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  • Research Projects..... PhD in Management

    1. 1. Reva University, 18th & 19th Dec 20153/4/2016 2 research talk 107 [ research proposals Do’s; Don'ts; Must ] JAIN University professor of strategic HRM, head- research in management, brand ambassador, Asian HR Board, India mm.bagali@jainuniversity.ac.in www.linkedin.com/in/mmbagali m m b a g a l i, phd copyright Jain University, Bangalore, India
    2. 2. Research Proposal: Do’s; Don'ts; Must Granting Agencies The Must in Proposal agenda !!
    3. 3. Views, opinions, or strategies presented are what I personally think and believe to reflect “Life of PhD”, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or strategies of the Organization….. as a researcher, this what is my views/ experience, and I am sticking to it………….. D I S C L A I M E R
    4. 4. Preparation 2 years in advance 1995 First PhD 2008 Second PhD Guided 7 Guiding 11 Managing / Mentoring around 90 Co-Guide 15 Papers 160 published World Conference 20 Several Talks on Research 120 2 Projects…. ICSSR and AICTE Personal research love story….
    5. 5. [Research Proposal: Do’s; Don'ts; Must]
    6. 6. [ What they see in the proposal ] Reasons for Projects / Clear Objective Rigor and Relevance- leading to Conceptual Framework Cutting edge management research Value-Practical Implications Usefulness / Actionable Impact and Outcome Sample Framework / Scope Model development
    7. 7. AOM- Academy of Management Journal 2011; 54,5, 873-879 How many times do Winners of AMJ Best Article Award rewrite the Title / Problem Statement How many times did we rewrite the Title / Problem Statement Setting the Hook relevance
    8. 8. AOM- Academy of Management Journal 2011; 54,5, 873-879 How many times do Winners of AMJ Best Article Award rewrite the Title / Problem Statement 3 to 4 times How many times did we rewrite the Title / Problem Statement 1 to 2 times Setting the Hook relevance
    9. 9. Challenges !!! How do I start Where Do I start from What do I do …. ?
    10. 10. Creating a Research Space Establishing a Territory Creating a Niche Occupying the Niche Branding that space
    11. 11. The Focus effect of organisational life depth coverage scientific approach objectives research design framework of the data collections suggestions I recommendations
    12. 12. need to address !!! What Corporate are looking for !! What Academic Institutes are looking for !! What Society is looking for !! Perceptive Organisational Academic Managerial
    13. 13. [ basics of research ] Challenging the existing one X Novel Develop a new theory Bridge theory X Practice Contribution Fresh look Clarity…. What not to accomplish Finding Discover Reexamine Measure Evaluate Review Implications Organisational Academic Managerial
    14. 14. [ Content ] Introduction Review Methodology Data Collection and Presentation Discussion and Conclusion Suggestions and Recommendations References / Bibliography Appendix – Annexure 1: Questionnaire – Annexure 2: Schedule – Annexure 3: Publications
    15. 15. [ Introduction ] Body of thesis/ work/theme Motivation to do the project Purpose of the work Focused on the thesis question(s) Background information Explain the scope of your work, what will and will not be included Definitions and Concept clarity Contribution / Perceptive Significance / Implications End with your study plans Executive Summary 1
    16. 16. New paradigm- Shaping the Next thoughts Broadest reach in terms of relevance and implications Shed New lights What's the landscape Interdisciplinary Is it Valid Is it Clear Is it Focused Is it Specific Is it elegant Grand Challenge !! [ Relevance Problem Identification ] Possible + Potential Impact Reach Value Implications Perceptive
    17. 17. [ Review ] The pattern Indian Study Overseas study Significant studies- Insights from Current Research Gap Analysis New area Your Research goals Focus: Objective / Hypothesis, Tools, Outcome Conceptual framework 2
    18. 18. [ Relevant A beginning ] Literature Search Leads Observation Leads Theory Development Observe Leads Literature Leads Theory Development Theory Development Leads Literature Verification Leads Proposal Concept Construct Leads Literature Leads idea generation
    19. 19. [ Relevant ] ‘ What's your Argument’ Your Constructs + sub-constructs Theoretical overview Conceptual clarity Definitions Abbreviations Key Terms
