic Resource Management in Libraries, Published by Idea Group Publishing, Hershey, USA., November 2013.
  2. Pani A.K & Agrahari A., e-Procurement in emerging economies: Theory and cases. Published by Idea Group Publishing, Hershey, USA., January 2007
  3. Pani, A.K. & Das, B., Real Estate Marketing, published by Excel Books, 2004.

Chapters in Scholarly books

  1. Pani, A. & Rakesh T. Tackling Fraud: A Collaborative Model for Insurance Companies ,E-Systems for the 21st Century: Concept, Developments, and Applications, (Set of 2 volumes),2015
  2. Pani, A. & Rakesh T., Technology Acceptance of E-Services in India: A Perceived Risk Perspective,E-Systems for the 21st Century: Concept, Developments, and Applications, (Set of 2 volumes),2015
  3. Mital, M., Pani, A., & Damodaran, S.( 2015) Designing and Implementing a Cloud Based E-Governance Solution: A Case study. Chapter accepted for publication  in the book by Springer.
  4. Nihar K Patra and Ashis K Pani (2008), E-learning at Management Institute in India: A Web Study, "Recent Trends in Technical Education" of Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) and Macmillan publishing,, New Delhi, p 402 - 413, 2008
  5. Pani A.K. & Bandyopadhyaya, V., (2009) "e-learning@Business Schools of India" edited book published by Indian Society for Technical Education in collaboration with Macmillan.2009
  6. Pani A.K & Agrahari A., On e-Markets in emerging economy: An Indian experience. In Khosrow-Pour, M. (Ed.) Advanced Topics in Electronic Commerce, Idea Group Publishing, Hershey, 2005.
  7. Pani A.K. & Bandyopadhyaya, V., Mapping the future of Management Education in India. In Pattanayak B. et al (Ed.) (2005), Future organization: Strategizing business, New Delhi: Excel Books, 2005.
  8. 8. Pani A.K & Agrahari A., e-Procurement for government: A roadmap to success. In Gupta, M.P. (Ed.) Towards e-Government: Management Challenges, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2003.
  9. 9. Pani A.K & Agrahari A., MetalJunction.com: Leveraging Internet to change Indian steel industry. In Pal, P. & Mangaraj, S. (Eds.) A Handbook of Management Cases: An Indian Perspective, Alok Publications, Bhubaneswar, 2003.
  10. 10. Ashis K Pani "Reusable Knowledge Objects: A Source of Competitive Advantage", in  "Electronic Libraries" Ed.by S S Sirurmath and Others, Allied Publishers,  Pp.24-40, 2002

Conference Proceedings-Refereed

  1. Bandyopadhyaya, V. & Pani, A.K. (2006). Global competitiveness of Indian Management Institutions: the total quality way. Paper presented at the National Conference on Global Competitiveness 2006 on 13 January 2006 at IBS Kolkata. (To be published in IBS Kolkata Strategy Summit 2006 proceedings) (Published on 2006, National)
  2. Pani, A.K. and Agrahari, A., Evaluating the impact of e-Markets on inter-organizational relationship quality: Empirical evidences from Indian steel industry. In the Proceedings of International Academy of e-Business Annual Conference, San Francisco, 2005 (Published on 2005, National) 
  3. Pani, A.K. and Agrahari, A., On e-Market typology: Empirical evidences from Indian steel industry. In the Proceedings of ISOneWorld Conference, Las Vegas, 2005 (Published on 2005, National) 
  4. Pani, A.K. and Agrahari, A., Information sharing through web: Research issues in e-Procurement. In the Proceedings of ISOneWorld Conference, Las Vegas, 2005 (Published on 2005, National) 
  5. Pani, A.K., Agrahari, A., De, S.K., Supplier evaluation and selection using fuzzy bag clustering. In the Proceedings of International Academy of e-Business Annual Conference, San Francisco, 2005 (Published on 2005, National)

Paper Presentations-Refereed

International Conference Papers:

  1. Pani, A, Srimannarayana, M., & Premrajan, R.K., Presented a paper on "e-Learning: Challenges and Solutions " A Case Study at the 7th International Conference on Teaching, Education and Learning [ICTEL] at La Meridien Resort, Mauritius during October 10-12, 2015.
  2. Mital M., Pani A.K.,  Identifying and Evaluating the Demand Side Factors Influencing the Choice of Software-as-a-Service: An Integrative Framework. Presented at the Proceedings of the EigthMidwest Association for Information Systems Conference, Normal, Illinois, May 24-25, 2013
  3. Pani A.K. & Kar, A., A Study to compare Relative Importance of Criteria for Supplier Evaluation in e-Procurement has been selected for the 44th conference of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), to be held in Kauai, Hawaii, USA, 4th Jan - 7th Jan, 2011. 
  4. Pani A.K. & Kar, A., Classification  with analytic Hierarchy  process and fuzzy linear  programming . Proceedings  of the IEEE International conference on knowledge discovery  , Chengudu, china, 2011
  5. Pani A.K. & Kar, A.,  Non contractible value  co creation  in buyer supplier netwroks. Porceedings of  the international conference  on technology  and Management , Hyderabad , India June 2011
  6. Pani A.K and De S.K., Digital strategies in Managing knowledge and collaboration in Health Care International Academy of E-Business, IAEB 9th (2009) Annual Conference at Hyatt Regency Waikiki, Hawaii, April 9 to12, 2009.
  7. Pani A.K., Pani M.R., De S.K., and Sahu G., Incorporating Negotiations into e-Auction, International Academy of E-Business, IAEB 9th (2009) Annual Conference at Hyatt Regency Waikiki, Hawaii, April 9 to12, 2009.
  8.  Patra, Nihar K; Mishra, Premraj and Pani, Ashis K. (2008), Open URL: Context Sensitive Linking Technologies for Online Resources published in the International Conference on Knowledge for All: Role of Libraries and Information Centers during 12th-15th November 2008 jointly organized by Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) and Indian Library Association (ILA) held at the TISS, Mumbai
  9. Pani A.K and Venugopal P., Implementing e-CRM using Intelligent Agents on the Internet, presented in the ICSSM- 08, Melbourne conference. 2008
  10. Patra, Nihar K; Pani, Ashis K and Thaty, Rajendra K. (2006), Web-based Information Management: HTML, XML, PDF and IMAGE FORMAT An Analysis in Comparison published in 4th International Convention CALIBER 2006 on Dynamic Interoperable Web Based Information Systems during 2nd-4th February 2006 jointly organized by INFLIBNET Centre and Gulbarga University at Gulbarga University, Gulbarga, Karnataka, India.
  11. Pani A.K. & Bandyopadhyaya, V.  Management education in India: the best of times or the worst of times? Paper presented at the Third AIMS International Conference on Management (Theme: Management Education at a Crossroad: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities) on 1-4 January 2006 at IIM Ahmedabad.
  12. Pani A.K. & Bandyopadhyaya, V. Staying competitive in the globalized environment: Issues for Indian management institutions. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Globalization & Competititveness on 11-13 January 2005 organized by VGSOM & Dept of HSS, IIT Kharagpur Jointly with AIB-India.
  13. Pani, A.K. and Agrahari, A., Information sharing through web: Research issues in e-Procurement. In the Proceedings of ISOneWorld Conference, Las Vegas, 2005.
  14. Pani, A.K. and Agrahari, A., On e-Market typology: Empirical evidences from Indian steel industry. In the Proceedings of ISOneWorld Conference, Las Vegas, 2005.
  15. Pani, A.K. and Agrahari, A., Evaluating the impact of e-Markets on inter-organizational relationship quality: Epiricl evidences from Indian steel industry. In the Proceedings of Iternational Academy of   &nsp;e-Business Annual Conference, San Francisco, 2005.
  16. Pani, A.K., Agrahari, A., De, S.K., Supplier evaluation and selection using fuzzy bag clustering. In the Proceedings of International Academy of e-Business Annual Conference, San Francisco, 2005.
  17. Pani, A.K., and De, P.K., Innovation in Information Technology: A critical review of Indian scenario, accepted for presentation in 10th International conference on Management of Technology (an official conference of International Association for Management of Technology(IAMOT), USA), March 19-22, 2001, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  18. Ashis K Pani, Integrating qualitative and quantitative temporal information using fuzzy logic, accepted for presentation in 3rd International conference on computational intelligence and multimedia applications to be held at New Delhi, 23-26 September 1999.

