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  1. 1. . .Academic Information of Dr. M M Bagali, PhD PhD in Management 5 Star NAAC University of India PhD in Social Work-HR area 5 Star NAAC University of India Brand Ambassador, AHRBAsian HR Board Fellowship Awardee 1
  2. 2. Personal Portfolio Dr. M M Bagali, PhD – HR area FDP – Mgt- XLRIPhD in Social Work (area: HR); PhD in Management (area: HR) 16+ years of HR Teaching AICTE Career Awardee in HRD AIMA Accredited Management Teacher in HRD Book Paradise Best Teacher Award in Management Ideal Teacher Award Full Professor of Management Practices & Human Resources Ex-Director (i/c), KLE Society’s IMSR, MBA InstituteEx-Director, Chameli Devi Institute of Management and Research, Indore, India Ex- Dean, MBA program, and also HR Professor, IASMS, Blore, India Ex- Dean, MBA Programme, and also HR Professor, AIT- MBA Institutions, Blore Presently Dean, MBA program, New Horizon College of Engineering 2
  3. 3. . Dr. M M Bagali, PhDM M Bagali, PhD, is working as Full Professor of Managementand Human Resources. Presently, Dean, MBA program, and alsoHR Professor, NHCE-MBA Institutions, Blore, India. MBAprogram of Visveswaraiah Technological University - VTUaffiliated, Karnataka State.Done BA with Industrial Sociology and Applied Psychology(Organizational area) securing 7th Rank to the University andGold Medal; MSW (HRD), with first Rank and PhD (MSW /HRD area) and PhD in Management (HR), with Scholarship,from Karnatak University, Dharwad, Karnataka State, India. Hehad several National Scholarships for undertaking Researchwork. He is teaching for post-graduate MBA students in the areaof HR, HRM, OD, OB and Corporate Restructuring andLeadership since 1998 till date. Traveled to different countriesunder different academic and research assignments, whichincludes his recent aboard visit to Japan 2000, Thailand 2000,South Korea 2002, Hong Kong 2002, Singapore, 2003, Malaysia, 3
  4. 4. 2003 and Sri Lanka, 2003, Singapore 2008, Vietnam 2008, andDubai 2009. He was at AJOU University, Suwon, South Koreawith Management department for Post Doctoral work discussion.He has published more than 90 Research publications in refereedresearch journals. He keeps higher Research interests inEmpowerment, Cross Cultural area, HRD and HR strategies forcreating global organization. He has been awarded and honoredwith best Research paper publication of 2001 by ISTD.He also worked for his second Awarded Doctorate Degree(PHD) in Management Sciences - MBA in the HR area of E M P O WE R M E N T. To the credit, has one completed Major ICSSRresearch project and one AICTE (Both are Research organizationunder Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India).M M Bagali has also been awarded the AICTE Career award(Young Scientist Award) for his Research work onEmpowerment. He is honored with prestigious Associateship ofIIAS (2002-2006). He is trained at XLRI, Tatanagar 4
  5. 5. (Jamshedpur) in Management education area/FDP (XLRI isamongst the top 10 best Management institute in India among theodd 800-management institutes-2001). He has conducted variousmanagement development programs for varied professionals inEmpowerment, HRD and HRM area. He also has been Invitedand delivered series of special guest lecturer for Medical Officersat KMC-Karnatak Medical College, Hubli, Karnataka State underHealth and Family Welfare Training Institute and trained morethan 450+odd Medical Officers of Primary health center(s) infocused HRD & Leadership area. He has guided more than 150Academic Research projects of MBA student in the area of HRDand OB. He is LIFE member for more than 35 differentProfessional Organizations in India and Overseas. He has beenawarded the First BOLT-Best Teacher Award instituted by AirIndia-Deccan Herald and visited Singapore and addressed SHRISenior HR Managers. His teaching assignment presently includestaking courses in HR, OB, and Leadership for MBA students.Presently, Dean, MBA programme, NHCE, and also HR FullProfessor, Blore, India. 5
  6. 6. Academic Summary15 + years of teaching in Management / MBAareaResearch experience First PhD: 4 years experience (MSW) Second PhD: 9 years experience (Management) Post Doctoral: 7yearsPublished 80+ Research papers includingarticles2nd PhD work awarded in ManagementSciences/ HR area (MBA)Honored by AIMA-AMT as AccreditedManagement Teacher in HRD / HRM (Nationalrecognition as Management Teacher)Awarded with AICTE Young Teacher Awardwith Career AwardTraveled to different countries on academicassignmentBrand Ambassador, AHRBAsian HR Board Fellowship Awardee 6
  7. 7. Strength (as Self-Analyzed) All Territory Education in ENGLISH Trained exclusively in Management Educationat XLRI under FDP-Faculty Development Program,sponsored by AICTE Academically focused through PhD/PostDoctoral and Collaborations Academically very sound pipeline… Rank/ GoldMedal/ Scholarship/ Fellowships/ 2nd PhD/ NET (S) /Career Award/ Research Projects completed AIMA- Accredited Management Teacher in HRand OB, a National Recognition by Professionalbody … All India Management Association Well defined Network of Academicians andResearchers globally Consultancy in the HR area at Macro level 7
  8. 8. Achievementsas HRM and OB faculty Air India – Deccan Herald Award for Best Teacher – BOLT XLRI Published Research Paper with Special Comments ISTD Awarded as the BEST Research paper for the year, 2001 AIMA Selected and Honored as AMT- Accredited Management Teachers (prestigious Recognition) 2nd PhD in Management (Life Time Achievement), HRM area 2nd Position in National Case Writing Competition 2004, IMIS, HR area AICTE Awarded AICTE Career Award for Young Teachers, Young Scientist Status, HR area Addressed Senior HR Managers of SHRI – Singapore Human Resources Institute APO Sponsored a visit to Japan, International event WHO Sponsored by to attend an International Event, South Korea Visited Ajou University and had discussion with Management Professor Dr Yoon, Suwon, S Korea 8
  9. 9. SIM – Visited Singapore Institute of Management, Interacted withFacultyParticipated in WORLD ConferenceAddressed 480+ Doctors in HR, Management and Leadership areaResearch Papers and Articles lead Journals, HR areaOverseas visits on different academic assignmentCEDOK– Addressed Senior Govt Officers of Industry DepartmentProfessional Association – More than 30 Life AffiliationsS-NET – Cleared National Eligilibility Test opting HRM /HRD areaAMDISA – Published Case Study in repute Asia journalIIAS – Awarded Associateship of IIAS, Shimla, HR area Advanced Certification in HR of CAMI and AHRBFELLOWSHIP PROGRAM (Full Scholarship). CAMI-Carlton Advanced Management Institute, USA Brand Ambassador, AHRBAsian HR Board Fellowship Awardee 9
  10. 10. [cv] Dr. M M Bagali, PHD AICTE Career Awardee in HRD First AIR India BOLT Award for Best Teachers AIMA Accredited Management Teacher in HRD Book Paradise Best Teacher Award (Professor of Management Practices & Human Resources) Res Inst Father: c/- M.P.Bagali, Full Professor and Dean, MBA Ex- Registrar, Vish.Tech.Uni, Management Practices and HR, “Santrupti”, 8th cross, Horizon Group, Kalyannagar, MBA Program, Dharwad 580 007, NHCE-MBA Bangalore, Karnataka State, India. Karnataka State, India Tel …0091-0836 2446313 Cel …… 09880986979PersonalOccupation : Education, Research, Training, ConsultancyPassport : Indian passport holderHighest Degree : Doctor of Philosophy-PhDEmail : sanbag@rediffmail.comLanguage skill : English, Hindi, KannadaMedium of Instruction: English (all territory education)Education1982 SSLC / X 67.2% Karnataka Education Board, Karnataka, India1986 PUC-11/X11 65.2% Pre –University Board, Karnataka, India1989 B.A [aggregate] 73.2% Karnatak University, Dharwad, Karnataka, India1991 MSW [HRD] 65.2% Karnatak University, Dharwad, Karnataka, India1995 1 PhD [MSW/HRD] Karnatak University, Dharwad, Karnataka, India Related area: HRD (Ph.D. Registered August 1991/ Awarded July 1995)2008 2 PhD [Management] Karnatak University, Dharwad, IndiaRelated area: HRD (Dec 1997 – Awarded 2008)1997-98 FDP-XLRI Management and HR# Karnatak University, Dharwad, Karnataka, India, is an “A” Grade university, accredited byNAAC, the official organisation in India to accredit University. 10