    20. 20. [ Method of Study/ Methodology ] The Present Study Objectives Hypotheses Scope of the work Research Design Method of Study 1. Geographical Area 2. Organisation 3. Sampling Population Hypotheses Fully and separately state each hypothesis you want to Test separately. Phrase it in the present tense. Give it a distinct number (Hypothesis 1) or number letter (Hypothesis 1a) label. Set hypotheses off in indented blocks, in italic type. Examples: Hypothesis 1a. Concise writing has a positive relationship to publication. 3
    21. 21. Sources for New Areas for Theory Building - Relevance issues Budget Business TV Talk Business News Paper reporting Journal scanning Peer Review of other work Article metric Author metric Journal metric Future and Further work
    22. 22. Conference papers / LinkedIn discussion / Twitters Books / Theses, dissertations and research in progress Working papers or unpublished papers Documents on the internet / Government publications, official statistics Personal requests to knowledgeable researchers and/or practitioners Sources for New Areas for Theory Building - Relevance issues
    23. 23. Reports from relevant institutions: companies, public bodies Government publications and official statistics Reference works, general guides to the literature and guides to the literature in particular subject areas (compendium catalogues) Journals / Editorials Network talks and evening meets Sources for New Areas for Theory Building - Relevance issues
    24. 24. [ Research Design ] Pre-pilot observation Pre-pilot study Mode of Data Collection Angles of Enquiry Sources of data collection Analysis of the Results / Analysis Procedure Period of Study Findings of the Study Uniqueness of the Study Contribution of the work Limitations of the Study Implications and Perceptive 4
    25. 25. [ Interdisciplinary lenses ] management sociology psychology economics commerce ???? Multiple stakeholders
    26. 26. [ Data Collection and Presentation ] Tentative Tables Graphs Figures Numbering Footnotes Sources 5
    27. 27. eg: Level of enquiry Sl. No Question naire Interview Foc use d Gro up GD Video et al et al et al Remarks HR Trainee HR Executive HR Manager VP- HR
    28. 28. [ Discussion and Conclusion ] Tentative Results with other study results Patter Uniqueness Contradictory Surprises Limitations Implications and Contribution Academic Organisational Business community Societal 6
    29. 29. [ Appendix ] – Annexure 1: Questionnaire – Annexure 2: Schedule – Annexure 3: Publications – Any other work related – Photos – Interview published – Write-up – et al 7
    30. 30. [ Q-Questionnaire ] Layout Information to be included Sub-sections Reliability test Different sets for different respondents 8 [ references ] Enough Can categories Citations……. Harvard Business School Guide
    31. 31. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 [ Introduction ] [ Review ] [ Method of Study/ Methodology ] [ Research Design ] [ Data Collection] [ Discussion and Conclusion ] [ Appendix ] [ Questionnaire / references ] [ c h a p t e r s ]
    32. 32. Project life cycle Jan 2017 April 2017 Aug 2017 Dec 2017 April 2018 Commences ROL Questionnaire ready Data collection Report Writing….
    33. 33. How do you present the best PhD work
    34. 34. [ Other observation ] Preface Acknowledgements – Content page • Contents of chapter • Tables • Figures • Graphs • Roman numerals (iii, iv, v, …) • The body of the dissertation should be numbered using Arabic numbers (1, 2, 3,)
    35. 35. [ cont….Other observation ] Figures and Tables Horizontal Figures and Tables Supplemental Figures and Tables Acknowledging the Work of Others List of acronyms and abbreviations Headings and lists Numbering of headings Numbering of tables and figures
    36. 36. Headings Size…..12 size Sub-headings …..10 size Format …..12 size Font …..Times Roman Foot and End notes …..08 size Space …..1.5 Foot- End Notes …..1 [ cont….Other observation ] Ethical Issues Copyright issues Plagiarism
    37. 37. Spellings Style Grammar Biased language Gender biases Avoid ‘I’ Anthropomorphic language ( non human entities ) Et al…… [ Birds eye-view] Hence, take time to formulate the statement / title
    38. 38. Hence, take time to formulate the statement / title • Clear sentence / clarity • Straight to point • Repetitions • Logic flow • Complex language • Dense sentence • Too many jargon • Hanging at a point • Connectivity / thread • Lack of road map