National Conference Papers:

  1. Mital, M. & Pani A.K., Exploring the Existence of Network Governance in the Software as a Service Supply Chain: A Case of Ghaziabad Development Authority, India. Presented at 3rd biennial conference of the Indian Academy of Management (IAM), 2013, at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad, December 12-14, 2013.
  2. Pani AK; & Kar  AK 2011 - Non contractible value  co creation  in buyer supplier netwroks. Porceedings of  the international conference  on technology  and Management , Hyderabad , India June 2011
  3. Patra, Nihar K and Pani, Ashis K. (2007), Digital Libraries and its Initiative in India published in the XXVI All India IASLIC Conference 2007 On Digital Media and Library & Information Services during 26th 29th December, 2007, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
  4. Web-based Institutional Repository Management in India using Dspace: A Web-study co-authored Nihar K Patra, Ashis K Pani, Rajendra K Thaty and Bijaylaxmi Bhattamishra, published in the 9th National Convention NACLIN 2006 on Knowledge, Library and Information Network during 27th 30th September 2006 jointly organized by DELNET (Development Library Network) and Dept. of Library Science & Dhanvantri Library at University of Jammu, Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir. 
  5. Bandyopadhyaya, V. & Pani, A.K. (2006). Global competitiveness of Indian Management Institutions: the total quality way. Paper presented at the National Conference on Global Competitiveness 2006 on 13 January 2006 at IBS Kolkata. (To be published in IBS Kolkata Strategy Summit 2006 proceedings)
  6. Sirurmath S.Sangayya And Pani  A.K  The Role Of XML In  Information Portals In Road Map To New Generation of Libraries Using Emerging Technologies Ed By T.A.V Murthy and Others, Ahmedabad, INFLIBNET, 2004. Pp 496-502.
  7. Sirurmath S.Sangayya And Pani A.K E-Commerce Strategies for Library And Information Services In Digital Information Exchange: Pathways to Build Global Information Society Ed By Harish Chandra  and Others, Chennai, OS-SIS IIT Madras,2004, Pp536 542.
  8. Agrahari, A., Pani, A.K., 2003. e-Procurement: Can it be a strategic weapon for suppliers. In the Proceedings of Sixth Annual Convention of Strategic Management Forum of India, Jamshedpur.
  9. Bandyopadhyaya, V. (2001). Total Quality Management in Education. Paper presented at the 31st Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) Convention held at KIIT, Bhubaneswar on 27-29 December, 2001.
  10. Ashis K. Pani, e-Payment Systems, Enabling technology for e-Commerce, Proc. WEB-2000, Computer Application Division CSIR, pp. 24-30, 14th-15th September 2000.
  11. Ashis K Pani, M. Prakash and Prabhash Kumar Thakur, Internet and Indian Banking Industry: A Roadmap, presented at International Conference on Information Technology (CIT99), Bhubanswar, December 1999. 
  12. Ashis K. Pani, B. Puthal, R. N. Mohapatra and G. P. Bhattachajee, The Event Calculus: A computtional formalism for reasoning about change, Proc. CONMICRO-96, Bhubaneswar, pp.82-86, Jan 1996. 
  13. Ashis K. Pani, B. D. Sahoo, R. N. Mohapatra and G.P.Bhattacharjee, Relationship between Situation Calculus and Event Calculus, Proc. CONMICRO-96, Bhubaneswar, pp.150-164, Jan 1996. 
  14. Ashis K. Pani, S. Udgata, R.N.Mohapatra and G.P.Bhattacharjee, A More General Event Calculus, Proc. CONMICRO-96, Bhubaneswar, pp.135-149, Jan 1996. 
  15. Ashis K. Pani and G.Ravi Prakash, Plan Generation Using Allen`s Algebra: Implementation Issues, Proc. 4th ICC, Hydrabad, pp.51-58, Dec 1993.
  16. Ashis K. Pani, G.Ravi Prakash and K. Induprakash, Temporal Multiagent Planning, Proc. 4th ICC, Hydrabad, pp.59-63, Dec 1993.
  17. Digital Library and its initiatives in India, co-authored Nihar K Patra & Ashis K Pani, accepted for publication in Festschrift volume of Prof. R K Rout, Sambalpur University, Orissa

Text Books

Research Report

Working paper

Key note presentation

Published articles in newspapers/magazines

Cases developed for Teaching purpose

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Achievements in Professional activities

Chairperson/Co-Chairperson in conferences

Co-ordinating/Organizing Workshop/Conferences /MDPs

Guide/evaluator/ examiner at doctoral research level

Invited to deliver Keynote addresses/ speeches

Membership of Professional Bodies

Participation in Workshops/Conferences/Forums/ Meetings etc

  1. UNO,  ICTP,  Microprocessor Laboratory, Trieste, Italy
  2. e-Business program for International University of Japan, Negata, Japan
  3. Conferences in US, Australia and Singapore

 

Professional Services such as Member/Editor of Editorial Board/ Advisory Committee etc

Reviewer/Referee in Journals/ Conferences etc

Visiting Faculty

Research Project Undertaken

  1. Virtual Interactive Learning: The future of learning in Developing Countries
  2. Webbing through Cable TV: The technical and legal issues.
  3. Intelligent Agent based e-Commerce: The technical and social protocols.
  4. Understanding the successful adoption and use of ICT in SMEs: Its Importance and Influence.

PROFILE

Designation : Professor

Qualification : M.A. (Psycho) Calicut, Ph.D. (IIT Bombay)

Email : prem@xlri.ac.in

Functional Area : Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management

Experience Detail  

1. Working as Professor in the Organizational Behavior and Human Resources areas at Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI) Jamshedpur, India. Joined XLRI in October 1994.

2. While at XLRI, was appointed as the L&T Scholar of HR during 2002-2005. The scope of the position was to undertake both basic and applied research in the filed of Competency Based Human Resource Management.

3. In 1994 worked as Sr. Executive with the Corporate HRD department of Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T), Bombay.

4. From 1992 to 1994 worked as Executive Assistant to Chairman, National Dairy Development Board (NDDB).

5. From 1990 to 1992 worked as HRD Executive in the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), Anand.

6. From 1989 to 1990 worked as lecturer at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Bombay.

ACHIEVEMENTS AND RESEARCH INTEREST/AREA OF RESEARCH INTERESTS

Adminstrative Distinction

  1. Member, Governing Board of XLRI Jamshedpur since November 2010
  2. Member, Advisory Board of SHRM India since 2014
  3. Member, Board of Studies at GITAM Institute of Management

COURSES TAUGHT

Elective Course:

1. Managerial Competencies and Career Development

2. Occupational Testing

3. Measuring HR

Core Course:

1. Organizational Structure Design and Change

2. Individual Behavior in Organization

CONSULTANCY UNDERTAKEN

1. Measuring HR

2. Art and Science of Behavioral Interviewing

3. Assessment Centre Approach to Competency Mapping

4. Psychometric Testing for HR Professionals

5. Competency Based Selection Systems

6. Strategic Human Resource Management

7. Competency Based Career Development

INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS (PUBLICATIONS)

Journal Articles-Refereed

1. Pani, AK., Srimannarayana, M., & Premarajan RK (2015) E-Learning: Challenges And Solutions - A Case Study., Universal Journal of Educational Research, Vol 4 No5

2.Javad, S., & Premarajan, RK (2011) Effects of Distributive and Procedural Justice Perceptions on Managerial Pay and Job Satisfaction, The IUP Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. X (3) 7-25

3. Premarajan, R.K., Thornton, G.C. III, & Padhi, P.K. (2008). Legal environment for selection in India. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 1, 258-259

4. Mullah, Z.R., & Premarajan, R.K (2008) Strategic Human Resource Management in Indian IT Companies: Development and alidation of a scale. Vision- The Journal of Business Perspective, 12 (2), 35-46.

5. Zubin R Mullah, Z.R., Premarajan, R.K.,& Madhukar Shukla (2008) Assessment of Emotional Intelligence: The Role of Self-Other Agreement. Great Lakes Herald, Vol 2 (2)

6. Premarajan, R.K. Man matters more than machine. Article on human factors in air crashes appeared in 10-4-90 issue of The Independent.

7. Premarajan R.K. (1991) Is a non-traditional person at greater risk of heart disease? Psychology and Human Behavior, Vol. II (1) pp 37-41.

Scholarly Books

1.Premarajan, R.K. (2011) Certifying Competencies of HR Managers with the Assessment Centre Method: Quality Assurance that HR Contributes to Corporate Objectives. In Povah, N., & Thornton, G.C. III. Assessment and Development Centres: Strategies for Global Talent Management. Gower Publishing, UK

Paper Presentations-Refereed

1. Pani, AK., Srimannarayana, M., & Premarajan RK (2015) E-Learning: Challenges And Solutions - A Case Study, presented at the 7th International Conference on Teaching , Education and Learning, 10-11, October 2015, Mauritius

2. Lanik, M., Kraiger, K., & Premarajan, R. K. (2010). Citizenship performance: Development of a culturally universal measure. Poster session at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Atlanta, GA. 

3. Premarajan, R. K. & Jawad, S (2009). Effects of distributive and procedural justice perceptions on managerial pay and job satisfaction, paper presented at the Inaugural Conference of Indian Academy of Management held at XLRI, Jamshedpur (December 28 - 30).

4. Mulla, Z, Premarajan, R.K, & Shukla, M (2006) Emotional Intelligence & Helping

5. Behaviors: The Role of Self-Other Agreement. Paper presented at the 2006 Annual Conference of the Eastern Academy, at Saratoga US

6. Sing, T., & Premarajan, R.K., Developing a Scale for Measuring Spiritual Competence. Paper presented at the 2004 Annual Conference of the Asian Academy of Management at Shanghai.

7. Premarajan, R.K Construct Validity in Assessment Centre: Comparison of Two Assessment Designs" Paper presented at the 2003 Business & Economics Society International (B&ESI) Conference during July 24 to 28 in San Francisco, USA

8. Kumar, S and Premarajan R.K. "The Effect of Career Anchors on the Relationship between Job Characteristics and Organizational Citizenship Behavior" Business & Economics Society Paper presented at the 2003 International (B&ESI) Conference from July 24 to 28 in San Francisco California / USA

9. Rallabandi, S & Premarajan, R.K. Correlates of Family-Work Spillover, and Career & Family Success: A Study among the Indian Managers ," paper presented at the 2003 Academy of Management Meeting in Seattle, during 4-8 August 2003

10. Premarajan, R.K.., & Marat, D. Correlates of Psychological, Behavioral, and Social Strains: A Study of Unemployed Youth in India. Presented at the Vith International Conference of ANZAM/IFSAM, 10-13 July 2002 at Queensland, Australia

11. Ghosh, S & Premarajan, RK Life Role Salience, and Role Conflict among Dual Career Couple: A cross cultural study Presented at the VIth International Conference of ANZAM/IFSAM, 10-13 July 2002 at Queensland, Australia

12. Premarajan, R.K. Cross cultural validation of a Career Anchor scale and an initial attempt to augment the scale Paper presented at the Academy Of Management Annual Conference 2001 August 2-8 Washington D.C., USA

13. Vinayak, P., & Premarajan, R.K. "Strategic Human Resource Competencies: An empirical verification" Paper presented at the Business & Economics Society International Conference 2001 July 22- 26, Paris, France

14. Fernandes, T.J., & Premarajan, R.K. Organizational Citizenship Behaviour and Career Anchors: An Exploratory Study" Paper presented at the Business & Economics Society International Conference 2001 July 22- 26, Paris, France

15. Premarajan, R.K. Differential Impact of Stressors on Self-Esteem, and Immunoglobulin A. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association conference at Baltimore, USA in March 1999.