  11. 11. Academic Experience.Experience Details Duration Name of InstituteTeaching Lecturer 25 months KLS-IMER Inst, Belgaum Sr.Lecturer 34 months KLE-IMSR Inst, Hubli Asst Prof 62 months+ KLE-IMSR Inst, Hubli Professor/ i-c/Director 1.1/2 years+ KLE-IMSR Inst, Hubli Professor / Director 1 year- 3 months CIMR / Indore, India Dean / Professor August 2009 – Feb 2010 IASMS / Karnataka / India Dean / Professor March 2010 – Aug 2010 AIT-MBA/ Karnataka / India Dean/Professor Aug 2010- Sep2010 AIGS-PG/ Karnataka / India Dean-Professor Sep 2010 – Till Date NHCE// Karnataka / IndiaResearch Research Officer 06 months JSS-IER, Dharwad (Central Govt) Doctoral Scholar 48 months MSW dept, Karnatak University Post Doctoral 60 months Projects (AICTE/ICSSR) Doctoral Student 74 months Mgt dept, Karnatak UniversityPost Doctoral ICSSR project 1996-2002 Management Sciences/ Labour AICTE project 1998- 2003 Management Sciences/ Labour 11
  12. 12. Professional work profile (present to past) . .Institute Year Title NHCE- 1. NHCE-MBA Sep 2010- till date 2010- Dean/ Professor, HR area 2 AIT-MBA March 2010- Sep 2010 Dean/ Professor, HR area 3. IASMS August 2009 – March 2010 Dean / Professor, HR area 4. Chameli Devi Institute May 2008 – July 2009 Director, PGDM / MBA program of Mgt / Research 5. Kles’s Institute of January 2006- May 2008 Professor, HR area/ i-c Director, MBA Management Studies/ Research [i-c Director from July 2006 – May 2008] july 2001- Jan 2006 Assistant Professor, HRD / HRM, OB sep 1998-july 2001 Senior Faculty, HRD, HRM,OB 6. KLS Institute of aug1996-sep1998 Lecturer, HRD, HRM, OB Mgt Edu / Res 7. JSS Economic jan 1996-july1996 Research Officer (central govt funded) Research Inst also: PhD student at Management Science Dept, Karnatak University, from 1997- 2008; Visiting Faculty at various Management Institutes; Research Councils; Training Organisation; Business Houses; Professional Organisation; business councilAcademic Honors 1, Secured First Class with Distinction [73.2%], Bachelor’s Degree Exams, 1989 11, Secured 7th Rank to the University, Bachelor’s Degree Examination, 1989 111. Secured First Rank, Department of Social Work, HRD stream, KUD, 1989-91 1V.Qualified NET – Lectureship, conducted by the Karnataka State Govt, [sub: Social Work] accredited by UGC, Delhi, opting HRD, IR / PM stream, 1993-94 V University Studentship for PhD work (Scholarship), 1991-1994 VI. Awarded First PhD work in Social Work/HRD area, KUD, July 1995 VII. Awarded Second PhD work in Management Sciences (HR area), KUD, March 2008 KUD: Karnatak University, Dharwad, Karnataka State, India 12
  13. 13. Awards & Scholarships. a. Awarded Gold Medal for standing First to University in Sociology, 1989 b. Awarded National Open Merit Scholarship, 1988-89 c. Awarded University Research Studentship, Research work, KUD, 1991-94 d. Awarded ICSSR Study Grant Fellowship, Research work, Delhi 1992 e. Awarded ICSSR Partial Assistance Fellowship, Research work, Delhi 1993 f. Awarded ICSSR Consultancy and Guidance service assistantship, Bombay 1994 g. Awarded AICTE Career Award for Young Teachers, Delhi 1998 h. Awarded IIAS Associateship, 2000-2004 [3 years] i. ISTD Best Research paper award for 2001, published in IJTD j. The first AIR India BOLT Award for Best Teachers, 2003 (a visit to Singapore) k. Honored with AIMA – as Accredited Management Teacher, 2004, Personnel Management- HRD l. Runners-Up, National Level Case Competition IMIS-Institute of Management & information science Vivekananda Marg, Bhubaneswar, Orissia, 2004 m. Book Paradise Best Teacher Award, 2006 n. Vishwa Veerasiah Award for Teachers, 2008 o. Kashi Sasha Shastri Award for Teachers, 2008 p. Scholarship of Vimala Sanker Memorial and MEC scholarship Holders q. Best PhD Thesis Award, Prestige Institute, Dewas, MP, 2011 ICSSR = Indian Council of Social Science Research AICTE = All India Council for Technical Education IIAS = Indian Institute of Advanced Studies ISTD = Indian Society for Training and Development BOLT = Broad Outlook-Learner Teacher AwardTeaching and Research areas . . • Human Resources Development-HRD (Advance Theory) • International Human Resources Management- HRM • Human Resources Management- HRM (Organization Application) • Organizational Behavior-OB / Organizational Effectiveness • Empowerment and Leadership • International Human Resources Management (IHRM) 13
  14. 14. HUMAN RESOURCE Competency. Teaching Advanced HRD for more than ten years for Post Graduate students (mba program). Held Consultancy in HRD / HRM area. Also published several Research papers in HR area, with Best Research Paper Award and Best Case Paper Award at National Level. Also talked and addressed International HR Managers at Singapore as core Speaker for the day. Doctoral and Post Doctoral experience with nine and seven years. Has PhD in Management Sciences in the area of HR from 5 Star NAAC University of IndiaProfessional Training . • ICSSR sponsored SPSS+ PC program, TISS, Bombay, April – May 1994 • Trained at XLRI, Jamshedpur, AICTE sponsored FDP, 1997-1998 (in Management Education in the field of HRD/HRM, OB) • Attended MDP at BDPC, Belgaum, Nov 1997 • Participated in Research Methods in Labour Economics, Dr V V Giri National Labour Institute, Ministry of Labour, Noida, Dec 1997 • Attended MDP at KIMS, Karnatak University, Dharwad, Jan 1998 • Attended MDP organized by XIME and ISTD, Bangalore, Feb 1998 • Attended MDP under Aim Insights HRD Group, Mangalore, Dharwad, Feb 1998 • Attended MDP at BDPC, Belgaum, Aug 1998 • Attended MDP at IIS’c, Bangalore, Sep 1998 • Attended MDP, organized by XIME, Bangalore, Nov 1998 • Attended MDP by Eric Frank, Professor from UK University, KIMS on Relevance of HRD in Industry, Nov 1998 • Attended MDP organized by BMA, Bangalore, May 1999 • Attended MDP organized by Center for Human Potential Development, Bangalore, Oct 1999 • Trained under International course on Injury control, sponsored by IIT-D, WHO and Swedish agency, March 2000 • Organized at 5th WORLD conference in Injury prevention, an Round table session, March 2000 (out of ICSSR project) • Sponsored & attended Asia Business Venture 2000, Osaka, Japan, Sep 2000 • Attended Leadership summit, Centre for Change Management, Mumbai, Dec, 2000 • Visited Management department, AJOU University, Suwon, South Korea and had interaction with the Management faculty, March, 2002 • QIP at TAPMI, October, 2002 • Attended FDP of AIMA - AICTE workshop in Case Writing, Bangalore, 2004 • Attended 9th international HRD Network Conference, IIS’c, Bangalore, 2004 • Attended Bangalore HR Summit, Institute of HRD, Bangalore, 2004 • Attended Inst. Building workshop, IIPM-AIMS, July, Bangalore, 2004 • QIP- SHRM, TAPMI, October, Manipal, 2005 14
  15. 15. Research Publication . 1) Research Papers 2) Seminar papers Published [ 92 ] Attended [12 ]‫ط‬ Accepted/Press [ 00 ] Accepted [ 45 ] Revision [ 02 ] Presented [ 20 ] Communicated [ 01 ] Revision [ - ] Final Draft [ - ] To be Presented [ - ]  Includes WORLD Conference at Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, and Dubai‫ط‬ (All the publications are related to HRD / HRM / OB field)‫ط‬Chaired a session on Case Study, International Conference on Technology and BusinessManagement (ICTBM 09), jointly organized by AlGhurair University and International Forum ofManagement Scholars (INFOMS), held on March 29-April 01, 2009, at Dubai.INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE and Recent Overseas Visit. . . 15