    39. 39. [ Funding Agencies ] AICTE UGC ICSSR April/May and September/ October of each year This year, July, 2016 closing… How the Proposals are Reviewed !!! ILO UN AMDISA National Labor Institute, Noida AIMA Knowledge Commission IIAS TISS AIU CRY SKOCK Skill India Ford Foundation Some Ministry, GoI AIMA - AMT Certified in India
    40. 40. How the Proposals are Reviewed !!! A - Outstanding B - Very Good C - Satisfactory D - Unsatisfactory (Deemed to be rejected)
    41. 41. Evaluation Sheet…….Symbiosis University, Pune
    42. 42. Sholay Movie Released in 1975 Ran for 05 years, 4 shows in an Theater, Bombay 80% of Population has seen the movie In this 80%, 90 % can tell the movie as it is all the scene But, for first 90 days, the movies dint run at all……
    43. 43. [ Good News ] Accept rejection news also, but if things are fine, than will have good News always
    44. 44. [ FAQ ] Why you wish to do this Projects / Significance? Who will be benefited / Contribution? What would be your methodology….. Sample / Organisation What Questionnaire would that be? Data Collection? Analytical Methods used? Budget and additional…. Direct- Indirect- Overheads Department Support
    45. 45. [ Sure Double Check ] Format English and grammar Spellings Key Words Sentence meaning Enough Justification References Place of Project Execution No Objection Certificate and Letter Check the check list of agency Annexures How many hard copy to be sent Covering Letter Permission letter from Corporate, if there Biographical Sketches
    46. 46. Time Line Budget Contingent Amount Additional Amount, if needed Purchase of database of HR Managers Re-submit Joint Collaborations is better Some Checks
    47. 47. [Conflict of interest ] Disclose any actual or potential conflict of interest including any financial, personal or other relationships with other people or organizations, the submitted work that could inappropriately influence, or be perceived to influence, their work. Submission of an article implies that the work described has not been published previously or that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere Inform the reason and wish to have or don’t, decide, and communicate Get advance, permission, if used, and feel that, later issues should not crop-up…. Authors obtain any proof of consent statements / seek permission for reuse [Submission declaration ] [Changes to authorship] [ Third party copyright permissions]
    48. 48. [ Signature Areas ] Indian Context Start-Up’s Women on Boards Social Media Gender issues Global MNC Leadership Economy and Business transformation Across Family Firms Diasporas
    49. 49. Council / Funding Agency Your Complete Topic Your Name Under the Guidance of Name of The Guide Designation Institute/Organization / Place of work City/ Te/ Fax/ email University / Institute Year Professional Details
    50. 50. [ What they see in the proposal ] Reasons for Projects / Clear Objective Rigor and Relevance- leading to Conceptual Framework Cutting edge management research Value-Practical Implications Usefulness / Actionable Impact and Outcome Sample Framework / Scope Model development 1…Why proposal get rejected….
    51. 51. 1…Why proposal get rejected…. Clear understanding of the final deliverable Scope of the project potential impact + value of the project Strong CV / Your background Clarity of Heads - Budget whether the study can be conducted as described within the allowable time frame Methodology meaningful results Over promise
    52. 52. Length New paradigm Broadest reach in terms of relevance and implications Shed New lights What's the landscape Budget and Costing clarity Is it Valid Is it Clear Is it Focused Is it Specific Grand Challenge !! 2…Why proposal get rejected…. Is my project suitable for the Subject area / funding agency?
    53. 53. What field are you going to address? Too many framework What exactly study does Lack focus Insufficient justification How it contributes for new knowledge 3…Why proposal get rejected….
    54. 54. Follow-up about the status of the proposal…. Should Enquiry ??
    55. 55. Did I understood the theme Rigor / Relevant Evaluate its effectiveness Tools and techniques: from academic to practice / or practice to academic Appeal to real world of practicing managers Academic scholars to collaborate with practitioners for developing research agenda As researcher, ask ….
