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    Mm Bagali, PhD, Publication, Research, PhD HR HRM Mm Bagali, PhD, Publication, Research, PhD HR HRM Document Transcript

    • 1List of Paper Publicationsdr m m bagaliAICTE Career Awardee in HRD (Young Scientist Award in Management)(Professor of Human Resources Management) Published … 87 In Press … 03 Revision … 02 Communicated … 04 (One Research paper AWARDED as ISTD Best Research paper for the year, 2001 and One as Best Case Study, 2004) Endorsement on the Work XLRI Editor, when published in XLRI-Management and Labour Studies Journal The article printed below is a truly extraordinary example of employee empowerment. The methods followed by the organisation studied would be considered revolutionary anywhere in the world and even more so in India. Infact, one sometimes wonders how the whole effort did not end in chaos. The company has apparently succeeded in developing a work force and a leadership almost devoid of the foibles of most other humans. (Printed on the Article XLRI-Management and Labour Studies, 26,2,April, 2001, pp.109-119) David Ang, MSHRI Executive Director, Singapore Human Resources Institute, Singapore A Talk to Senior Practising HR Managers of Singapore The presentation (your paper) was informative and interesting. They have learned insights on the aspects and benefits of employee empowerment. The talk was timely, as organizations have to give their employees both authority and responsibility to inspire renewed commitment, innovation and initiative. th (19 Sep, 2003 / Through Personal Letter) Executive Director, Indian Journal of Training and Development, ISTD, India The article published in the area of Empowerment in ISTD has been adjudged as the Best Paper published during the year-2001. Kindlly accept our Heartiest Congratulations. (22July, 2002 / Through Personal Letter) ♣ Publication page 1
    • 2 1. First PhD work in the area of Industrial Accidents, Social Work Department, Karnatak University, Dharwad, Karnataka State, 1991-1995 2. Second PhD work in the area of Workers EMPOWERMENT, MBA- Management Department, KIMS, Karnatak University, Dharwar, Karnataka State, 2008Published 1) Bagali, M M “Accident prevention strategy: A educational manual”, Haryana Labour Journal, XX111 (1), Jan-Mar 1992,pp. 13-18 2) Bagali, M M & NAG “Accident prevention through Workers participation: Lessons from aboard”, Haryana Labour Journal, XX111 (2), Apr-June 1992,pp. 6-8 3) Bagali, M M & NAG “Workers participation in Accident Prevention: Lessons from aboard”, Haryana Labour Journal, XX111 (3), July-Sep 1992,pp. 11-14 4) Bagali, M M & NAG “Workers participation in Accident prevention: Lessons from aboard”, Karnataka Labour Journal, XX1V (10), Oct 1992, pp. 3-9 5) Bagali, M M “Ergonomics science: its utilization in preventing Accidental injuries at workplace”, Indian Journal of Social Research, XXXIV, (1), Jan-Mar 1993,pp. 27-33 6) Bagali, M M & NAG “Set up Safety audit this way…for preventing accidental injuries at workplace”, Haryana Labour Journal, XX1V (1), Jan-Mar 1993,pp. 5-12 7) Bagali, M M “Job hazard analysis: A practical road to Accident prevention”, Haryana Labour Journal, XX1V (2), Apr-June 1992,pp. 7-9 Publication page 2
    • 38) Bagali, M M “Accident proneness: still a concern for Psychologist”, Indian Psychological Review, 40 (5-6), May-June 1993,pp. 22-269) Bagali, M M “Job hazard analysis: A practical road to Accident prevention”, Karnataka Labour Journal, XXV11 (6), June 1993, pp. 3-1010) Bagali, M M & NAG “An Experimental application in investigating Industrial Accidents: some methodical consideration”, Indian Journal of Social Research, XXXIX (2), June 1993,pp. 101-10511) Bagali, M M “Managing Accidents through Safety initiatives”, XLRI- Management & Labour Studies, 18(3), July 1993,pp. 155-16412) Bagali, M M & NAG “Minor Industrial accidents and Major Psychological trauma: Cryptotrauma A Clinical perceptive”, APRC The Asian Journal of Psychology and Education, 26 (5-6), July-Aug 1993,pp. 6-913) Bagali, M M & NAG “Ergonomics: An approach to work-place design for effective Accident prevention”, Haryana Labour Journal, XX1V (3), Oct-Dec 1993 pp.9-1314) Bagali, M M “Managing Accidents through Safety initiatives”, CBWE Workers Education, Dec 1993,pp. 17-2715) Bagali, M M & NAG “Occupational Noise: Induced loss of hearing and injuries at work-place”, XLRI- Management & Labour Studies, 19(1), Jan 1994,pp. 42-4916) Bagali, M M & LRB “Workers participation in Management: A Conceptual frame work”, XLRI- Management & Labour Studies, 19(2), April 1994,pp. 91-9817) Bagali, M M “Occupational Ergonomics: The science of man-machine interface”, Publication page 3