  16. 16. Advanced Certification in HR of CAMIand AHRB FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMSecured Full Scholarship of Vimala Sanker Memorial and MEC scholarshipHolders"GLOBAL CERTIFICATIONS" from CAMI (Carlton Advanced Management Institute-US)Certified Recruitment Analyst (CRA) MeritCertified Learning and Development Professional (CLDM) High HonorsCertified Trainer and Facilitator (CTF) MeritCompensation and Benefit certifications (CCBM) DistensionCertified Psychometric Test Professional (CPTP) To AppearCertified Scorecard Professional (CScP) To AppearCertified Assessment Center Analyst (CACA) To AppearCertified Performance Analyst (CPA)Certified Sourcing Professionals (CSP)Certified Program in Employment Law (CPEL)Certified Retention and Engagement Professional (CREP)Thesis and Publication preparationAcademic Invitation. . .. Invited as Guest Lecturer, PG Diploma Degree in IR & PM under Rajendra Bhavan’s diploma program in KLS School of Business Management, Belgaum, Karnataka, 1996 – 1998 [now as Regular Visiting faculty] Invited by Labour Commissioner and Editor, Haryana Labour Journal, Chandigarh, for regular contribution of articles in Haryana Labour Journal (By Letter). Invited by Managing Editor, J1. of Community, Guidance and Research, Chennai, for regular contribution of articles (By Invitation). Invited and delivered Lecturer under Prime Minister Rojgar Yojana for Young Entrepreneurs of Belgaum District, Karnataka, Oct 1996, 1997 Chaired a Seminar Scientific session at 3rd National Conference of PLAI, Sri.Venkateshwara University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, Oct 1997 Invited as Resource person at 25th International Congress of Occupational Safety & Health, Dusseldorf, Germany, Nov 1997 (with Honorarium). 16
  17. 17. Invited and delivered Guest Lecturer for Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (HPC)Employees, Belgaum, Jan 1997 & Jan 1998 Visiting Faculty, HR, OD / IR stream, Kousali Institute of Management Studies(KIMS), KUD, for senior Management students, handling OD full stream, 1999 Invited Guest Lecturer, on HRD related areas, for Young Entrepreneur, under NorthernKarnataka Small Industries, 1998, 1999 Examiner, VTU-MBA written exams, 1997,1998,1999, 2000; prepared question bank,VTU-MBA entrance exams, 1999, Paper setter, 2005, 2006 Had been to Osaka, Japan under APO program, Sep, 2000. Visited also Thailand (Bangkok) Visited South Korea to present a paper at 1st Asian regional Conference on SafeCommunities, Feb 2002, Suwon (sponsored). Visited also Hong Kong Reviewed Research paper for Asia Pacific Management Forum and also EDI Training attendees at Call Centre for HRD interventions (Synergy Group) HRD program for Young Entrepreneurs under SISI, Hubli, Aug 2002 Associated with Academic Staff College, addressed Faculty of Science area, Dharwad, Oct, 2002 Visiting Faculty, BVB Engg and Tech College, for Electronic and Communication dept, 2003, 2004, 2006, paper on Management for Engineers (7th / 8th semester) Visiting Faculty, BVB Engg and Tech College, for IT department, Management area, 2003, 2006 Visited Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka for Academic assignment, 2003 Addressed High Profiled Regional HR Practitioners under the banner of SHRI- Singapore Human Resources Institute, atat Singapore in the subject of: Addressed All India Home Science Scientist UAS University, under Quality Improvement program, 2003 Empowerment and Strategies in Creating Global Organization and A High Performance Work Force. Singapore Regional HR Managers, September of Addressed Executives, North Karnataka Management Association, in area 19, 2003, Sheraton Towers, Singapore (core Speaker for the 2004 to address Senior Management, 2003 (tentative two program in March and April, day) Executives) Member, Advisory Committee JSS-KHK Institute of Engineering, Commercial Practice department Recognized as Co-guide (PhD program), Visvesvaraya Technological University, Karnataka Several Talks in the region for varied Professionals (the list runs) Visiting Professor, Alliance Business Academy (International HRM / 4th semester), 2004, full course Visiting Faculty, BVB Engg and Tech College, for Instrumentation Technology dept, 2004, paper on Management for Engineers (7th semester) Visiting Faculty, BVB Engg and Tech College, for Computer Sciences, 2004, Management Sciences for Engineers (5th semester) Invitation, Udayavani Daily, top on HRD for publication (80% coverage in the issue) Visiting Professor, IBMR, an Management Institute, Hubli (HR area) Subject Expert, Management area, KIMS (Management Dept of University) Dharwad, 2003 Subject Expert, HRD area, KIMS (Management Dept of University) Dharwad, 2003- 2004 Regular Speaker, North Karnataka Management Association, Executive Group and Members 17
  18. 18. AIMA Expert Committee Member to Review AIMA run management program Addressed MCA students, Attitudes for Global Thinking, BVB engg / Tech College, 2005 Subject Expert, Syllabus Review committee, HR area, KUD Coordinator, HR conference, HR area, KUD Management dept BVB State Youth festival, Judge, Debate, 2005 Key Note Talk, HR area, National conference in Management Research, Coimbatore, 2006 Judge, ICFAI Management festival, 2006 [2009 / 2010 are to be updated]Projects Sanctioned. Completed a Research Project sponsored by ICSSR on “Professionalisation of Industrial Social Work: An Arena to Practice”1997-99. New Delhi, (Rs.90, 000). Resulted presented at 5th WORLD conference, Delhi, March 2000; and Suwon, South Korea, 2002 Awarded Research Project under AICTE Career Awardee for Young Teachers on “Developing new perspective on workers participation in AP/SP: Restructuring through Empowerment”1998 - 2001, AICTE, New Delhi, (Rs.3 lakhs/ pay protection/ study leave)…Discontinued Research projects of MBA (150 students) in HRD, IR and PM area were guided in corporate houses Member, Technical Expert committee for project development in areas of KLE Management Institute, Tool / die course, Yoga and Naturopathy and financial funding agencies to be tapped National-International (Project partially funded by KLE society) Working on project: Management faculty evaluation: Need to look at priority areas: and Performance assessment at assessment center: Strategic approach; at KLE Academic for Advanced HRD study (partially funded) A project in HRD tools for OD, to UGC Research Grant has to be communicated A Major Research Project to AICTE and National Labour Institute, Noida is to be communicated in the area of Ethos, Empowerment, and Industrial relations An audio-visual CD has been planned at PPL in the area of Management styles adopted (tentative) A project at IIAS under Associateship, in the area of cross-cultural management[2009 / 2010 are to be updated] 18
  19. 19. Projects Guided. .Guided Micro Research projects in the area of HRD, IR, PM, OB & OD MBA: [150 + 4] PGDM: [10] PGDM: [10] (one year)Consultancy. . • Invited and delivered Guest Lecturer for Medical officer at KMC- Karnatak Medical College, and trained 450 odd Medical Officers in focused HRD & Leadership area (Sep 2000 - Sep 2001) • Conducted MDP under CEDOK for Karnataka State Industrial Department in HRD area (more than 80 officers as on August, 2002) • Attached with Small/ Medium Scale organisation in area of HRD and HRM, including leadership and Organisation Development • Call Centre Attendees on HR intervention (large number of attendees) • Macro Consultancy, LIC High Achievers group, in the area of management like: Attitudes, SWOT, TEAM, Communication, Winning thinking, et al. 120 are trained. A number of 2000 is the target • Macro Consultancy, Class 1 and 2 officers, HDMC- Municipal of City, in the area of Soft Skills and Management (consulted and coordinated) the work, under the collaboration of NKMA and IMSR • Macro Consultancy, for MCA, IT and E / C students in the area of Soft skills, Management, Personality +, Attitudes • HESCOM, Senior and Junior Engineers, in the area of Soft Skills and Management • Micro Values, employee mentoring and counseling, in the area of Safety Management • National Dairy Development Board, Hubli division, Milk Union, in the area of Soft Skills and Management and Attitude development 19