    56. 56. [ A beginning ] How many visited library before Planning to do research How many saw literature / article /papers /report before commencement How many visited company / organization before finalizing to do research Will give you “ Trend” analysis
    57. 57. Journal Scan for Scholarly writing Make a span of 10 years and trend Have received more scholarly attention Study a Life cycle of topics / areas [ How do I go…. 1 ]
    58. 58. Select a theme / Topic / Area / Probable issue Send it to stake holders / get acknowledgement Than, select / finalize / the area of work [ How do I go …. 2 ]
    59. 59. AOM….. Academy of Management AOM….. Academy of Management Review Administrative Science Quarterly Strategic Management Journal Jl of International Business Studies Organizational Science Vikalpa Management review Manager MLS EPW TISS Most Sort after Journals…. The Best NHRD Network Newsletter SHRM Review AIMA…. Indian Management IIM…. Scopus or Web of Science EBSCO Research gate / Academia.edu Browzine Journal Performance
    60. 60. Watch – Your daily must reads !! HBR ‘ Idea Watch ’, Defend Your Research AOM ‘ From the Editor ’, IIMB ‘ Round Table ', Management Review IIMA ‘ Colloquium ’, Vikalpa The Academy of Management Perspectives - AMP ‘ Research Briefs ‘
    61. 61. Methodological Issues Title / Areas Methodology Sampling Data Collection Writing and presentation style Plagiarism Type….. Case type Comparative analysis Levels of inclusion
    62. 62. A Format of Project Title Abstract Introduction The Importance of paper / subject ROL Methodology / Design Results / Misconception Conclusion Implications Recommendations Further Research / Gaps Reference Acknowledgements Grant, if any received Check….. Grammar Spellings Punctuation errors, .,:’”!! Language Formatting Paragraphs Citations Quotes Page numbers Workplace details Key words Appendixes Length Covering Letter / Mail recap !!!
    63. 63. [ Outcome of the work ] Slide share Syllabus / Course FDP / MDP Chapter in Book Case Writing Best paper Award paper Consultancy Workshop Training et al
    64. 64. Closing Thoughts Significance Novelty Scope Title matters Best Seller Book / Paper Have 3 best practices Benchmark Usual chapters / change the paradigm Rigor Relevance research value / equity stakeholders government managers ceo students community
    65. 65. the DNA for the smart and best research work 2hrs/day small daily improvements creates stunning outcomes visit library talk to people participate in conference – State level – India – Asia – Asia-Pacific – Than……… Area wise journals Do not be overly ambitious
    66. 66. Network in your area..
    67. 67. Project submission checklist Format Length Project Title Project Title Page Full name of each contributing author Affiliation for each contributing author (reflecting location at time of research) Brief professional biography for each contributing author Name and email address of the corresponding author A maximum of eight keywords First level headings presented in bold Sub-headings presented in italics Consecutive numbering used, as appropriate to the levels Notes/Endnotes …..Consecutively numbered Figures Position of each table clearly labeled in the body text submission check-list Check references for: Completeness Accuracy Consistency Permissions Tables Illustrations Figures Diagrams Photographs References
    68. 68. Academy of Management Journal: http://aom.pace.edu/amjnew/ Academy of Management Review: http://www.aom.pace.edu/amr/ Harvard Business Review: https://hbr.org/ Journal of Management: http://journalofmanagement.moore.sc.edu/ Don’t Miss to read / refer
    69. 69. Jl. of Applied Psychology Management Science Jl. of International Management Studies Jl. of Management Administrative Science Quarterly Organisation Science Case Research Journal Jl. of Business Strategies AOM Learning and Education Jl. of Management history AOM Perceptive Jl. of Management Studies Public Administrative Quarterly California Management Review Personnel Review ………….. Best 50+ Journals – few cited
    70. 70. The publications of the AOM Academy include the following: Academy of Management Journal Academy of Management Review Academy of Management Perspectives (formerly Academy of Management Executive) Academy of Management Learning and Education Academy of Management Annals Academy of Management Discoveries
    71. 71. in brief Title : Professor of HR and Management Head- Management Research Teaching: 18 years Research: 14 years Consultancy: 14 years Administration: 14 years Post Doct: 6 years Papers: Around 160 published Conference: Around: 40 India; 20 Overseas Research: PhD Awarded: 7 Guiding: 8 (Six submitted their final synopsis) Details are at : https://www.linkedin.com/in/mmbagali
    72. 72. http://in.linkedin.com/in/mmbagali Complexly my pleasure to be with all this morning !! workplace ……………………………………………………………. Professor of Human Resource Management, Head, Research in Management, JAIN University CMS annex, # 319, JPnagar, 6th Phase, 17th Cross, 25th Main, Bangalore, India, 560 078 t: 80 43430400 / f: 080 26532730 e: mm.bagali@jainuniversity.ac.in www.jainuniversity.ac.in …………………………………………………………….
    73. 73. t: 80 43430400 / f: 080 26532730 e: mm.bagali@jainuniversity.ac.in www.jainuniversity.ac.in ……………………………………………………………. http://in.linkedin.com/in/mmbagali consultancy firm human resources & management research affiliates, Inc

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