    • 4 XLRI- Management & Labour Studies, 19(3), July 1994,pp. 129-13818) Bagali, M M “Accident Proneness: A conceptual analysis”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXV (3), July-Sep 1994, pp.19-2019) Bagali, M M “Engineering accidents through Personal protective equipments”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXV1 (1), Jan-Mar 1995,pp. 14-1520) Bagali, M M “Better investment in job training can reap great dividends in reducing injuries at workplace ”, Indian Journal of Social Research, XXXVI (1&2), Jan-July 1995, pp. 53-6121) Bagali, M M “Workers participation in Accident prevention & Safety promotion”, XLRI- Management & Labour Studies, 20(2), April 1995, pp. 100-10622) Bagali, M M “Instructional aids for effective Accident prevention and Safety promotion”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXIV (2), April –June 1995, pp.19-2023) Bagali, M M “Psychological cause for Occupational Accident: A qualitative analysis”, Jl of Education and Psychology, 53 (1-2-3-4), April 1995 – March 1996, pp. 37-4024) Bagali, M M “Occupational Accidents”, CBWE Workers Education, June 1995,pp. 49-5125) Bagali, M M “Safety: A educational manual for Industrial Safety promotion: Theoretical approach”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXVI (3), July-Sep, 1995, pp. 9-1026) Bagali, M M “Supervisor out in front in preventing Work place accident and promoting safety: A key person”, Indian Journal of Social Science, XXXVI (3-4), July- Dec 1995, pp. 155-160 Publication page 4
    • 527) Bagali, M M “Occupational Ergonomics: An inter-disciplinary sciences for effective accident prevention at work-place”, Indian Journal of Social Science, XXXVI (3-4), July- Dec 1995, pp. 225-24228) Bagali, M M “Occupational Ergonomics”, Workers Education, Dec 1995,pp. 21-3129) Bagali, M M “Occupational Accidents cause much Social burden”, Journal of Community, Guidance & Research, 13(1), Jan 1996,pp. 61-6830) Bagali, M M “Accident prevention strategy: An Multi-disciplinary approach”, Karnataka Labour Journal, XXX (1-2), Jan-Feb 1996,pp. 2-431) Bagali, M M “Attitudinal assessment for Scientific Accident prevention: A way”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXVII (1), Jan-Mar 1996, pp.12-1432) Bagali, M M “Inspectorate office: Performing a key role”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXVII (2), April-June 1996, pp.15-1633) Bagali, M M “Occupational accident are produced by Social relation at workplace”, Indian Journal of Social Research, 37 (2) April-June 1996, pp. 87-9234) Bagali, M M & SSJ “Occupational Social Work in Industry: A way”, Indian Journal of Social Research, 37 (2) April-June 1996, pp. 149-15335) Bagali, M M “Psychological cause for Occupational Accident: A Qualitative Analysis”, APRC Indian Psychological Review, 46(5 & 6), May-June 1996,pp. 102-10536) Bagali, M M “After-math post-trauma due to Occupational Accident and injuries: A Need for prevention”, Indian Journal of Applied Psychology, 33(2), July 1996, p 101 Publication page 5
    • 637) Bagali, M M “Occupational Accidents: Analytical assessment reveal more than many causes”, Indian Journal of Social Research, 37 (3), July-Sep 1996, pp. 227-24338) Bagali, M M “Catastrophic post-trauma effect of Industrial Accident”, Journal of Community, Guidance & Research, 13(3), Sept 1996, pp. 251-25839) Bagali, M M “Exchange Programme: A new paradigm in disseminating information in Accident prevention & Safety promotion”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXVII (4), Oct-Dec 1996, pp. 7-840) Bagali, M M “Psychological factors for Occupational Accident: A qualitative analysis”, Indian Psychological review, 46(11-12), Nov-Dec 1996,pp. 232-23541) Bagali, M M “Occupational accident due to Shift work”, Journal of Community, Guidance & Research, 14(1), Jan 1997, pp. 59-6742) Bagali, M M “Industrial Workers: A key person in promoting safety at work-place”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXVIII (1), Jan -Mar 1997,pp 7-943) Bagali, M M “ Traumatic after-math of occupational accident: Need for prevention”, APRC Asian Journal of Psychology & Education, 30(3-4), Mar-Apr 1997,pp. 27-3244) Bagali, M M “Social burden due to Post-effect of occupational accidents & injuries: Need for Psycho-social rehabilitation”, Guru Nanak Jl of Sociology, XXVIII (1), April 1997, pp. 81-9645) Bagali, M M “Job factors in Occupational Accidents: Analytical observations reveal positive implication”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXVIII (2), April-June 1997, pp.9-11 Publication page 6