  20. 20. • Entire Teaching Faculty, PC Jabin Science College, in the area of Mentoring, Counseling and Management, for NAAC support programRecruiting. . Participated as Member, Selection Committee, in Recruitment process for MBA Program at KLS-IMER (PGDM) Belgaum; KLE-IMS (MBA) Hubli, for final selection; IBMR Final Selection. Pre – briefed (Mock Interview) for officer level, Corporation bank employees, Divisional office, Hubli. Member, Selection committee, Inst. of Banking Personnel Selection, Mumbai. Held Selection for employee position, 2005 Coordinator, Strategic Planning, Kles’s IMSR, and Macro planning for Strategic positioning of the program Involved in MBA selections of students across state. Involved in MEC and CAMI Global Certification Selection of candidatesIndexed. .. Name & Research Articles / Papers are indexed in lead National Referred Periodicals & Library, Ministry of Labor, Govt of India, ICSSR, NIRD, IJIR, MLS, ILJ, SEDME and, NASSIC alert.Writing & Editing. Created Personalized Resumes for diverse careers Authorized & designed seminar, conference programme in Management institution & also for MBA students Authorized, designed & supervised MBA students’ writings, teaching them specific techniques to write articles to published Authorized, designed & developed Research policy for Inst under Research promotional activities (Head, Research activity wing, IMER/IMS). Authorized, designed & developed Institutes logo, Mission and Value statement and code of conduct at MBA program, including procedure. To prepare a policy for Govt. in the area of Rehabilitating PTSD effectively (also attended WORLD conference & organized round table) To frame policy for Industries in the area of Empowerment, Management Ethos and Culture building 20
  21. 21. Research paper AWARDED as best research paper for the year, 2001(ISTD- IJTS) Invited to contribute Research papers for 4 journals of National repute regularlyInstitutional Work: Development of Corporate life. .(Listed as per jobs done at different places)KLS-IMER Secretary and Coordinator, Research forum Coordinator, Nodal center of AIMA-CME Conference alert CMF activities/ SDP/ In house training in HRD, IR and PM Industry-Institute interactionKLE-IMS/R Planning and monitoring MBA programme Course Co-ordinator, MBA stream; Head, HRD, IR and PM Dept. Centre Incharge, KLE Centre for Advanced Studies in HR &OB, work undertaken includes: Developing parametric tools/scales for HRD evaluation and OD effectiveness Evaluating projects and assignments in HR, IR and PM area Model development with theory formulations on feedback assessment Communicated seminar/research papers for publications; Acts as Assessment center for feedback and appraisal In house training in HRD, IR/PM, OB, OD, Personality Development, MDP, SDP Infrastructure Assessment Committee, IMSR, new facilityKIMS (Visiting) university department of Karnatak University / India Guided project in OD and OB area, involving University teachers, non teaching and Executives / Administrators reflecting the approach, area, promotional and development activities for ODCIMR Branding the program Planning and monitoring MBA programme Managed the entire programmeIASMS Branding the program Conference and Seminar organizer In house training in HRD, IR/PM, OB, OD, Personality Development, MDP, SDP 21
  22. 22. AIT-MBA Branding the program, and overall Academic and Administrative work of thedepartmentNHCE-MBA Branding the program, and overall Academic and Administrative work of thedepartmentLIFE Member Affiliations. . 1. National HRD Network, India 2. Indian Society of Professional Social Workers 3. Indian Psychological Society 4. Indian Sociological Association 5. Loss Prevention Society of India 6. Indian Youth Hostel Association 7. Indian Academy of Social Sciences 8. Psycho – Linguistic Association of India 9. Madras Psychology Society 10. National Institute of Quality & Reliability (Individual Member) 11. National Safety Council of India (Individual Member) 12. Northern Karnataka Management Association -NKMA 13. The British Council Library (Annual Member) 14. BDPC – Productivity Council 15. Academy of HRD network, India (Individual Member, paper for Life affiliation) 16. Management Teachers Association (Regional AIMS) 17. Linguyat Education Association-LEA (Education Institute) 18. International GREEN Productivity Association, IGPA, Taiwan 19. All India Association of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Life Member (Regional coordinator) 20. Asia Academy of Management, HONG KONG (Associate Member) 21. Society of Behavioral Scientist, India (Effective / Life member) 22. Bangalore Social Science Forum 23. Kannada Parishad (literature Society) 24. IAMD (Management Association) 25. IUCBER (Management Association) 26. Hubli-Dharwad Citizen Environmental Committee 27. AIMA Accredited Management Teacher in HRD (Member for AMT India group) 28. Member, Social Work Alumni Association, Karnatak University, Dharwad 29. AIMS International – Association of Indian Management Scholars, USA (AM) 30. HR Advisor, BIC – BPO, IT, CRM, a group for Regional Development, Karnataka State 31. Founder member, BIC – BPO, IT, CRM, a group for Regional Development, Karnataka State 32. The International Research Network for Social Work (20 countries on network) 33. HR Network, International, USA 34. Indore Management Association, Indore, India 35. Kannada Association of Indore, Indore, India 22
  23. 23. List of Research Paper Publicationsdr m m bagaliAICTE Career Awardee in HRD (Young Scientist Award in Management)(Professor of Human Resources Management) Published … 92 In Press … 00 Revision … 02 Communicated … 00 (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) 23
  24. 24. 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, Dharwad, Karnataka State, 1997-2008Published 1) Bagali, M M “Accident prevention strategy: An 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 24
  25. 25. 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. 5-127) Bagali, M M “Job hazard analysis: A practical road to Accident prevention”, Haryana Labour Journal, XX1V (2), Apr-June 1992,pp. 7-98) 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. 17-27 25
  26. 26. 15) 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”, 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. 37-40 26
  27. 27. 24) Bagali, M M “Occupational Accidents”, CBWE Workers Education, June 1995, pp. 49-5125) Bagali, M M “Safety: An 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. 155-16027) Bagali, M M “Occupational Ergonomics: 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.15-16 27
  28. 28. 33) Bagali, M M “Occupational accidents 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 10137) 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. 59-67 28
  29. 29. 42) 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.9-1146) 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. 27-32 29
  30. 30. 50) 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. 307-31355) 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. 81-89 30
  31. 31. 58) 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. 5-764) 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. 17-23 31
  32. 32. 66) Bagali, M M “Managing HR: Developing need based Empowered traits”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX (4), Oct- Dec 1999, pp. 5-9 67) Bagali, M M “Creativity in Organization: Psychological trait analysis”, APRC Indian Psychological Review, 54(1-2), Jan 2000, pp. 49-54 68) Bagali, M M “Creating Organizational Culture through System approach”, CBWE Workers Education, June 2000, pp. 17-20 69) 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. 21-30 70) Bagali, M M “Take care of Labour: Agenda for 21st Century”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX 1(3), July- Sep 2000, pp.5-9 71) Bagali, M M “A Qualitative factor in Occupational Injuries: Preventive Work-place measures”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX 1(4), Oct-Dec, 2000, pp. 25-28 72) Bagali, M M “Employee Empowerment: Renaissance Strategies for Creating High Performance organization”, Haryana Labour Journal, XXX 1(4), Oct-Dec, 2000, pp. 5-15 73) Bagali, M M “Employee Empowerment: A New Strategy for Creating a High Performance Work Force”, 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 32
