Questions I can answer: HR Accounting; Performance Metrics; Performance Management, Research Methods
Four years in Industry; 25 years in Academics and Research
Department of Management Studies, Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Yelahanka, Bangalore (2012 onwards) Post-graduate Department of Management Studies, St Aloysius College, Mangalore, India (2009-2012) National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, India (1986-2009) Bharat Gold Mines Limited., Kolar Gold Fields, Karanataka, India (1982-1986)
"Perspectives in Education"; "GITAM Journal of Management"; "Indian Journal of Technical Education"; "AIMIT Working Paper Series"; "NITK Research Bulletin"
PhD (Management) MBA (HRM) MTech (Reliability Engineering) MSc (Mining Engineering)
Behavioural aspects which defy modelling or prediction. Dynamics of performance, its multifaceted nature.
Motivating young research scholars in modelling behaviour, in creating new metrics for employee performance and hoping to do more research on key aspects of Organizational Reliability
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