    • 746) Bagali, M M “Managing HR: Developing need based Empowered traits”, MSPI Management Review, 13(70), April- June 1997,pp. 16-1947) Bagali, M M, et al (3) “Delegated and shared responsibility: A versatile practice in managing Human resources”, MSPI Management Review, 11(61), May-June 1997, pp. 26-2948) Bagali, M M “Exchange Programme: A new way to educate workers”, CBWE Workers Education, June 1997, pp. 1-1349) Bagali, M M “Traumatic After-math of Occupational Accidents: Need for prevention”, APRC The Asian Jl of Psychology & Education, 30(3-4), June 1997, pp. 27-3250) Bagali, M M “Decentralize responsibility for better Accident prevention & Safety promotion”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXVIII (3), July- Sep 1997, pp. 9-1151) Bagali, M M “Exchange Programme: A new paradigm in disseminating information in Accident prevention & Safety promotion”, MSPI Management Review, 11(62), July-Aug 1997, pp. 27-2952) Bagali, M M, DAH & ABK “Managing change by workmen: A new direction”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXVIII (3), July- Sep 1997, pp. 13-1553) Bagali, M M “Delegated and shared responsibility can help prevent work place accidents and promote safety: Research results reveal positive implications”, Indian Journal of Social Research, 37 (4), Oct-Dec 1997, pp. 277-28154) Bagali, M M “Job factors in Occupational accidents: Analytical observations reveal positive implications ”, Indian Journal of Social Research, 38 (4), Oct-Dec 1997, pp. 307-313 Publication page 7
    • 855) Bagali, M M “Setting standards through Empowerment: A look at Women entrepreneurs”, MSPI Management review, 11(64), Nov-Dec 1997,pp. 38-4256) Bagali, M M “Occupational Accidents due to profound influence of in-build environment”, Journal of Community, Guidance & Research, 15 (1), Jan 1998, pp. 97–10657) Bagali, M M “A study of Occupational Stress as cause of Industrial accidents”, Indian Journal of Social Research, XXXIX (1), Jan-Mar 1998, pp. 81-8958) Bagali, M M “Workers participation in Accident prevention & Safety promotion: some observation and action for new social order at work place through democratic principles”, Indian Journal of Social Research, XXXIX (1), Jan-Mar 1998,pp. 1-1259) Bagali, M M “Sociological determinants in Occupational Accidents”, CBWE Workers Education, March 1998,pp. 34-3760) Bagali, M M “Supervisors Empowerment: A key person in prevention work place accident and promoting safety”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXIX (2), April-June 1998, pp. 15-1861) Bagali, M M “Negotiation: Bargaining strategies for Win-Win approach”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXIX (3), July –Aug 1998, pp. 19-2162) Bagali, M M, et al (3) “Group discussion: Need for Scientific approach”, MSPI Management Review, 12(69), Sep -Oct 1998,pp. 37-3963) Bagali, M M “Media Instructional aids for accident prevention & safety promotion: Scientific approach to develop and create”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXIX (4), Oct-Dec 1998, pp. 5-7 Publication page 8
    • 964) Bagali, M M “Top Boss: Managing workers effectively through systems approach”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX (2), April- June 1999, pp. 5-1165) Bagali, M M “The unsafe acts: Exploring the dark side of Human factors in Occupational Accidents”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX (3), July- Sep 1999, pp. 17-2366) Bagali, M M “Managing HR: Developing need based Empowered traits”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX (4), Oct- Dec 1999, pp. 5-967) Bagali, M M “Creativity in Organization: Psychological trait analysis”, APRC Indian Psychological Review, 54(1-2), Jan 2000,pp. 49-5468) Bagali, M M “Creating Organizational Culture through System approach”, CBWE Workers Education, June 2000, pp. 17-2069) Bagali, M M “Trauma care of Industrial Victims: Need for strategic approach for Labour Welfare”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX 1(2), April- June 2000, pp. 21-3070) Bagali, M M “Take care of Labour: Agenda for 21st Century”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX 1(3), July- Sep 2000, pp. 5-971) Bagali, M M “A Qualitative factor in Occupational Injuries: Preventive Work-place measures”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX 1(4), Oct-Dec, 2000, pp. 25-2872) Bagali, M M “Employee Empowerment: Renaissance Strategies for Creating High Performance organization ”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX 1(4), Oct-Dec, 2000, pp. 5-1573) Bagali, M M “Employee Empowerment: A New Strategy For Creating A High Performance Work Force”, Publication page 9