  33. 33. 74) 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. 33-54 80) Bagali, M M “Empowered Employees”, Management Researcher, VIII (3 and 4), Jan-June 2002, pp. 13-23 81) 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) 33
  34. 34. 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) “A Model of Employee Bagali, M M 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 Being Interviewed: How to make a favorable first Impression, Udayvani Special Supplement, and 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 200489) RGM; VAR; and Bagali, M M [International Publication] 34
  35. 35. “The Importance of Research and Development in an Organisation: Qualitative Analysis”, International Journal of Business Research, USA, V, 1, 2006, pp: 129-134 90) Bagali, M M ‘Creating High performance through Empowerment’ March, 2010, National HRD Network, NHRDINDEXED 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 XLRI - Management & Labour Studies, Jamshedpur ILJ - Indian Labour Journal, Shimla ISTD - Indian Society of Training & Development, New Delhi SEDME - Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprise, Govt. of India, and NASSIC alert …………………………. 35
  36. 36. Significant outstanding dr m m bagali, phd significant outstanding achievements as hrd and hrm facultya gist … Air India – Deccan Herald Award for Best Teacher – BOLT XLRI Published Research Paper with Special Comments ISTD Awarded as the BEST Research paper for the year, 2001 AIMA Selected and Honored as AMT- Accredited Management Teachers (prestigious Recognition) 2nd PhD in Management (Life Time Achievement), HRM area 2nd Position in National Case Writing Competition 2004, IMIS, HRarea AICTE Awarded AICTE Career Award for Young Teachers, Young Scientist Status, HR area Addressed Senior HR Managers of SHRI – Singapore Human Resources Institute APO Sponsored a visit to Japan, International event 36
  37. 37. WHO Sponsored by to attend an International Event, South Korea Visited Ajou University and had discussion with Management Professor Dr Yoon, Suwon, S Korea SIM – Visited Singapore Institute of Management, Interacted with Faculty Participated in WORLD Conference Addressed 480+ Doctors in HR, Management and Leadership area Research Papers and Articles lead Journals, HR area Overseas visits on different academic assignment CEDOK – Addressed Senior Government Officers of Industry Department Professional Association – More than 30 Life Affiliations S-NET – Cleared National Eligilibility Test opting HRM and HRD area AMDISA – Published Case Study in repute Asia journal IIAS – Awarded Associateship of IIAS, Shimla, HR area Advanced Certification in HR of CAMI and AHRBFELLOWSHIP PROGRAM Detail f o l l o w s …. 37
  38. 38. Air India - Deccan Herald Award for Best Teacher – BOLTSelected and awarded the first AIR-India – Deccan HeraldBOLT Award for Best Teachers, 2003. The Award called asBOLT- Broad Outlook Learner Teacher Award, jointlysponsored by Air India and Deccan Herald, to search BestTeacher, and reward for their achievements done inAcademic field. A visit to Singapore was sponsored and Irepresented India and Air-India – Deccan Herald asAmbassadorial Teacher to Singapore. This is State levelAward to Teachers. Also visited SIM-Singapore Institute ofManagement and NUS. Due to my personal network withManagement Professors and Professional Bodies, I wasinvited to address the Senior HR Managers of SHRI -Singapore Human Resources Institute at Singapore, asCORE Speaker of the day.………………………Preamble:This was an All Karnataka State competition organized by Air –India and Deccan herald to select Best Teachers for theiroutstanding work in academics 38
  39. 39. XLRI Published Research Paper with Special CommentsAmongst the Research papers published, two papershave received special comments by the Editors, of which,one Research Paper strongly received special commentsby the Editor “Employee Empowerment: A New Strategy for Creating a High Performance Work Force”,[With special C O M M E N T S by XLRI Editor,on the article]Citation: Printed on the Research paper (paper enclosed) The article printed below is a truly extraordinary example of employeeempowerment. The methods followed by the organisation studied wouldbe considered revolutionary anywhere in the world and even more so inIndia. Infact, one sometimes wonders how the whole effort did not end inchaos. The company has apparently succeeded in developing a workforce and a leadership almost devoid of the foibles of most other humans.(When published in XLRI-Management and Labour Studies Journal…. XLRI-Management and LabourStudies, 26, 2, April, 2001, pp.109-119) 39
  40. 40. ISTD Awarded the BEST Research paper for the year, 2001 IJTD- Indian Journal of Training and Development, India “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 paper of the year, 2001). The award includes a citation and Cash Award, with research paper recognition at National level in HR and OB area. 40
  41. 41. AIMA - Selected as AMT-Accredited Management Teachers (prestigious National Recognition)I am the First HR and OB Faculty in Karnatak State (AICTEapproved Management institutes in Karnatak State) to havebeen selected and honored as AMT-AccreditedManagement Teachers (prestigious National Recognition).This is the N A T I O N A L Award and I have beenaccredited as HR and OB Faculty. As part of AIMAAccredited Management Teacher - AMT in HRD, I have togive Special Talks to several Management Institutes inIndia. Many MBA Institutes have already expressed theirdesire for my presentation in the area mentioned, and fewhave already commenced:………………………Preamble:The Accredited Management Teacher (AMT) Certificate is administered by AIMA- CMS through anobjective assessment of academic achievements and professional experience in teaching, research,consultancy, training, industry and business.Why Become an Accredited Management Teacher?Due to proliferation of business schools, there is a need for a large number of full time / expert resource /visiting faculty to provide instruction in several business schools all over the country. Today, minority ofupcoming and new business schools are consciously striving to achieve uniform academic standardsthrough the academic inputs provided by a pool of committed and proficiency management teachers.By becoming an Accredited Management Teacher a world of opportunities shall unfold before you in theareas of teaching, research, training and consultancy and also for networking with managementacademics, consultants, practitioners and business schools across the country. 41
  42. 42. 2nd PhD –in Management (Life Time Work)Second PhD work in Management Science (HR andOB area), Karnatak University, Dharwad, KarnatakaState in the area of “Workers Empowerment: ACase of PPL Organisation”. Expecting the results inFeb-March, 2005.Out of the present Research work, the results and thefindings have been published in lead Researchjournals and were also discussed at Singapore SHRIforum. Senior HR Practising Managers at Singaporeappreciated the work and the results. As a corespeaker, Empowerment strategies were discussed atlength.♣See List of Publication and Research (Publication Sl. No: 72-80) 42
  43. 43. 2nd Position in National Case Writing Competition 2004, IMISAwarded the Second Position in the NationalCase Writing Competition 2004, organizedby Institute of Management & InformationScience, Orissia. A total of 80 Cases werescreened for the competition. Professorsfrom IIM (A) and others B-Schools judgedthe Case. The Runners-up Award, whichwas for second place bagged a Cash Prizeof Rs. 7,500.00, and a publication in thenational journal "Pratibimba", and later apublication in a case collection book by theinstitute.♣IMIS is an MBA institute at Bubaneshwar, Orissia 43
