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Prof. Sanghamitra Buddhapriya

Prof. Sanghamitra Buddhapriya

PhD, FMS, University of Delhi; Post- Doctoral, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada


Contact: 011-41242469

Total Years of Experience

27 Years

Brief description of Experience

Dr. Sanghamitra Buddhapriya has more than 27 years of experience in research, teaching, training and consulting. She received the prestigious Shastri Indo-Canadian Fellowship and did her post-doctoral research from Michel D Groote School of Business, McMaster University, Canada. She has authored two books and published many research articles in referred national and international journals. Recipient of ‘50 Women Leaders in Education' Award, 2019 from World Education Congress and Distinguished Alumni Award, 2018 from Department of Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar.

She teaches courses at the post graduate level and conducts training programmes extensively for both public and private sector organizations in the areas of leadership, team building, interpersonal relationship, strategic HRM, coaching & mentoring, work life balance, gender issues at work, stress management, emotional intelligence, decision making, creativity and innovation etc. Presently she is the Dean (Academics).

Research Interest Areas

Green Behaviour, Intrinsic Motivation, Gender Issues at Work, Work life Balance, Diversity Management, Mentoring & Coaching

Consulting Interest Areas

Strategic human resource management, competency mapping, training & development

Selected Publications
Research Papers in National & International Journals

1) Buddhapriya, S., & Mohapatra, A. (2024) The Impact of Technostress on the Academic Performance of Business School Students: Moderating Role of Self-Efficacy, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 59 (3), 393-411.
2) Buddhapriya, S. (2021) Predicament of the unorganized workers in the construction sector with a special reference to lockdown due to COVID-19, Abhigyan, Vol. 39 (3)
3) Buddhapriya, S., & Bhatt, P. (2021) Intrinsic motivational potential and its effect on academic performance, life-satisfaction and procrastination: a study of MBA students’, Int. J. of Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol. 22, (4), 443–460.
4) Buddhapriya, S., & Bhatt, P. (2018) Intrinsic Motivational Potential Inventory: Development of a Measure, Int. J. Indian Culture and Business Management, 17(4), 478-501.
5) Buddhapriya, S (2018) People-Issues in the Telecom Industry and HR Preparedness: A Study of Select Telecom Companies in India, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 53 (4), 572-590.
6) Bhat, P., & Buddhapriya, S. (2017) Behavioural Traits Affecting Motivational Potential of Individuals: A Proposed Conceptual Framework. International Journal Indian Culture and Business Management, 14( 4) 434-456.
7) Buddhapriya, S. (2017) Mentoring Experience: A study of Indian Public Sector professionals, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 52 (4), April, 689-705.
8) Bashehab, O.S., & Buddhapriya, S. (2015). The Influence of Organizational Culture Dimensions on Knowledge Management Practices in the Banking Sector of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, International Journal of Scientific Research, 4(9), 163-166.
9) Bashehab, O. S., & Buddhapriya, S. (2013). Status of knowledge based economy in the Kingdome of Saudi Arabia: An analysis. Journal of Social and Development Sciences, 46 (2), 268-274.
10) Buddhapriya, S. (2013). Diversity management practices in select firms in India: A critical analysis. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 48 (4), 597-610.
11) Buddhapriya, S. (2011). Identifying the critical dimensions of gender sensitivity in management: A study of the perception of male –female professionals, International Journal of Diversity in organizations, communities and Nations, 10 (5), 21-36.
12) Buddhapriya, S. (2009). Work life balance issues and its impact on career decisions: A study of Indian women professionals. Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers,, 34 (1), 31-46.
13) Buddhapriya, S. (2005) Work-life Balance: Implications for Business, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations , 41 (2) 233-247
14) Buddhapriya, S. (1999) Fear of Success and Women Managers: An Empirical Investigation, Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers, IIM Ahmedabad, 24 (4), 17-27.
15) Buddhapriya, S. & Khadelwal P., (1995) Sex-role Stereotypes and Women Managers: A Reality”, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Delhi, July, 13 (1), 72-90.

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FORE School of Management has been designing, developing and conducting innovative Executive Education (EE)/ Management Development Programmes (MDPs) for working executives in India for over three decades.