16. Premarajan, R.K. Type A behavior, externality and entrepreneurial effectiveness Paper presented at the national conference on Entrepreneurial research in Indian context, Madras, May 1987.

17. Premarajan R.K. and Srivastava, D.K. Role of quality circles in quality of working life. Paper presented at the 2nd Indian Engineering Congress, Hyderabad, January, 1988.

18. Premarajan, R.K. and Ghadially, R Effect of role conflict and social support on job dissatisfaction and immunoglobulin A. Paper presented at the 1st academic conference of Association of Management Development Institutions of South Aia (AMDISA). Hyderabad, Feruary 1990.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Co-ordinating/Organizing Workshop/Conferences /MDPs

1. Measuring HR

2. Art and Science of Behavioral Interviewing

3. Assessment Centre Approach to Competency Mapping

4. Psychometric Testing for HR Professionals

5. Competency Based Selection Systems

6. Strategic Human Resource Management

7. Competency Based Career Development

Membership of Professional Bodies

  1. India Partner of the RoI Institute, Alabama, USA for joint work in the area of HR Measurement
  2. Member, National Panel on HR of the Confederation of Indian Industry for 2010-11
  3. Member, Academy of Management
  4. Member, American Psychological Association
  5. Member SHRM
  6. Member, National Association Of Psychologists
  7. Member National HRD Network

Professional Services such as Member/Editor of Editorial Board/ Advisory Committee etc

  1. Member, Advisory Board of SHRM India since 2014

PROFILE

Designation : Professor

Qualification : Postgraduate & Fellow (IIMA)

Email : pingali@xlri.ac.in

Functional Area : Marketing

Brief Profile  

Pingali Venugopal has teaching, industry, consulting and research experience in the Marketing function in the Indian context for over 35 years. 

Venugopal has done his Post Graduate Management Programme and Doctorate from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. Currently he is the coordinator of the Center for Global Management and Responsible Leadership at XLRI. He has been a Marketing faculty at XLRI, Jamshedpur since 1994 and the Dean of the institute from 2004 to 2010. He has also been a visiting faculty to leading institutes in India including the Indian Institutes of Management in Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Kolkata, Ranchi, Kashipur and Indore and international institutes including American University of Armenia. He has taught courses like Marketing Management, Sales and Distribution Management and Marketing Research at these institutes.

Prior to joining academics, Venugopal worked in the marketing department of Coromandel Fertilisers and Nagarjuna Fertilisers and Chemicals ltd for a period of 10 years. 

Venugopal???s research and publication cover different marketing topics and he published research papers in leading international and national journals and has authored seven books covering areas of Marketing and Indian Economy. His books; Sales and Distribution Management: An Indian Perspective and Marketing Management: A Decision Making Approach; have been adopted as texts in several business schools including the Indian Institutes of Management. 

He is on the Board of Tata Metaliks; Jamshedpur Continuous Annealing and Processing Company Pvt Ltd. and Tata Metaliks DI Pipes ltd; Advisor to Kerzon Consultants and on the Academic Committee of National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur, National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management, Hyderabad and GITAM University, Vishakapatnam. He has also been involved as a consultant with several projects for both the profit and non-profit sectors. On the invitation of Government of India he prepared the report State of Indian Farmer- A Millennium study wherein he evaluated the impact of the policy measures on inut usage by Indian farmers from Independence to 2000. After the formation of Jharkhand, Venugopal was part of the steering committee of the Jharkhand Development Report prepared for the Planning Commission. He also prepared the agricultural plan for the Jharkhand Development Report.

Total Experience (in months)
 400 (as on 23-APR-16)

Experience Detail  

XLRI, Jamshedpur - 

Dean May 2004 to May 2010

Marketing Faculty since May 1994

Nagarjuna Fertilisers and Chemicals Limited, Hyderabad - December 1988 to June 1990.

Position Held: Development Manager

 Coromandel Fertilisers Limited, Secunderabad - April 1980 to November 1988.

Positions held:

Sales Promotion Officer April 1980 to January 1982

Advertising Officer February 82 to September 85

Regional Marketing Officer October 1985 to November 88

ACHIEVEMENTS AND RESEARCH INTEREST/AREA OF RESEARCH INTERESTS

Academic Distinction (Awards and Scholarships)

Best Citizen of Indiaaward 2009 by International Publishing House, New Delhi

Adminstrative Distinction

1. Dean at XLRI, Jamshedpur from 2004 to 2010.

2. Coordinator, Center for Global Management and Responsible Leadership (XLRI) from 2010. (This center was run in collaboration with School of Business Management, Loyola University Chicago for 3 years.)

3. Chairperson, Management Development Programmes (XLRI), 2011-14

4. Chairperson, Fellow Programme (Doctoral Programme at XLRI), 1998-2000.

5. Chairperson, Placement (XLRI), 1996-1998

6. Member of the XLRI Faculty Review Committee (2004 till date)

7. Trustee of the XLRI, Provident Fund, 2004 till date

Other Achievements

1. Preparation of A 5 Year Developmental Plan for two blocks in Madhya Pradesh. Project submitted to Madhya Pradesh Government Panchayat Department.

2. Social Assessment Study for Bihar Education Project, Government of Bihar

3. Development of participatory strategies for forest based villages in Madhya Pradesh. Project done for Madhya Pradesh Government.

4. Impact Assessment Study for Kerala Horticulture Development Programme.

5. Bihar Image study for Bihar Government.

6. Status Paper on Agricultural Input Management. Done as a part of the Millennium study on the State of the Indian Farmer for Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

7. Jharkhand Development Report. Steering committee member for the report prepared for the Planning Commission, Government of India.

COURSES TAUGHT

Sales and Distribution Management

  1. IIM, Ahmedabad
  2. IIM, Lucknow
  3. IIM, Kashipur
  4. XLRI, Jamshedpur
  5. XIM, Bhubaneswar

Marketing Research

  1. IIM, Ahmedabad
  2. IIM, Kolkata
  3. XLRI, Jamshedpur
  4. XIM, Bhubaneswar

Principles of Marketing

  1. IIM, Lucknow
  2. IIM, Ranchi
  3. XLRI, Jamshedpur
  4. XIM, Bhubaneswar
  5. American University, Armenia

Agri input Marketing

  1. National Institute of Agricultural marketing, Jaipur
  2. National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management, Hyderabad

CONSULTANCY UNDERTAKEN

On Channel Management, Professional Sales Management, Research methodology, Agri Input Marketing for the following companies:

1. Advanta

2. AGI Glass Industries

3. BSNL

4. Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Limited

5. Eastern Coalfields Ltd.

6. Eenadu

7. Essar Industries

8. Hughes Escorts.

9. Hulas Steel.

10. Indian Petrochemicals Ltd.

11. Kriloskar Oils and Engines Ltd.

12. Metahelix

13. Primax, Ghana

14. State Bank of India

15. Tata Steel

16. Tata Motors

17. Tata Telcon

18. Timken

19. Towell Industries, Dubai

20. United Phosphorus Limited

21. Vodafone

22.Zuari Industries

IN-COMPANY PROGRAMS

  • Advanta
  • AGI Glass Industries
  • BSNL
  • Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Limited
  • Eastern Coalfields Ltd.
  • Eenadu
  • Essar Industries
  • Hughes Escorts.
  • Hulas Steel.
  • Indian Petrochemicals Ltd.
  • Kriloskar Oils and Engines Ltd.
  • Metahelix
  • Primax, Ghana
  • State Bank of India
  • Tata Steel
  •  Tata Motors
  • Tata Telcon
  • Timken
  • Towell Industries, Dubai
  • United Phosphorus Limited
  • Vodafone
  • Zuari Industries

INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS (PUBLICATIONS)

Journal Articles-Refereed

International:

  1. Consideration set: Agri-business buyer behavior in India. Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing. Volume 8, issue. 3, 1997, p. 69-79 (joint first author. 3 authors)
  2. Analysis of growth stages in small firms: A case study of Auto Ancillaries in India. Journal of Small Business Management. Volume 37 issue 3 July 1999, p. 62-76 (joint second author. 2 authors)
  3. Consumer Aspirations in Marginalized Communities: A case study of Indian Villages. Journal on Consumption, Markets and Culture. Volume 4, issue 2, 2000, p.125-142 (joint second author. 2 authors)
  4. Context-General and Context-Specific Determinants of Online Satisfaction and Loyalty for Commerce and Content Sites, Journal of Interactive Marketing Volume 24, Issue 3, 2010, p. 222-238 (joint third author. 3 authors)
  5. GM crops Controversy: Stakeholder analysis of the case of Bt Brinjal (eggplant) in India, Journalism and Mass Communication, Volume 2, Number 8, 2012, p. 852-863 (single author)
  6. Urban Orientation of rural consumers: Implication for Consumer goods Distribution, International Journal of Rural Management. Volume 8, issue 1&2, , 2012, p. 105117 (single author)
  7. A Study on Consumer Adoption of Technology Facilitated Services, Journal of Services Marketing, volume 28, issue 7, 2014, p.471 483 (joint third author. Four authors)
  8. The impact of salesperson customer orientation on sales performance via mediating mechanism: Insights from India, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing. Volume 30, issue 5, 2015, in print (joint second author. 2 authors)
  9. Work Life Balance: Working Women in the IT sector in India, The International Journal of Organizational Diversity, volume 14, issue 2, p. 19, 2015 (joint second author. Two authors)
  10. Responsible Leadership: Learning from Indian Case studies. Asian Journal of Business Ethics, special issue on Inclusive Development and Responsible Business in India, 2016 (online copy published January 30, 2016) (single author)

National:

  1. Framework for Inferring Buying Behaviour. Management and Labour Studies. Vol. 21, issue 1, 1996, p. 42- 50 (single author)
  2. Consumer perceptions of Door-to-door selling: An exploratory study, Management and Labour Studies, volume 31, issue 1,2006, p 49-54 (single author)
  3. How Social Media Word of Mouth Influences Consumer Decision Making: A Conceptual Framework Based on Literature Review, Management and Labour Studies, volume 39, issue 3, 2015, p.1-16 (in print) (joint third author. Three authors)
  4. Concern for Global Warming Amongst Professionals in Urban India, Management and Labour Studies, volume 40, issue 3, 2016, (in print) (joint first author. Three authors)??