  44. 44. AICTE Awarded AICTE Career Award for Young Teachers, Young Scientist StatusI have the honor to hold and name for theprestigious AICTE Career Award for YoungTeachers. This is a Young Scientist Awardstatus for young Management teachers forundertaking Research work at National andInternational level.………………Preamble:Career Award for Young Teachers identifies young talentedteachers for promoting their professional growth by enabling themto devote maximum time in research and study. 44
  45. 45. Addressed Senior HR Managers of SHRI - Singapore Human Resources InstituteAn invitation was forwarded to present and address my post doctoral work inthe area of Empowerment and Strategies in Creating Global Organization andHigh Performance Workforce, to Singapore High Profiled Regional HRPractitioners under the banner of SHRI- Singapore Human ResourcesInstitute, at Singapore, (Core Speaker for the day).Addressed High Profiled Regional HR Practitioners under the banner of SHRI-Singapore Human Resources Institute, at Singapore in the area of -Empowerment and Strategies in Creating Global Organization and A HighPerformance Work Force. Singapore Regional HR Managers, September 19,2003, Sheraton Towers, Singapore. The presentations and ideas wereappreciated. (Photos enclosed) An Endorsement on the Presentation at SHRI 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. (through Personal Letter) ……………………… (19 th Sep, 2003 / Through Personal Letter) Preamble SHRI, Founded in 1965, is dedicated to raising the quality of work life in Singapore through effective human resource practices that support the development of a world-class workforce. SHRI is the only professional HR authority in Singapore, and its views are respected by the governmental and private organisations. 45
  46. 46. APO – Sponsored to Japan for an event I was the only Teaching MBA faculty sponsored by Asian Productivity Council, Tokyo, to Osaka, Japan, Sep, 2000. The visit was to share experience in Venture Capital Business – Venture 2000 and the avenues in Asia Countries. The visit was sponsored by APO, Tokyo, Japan.♣ Visited also Thailand (Bangkok)………………………PreambleThe Asian Productivity Organization (APO), Tokyo, JAPAN was established byConvention on 11 May 1961 as a regional intergovernmental organization. Its mission isto contribute to the socioeconomic development of Asia and the Pacific throughenhancing productivity. The meaning of productivity has evolved and expanded over theyears from simply producing quality products at minimum cost to the improvement of thequality of life for all. The character of the APO is nonpolitical, nonprofit, andnondiscriminatory. 46
  47. 47. South Korea – Sponsored by WHO to attend an International EventI was the only Teaching MBA facultysponsored by WHO to visit SouthKorea and present a paper (entire visitwas sponsored). The event: POSTERpaper at the First Asian Conference onSafe Communities, Feb 2002 atSuwon, South Korea. The visit wasWHO sponsored. The presentation wasdone out of the Project work of ICSSR(Indian Council of Social ScienceResearch), India. And also visitedManagement Department of AJOUUniversity.♣ Visited also Hong Kong 47
  48. 48. Suwon - South Korea Visited Ajou University and had discussion with Management Professor Dr Yoon, South KoreaVisited Ajou University ManagementDepartment, and held discussion forPostdoctoral assignment in Managementwith a Professor Dr Yoon at Ajou University,South Korea. Dr Yoon is AssociateProfessor at the Department, and thediscussion focused for postdoctoral work inthe area of Empowerment. Possibleassistance is also in the pipeline. (Dr Yoon is at USAnow for collaboration work)♣ Ajou University is situated at Suwon, South Korea. 48
  49. 49. Visited Singapore Institute of Management SIM Visited SIM institute and held wide range of Discussion with the faculties for possible postdoctoral discussion and collaborative work. Visited SIM - Singapore Institute of Management (Central Office), Sep, 2003 and held wide range of discussion with faculty of Management at SIM. (During BOLT award) 49
  50. 50. WORLD Conference • Organized at 5th WORLD conference in Injury prevention, a Round table session, International Discussion with WORLD Experts, March 2000 (out of ICSSR project), Delhi, India, sponsored by WHO • Presented ORAL paper at 5th WORLD conference in Injury prevention, a Round table session, March 2000 (out of ICSSR project), Delhi, India, sponsored by WHO • Presented POSTER paper at 5th WORLD conference in Injury prevention, a Round table session, March 2000 (out of ICSSR project), Delhi, India, sponsored by WHO♣ Awarded Scholarship to attend the Conference 50
  51. 51. Addressed 480 + Doctors in HR area, KMC Karnataka Medial College / Hospital Training Institute Invited to deliver series of special guest lecturer for Practising Medical Officers at KMC-Karnataka Medical College, Hubli, Karnataka State, India, under Health and Family Welfare Training Institute, and trained more than 450+ odd Medical Officers of Primary health center(s) in focused HRD & Leadership area, including Self Empowerment subject. I have the honor as First Management HR Faculty to address Practising Doctors on Macro scale. The area of presentation includes: Leadership; Emotional Quotient; Disputes …Win-Win strategy; Organization Supervision - An Art in itself; Empowerment– What it is and benefits there off; Team building - Why it is needed; Communication; Can Doctors be a Good Manager; How to run Hospital like an Organisation; Social Responsibility and Social Work and the like.The program and sessions were highly appreciated and as a follow-up feedback, I understand that several strategies and approaches, which werediscussed, are widely implemented, and adopted on Macro scale. A community awareness program has been widely practiced, and communitypeople are enlightened on the issues of Psycho-Social Medical program and rehabilitation. The program is Karnataka State Government sponsoredinitiative. 51
  52. 52. Research Papers and Articles (All the publications are related to HRD / HRM / OD / OB field and Labor area) 1) Research Papers 2) Seminar papers Published [90 ] Attended [10 ] ♣ Accepted/Press [03] Accepted [45] Revision [02] Presented [15 ] Communicated [02] Revision [- ] To be Presented [03]♣ Includes WORLD Conference in India and Overseas Few Publications in the Refereed Journals includes: 1. SAGE-Jl of Entrepreneurship 2. Indian Psychological Review 3. XLRI- Management & Labour Studies 4. Indian Journal of Social Research 5. APRC Indian Psychological Review 6. Amity Business Review 7. ISTD – Indian Journal of Training and Development 8. Indian Journal of Applied Psychology 9. AMIDISA- South Asia Journal of Management 10. Indian Psychological Review 11. GITAM Jl of Management 12. Behavioral Scientist 13. The Business Review, Jammu University 14. NMIMS Management Review 52
  53. 53. Endorsem ent on the Rese arch Work PublicationsXLRI 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)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) 53
  54. 54. Overseas visitsVisited Malaysia, Singapore, andSriLanka for Academic assignment,2003. Visited Academic Institute andheld discussion on possible Academicand Postdoctoral assignment inManagement area, and visiting facultycollaborations in HR and OB area.Recent Overseas visits also includes: • Japan 2000 • Thailand 2000 • South Korea 2002 (visited Management Department, AJOU University, Suwon) • Hong Kong 2002 • Malaysia, 2003 • Sri Lanka, 2003 • Singapore, Feb 2003, Sep, 2003 (visited SHRI and Singapore Institute of Management) • Vietnam, 2008 • Dubai, 2009 54
