PhD (HRM); MHRM; B.Sc. (Env. Sciences), M.L. Sukhadia University, Udaipur
Total Years of Experience
Brief description of Experience
She is certified in Negotiation Research & Teaching from Kellogg School of Management, USA. She has participated in National and International Conferences and Seminars, has papers to her credit published in National and International refereed journals. Her experience also includes corporate associations regarding projects with companies like Zydus Cadila Healthcare Ltd., Ahmedabad, GCMMF Ltd., Gujarat and Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi. She conducts FDPs and Workshops & MDPs, both customized and open programs, for corporate from public and private sector organisations, like, FICCI, Idea Cellular Ltd., ONGC Videsh Ltd., De La Rue Cash Processing Solutions, NTPC, SAIL, Apollo Tyres Ltd., Uttarakhand Power Corporation Ltd., to name a few. She is also the Head of the Centre for Psychometric Testing & Research (CPTR) at FORE.
Research Interest Areas
Effectiveness in Negotiation, Negotiation Skills, Competency Mapping, Changing HRD Paradigm, and Organizational Behaviour are her primary interests of research. Cross-cultural aspects of management, International Negotiation, HRM and allied areas are secondary areas of interest.
Consulting Interest Areas
Effectiveness in Negotiation, Negotiation Skills, Competency based Management, Changing HRD Paradigm, Organizational Behaviour, and HRM and allied areas.
- Bhatt, P. and Buddhapriya, S. (Forthcoming, 2021). Intrinsic motivational potential and its effect on academic performance, life-satisfaction and procrastination: A study of MBA students, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management. (indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index, listed in ABS).
- Bhatt, P. (2020). India–Kuwait: Inter-Cultural Sensitivity, Cultural Intelligence and Conflict-handling Styles in Cross-cultural Interactions, Conflict Studies Quarterly, Issue 33, October 2020, pp. 20-41 (indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index)
- Bhatt, P. (2020). Perceived Organizational Culture across Generation, Tenure and Gender Diversity - A study of an international company in India, Organization Development Journal, -The International Society for Organization Development, Vol. 38, No.1, pp. 9-20. (Scopus Indexed, listed in ABDC and indexed in Schimago)
- Bhatt, P. (2019). BATNA: Conflict Perceived Leverage through Positive Illusion in Conflicts, Conflict Studies Quarterly, Issue 28, July 2019, pp. 16-32 (indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index)
- Bhatt, P. (2019). Employees’ perception about change in jobs and organisational orientations, International Journal of Employment Studies, Vol. 27, No. 1, 34-63. International Employment Relations Association, Sydney, Organisations, Work and Labour Network (listed in ABDC and indexed in Schimago)
- Joshi, H.& Bhatt, P. (2019) Fair Employee Treatment and Financial Characteristics of Firms, Theoretical Economics Letters, 9(4), 929-946. (listed in ABDC)
- Bhatt, P. & Buddhapriya, S. (2018). Intrinsic Motivational Potential Inventory: Development of a Measure in journal i.e., International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management Vol. 17, No. 4, pp.478-501.
- Bhatt, P. (2017). Changing Planes in Managing Human Resources in High Performing Organizations: Attract, Retain and Motivate, Journal of International Business and Economy, Vol. 18 No. 2, 2017, pp.60-83.
- Bhatt, P. and Buddhapriya S. (2017). Behavioural Traits Affecting Motivational Potential of Individuals: A Proposed Conceptual Framework, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol. 14, No. 4, pp. 434 – 456.
- Bhatt, P., & Jain, N. (2015). Employment preferences of job applicants: Unfolding employer branding determinants. Journal of Management Development, 34 (6), 634-652.
- Bhatt, P. (2013). Contemporaneous HR practices in Indian banking scenario. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, 7 (3), 441-451.
- Bhatt, P. (2012). Understanding HR and development paradigms - changes & effectiveness: An employees’ standpoint. Organization Development Journal, 30 (3), 75-89.