Non-refereed Journals:

  1. Place utility: Is it essential to make the product available in the rural markets? Logistix, vol. 1, no. 3, September 2000 (ingle author)
  2. Mindset of Indian Consumers: Implications for Car manufacturers. Prabandhan, vol. 1, no.1, April 2001 (single author).
  3. Is Demand estimation always essential for Supply Chain Management? Logistix, vol. 3, no. 4, December 2001 (single author).
  4. Formal and Informal Sector. Strategies for Economic Empowerment of Tribal Women National Commission for Women, New Delhi (single author).
  5. Green Printing: Formulating a Marketing Program, Auroras Journal of Management, July Sept 2012 (single author)

General Interest Articles:

  1. Marketing strategy in the emerging Pesticide scenario. Silver jubilee souvenir of Pesticide Formulators Association of India, Bombay, 1994 (joint first author. Two authors).
  2. Consumers are changing fast. Jamshedpur Telegraph, June 30, 2000 (single author).
  3. Rural Market: Segments. http://www.indiainfoline.com/bisc/xlfa2.html. August 2000 (single autor).

Scholarly Books

1. Marketing Channel Management: A Customer Centric Approach. (Sage, New Delhi) 2001 (single author)

2. State of Indian Farmer- A Millennium study. Input Management. Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India (Academic Foundation- New Delhi) 2004 (single author)

3. Managing the sales force: A motivational approach (Sage, New Delhi), 2006 (single author)

4. Sales and Distribution Management: An Indian Perspective, (Sage, New Delhi), 2008 (single author)

5. Marketing Management: A Decision Making Approach, (Sage, New Delhi), 2010 (single author)

6. Marketing Research: A users perspective. (McGraw Hill, Mumbai), 2014 (single author)

7. Agri-input Marketing in India, (Sage, New Delhi), 2014 (joint first author. Two authors)



Chapters in Scholarly books

  1. Renewing the face of the earth, in eds. Ananda Das Gupta, Ethics in Business, Sage, New Delhi, 2010 (single author)
  2. A Relook at the Triguna Theory and its Implications in the Organizational Context, Indian Academy of Management, December 2009, Jamshedpur India (joint third author. Three authors)

Conference Proceedings-Refereed

  1. Information search: A Study of Buyers in Rural India Marketing Communications and Consumer Behaviour, June, 1999, La Londe (France) (single author)
  2. Consideration Set Composition: An Empirical study in Rural India. The Association of Consumer Research Bi-annual Asia Pacific Conference March 2000, Gold Coast, Australia. (single author)
  3. Compulsive behavior: A Framework for Identifying Children at Risk. The Association of Consumer Research Bi-annual Asia Pacific Conference March 2002, Beijing. (single author)
  4. Pioneer Brand and Information search: A study in Rural India. The Association of Consumer Research Bi-annual Asia Pacific Conference March 2002, Beijing. (single author)


Paper Presentations-Refereed

International:

1. Distribution Planning for Fertilizers by studying the Retailer Purchase Behaviour: An Application of AHM Dynamic Inventory Model. International Conference on Operations Research for Development, Ahmedabad, December, 1992 (single author)

2. Purchase Decisions in Developing Countries: A Case of Pesticide Buying in India. International Conference on Marketing and Development July 1997, Romania (single author)

3. Changing levels of Market Dependence: A study of Indian Villages. International Conference on Marketing and Development July 1997, Romania. (joint second author. Two authors)

4. Marketing Orientation in Small firms in Developing Countries: An Empirical Study in India. Academy of Marketing Sciences Conference May, 1999, Florida ??(joint second author. Two authors)

5. Store decisions: A study of Rural buyers in India. National Business and Economics Society conference February/ March 2001, Puerto Rico. (single author)

6. Channel Commitment Strategies for Indian Market. American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, February 2001, Las Vegas, USA. (single author)

7. Factors influencing Retailer Purchases: An empirical study in India. Marketing Management Association conference March 2001, Chicago. (single author)

8. Management Education: A Framework For Grading. 7th South Asian Management Forum, April 2002, Maldives. (joint first author. Two authors)

9. The Marketing Contribution Barometer. International Conference on Marketing and Development January 2003, Bangkok (joint second author. Two authors)

10. Brand Decisions: A Study of Rural Buyers in India. European Applied Business Research Conference June 2003, Venice, Italy. (single author)

11. In-Store Influences: A Study of Rural Buyers In India. International Academy of Business and Economics, October 2003, Las Vegas. (single author)

12. Walworth Orchards (India) Ltd. Presented to the North American Case Research Association (NACRA) for its annual meeting, November 2003, Tampa, Florida (joint second author. Two authors)

13. The Relationship between Service Quality and Behavioral Intentions: A Comparative Evaluation in Retail Banking Context, International Conference on Marketing Strategies for Firms in Emerging Markets, Kozhikode, 2004 (joint second author. Two authors)

14. Modeling the Relationship between Service Quality, Satisfaction & Value: A Relative Attitudinal Approach, ??INFORMS Marketing Science Conference, Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 23-26, 2004 (joint second author. Four authors)

15. Modeling the relationship between service quality and behavioral intentions: A comparative evaluation approach, Marketing Paradigms for Emerging Economies, Ahmedabad, January 2005. (joint second author. Two authors)

16. A Critical Analysis of Marketing Strategies of CavinKare: Lessons for Companies Operating in Emerging Economies for the 8th South Asian Management Forum, December 2004, Lahore. (joint second author. Two authors)

17. On the Similarities of Online Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty Models in Disparate Contexts. 2007 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference, Singapore, June 28-30, 2007 (joint third author. Three authors)

18. Implementing e-CRM using intelligent agents on the internet, International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management, Melbourne 2008 (joint second author. Two authors)

19. Sustainability and Responsibility: Curricula Integration and Research Development, AACSB International World Class Practices in Management Education Conference, Shanghai, May 31 - June 2, 2009 (single author)

20. GM crops Controversy: Stakeholder analysis of the case of Bt Brinjal (eggplant) in India. ANZCA 2010 conference on Media, Democracy and Change at Canberra Australia (July 7-9, 2010). (single author)

21. Positioning a Green Brand. ANZCA 2010 conference on Media, Democracy and Change at anberra Austalia July 7-9, 2010). (single author)

22. A mathematical approach for advertising effectiveness measurement and media planning, 2nd Annual Complexity in Business Conference, Washington DC on November 12, 2010. (Joint second author. Two authors)

23. Salespersons Customer Orientation and Sales Performance Relationship: Moderating Influence of Salespersons Self-Leadership Strategies and Emotional Intelligence, First International Marketing Conference at IIM, Kolkata, Dec 27-29, 2010. (Joint second author. Two authors)

24. Green Printing: Formulating a Marketing Plan, Western Economic Association Internationals 9th Biennial Pacific Rim Conference Brisbane during April 26-29, 2011. (Joint first author. Two authors)

25. Creating Entry Barriers in a commoditized market: A case study of a Petroleum Company in India, Academy of Business Research Conference, Atlantic City, New Jersey USA September 13-15, 2011. (Joint first author. Two authors)

26. Scaling up in Small Scale Enterprises: Case study of two Indian Organizations, Academy of Business Research Conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey USA September 13-15, 2011. (Joint first author. Two authors)

27. Spheres of Innovation Potential in Expanding India Markets, Leveraging India: Strategies for Global Competitiveness, Sydney, Australia April 11 - 12, 2012

28. CSR Initiatives in India, IADIS International Conference on Sustainability, Technology and Education 2012 Perth November 2012 (joint first author. Four authors)

29. Work Life Balance: Working Women in the IT sector in India, Thirteenth International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations conference, Darwin, Australia from June 26-28, 2013. (joint second author. Two authors)

30. Retail Trade Area Analysis Using Huffs Model  A Study in the Indian Context, Academy of Business Research Conference in San Antonio, TX USA September 18-20, 2013. (joint second author. Two authors)

31. Responsible Leadership: Learning from Indian Case Studies, Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management conference Hobart, December 2013 (single author)

32. Concern for Global Warming Amongst Professionals in Urban India, Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management conference Hobart, December 2013 (joint first author. Three authors)

33. Social Media Word-of-Mouth Influence on Consumer Decision Making: A Conceptual Framework, ANZCA 2014 Conference, Melbourne July 2014 (joint third author. Three authors)

34. Transition between Shopper Types: A Study of Food Buying by Indian Professionals, ANZMAC 2014 Conference, Brisbane, December 2014 (first author, three authors)

35. Impact of language on Brand perception amongst Gen Y in India, Sydney International Business Research Conference (SIBRC) 2015, Sydney, April 2015 (joint first author. Two authors)

36. An Exploratory study to evaluate the Impact of Social Marketing Campaigns in India" ANZ Academy of Marketing conference 2015, Sydney

National:

1. Brandwise Fertilizer Demand Estimation: An Optimal Inventory Model. National Symposium on Optimization Techniques "OPTEC NS 92", Madurai, July 1992 (single author).