  55. 55. CEDOK - Addressed Senior Government Officers of Industry DepartmentCEDOK: Center for Entrepreneurs Development inKarnataka State. Associated with CEDOK in training theGovernment officials working at District level Industrialcenters. Invitee presentations in the area of peopledevelopment, HR, Empowerment and best practices inHRD have been undertaken widely. I have the honor as firstManagement HR Faculty to address Practising IndustrialOfficers.Further, conducted Management Development Programunder CEDOK for Executive Officials of Karnataka StateIndustrial Department in HRD area (more than 80 higherclass officers as on August, 2002). The area ofpresentation includes: Leadership; EQ; RQ; Empowerment– What it is and benefits there-off; Team building; Managing HR; Managing in turbulent times, Strategies of Managing an Organization; and the like.EQ : emotional Quotient; RQ: relationship Quotient 55
  56. 56. Professional Association - More than 30 Life AffiliationsA significant work has been the network with Professionals through Life Affiliations to various National andInternational bodies. Amongst them are herewith: 1. National HRD Network, India 2. Indian Society of Professional Social Workers 3. Indian Psychological Society 4. Indian Sociological Association 5. Loss Prevention Society of India 6. Indian Youth Hostel Association 7. Indian Academy of Social Sciences 8. Psycho – Linguistic Association of India 9. Madras Psychology Society 10. National Institute of Quality & Reliability (Individual Member) 11. National Safety Council of India (Individual Member) 12. Northern Karnataka Management Association -NKMA 13. The British Council Library (Annual Member) 14. BDPC – Productivity Council 15. Academy of HRD network, India (Individual Member, paper for Life affiliation) 16. Management Teachers Association 17. Linguyat Education Association-LEA (Education Institute) 18. International GREEN Productivity Association, IGPA, Taiwan 19. All India Association of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Life Member (Regional co-ordinator) 20. Asia Academy of Management, HONG KONG (Associate Member) 21. Society of Behavioral Scientist, India (Effective / Life member) 22. Bangalore Social Science Forum 23. Kannada Parishad (literature Society) 24. IAMD (Management Association) 25. IUCBER (Management Association) 26. Hubli-Dharwad Citizen Environmental Committee 27. AIMA Accredited Management Teacher in HRD (Member for AMT group) 28. Member, Social Work Alumni Association (likely to be First Secretary), Karnatak University, Dharwad 29. AIMS International – Association of Indian Management Scholars, USA (AM) 30. HR Advisor, BIC – BPO, IT, CRM, a group for Regional Development, Karnataka State 31. The International Research Network for Social Work (20 countries on network)Expressed Interest for Forth-coming affiliation: AIMA - All India Management Association, India ISTD – Indian Society for Training and Development 56
  57. 57. NIPM – National Institute of Personnel Management NET [S] Cleared National Eligibility TestCleared the National Eligilibility Testconducted by Karnataka State govt.(SLET), by opting HRD / HRM stream.The paper that was specialized was HRand HRM, including OB area.………………………PreambleNET - "No person shall be appointed to a teaching post in University (or) in any of theinstitutions including constituent or affiliated Colleges recognized under Clause (f) of theSection 2 of UGC Act, 1956 (or) in an institution deemed to be University under Section 3of the said Act in a subject if she/he does not fulfill the requirements as to thequalifications for the appropriate subjects as prescribed by the Commission", and the testhe/she should clear. 57
  58. 58. AMDISA - Published Case Study in repute Asia journalThe publication in repute journals like XLRI, NMIMS,Amity and AMIDISA is a significant work. One suchpublication was in the AMIDISA – SAJM. “Creating HPWS through Employee Empowerment: The Case of Practising Organisation”, AMDISA – SAJM, 10(4), Oct, 2003, pp.50-57………………………PreambleThe South Asian Journal Of Management was launched in 1993. It is a scholarlyjournal publishing research papers, research notes, and interviews with business leadersand bank reviews. It reaches major world libraries besides member institutions in SouthAsia. 58
  59. 59. IIAS - Awarded Associateship of IIAS, ShimlaI am the only Management – MBA facultybeen selected as Associate of IIAS - TheIndian Institute of Advanced Study. IIAS isseat of Higher learning institute and fewassociates are selected to avail theAssociateship. This is the prestigious awardin academics to interact with FellowResearchers from India and Internationalscholars.………………………PreambleThe Indian Institute of Advanced Study was set up by the Ministry of Education,Government of India as a Society under the Societies Registration act XXI of 1860,with effect from 6th October1964. The Institute started functioning at Shimla on 20thOctober 1965 when it was formally inaugurated by the then President of India,Professor S.Radhakrishnan. The Institute aims at free and creative enquiry intothe fundamental themes and problems of life and thought. It is a residential center forresearch and encourages promotion of creative thought in areas, which have deephuman significance, and provides. An environment suitable for academic research,particularly in selected subjects in the Humanities, Indian Culture, ComparativeReligion, Social and Natural Sciences and such other areas as the Institute may, fromtime to time, decide. The Institute provides facilities for advanced consultations andcollaboration besides library and documentation facilities. 59
  60. 60. Advanced Certification in HR of CAMI and AHRBFELLOWSHIP PROGRAM"GLOBAL CERTIFICATIONS" from CAMI (Carlton Advanced Management Institute-US)Secured Full Scholarship of Vimala Sanker Memorial and MEC scholarship HoldersBrand Ambassador for the AHRB ProgramCertified Recruitment Analyst (CRA)Certified Learning and Development Professional (CLDM)Certified Trainer and Facilitator (CTF)Compensation and Benefit certifications (CCBM)Certified Psychometric test professional (CPTP)Certified Scorecard Professional (CScP)Certified Assessment Center Analyst (CACA)Certified Performance Analyst (CPA)Certified HR Compliance (CHRCA)Certified Sourcing Professionals (CSP)Thesis and Publication preparationPreambleThe purpose of AHRB Fellowship Program is to honor and further enhance the learning of thoseindividuals who have distinguished themselves through their leadership in the broad field of HumanResources. It helps the fellow aspirant to develop on various aspects of contemporary insights and globalbest practices in Human Resources. ? AHRB Fellowship Program provides you an opportunity to select11 Industry Accredited International Certification programs. AHRB fellowship provides you an exclusiveguidance under highly industry experienced faculties 60
  61. 61. Visiting Assignments and Advisory Board Member Member, Advisory Committee, JSS-KHK Institute of Engineering, Commercial Practice Department Development Council (2004-2006). A technical institute. Visiting Faculty, BVB Engg and Tech College, for Electronic and Communication dept, 2003, and 2004, 2006.♠ Visiting Faculty, BVB Engg and Tech College, for MCA Department, 2004, 2006.♦ Visiting Faculty, BVB Engg and Tech College, for Instrumentation Department, 2004, 2006.♣………………………♠ Entire HRD and HRM was my responsibility♦ Management and HRD was my responsibility♣ Management paper was my responsibility. The rating inManagement course this time was 91.54 (for my candidature).College average is 85.00. 61
  62. 62. The International Research Network for Social Work (20 countries on network)I am the only Indian till date to be theMember of IRNSW (HR and OB area).This is the Network group of more than20 different countries. The Group workson common Research interest onInternational issues and collaborations.I work on the issues of Labor andQuality of Work Life improvementsprojects- QWL and collaborations withInternational Scientists.♣ An International association operating from USA,to promote International understanding and socialaction group. 62