    • 10 XLRI- Management and Labour Studies, 26,2,April, 2001,pp.109-119 [With special C O M M E N T S on the article]74) Bagali, M M “More than Compensation payments, PSYCHO-SOCIAL Rehabilitation & Social support is must for Labour Welfare”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXXII (1), Jan – Mar, 2001,pp. 5-13 75) Bagali, M M “Empowerment: Creating strategies in managing HR for high performance” Behavioral Scientist, Aug, 2(2), 2002,pp. 113-120 76) Bagali, M M “Employee Empowerment: Global strategies in Managing HR for high performance”, ISTD-Indian Journal of Training and Development, XXXI (4) Oct-Dec, 2001,pp: 27-40 (Adjudged and Awarded as the BEST Research paper of the year, 2001) 77) Bagali, M M “Creating High Performance Workforce through Employee Empowerment: An Innovative HRD Approach”, The Business Review,8(1&2), March 2002,pp. 104-111 (University of Kashmir, India) 78) Bagali, M M “People centric Organisation-A Case of Empowered Employees”, Pratibimba, 2(1), Jan-June, 2002,pp.53-6679) Bagali, M M “Demystifying Empowered Culture: A Case of a practicing Organisation”, SAGE-Jl of Entrepreneurship, 11(1), Jan-June, 2002,pp. 33-5480) Bagali, M M “Empowered Employees”, Publication page 10
    • 11 Management Researcher, VIII (3 and 4), Jan-June 2002, pp. 13-2381) Bagali, M M “Creating A Winning Workforce Through Employee Empowerment: An Entrepreneurs Success Experiment in HR”, Amity Business Review, 4(1), Jan-June 2003,pp.57-67 (Also presented at High Profiled Regional HR Practitioners under the banner of SHRI-Singapore Human Resources Institute, at Singapore, 19 Sep, 2003)82) Bagali, M M “Demystifying POWER of Empowerment: A Case of practicing Organisation”, NMIMS Management Review, XIV (1), Jan-June, 2003,pp.26-4283) Bagali, M M “Wining Workforce through Employee Empowerment: A Case of People Centric Organisation”, SEDME, 30(2), June 2003, pp.1-2684) Bagali, M M “Creating HPWS through Employee Empowerment: The Case of Practising Organisation”, AMDISA – SAJM, 10(4), Oct, 2003,pp.50- 5784) Bagali, M M “A Model of Employee Empowerment: A Case of Practising Organisation”, GITAM Jl of Management, 2(1), January-June, 2004,pp.60-7785) Bagali, M M Organisation of Tomorrow: A Global HRD Model, Udayvani Special Supplement, Sponsored by HR Foundation, Bangalore, July 200486) Bagali, M M An Organisationwide HRD approach for building future Workforce, Udayvani Special Supplement, Sponsored by HR Foundation, Bangalore, July 200487) Bagali, M M Publication page 11
    • 12 Being Interviewed: How to make a favorable first Impression, Udayvani Special Supplement, Sponsored by HR Foundation, Bangalore, July 200488) Bagali, M M Get the Right Stuff before the ‘I’ day, Udayvani Special Supplement, Sponsored by HR Foundation, Bangalore, July 2004In Press . • 02 Research papers, all in the Lead National JournalCommunicated . • 02 papers communicated at Repute Management JournalRevision . • 03 with minor change INDEXED Name & Articles are Indexed and cited in lead National Referred Periodicals Library, Ministry of Labour, Govt of India, India ICSSR - Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi NIRD - National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad SRC - IJIR- Indian Journal of Industrial Relation, New Delhi Publication page 12
    • 13XLRI - Management & Labour Studies, JamshedpurILJ - Indian Labour Journal, ShimlaISTD - Indian Society of Training & Development, New DelhiSEDME - Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprise, Govt. of India, andNASSIC alert Reach me for Research Work M M Bagali, PhD Professor of Strategic HRM, Brand Ambassador, Asian HR Board, India sanbag@rediffmail.com / sanbagsanbag@rediffmail.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/mmbagali sanbag@rediffmail.com sanbagsanbag@rediffmail.com Publication page 13