2. Understanding the Information overload on Indian farmers: An Information processing model. 29th Annual Convention of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, Tirupathy, February 1992 (single author).

3. Philosophical Perspectives of Human Resources Development. 29th Annual Convention of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, Tirupathy, February 1992 (single author).

4. Diffusion of Sprinkler Irrigation system: A new product sales forecasting. 25th Annual Convention of the Operational Research Society of India Ahmedabad, December 1992 (joint second author. Two authors).

5. Application of the Dynamic Fertiliser Monthly Demand Model to other Agricultural Inputs. 25th Annual Convention of the Operational Research Society ofIndia, Ahmedaad December 192 (single author).

6. Spatial Pattern of Food security Across the Districts of Jharkhand: Implications for Food based Interventions and Planning. UN-WFP State level Consultation on Food and Nutritional Security and the Role of Food assistance Schemes including Community Food Banks, Ranchi, 2002 (single author).

7. Policy reforms to take Jharkhand Forward. Conference on Industrial Development of Jharkhand- Challenges and Strategies, Annual Session, CII, Jharkhand Council, March 2003 (single author).

8. Arti Balakrishna: Stay at home mom to Strengthening Foundations for the future, National Convention On Responsible Leadership, Jamshedpur, November 2011 (joint first author. Two authors)

9. Neev Herbal Soaps: Marketing orientation for a Social Exnterprise, National Convention On Responsible Leadership, Jamshedpur, November 2011 (joint second author. Two authors)

10. Disposal behavior of ICT products, National Conference on E-waste Management, Jamshedpur, January, 2016

Cases developed for Teaching purpose

1. A Critical Analysis of Marketing Strategies of CavinKare: Lessons for Companies Operating in Emerging Economies. Asian Case Research Journal, 2008 vol 12, no. 1, p. 1-28 (joint second author. Two authors)

2. Case analysis: The B-School Medley: Plug in the loop holes. The Smart Manager Oct-Nov 2004 Vol 3 Issue 4 (single author)

3. Case analysis: Naukri.com. Vikalpa Volume 30, no4 Oct 2005 (single author)

4. Mixing Business with CSR. Submitted to IIUM Journal of Case Studies in Management (joint first author. Two authors)

5. Rural Consumer Engagement Programs: A Case study of a Mobile company, XLRI, Case development Cell, XLRI, 2012 (joint first author. Two authors)

6. E-Octopus: A Project on Castrol Service Marketing e-Initiatives, XLRI, Case development Cell, XLRI, 2013 (joint first author. Two authors)

7. Program Learning Goal, Case published in Envisioning the Future of Indian Management Education, Mc Graw Hill, 2015, New Delhi


Co-ordinating/Organizing Workshop/Conferences /MDPs

1. First National Conference on "Responsible leadership: Sharing of Case studies" November 2011 (conference proceedings published in November 2012)

2. Second National Conference on "Responsible leadership: Sharing of Case studies" November 2012 (conference proceedings likely to be published November 2013)

3. International Conference on Research in Marketing, December 2013 (jointly with Curtin University, Perth and IIT, Delhi)

4. National Conference of E-waste Management (January 2016)

Guide/evaluator/ examiner at doctoral research level

External evaluator of doctoral thesis:

1. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

2. Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata

3. MS University, Baroda

4. University of Calcutta, Kolkata

5. National Institute of Technology, Rourkela

Membership of Professional Bodies

1. Board Member Tata Metaliks, January 2012 onwards

2. Board Member Jamshepur Continuous Annealing and Processing Company Pvt Ltd, February 2015 onwards

3. Board Member Tata Metaliks DI Pipes Limited, January 2016 onwards

4. Advisor Kerzon Consultants, 2008 - 2012

Professional Services such as Member/Editor of Editorial Board/ Advisory Committee etc

1. Associate Editor Volume 13, issue 1, The International Journal of Organizational Diversity

2. International Journal of Management and Cross-Cultural Research

3. Jamshedpur Research Review

4. SURVEY - Indian Institute of Social Welfare Business Management journal

5. ELK Asia Pacific Journals

6. Special Edition of the International Journal of Emerging Markets

7. Amity Journal of Marketing

ACADEMIC COUNCIL MEMBER :

1. Jamshedpur Womens College, Jamshedpur

2. National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur

3. National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management, Hyderabad

4. GITAM, University, Vishakapatnam

Visiting Faculty

  1. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
  2. Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow
  3. Indian Institute of Management, Indore
  4. Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata
  5. Indian Institute of Management, Ranchi??
  6. Indian Institute of Management, Kashipur
  7. Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubnaeswar
  8. National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management, Hyderabad
  9. National Institute of Agricultural Marketing, Jaipur
  10. American University, Armenia

Guest lectures at International Schools

1.School of Management, RMIT University, Melbourne

2.School of Management, Loyola University, Chicago

PROFILE

Designation : Professor

Qualification : B.Sc. (Math), M. Stat. (ISI), PGD in SQC & OR (ISI), Fellow (IIM Bangalore)

Email : tasviji@xlri.ac.in

Functional Area : Production, Operations & Decision Sciences and Information Systems

Experience Detail  

June 1988 - May 1991

  • (3 years)Associate Professor in the Systems & Operations Management Area Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, India (http://ximb.ac.in)

May 1991-May 1995

  • (4 years ) Member of Faculty (Deputy Director) in the Operations Area Central Institute of Road Transport, Pune India (an institute under the Ministry of Surface Transport, Government of India)(http://www.cirtpune.com)

June 1995- till date

  • (app 21 years) Professor in the Production, Operations Management & Decisions Sciences and Information Systems Area XLRI, Jamshedpur (One of the premier management institutes in India ranked third best)(http://www.xlri.ac.in)

COURSES TAUGHT

  1. Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  2. Quantitative Techniques for Management
  3. Operations Research
  4. Decision Support Systems
  5. Operations Research for Human Resources Management
  6. Demand and Business Forecasting
  7. Supply Chain Analytics

CONSULTANCY UNDERTAKEN

  1. Project Coordinator for preparing Transportation Plan for Sub-Regional plan of Vasai-Virar Sub-Region for the City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra (CIDCO), New Bombay
  2. Project Coordinator for preparing Transportation Plan for Vijayawada City for the Ministry of Surface Transport, Government of India
  3. Project Coordinator for preparing Transportation Plan for Nagpur City for the Ministry of Surface Transport, Government of India
  4. One of the coordinators for developing the Decision Support System MOBILE" for Resource Scheduling for State Transport Undertakings in India in collaboration with the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Pune.
  5. Core member of the team on the project on Manpower Assessment and Organisational Restructuring for the Paradip Port Trust , Paradip, Orissa, India ( a Government of India Undertaking)
  6. Project Co-Coordinator for the Feasibility of Taking over Machinery and Manpower from Tea Trading Corporation of India for State Trading Corporation of India
  7. Selection and Recruitment for Central Fuel Research Institute, Dhanbad
  8. Skill Development for Jharkhand State for Government of Jharkhand

IN-COMPANY PROGRAMS

Conducted Training Programmes on Supply Chain and Logistics Management for middle and senior level managers of

  1. IPCL Baroda
  2. Telcon
  3. Bhongaigaon Refineries
  4. Steel Authority of India
  5. Lafarge Cements
  6. Daimler Chrysler
  7. RANE Group
  8. Timken India
  9. Tata Steel
  10. Tata Motors
  11. Coke
  12. Pepsico
  13. Britannia Industries
  14. NIIT
  15. Madura Garments (Fashion Styles)
  16. Ashok Leyland 

INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS (PUBLICATIONS)

Journal Articles-Refereed
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED JOURNALS and INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS:

  1. Mode Choice for Urban Work-based Daily Trips: A Multi-criteria Decision Making Model  Using the Analytical Hierarchical Process. WIT Transactions on the Built Environment, (146), January, 2015
  2. Coping Strategies for Overcoming Constrained Supply Chain Technology: An Exploratory Study Transportation Journal, October, 2015
  3. Implementing Supply Chain Technologies in Emerging Markets, Journal of Supply Chain Management, January, 2015
  4. A Game Theoretic Approach for Exploring Feasibility of Buyer-Supplier Co-operation. "International Journal of Academic Conference Proceedings" (IJACP), 2013  ISSN: ISSN 2164-263X
  5. Impact of Buyer-Supplier Cooperation in Buyer and Supplier Relationships: Insights from Indian industries, "International Journal of Academic Conference Proceedings" (IJACP), 2012  ISSN: ISSN 2164-263X,
  6. Impact of Transportation Infrastructure on Logistics in India Logistics Spectrum, US, 2000 
  7. Scheduling in urban transportation with quick and cut trip insertions for fleet size reduction Transportation Planning & Technology, Gordon & Breach Publishers, UK, 1998
  8. Fleet Assignment strategies in urban transportation using express and partial  services Transportation Research Part-A, Pergamon Press, El Sevier Science, UK, 1995
  9. Global Perspectives: India Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, US, 2014
  10. Strategic options for state transport undertakings in India, International Journal of  Public Sector Management, MCB University Press, UK, 1995
  11. A Game Theoretic Approach for Exploring Feasibility of Buyer-Supplier Co-operation International Journal of Academic Conference Proceedings, 1995
  12. A Multi Objective programming problem and its equivalent goal programming problem  with appropriate priorities and aspiration levels: A fuzzy approach Computers and Operations Research, Pergamon Press, El Sevier Science, UK, 1994
  13. Supply Management Orientation and Buyer/Supplier Performance- Some Insights from  Automobile Industry in India Great Lakes Herald (Publication of Great Lakes Institute, India)


