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Prof. Chandra Sekhar

PhD (Thesis Submitted) ABV-IIITM Gwalior, MBA (HRM & Finance) ABV-IIITM Gwalior, BBA (HONS) SHIATS Allahabad

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Total Years of Experience : 2.5 Months
Brief description of Experience :

He has submitted his PhD thesis in the area of Human Resource Management where he studied the Human Resource Dimensions and Firm Performance. His research aims to develop insights about the role of mediators viz. Management innovation, Employee Stock Options, HR flexibility etc. in the relationship between HR dimensions and firm performance. He has published his work in International Journals and conferences of repute and doctoral consortium - COSMAR (IISc Bangalore), Society of Operation Management conference, Indian Academy of Management Conference, to name a few. He has attended many academic writing workshop, MHRD Sponsored QIP short-term course, faculty development programme (FDP) and management development program at institute of national repute ranging from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, ABV-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management Gwalior, India, to name a few. He has received ‘University Gold Medal’ in academics for my outstanding performance at graduation level. Additionally, he is a recipient of ‘Best Management Article Award’ for article of the month at IBS Hyderabad, and ‘Best Poster Presentation Award at ABV-IIITM Gwalior.

Research Interest Areas :

Strategic Human Resource Management, Human Capital, Sustainable HRM, Employee Stock Options, Management Innovation.

Consulting Interest Areas :

High performance work system, SMEs international expansion, HR flexibility, Management Innovation. 

Selected Publications :

[1] Sekhar, C., Patwardhan, M., & Vyas, V. (2018). Linking work engagement to job performance through flexible human resource management. Advances in Developing Human Resource, 20(1) 72-87. [SCOPUS, ABS, ABDC-C, ESCI]

[2] Sekhar, C., Patwardhan, M., & Vyas, V. (2017). Causal modelling of HR flexibility and firm performance in Indian IT industries. Journal of Modelling in Management, 12(4), 631-651. [SCOPUS, ABS, ABDC-C, ESCI]

[3] Sekhar, C., Patwardhan, M. & Vyas, V. (2017). Study of intellectual capital dimensions in IT industry using DEMATEL method. Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, 16(3), 1750022-1750045. [SCOPUS, ABS, ABDC-C, ESCI]

[4] Sekhar, C., Patwardhan, M., & Vyas, V. (2017). Evolution of futuristic organisation with human capital management: A perspective. International Journal of Business Performance Management, 18(4), 459-475. [SCOPUS, ABS, ABDC-C]

[5] Sekhar, C., Patwardhan, M., & Vyas, V. (2017). Causal modelling between human capital and firm performance indicators: An IT industries perspective. International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital, 14(3), 277-294. [SCOPUS, ABS, ABDC-C]

[6] Sekhar, C., Patwardhan, M., & Vyas, V. (2016). A study of HR flexibility and firm performance: A perspective from IT industries. Global Journal of Flexible System Management, 17(1), 57-75. [SCOPUS]

[7] Roy, A., Sekhar, C., & Vyas, V. (2016). Barriers to internationalization: A study of small and medium enterprises in India. Journal of International Entrepreneurship, 14(4), 513-538. [SCOPUS]

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