Bala Subramanian R

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Name: Bala Subramanian R#
Designation: Assistant Professor, (Organizational Behavior)

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Area:Organizational Behavior and HRM

  • Educational Qualifications

      MHRM, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Kharagpur.
      MMS, Thiagarajar College, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai


      Pursuing Executive FPM (XLRI, Jamshedpur)

  • Research Interests

    • Gender studies, Group behavior, Happiness & performance, Leadership.

  • Academic Experience

    • Held academic positions at Karunya University and AIMA.

  • Professional Experience

    • Worked as HR Generalist in Dot Com Infoway, Madurai and Dhan foundation.

      Designed and conducted HR training programs on various (HR) topics for:
      •  2008: TVS Training academy, Madurai
      •  2008: India Post employees (Project Arrow) at Madurai
      •  2009: Voluntary Association for people Service (VAPS), Madurai
      •  2012: Nirmal Industrial control, Thane
      •  2015: Graduate Engineers Trainees, NALCO, Angul, Odissa
      •  2017: “Script of Transactional Analysis” for the Senior Executives of Prachar Bharati, Puri, Odisha

  • Selected Publications

    • Journal Publication:

      Subramanian, R. B., (2016). Women Leadership in Organization: A literature review. IIM Indore Journal of Management, Vol 8, Issue 2

      Subramanian, R. B., & Jomon, M. G. (2015). Why Happiness is Critical for Individual Performance?. IIMS Journal of Management Science, 6(1), 9-23.

      Subramanian R, B., & Mehta, S. (2013). Factors influencing disintegration of informal networks in organizations. The Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 247-255. ('C' categorized journal in the ABDC index)

      Sharma, S. K., Mehta, S., & Balasubramanian, R. (2012). Exploring the Black Box of Corporate Social Responsibility Looking Beyond Philanthropy. IPE Journal of Management, 2(1).

      Book chapters:

      Subramanian, R. B., & Kumar, S. (2016). Do Women Turn to Entrepreneurship to Maintain a Better Work–Life Balance?. In Indian Women as Entrepreneurs (pp. 63-80). Palgrave Macmillan UK (eBook ISBN 978-1-137-60259-6)

      R, B., & Chakraborty, U. (2016). Triguna and Entrepreneurship. In S. Sengupta (Ed.), Compendium On Integrating Spirituality & Organizational Leadership (Vol. 9, Spirituality for Social Innovation and Social Change, pp. 214-218). New Delhi: ISOL Publications.


      Poster presented on “Choice Complexity And Rationality: A Comparative Study On Retail Store Format's Influence On Consumers’ Satisficing buying decision, India” at TAPMI-Max Planck-SOTON Winter School on Bounded Rationality 2019, January 14 to 20, 2019

      Paper titled "Influence of Organization size on service quality: A Study on Government Hospitals, Odisha" was accepted for the poster session of 4th IIMA International Conference on Advances in Healthcare Management Services in IIM Ahmedabad, February 16-17, 2019.

      Paper titled “Influences Of Gratitude On Team Performance: The Mediating Role Of Team Cohesion” was presented for the AMJ Paper and Idea development workshop at the IIM Bangalore on February 17-18, 2018

      Paper titled "SR Software and It's Entrepreneurial Attempt In A Franchisee Model Of Business" was presented at IMI-NASMEI Summer Marketing Conference, July 2017, IIM Indore.

      Paper titled “Skill-based education in Management”, was presented at the 6th National Conference on Management Science and Practice (MSP 2016), IIT Madras, September 9-10, 2016.

      Paper titled "Women Leadership in Organization – A literature review” – presented at the 3rd PAN-IIM World Management Conference, IIM Indore during 16 – 18 December 2015

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