PAPERS PUBLISHED IN INDIAN REFEREED JOURNALS:
  1. An Empirical Study of Supply Chain Risks and a model for a Risk Mitigation   Plan: An Idian Perspective, Edited by Karuna Jain et. al as part of 50 years of   NITIE and POMS, EXCEL India Publishers. Manufacturing Excellence: Imperatives for Emerging Economies, November, 2015 
  2. Understanding Logistics Processes and Teams in Indian Manufacturing Organisations, Logistics  Focus, India, June 2002
  3. Transportation Logistics in India- Issues, Problems and Strategies for  Competitive Advantage Supply Chain Management for Global competitiveness, November  1998   
  4. A method for estimating sectional loads in suburban rail system, Rail Transport, November 1997  
  5. Service Quality Perceptions of Transport Services- The case of State Transport Undertakings, Indian Journal of Transport Management, June 1997  
  6. A Software for Monitoring and Scheduling Vehicles, Indian Journal of Transport Management, September 1996
  7. Marketing nd Service Imperatives in Transport, Indian Journal of Transport Management, February 1995
  8. Determining Optimal Headways in City Bus Operaions- A Mathematical Programming Approach, Indian Journal of  Transport Management, March 1994
  9. Diagnosis-Pallavan Transpot Corporation: A case study, Vikalpa, September 1993
  10. Computer Aided Vehicle Scheduling, Journal of Transport Management, April 1992
  11. Decision support systems-Concept and application in Road Transport Undertakings, Journal of Transport Management, 1991         
  12. Time-tabling and Scheduling of a city transport systemIIMB Management Review, 1989        
  13. Vehicle Scheduling- An Overview of Problems and Issues, Journal of Transport Management, 1986

Conference Proceedings-Refereed

  1. Impact of Buyer-Supplier Cooperation in Buyer and Supplier Relationships: Insights from Indian Industries, International Journal of Academic Conference Proceedings

Paper Presentations-Refereed

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES:

  1. Application of Item Response Theory (IRT) in Developing Scale for measurement of Buyer-Supplier Co-operation: A Literature Review. Presented at the  International Conference on Business Management & Information Systems, 2013, Institute of Management Technology, Dubai,  November 19 - 21, 2013
  2. A Game Theoretic Approach for Exploring Feasibility of Buyer-Supplier Co-operation. Presented at the International Conference on Business Management & Information Systems, 2013,  Institute of Management Technology, Dubai,  November 19 - 21, 2013
  3. Presented a paper on Impact of Buyer-Supplier Cooperation in Buyer and Supplier Relationships: Insights from Indian industries, International Conference on Business Management & Information Systems, Singapore, November 21-23,2012.
  4. A paper on Extending the framework of Supplier Management Orientation & its effect on supplier buyer performance ( co-authored with Priyal Singh) POMS 20th Annual Conference Orlando, Florida U.S.A during May 1 to May 4, 2009
  5. Presented a paper on " Supply Management Orientation and Buyer/Supplier Performance: Insight from Indian Automobile Industry" in the Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business and Economics in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States during October 17-20, 2004
  6. Presented a paper on " Supply Management Orientation and Buyer/Supplier Performance: Insight from Indian Automobile Industry" in the Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business and Economics in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States during October 17-20, 2004.
  7. Invited as a keynote speaker and a panel member (with all expenses sponsored) by the Retail Technology Forum, Dubai to present my paper on " Inventory Visibility in Retail Supply Chains" held on September 27, 2004 in Dubai.
  8. Invited as a keynote speaker (with all expenses sponsored) by the Chinese Association of Productivity Science to present my paper on " Urban Logistics Planning and Infrastructure: Indian Experience" in the Fifth China International Summit for Logistics-2004 held in Beijing, China during September 22-24, 2004.
  9. Presented a paper on Understanding Logistics Processes and Logistics Teams in Indian Manufacturing Organisations in the International conference on Industrial Logistics (ICIL-2001) which was held in the Ryukyus University, Okinawa, Japan during July 9-12, 2001.
  10. Invited as a resource person to chair an International Consulting Workshop on Mobility and presented a theme paper on " Information Technology in Urban Mobility and improving Quality of Transport Services" organised by the International Office Agenda-21 under the Bremen Initiative, Germany, held in Pune, India, October 12-13, 1999
  11. Invited as a Panel Member & Speaker to present a paper on " Macro-Logistics and Infrastructure in India-Problems, Issues ans Strategies" in the International Conference organised by SOLE-International Society for Logistics on held in Las Vegas, Nevada, US during August 28-September 2, 1999.
  12. Invited as a keynote speaker and presented a paper on " Infrastructure and Logistics in India- Problems, Issues and Strategies" in the Annual Conference "Logistics for the Millenium" organised by SOLE-International Society for Logistics held in Orlando, Florida, US during February 18-19,1999.
  13. A paper on " Need for Strategic orientation in State Transport Undertakings in India- A diagnostic approach" in the Third Annual Conference of the Association of Management Development Institutes in South Asia (AMDISA) held in Dhakka, Bangladesh during February 1994.
NATIONAL CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS:

  1. Invited as a speaker in the Annual conference DISHA organizes by IIMM Mumbai during 17-18, April 2015 on Innovative Supply Chain Strategies to Drive Business Competitiveness  in Mumbai
  2. Invited as he Key Not Speaker in the Conference organized by IIMM Kolkata on Operational Challenges & Enablers in Supply Chain Management on 10th January 2015 in Kolkata
  3. Urban freight and supply chain  the neglected stakeholder: an analysis of current research trend, 3rd Conference of Transportation Research Group ofIndia (CTRG), Kolkata, India.December 2015
  4. Effect of Urban Freight Regulations on Supply Chains: A Game Theoretic Approach Using Bi-Level Programming, 3rd Conference of Transportation Research Group of India (CTRG), Kolkata, India., December 2015
  5. "Quantitative Modelling in Closed Loop Supply Chain Recovery Networks Value Enhancement Proposition, presented in XVI Annual International Conference of Society of Operations Management at IIT Delhi, December 21-23, 2012 ( presented by Arun Paul)
  6. A Conceptual Framework to Study Supply and Buyer Management Orientation in Buyer-Supplier Performance, presented in XVI Annual International Conference of Society of Operations Management at IIT Delhi, December, 21-23, 2012 (presented by Arijit Mitra)
  7. A paper on Study of the Influence of contextual factors on Supply Chain Integration and Firm Performance-A Conceptual Framework for Indian Manufacturing Organisations (co-authored with Milind Patil) at the XI Annual International Conference of Society of Operations Management held at Nasik during December 21-23, 2007
  8. A paper on Study of the Influence of contextual factors on Supply Chain Integration and Firm Performance-A Conceptual Framework for Indian Manufacturing Organisations (co-authored with Milind Patil) at the XI Annual International Conference of Society of Operations Management held at Nasik during December 21-23, 2007
  9. A paper on " Transportation Logistics in India- Issues, Problems and Strategies for Competitive Advantage" in the International Seminar on Supply Chain Management held in Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, India during November 18-19,1998
  10. Presented a paper on " Service Quality Perceptions of Transport Services- The case of State Transport Undertakings" in the Fourth National conference on Transportation System Studies (NCOTSS-96) held in the University of Mumbai during December,1996. 
  11. Presented a paper on " A Method for estimating sectional loads in Suburban Rail System" in the Fourth National conference on Transportation System Studies (NCOTSS-96) held in the University of Mumbai during December 1996.
  12. Presented a paper on "A multiobjective programming problem and its equivalent goal programming problem with appropriate priorities and aspiration levels: A fuzzy approach " in the Annual convention of the Operational Research Society of India (ORSI) held in IIM,Ahmedabad during December 1994.
  13. Presented a paper on " Decision Support System for Vehicle and Crew Scheduling" during the National Conference on Transportation Systems Studies: Analysis & Policy (NCOTSS-93) held in the Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India during December 1993.
  14. Presented a paper on " Marketing of Intangibles in Transport Services - case of State Transport Undertakings " in the Annual Conference of Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) held at MDI, Gurgaon, New Delhi , India during August 1994.
  15. Presented a paper on "Decision support systems-Concept and Applications in State Transport Undertakings" in the National Seminar on Computer Applications in State Transport Undertakings organised jointly by Association of State Road Transport Undertakings in India and the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation in Hyderabad, India during October 1991.
  16. Presented a paper on "Orthogonal Array Design of Experiments to improve single Yarn Strength " in the Golden Jubilee Conference of the Indian Statistical Institute held in Vigyan Bhavan , New Delhi, India during February 1981

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Co-ordinating/Organizing Workshop/Conferences /MDPs

1. Logistics Management

2. Supply Chain Management

3. Quantitative Tools for Decision Making

4. Managerial Decisions & Effectiveness

5. Decision Support Systems for Effective Corporate Decisions

6. Six Sigma Tools and Techniques for Manufacturing Excellence

7. Demand Forecasting

8. Supply Chain Analytics

Guide/evaluator/ examiner at doctoral research level

Principal and Main Guide for the following students for their Thesis Work

  1. Milind Patil 
  2. Priyal Singh
  3. Arun Paul
  4. Sayan Mukherjee
  5. Chitresh Kumar
  6. Rajeev Goenka

PROFILE

Designation : Professor

Qualification : M.Phil (Pune), Ph.D. (Pune), Post Doctoral Fellow Scholar (Columbia Univ. New York)