  63. 63. HR Advisor, BIC–BPO, IT, CRM, a group for Regional Development, Karnataka StateA Social Action group working forpromotion of Regional Development.The group consists of Academician,Bureaucrats, Civil Servants andProfessionals from differentoccupations. I am HR Group Head,looking into HR development andpromotion through academic program.My Role is to develop HR Competencyrequirements, HR Skill Enhancement,and HR Strategy for the region.♣ A voluntary Group working very hard to promoteMultinational Companies to invest in this region of the State 63
  64. 64. Other work to mention♣ Child Labour Awareness Involved Voluntary in the Child Labour eradication andAwareness project: The objective is to counsel and tapfunding for Rehabilitation of the Child Laborers. A School isadopted and a small beginning is done. InternationalFinancial Aid is been worked, and appeal for NationalLabour Institute, Noida, under the Ministry of Labour,Government of India is in progress. As also, shared viewswith fellow professionals in the region to rehabilitate theChild Labour Strategies. Social Awareness camp andcounseling of the needy family has been undertaken.Literature for awareness for community action is underway.A tentative symposium has been planned to bring aboutawareness and fellowship in this area. Few personalitydevelopment programs are on the agenda and MOUheadway.♣ IGPA Life Affiliation, International GREEN ProductivityAssociation, TAIWAN: I am associated with IGPA forpromotion of Green Environment. A small beginning has 64
  65. 65. been done. Papers are to prepare in this area anddiscussion at International Congress is underway.Also, Life Member, Dharwad Environmental Society, promotingGreen Environment in the Region, and actively working for thepromotion and preservation of Flora and Fauna. Manydevelopment and progressive work have been on the agenda, andfuture course of action in progress. The society is trying to bringan International awareness in Environment issues through variousaction plans.♣ Counseling Industrial Labour Counseling Labour in Rehabilitation of Psycho-Social:Session and Counseling is done on regular and continuousbases in the area of Preventing Industrial Accidents andSafety area (from the result of First PhD work). Contactsessions are held from time to time, and counseling for theaccident victims is undertaken. As also, what is therehabilitation program that the management has toundertake is also been done regularly. The results werediscussed at WHO sponsored World Conference atSuwon, South Korea. I had Discussion withInternational Scholars and Researchers and exchangedthe study results. They are been worked for furtherstudy. Similarly, a paper was communicated atBangladesh Asia Safe Conference, Feb 2004. A macrolevel study in the same area with financial support for Govt.is planned.Counseling Labour in Rehabilitation of Psycho- social areahas been underway from the work of Post Doctoral workunder ICSSR Project (Indian Council for Social Sciences 65
  66. 66. Research), Ministry of HRD, Government of India, in thearea of PISW – Professional Industrial Social Workerintervention in psychosocial rehabilitation & social supportneeded for the disabled victim and the role of SocialWorkers that could be render. A Social Action awarenessand movement is the end results of the discussions atvarious forums.The Research project has been taken-up at higher level forpolicy making in this direction (area), while looking at howSocial Work (er) intervention in health improvement ispossible. The work also includes Social Work and Welfare;Social Work and Rehabilitation of Disablement;Occupational Health and Social Work. The results of thepost-doctoral work were presented at Suwon, South Korea,during an International Conference and several otheracademic forums. The work and discussions is in progress,and probably an attempt to formulate an International Codefor Rehabilitating Accident Victim will be attempted.Counseling Labour in Rehabilitation of Psycho- social areahas been underway from the work of Post Doctoral workunder ICSSR Project (Indian Council for Social SciencesResearch), Ministry of HRD, Government of India, in thearea of PISW intervention in psychosocial rehabilitation &social support needed for the disabled victim and the roleSocial Workers. The Research project has been taken-upat higher level for policy making in this direction (area),while looking at how Social Work(er) intervention in healthimprovement is possible. The work also includes SocialWork and Welfare; Social Work and Rehabilitation ofDisablement; and Occupational Health and Social Work(Post Doctoral Work) 66
  67. 67. ♣ Community Actions I am Member for Local Development Community,involving local citizens. Community interests for communitydevelopment and improvement work are taken as needbased. Informally, visit few NGO, Social Action group,Social Work Department (University) forum and haveregular interactions.Additional InformationInvitation and Previous Experience asSPEAKER in the capacity of HRD Faculty 1. An invitation was forwarded to present my post doctoral work in the area of Empowerment and Strategies in Creating Global Organization and A High Performance Workforce, was presented to High Profiled Regional HR Practitioners under the banner of SHRI- Singapore Human Resources Institute, at Singapore, Sep, 2003. (Core Speaker for the day). The presentations and ideas were appreciated. 2. A discussion and presentation at higher level of Research on Empowerment and Creating Global Organisation and workforce was held with Professional at SIM - Singapore Institute of Management, for possible postdoctoral work/ fellowship, later. 3. Several invitee talks and presentations have been undertaken to organization / institute of Business concerns in the region on various occasions are undertaken. An odd of 95 minor/micro research projects have been completed in HR and related areas. 67
  68. 68. 4. My Professional affiliation and association as LIFE member (35 bodies) with several organization/ business institutes pertaining to Management Resources, Social Sciences and Psychology, where I have been invited on several occasions to address the esteemed HRD and Management practioners, in the area of HR.5. I am Member at NKMA- Northern Karnataka Management Association, India, and an organisation promoting Management practices. I was key speaker at Annual events and presented paper in the area of Powering Human Potential: A case of empowered employees, thus addressing HR issues and practioners.6. I am Associateship (Research Fellow) at IIAS- Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, India, and presented a paper titled: “Demystifying POWER of Empowerment: A Case of Practicing Organisation”, which received high grades amongst Senior Researchers at IIAS and a possible publications in Institutes periodical. I was the only Management Faculty to avail the Associateship at IIAS, and work on HR Project , with publication.7. Also been Invited and delivered series of special guest lecturer for practicing Medical Officers at KMC-Karnatak Medical College, Hubli, Karnataka State, India, under Health and Family Welfare Training Institute and trained more than 450+ odd Medical Officers of Primary health centre (s) in focused HRD & Leadership area, including Empowerment subject. I have the honour to be first Management HR Faculty to address Practicing Doctors.8. Associated with CEDOK-Centre for Entrepreneur Development Institute in training the Government officials working at District level in Industrial centers. Invitee presentations in the area of people development, HRD, Empowerment and best practices in HRD have been undertaken widely. I have the honour to be first Management HR Faculty to address Practicing Industrial Officers.9. Also associated with ASC-Academic Staff College, Dharwad, Karnataka State, India and presented a paper on strategies in creating a People Centric Model and HRD practices for Faculties under Refresher Program.10. Conducted and presented various management development programs for varied professionals in Empowerment, HRD and HRM area. 68

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