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  1. 1. w.e.l.c.o.m.eresearch in JAIN universitybuilding opportunities for research r ese a r c h
  2. 2. management research in india: current status and future directions r sanjay bagali, phde professor of strategic HRM, Brand Ambassador, Asian HR Board, India sanbag@rediffmail.com / sanbagsanbag@rediffmail.coms http://www.linkedin.com/in/mmbagalie a r Jain University, Research program. All rights Reserved c h
  3. 3. a.g.e.n.d.a r management research in indiae the future map jain university : the rubricss the DNA for best worke a r c h
  4. 4. high concernqualitycontextrelevancerigorcutting edgeteachers research competency
  5. 5. voiced…..hon. jairam rameshcentral environment minister– iit/iim faculty not world class ndtv 2012
  6. 6. r present status: a snap shotese a r c h
  7. 7. financial times journal40 Top tier US/Western Journalsstandard
  8. 8. writing for the audiencefeedbackcontext
  9. 9. top indian journalsstatus
  10. 10. impact factorreview
  11. 11. reinventing the wheelquestioned
  12. 12. research value / equitystakeholdersgovernmentmanagersceostudents
  13. 13. significant energies towards researchcountry perceptive
  14. 14. inadequate trainingharvard business school summer class
  15. 15. interest level/ passion1-2 years collect data
  16. 16. eco-system supportguidescholarshipprojectspost-doctoral
  17. 17. conceptual framework at universal levellocalnationalinternational
  18. 18. read and heardcitations
  19. 19. national industry base dataorigin from you
  20. 20. relevancecontextual
  21. 21. multi approachcan i bring 5 domain into my work
  22. 22. influence business community/ b-school / education sectorpolicy change
  23. 23. imitationdoes world follow our work
  24. 24. build program from research outcome??developed a program
  25. 25. r the future: indian management researchese a r c h
  26. 26. question no 1should scholars interested in india take US/ western theoriesas basis and generalize them to Indiaorshould they develop new indigenous theories
  27. 27. question no 2should Indian management research use the US/westernmodel, and measuring and rewarding research productivitythe assessment factor
  28. 28. question no 3should we publish overseas / indian journals
  29. 29. question no 4have we created a critical mass of management students inIndia
  30. 30. r some ways to go aheadese a r c h
  31. 31. research community
  32. 32. papers published with high impact quality
  33. 33. solutions for practitioners
  34. 34. debate / debate / debate
  35. 35. participation in lead conference
  36. 36. global dialogue participation
  37. 37. NetworkCIINASSCOMNHRD NetworkNIPMFICCIIT ForumSHRMStrategic Group of Indiaand many more
  38. 38. research in JAIN universitybuilding opportunities for research r ese a r c h
  39. 39. we nurture, we celebrate
  40. 40. strong eco support system
  41. 41. infrastructural support
  42. 42. our hr system– selection– socialization– reward
  43. 43. base line data of research interests
  44. 44. want to be read at lead journals
  45. 45. robust / relevant / rigorous
  46. 46. mentoring and hand holding
  47. 47. few quick outcomes • developing course • models in books • executive program • training • consultancy • workshop
  48. 48. jain university journal………..aventurepariprashna
  49. 49. strategic leadsprojects preparationscholarshipbest financial sources
  50. 50. Projects – ICSSR – AICTE – UGC – IIAS – AMDISA – Ford Foundation – ………
  51. 51. r the DNA for the smart and best research workese a r c h
  52. 52. 2 hrs/dayvisit librarytalk to peopleparticipate in conference – state level – india – asia – asia-pacific – than………
  53. 53. brand around you
  54. 54. area wise journals
  55. 55. institute contribution• IIT• IIM• ISB• XLRI• TISS• Universities• etc……..
  56. 56. HBSMichigan Business SchoolUniversity of Southern CaliforniaLondon Business SchoolWharton Business School
  57. 57. Research – Leads Membership is free and open to research scholars• Bank of potential research topics available online• Access to the globally renowned EBSCO Elite - Online database of Management journals• Access to the CMIE – Prowess online Database• Access to the CMIE – States online Database• Access to several high quality hard copies of journals• Each member is provided with two library cards• Access to CRISIL Industry Reports• Access to bound volumes of previous research journals• Access to a high quality Research Library• “Online Web OPAC” will enable search for books and journals even from the comfort of scholars’ homes through internet.
  58. 58. r so, where do we go from here…………ese a r c h
  59. 59. t.h.a.n.k y.o.u
  60. 60. get connected r B r a n d A m b a s s a d o r, Asian HR Board, Indiae sanbag@rediffmail.com / sanbagsanbag@rediffmail.coms mm.bagali@jainuniversity.ac.ine a http://www.linkedin.com/in/mmbagali r c h
  61. 61. Vision@2020 Management ProgramAcademic Rich Teacher
  62. 62. What makes Teacher “Academic Rich”International Travels Courses Taken / Awards / Fellowships/Visiting Assignment(s)/ ConsultancySponsored Projects / Patents / Scholarships Paperspublished / Journal Editorial Board / Post Doctoral / DoctoralWork PhD Guidship
  63. 63. MOU’s executed / On Board Member / Advisory Capacity / “Chair” Professor / Statutory Body in UniversityAICTE Career / International Conference Grants / SeminarGrantsAIMA - AMT Certified in India
  64. 64. Air India BOLT Award Best Teacher , Represent India atSingapore with Full expenses by Air IndiaIIAS Associateship for 3 years Financial Support FellowSenior FellowAMDISA Post Doctoral FellowshipICSSR Study Grants Partial AssistancePost Doctoral Projects / PhD Publications
  65. 65. UGC ProjectsNPO / APO Projects to travel AboardInternational ILO / WHOAwards Prestige Institute PhD AwardWorld HR Award ISTD / ISTE- NHRD Best Paper
  66. 66. Forums MTHR NHRD SHRM NIPM Strategic ManagementForum of IndiaMembership AIMA ISTD NHRD BMA
  67. 67. The Course Structure r Research in Managementese a r c h
  68. 68. course structureCourse Contact Hours Nature Grading ClearingResearch 60 Sessions 70+30 35+15=50MethodologyCore Paper in 60 Sessions 70+30 35+15=50ManagementSpecialization 60 Discussion with 70+30 35+15=50paper 1 Guide/ 8( related to Work) modulesSpecialization 60 Discussion with 70+30 35+15=50paper 2 Guide/8( related to modulesManagement/ HR-Fin-Mkt)Total 4 courses 240 hours 200+
  69. 69. PhD programCourse work Sep 2012 to Mar 2013Exams Mar 2013Review of Literature Mar to July 2013Pre PhD presentation Aug-Sep 2013Get Registered and confirmedWork starts 2 yearsExtension 1 year3 years + 1 year extension
  70. 70. M.Phil programCourse work Sep 2012 to Mar 2013Exams Mar 2013Review of Literature Mar to July 2013M.Phil presentation Aug-Sep 2013Award of M.Phil1 year + 1 year extension
  71. 71. Pointers• Clear the exams (course work)• Clear Pre PhD presentation• Progress Report once in 6 months• Publication 2 in repute journals• Skill Development Sessions• Clear Fees• Participate in research program events (80%)• Called for making presentation for students at all campus
  72. 72. ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (OD)August 2012 Batch…….8th Oct, 2012 to March, 2013 / 60 hrs each paper
  73. 73. Your future begins today

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