Email : pradhan@xlri.ac.in

Functional Area : Finance and Economics

Brief Profile  

  1. M.Phil (GIPE, Pune)
  2. Ph.D. (GIPE, Pune)
  3. Post Doctoral Fellow Scholar (Columbia Univ. New York)

Experience Detail  

  1. Advisor, Commonwealth Secretariat & Ministry of Finance, Fiji Islands (24 months)
  2. Professor of Finance and Economics XLRI Jamshedpur (120 months)

ACHIEVEMENTS AND RESEARCH INTEREST/AREA OF RESEARCH INTERESTS

Academic Distinction (Awards and Scholarships)

  1. Best Research Paper Award, 6th Annual Capital Markets Conference, UTI Institute of Capital Markets, Mumbai USA Fulbright Post Doctoral Fellowship, UGC Research Fellowship National Scholarship

Adminstrative Distinction

  1. Additional Director of State Bank of India-DFHI Mumbai

Area of RESEARCH INTERESTS

  1. Asset Pricing
  2. Government Securities Market Development
  3. International Finance
  4. Exchange Rate Management
  5. Financial Risk Management
  6. Development Finance

COURSES TAUGHT

  1. Financial Risk Management
  2. Analytical Foundations of Debt Market
  3. Issues & Empirical Finance
  4. Fixed Income Securities

INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS (PUBLICATIONS)

Journal Articles-Refereed

    1. Sunil Puliyakot, H K Pradhan; Competition, Multiple Borrowing and Over-Indebtedness in Microfinance: An Empirical Investigation. The Microfinance Review,Vol. VII(2),(2015) pp.126-139
    2. Indication of overreaction with or without stock specific public announcements in Indian stock market Vol.39 no.3 Jul-Sep 2014, Vikalpa
    3. Examining Overreaction in Indian Stock Market for Quarterly News Vol 4, No 1 (2014),  
    4. International refereed journal: Category D; Examining Overreaction in BSE using Event Study Approach for Stock Split Announcements [ International Journal of Engineering and Management Research]  Vol.-3, Issue-1, February 2013,pp 47-56.
    5. Emerging Markets journal Local Government Finance and Bond Market: India, ADB, Manila, 2004

          Scholarly Books

          1. Islamic Banking and Finance: Future of the Financial World Order (Paperback) by H. K. Pradhan (Author) Shakeel Ahamad (Author) Lap Lambert Academic Publishing 2012 May 

          Chapters in Scholarly books

          1. TimesVarying Market Integration as a Regime Switching Process, Issue in Macroeconomics: A Quantitative Approach,2015,  IUP Publications

          Conference Proceedings-Refereed

          1. Branchless Banking : A Business Linkage for Financial Inclusion in India. Presented at the European Microfinance Conference, University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway, Jun 10-12, 2013

          Paper Presentations-Refereed

          1. Hedging in Indian Agricultural Commodity Markets under Different Risk Measures, paper presented at the  42nd Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association; Washington DC, 25-28 February, 2016
          2. Model of Access to Finance - SBLP / MBLP ? A field study from Hazaribagh (Jharkhand). Presented at  2nd International Workshop on Inclusive Finance : Making Finance and Insurance Markets Work for the Poor, XLRI Jamshedpur, September 13-15, 2013
          3. Empirical Analysis of Government of India Bond Market Liquidity. Presented at the India Finance Conference (IFC), Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, December 18-20 ,2013
          4. Index based weather insurance  presented at  the International workshop  on Inclusive  Financial inNovation  Mar 1-3 2012 XLRI  ( Jointly  with Navroz Singh Dhillon
          5. Micro enterprise  financing , presented at the international workshop on inclusive financial inNovation , Mar 1-3 2012 . XLRI with Malcolm  Athaide 
          6. Presented a paper on `Financial Inclusion in India` at the Orissa Economic Association Annual Conference at Bhubaneswar during February 21-22, 2015.
          7. Risk Management in Government Debt; lead the Workshop on Risk Management for the DMO Nigeria, Abuja, January 14-18, 2008.
          8. Lead the Workshop on Effective Domestic Debt Workshop held at Kampala, Uganda, September 10-14, 2007.
          9. A Primer on Government Onlending: Conceptual, Regulatory and Institutional Issues, paper presented at the Workshop on Onlending at the Commonwealth Secretariat London, June 18-20, 2007
          10. Domestic and External Debt Management in Pacific Islands Countries, presented the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat Suva, April 12, 2007.
          11. Domestic Debt Management presented at the Meeting of the Commonwealth Secretariat London during June 28-30, 2006, and participated by the 59 member countries of the Commonwealth
          12. Subnational Capital Market Development in India, paper presented at the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) International Conference on Emerging Securities Markets, Mumbai January 10-12, 2005
          13. Indias Economic Reform and Lessons for South Asia, paper presented at the National Economic Outlook Conference organized by the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research, Kuala Lumpur, December 7-8, 2004
          14. Bond Market Financing by Sub-national Governments: Indian Experience, paper presented at the International Association of Development Funds, Washington D.C. September 30-October 1, 2004
          15. External Debt Management: Some Reflections from India, presented at the Workshop on External Debt Management at the UN-ESCAP Bangkok, 6-7 July 2004

          Working paper

          1. Time Varying Market Integration as a Regime Switching Process, Social Science Research Network(SSRN) Working Paper, April 30, 2004.

          OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

          Membership of Professional Bodies

          1. Member of the RBI Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) on Financial Markets
          2. Independent Director of the SBI Mutual Fund, Mumbai
          3. Member of the Board of Micro Credit Rating International Ltd 
          4. Member of the Index & Option Committee of NCDEX, Mumbai

          Professional Services such as Member/Editor of Editorial Board/ Advisory Committee etc

          1. Pacific Regional Advisor for the Commonwealth Secretariat, London
          2. Resident Debt Advisor with the Ministry of Finance, Government of Fiji Islands, during 2005-07

          PROFILE

          Designation : Professor

          Qualification : M.A. (Psychology, Lucknow), Ph.D. (IIT, Kanpur)

          Email : madhukar@xlri.ac.in

          Functional Area : Organizational Behaviour and Strategic Management

          Experience Detail  

          1.Professor (Organisational Behaviour & Strategic Management), XLRI, Jamshedpur, 1990-present

          2.Visiting Professor (O.B. & Strategic Management), ESADE Barcelona (Spain), 1993-94, under GOI-EFMD Exchange Programme.

          3.Management Consultant, 1988-90.

          4.Faculty (Organisational Behaviour), Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad (India), 1985-90.

          5.Consultant (HRD), National Productivity Council, India, 1980-85.

          ACHIEVEMENTS AND RESEARCH INTEREST/AREA OF RESEARCH INTERESTS

          Academic Distinction (Awards and Scholarships)

          1.Best Management Book Award by Indian Society for Training & Development, 1998.

          2.Best Paper Award by Indian Society for Training & Development, 1991.

          3.Pandit Debi Sahai Gold Medal for standing First in B.A. Examination of 1974 of Lucknow University

          4.Dr Radha Kumud Mookerjee Gold Medal for obtaining highest percentage of marks in BA Part-II Examination of Lucknow University.

          5.UGC Merit Scholarship in M.A.

          6.National Merit Scholarship in Intermediate

          7.UP Board Merit Scholarship in High School

          Area of RESEARCH INTERESTS

          1. Social Entrepreneurship: Designed an elective course on this subject; created and moderate an online community of practitioners, academics and students in the SE field; Member of Advisory Council of University Network for Social Entrepreneurship.
          2. Organisational Design, Development & Change: Designed and offer a course on this subject; have offered training workshops to organizations; provided consultancy to organizations on organization design and change; published a book on the subject (see below)
          3. Learning Organisation & Knowledge Management: Designed and offer an elective on this subject; have offered training workshops to organizations; published a book on the subject (see below)
          4. Innovation & Creativity: Designed and offer an elective course on this subject; have offered training workshops to organizations
          5. Cross Cultural Management: Designed and offer an elective course on this subject; have offered training workshops to organizations; developed a critical-incident-based training module available at http://www.culturaldetctive.com

          COURSES TAUGHT

          1. Cross Cultural Management
          2. Global Environment
          3. Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
          4. Management of Creativity
          5. Social Entrepreneurship 

          CONSULTANCY UNDERTAKEN

          1.Developing Institutional Arrangements for MARG (Multiple Action Research Group a lawyers consortium involved in disseminating legal literacy to marginalized), 2006 (ongoing)

          2.Leadership Development Project for PU Leaders of Mahindra & Mahindra (FES), 2000-2001.

          3.Development of SAS Leadership Model for SAS Technologies (now Sasken Technologies), 1999-2000.

          4.OD Consultancy for Sri Ram Honda Ltd., 1995-96.

          5.Management Advisor to MTM Team with Timken India Ltd., 1994-present.

          6.OD Consultancy for National Dairy Development Board, 1992-93.

          7.OD Consultancy for ECC-L&T (Calcutta & Madras Region), 1988-89

          8.Consultancy project on Decision Making Process in Western Coalfields Ltd., 1987-88.

          9.Consultancy project on Organisational Arrangements for Coal India Ltd., 1986-87.

          10.Consultancy project on The Scope of Implementation of Participative Management Scheme for ONGC, Western Region, 1984.

          INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS (PUBLICATIONS)

          Journal Articles-Refereed

          1.Shukla, M., Democratizing Information in India: Role of Community Radios as a Developmental Intervention, Vision: The Journal of Business Perspective, December 2014, vol. 18, no. 4,  349-352

          2.Shukla, M., Potentials and Possibilities. In S. Datta, Orlanda Ruthven and V Sharma (Eds.) State of Indias Livelihood Report 2011. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2012.

          3.Shukla, M., (with Smitu Malhotra), SEWA: Creating Women Entrepreneurs. In Vinnie Jauhari & Charla Griffy Brown (Eds), Women Technology & Entrepreneurship. New Delhi, Ess Ess Publications, 2008.


          4.Shukla, M., Crafting the Future of Work in India: Towards a Socially Relevant HR. In Pritam Singh, Jyotsana Bhatnagar, and Asha Bhandarkar (Eds) Future of Work: Mastering Change. New Delhi, Excel Books, 2006.

          5.Shukla, M, Revisiting Knowledge: where is the knower in Knowledge management. In Udai Pareek, Aahad M Osman-Ghani, S Ramnarayan and TV Rao (Eds.) Human Resource Development in Asia: Trends and Challenges. New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co, 2002.

          6.Shukla, M, Strategising research for technological innovation, Productivity, 1998, 39(2), 204-210. 

          7.Shukla, M, Corporate strategy as a competitive advantage, Indian Management, 1995(January),11-28. 
           
          8.Shukla, M, The learning edge: Building capabilities for competitive advantages. In K B Akhilesh, L Prasad and P Singh (Eds.) Evolving Performing Organisations through People. New Delhi: New Age International Publishers, 1995. 

          9.Shukla, M, Building corporate culture for transformation, Productivity, 1994, 35(3), 419-428. 

          10.Shukla, M, Corporate failures: Why organisations fail to learn, Productivity, 1994, 34(4), 629-639. 

          11.Shukla, M, Developing managerial creativity, Indian Journal of Training and Development, 1990 (May-Aug) 

          12.Shukla, M, Managerial stress experiences: A survey, Productivity, 1990, 30(4), 402-408. 

          13.Shukla, M, The Innovator and the Mandarin, ASCI Journal of Management, 1989, 19(1), 16-27. 

          14.Shukla, M, Blocks to creativity, Excellence in Supervision, 1989 (Nov-Dec) 

          15.Shukla, M, What is creativity, Excellence in Supervision, 1989 (Sept-Oct) 

          16.Shukla, M, Productivity Agreements: Impact on Industrial Relations Scenario, ASCI Journal of Management, 1988, 18(1), 24-45. 

          17.Shukla, M, The creative individual: A study of organisational stereotypes, ASCI Journal of Management, 1987, 16(2), 161-179. 

          18.Shukla, M, Effective trainer: Some personality correlates, Productivity, 1986, 26(4), 343-348. (with Geeta Saxena) 

          19.Shukla, M, Tapping creativity in small groups, Management Review, 1986, 1, 41-45. 

          20.Shukla, M, Managing creative talents, Indian Management, 1985 (Feb), 1-7. 

          21.Shukla, M, Grievance management:Concept and approach, Indian Management, 1982, 21(6), 16-18. 

          22.Shukla, M, Work alienation: Its attitudinal consequences on industrial workers, Indian Psychological Review, 1976, 13(2), 18-23. (with Purnima Agarwal)

          Scholarly Books

          1. Shukla, M, Developing Leadership in Global Era: HRD Perspectives and Initiatives (co-edited with Uma Jain & Udai Pareek). New Delhi: McMillan India, 2005.
          2. Shukla, M, Competing through Knowledge: Building a Learning Organisation. New Delhi, Response Books, Sage Publication, 1997
          3. Shukla, M, Understanding Organisations. New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of India, 1996
          4. Shukla, M, Productivity Agreements. New Delhi: National Productivity Council, 1984.

          Paper Presentations-Refereed

          1.Shukla, M, Landscape of Social Entrepreneurship in India. Paper presented in 3rd Research Colloquium on Social Entrepreneurship, June 27-29, 2010, Skoll Center for Social Entrepreneurship, Said Business School, University of Oxford.

          2. Shukla, M, Revisiting Knowledge: Wheres the Knower in Knowledge Management? Paper presented in 1st Asian HRD Conference, October 28-29, 2002, IIM Bangalore.

          3.Shukla, M, Internal Trainer: Some Role Dilemmas. Paper presented in the Annual Conference of Indian Society for Training & Development, Dec 1988, Hyderabad.

          4.Shukla, M, Social Scientist as the Change Agent: The Ethical Issues. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Indian Society of Applied Behavioural Science, June 1988, Jaipur.

          5.Shukla, M, Productivity Agreements: The Indian Experience. Theme Paper presented at the Workshop on Productivity Agreements, organized by National Productivity Council, May 4-5 1983, Mumbai.

          6.Shukla, M, Work Alienation among Industrial Workers. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, Dec 27-29, 1976, IIT Kharagpur.

          Key note presentation

          1.Alliances for Service-Learning: Extending the Links to Social Enterprises. 7th Annual Service-Learning Seminar, organized by Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan, March 18, 2011.

          2.Development and Governance. Development Summit, organized by Central University of Bihar, March 11-12, 2011.

          3.Past, Present and Future of Social Entrepreneurship in India. 1st Social Entrepreneurship Convention: iPreneur, organized by Tata Institute of Social Sciences, February 11-12, 2011.

          4.HR as a Profit Center. 34th ISTD National Convention, organized by ISTD, January 29-31, 2004

          5.Role of HRD in Knowledge Management. CII HR Convention, November 27-28, 2003, Kolkata.

          6.Transformational Leadership: From Personal Trait to Organisational Process. Eastern India Leadership Summit, organized by NHRD and ISTD, January 17-18, 2003, Kolkata.

          7.Role of Human Resource Development in Knowledge Management. 1st Asian HRD Conference, IIM Bangalore, October 28-29, 2002

          8.Two Faces of Knowledge Management. QAI Colloquium Series on Knowledge Management, July 14-15 2001, Bangalore.

          9.Competitive Economy, Competent People: What do they mean for the HR Professionals. Annual Conference of NIPM (Southern Regional Chapter) on Competitive Economy, Competent People, November 24-25, 2000, Mysore.

          10.Learning Orgnisations: Need, Models and Options. National Convention on Meeting HRD Challenges of 21st Century, organized by National HRD Network, August 21-23, 1999, Jaipur.

          Published articles in newspapers/magazines

          1.Shukla, M, Making of Social Entrepreneurs, Small Change, 2007 (January), 32-35.

          2.Shukla, M, Future of Work & Employment in India, Small Change, 2006 (October).

          3.Shukla, M., Megafunds and Development, Small Change, 2006 (August),

          4.Shukla, M, Revisiting Bottom of the Pyramid, 2006 (June-July), Small Change, 35.

          5.Shukla, M, Making of HR the Wannbe, Human Capital, 2003 (June), 22-24

          6.Shukla, M, Cross-Cultural Differences in Business Environment, Human Capital, 2002 (November)

          7.Shukla,M,Knowledge Workers:Implications for HR Practices, Business Standard, 2000(March 28), 5.

          8.Shukla, M, (Un)learning about Job and Work, Business Today, 2000 (Jan 7-21), 141.

          9.Shukla, M, Empowering intrapreneurship, Business Today, 1997 (Oct 7-21), 141.

          10.Shukla, M, Miracle cure, Praxis Business Line, 1997 (March), 6-11.

          11.Shukla, M, Learning to learn, Praxis Business Line, 1996 (December), 18-25.

          12.Shukla, M, Four-fold flattening, Business Today, 1996 (Sept 7-21), 206.

          13.Shukla, M, Harnessing personal creativity, Business India, 1987 (Feb 9-21), 89-91.

          14.Shukla, M, Demythifying corporate innovativeness, Business India, 1986, June 30

          15.Shukla, M, Interpreting corporate reality, Business India, 1986, Dec 30-Jan 12, 89-90.

          16.Shukla, M, Productivity Bargaining, The Hindustan Times, 1985 (January 26).

          17.Shukla, M. Womanpower: The Underutilised Resource, The Hindustan Times, 1984 (Dec. 20).

          OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

          Co-ordinating/Organizing Workshop/Conferences /MDPs

          1.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the National Conference on Social Entrepreneurship, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 held at XLRI Jamshedpur.

          2.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the 5th National HR Conference: Bridging the Gap, January 28-29, 2006.

          3.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the 4th National HR Conference: HR Confluence, December 20-21, 2003

          4.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the 3rd National HR Conference on Emerging Trends in HR: Practices & Options, December 22-23, 2001

          5.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the 2nd National HR Conference on Transformations in HR: The Benchmaks, December 18-19, 1999

          6.Conference Coordinator/Organiser for the 1st National HR Conference on Best Practices in HR,December 13-14, 1997

          7. MDP Coordinator, XLRI Jamshedpur, 1991-93.8.External Linkages Coordinator, XLRI Jamshedpur, 1997-98, 2005-9.Alumni Coordinator, XLRI Jamshedpur, 1999-2000, 2005-09

          Membership of Professional Bodies

          1.Member, Livelihood India Advisory Group, Access Development Services. 2010

          2.Member of Academic Board, School of Management and Labour Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.

          3.President, National HRD Network (Eastern Region), 2008 - 2010

          4.Member of Advisory Council of University Network for Social Entrepreneurship.

          5.Past-Member of Academic Board, Narsi Munji Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai.

          6.Member of Expert Panel of the Public Enterprise Selection Board for the Study of Competencies of CEOs, 2002.

          7.Lead Assessor for Indian NGO Awards, 2007, 2008 & 2009.

          8.Former Member of Academic Council of Academy of HRD, India.

          9.Professional Member of Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science (ISABS), India.