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Total No of Publication : 48


A grounded theory approach for exploring shared leadership: evidence from urban primary schools in Pennsylvania

  • Authors: Kownacki A., Barker D., Arghode V.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: International Journal of Leadership in Education
    DOI: 10.1080/13603124.2020.1804622

Shared leadership among school principals and teachers has been touted as a means to enhance student achievement. Using grounded theory, we interviewed six principals and 20 urban elementary school teachers, in Pennsylvania, to examine their perceptions about federal and state mandates on shared lea...(Read Full Abstract)


A Phenomenological Approach to Explore Faculty Perceptions about Invisible Labor

  • Authors: Hamblin L., Barker D., Arghode V.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Community College Journal of Research and Practice
    DOI: 10.1080/10668926.2020.1716874

We examined faculty perceptions of invisible labor at a large, urban, multi-campus community college. Semi-structured interviews with 16 faculty of various ranks, ages, gender, disciplines, and minority statuses were conducted and then later transcribed using NVivo. Open coding and constant comparis...(Read Full Abstract)


Career self-efficacy and education abroad: implications for future global workforce

  • Authors: Arghode V., Heminger S., McLean G.N.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: European Journal of Training and Development
    DOI: 10.1108/EJTD-02-2020-0034

Purpose: This study aims to explore how career self-efficacy shapes an individual’s career decisions and how learning and development interventions, including participation in education abroad, might play a role in career choice. Design/methodology/approach: The authors used the following databases ...(Read Full Abstract)


Collaboration under outcome-based contracts for information technology services

  • Authors: Awasthy P., Hazra J.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: European Journal of Operational Research
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2020.03.003

The accelerated expansion of markets and intense competition have motivated firms to collaborate closely with vendor firms by outsourcing critical aspects of the business, including Information Technology services. We analyze the interaction between a service provider and a client in which they coll...(Read Full Abstract)


Connecting theory and practice: reviewing six learning theories to inform online instruction

  • Authors: Brieger E., Arghode V., McLean G.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: European Journal of Training and Development
    DOI: 10.1108/EJTD-07-2019-0116

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to analyze six learning theories, beyond those presented in an earlier article by the authors, and discuss their relevance and application in online instruction. Design/methodology/approach: The following databases were used to review the literature on adult lea...(Read Full Abstract)


Construct validity of public service motivation in India: a comparison of two measures

  • Authors: Gupta R., Dash S., Kakkar S., Yadav R.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Evidence-based HRM
    DOI: 10.1108/EBHRM-11-2019-0107

Purpose: Public service motivation (PSM) is a universal construct, but indigenous traditions and culture of a country are known to influence its measurement. Currently, no research on PSM in India is available. To facilitate PSM research in India, this article compares the two most used measures of ...(Read Full Abstract)


Consumers' guilt mitigation vis-à-vis discomfort with ambiguity

  • Authors: Sett R.K.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Marketing Intelligence and Planning
    DOI: 10.1108/MIP-01-2020-0002

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to empirically establish the boundary conditions of the guilt mitigation process that consumers resort to in justifying consumption under contextual ambiguity, with respect to consumers' discomfit with ambiguity. While well observed, the process of guilt mitigat...(Read Full Abstract)


Dividend policy in India: reconciling theory and evidence

  • Authors: Dixit B.K., Gupta N., Saurabh S.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Managerial Finance
    DOI: 10.1108/MF-07-2019-0344

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the dividend payout behavior of Indian firms and test whether the three prominent dividend policy theories (signaling, life-cycle and catering) explain the dividend policy of Indian firms. Design/methodology/approach: The authors test the three theori...(Read Full Abstract)


DIY Entrepreneurship? – Self-reliance for Women Refugees in Australia

  • Authors: Huq A., Venugopal V.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: International Migration
    DOI: 10.1111/imig.12727

In this paper, we call for a re-examination of the self-reliance ideology based on a neoliberal perspective to make policies for refugee women's (self-)employment and integration. We use a social constructionist perspective to conduct a narrative analysis of data from the lived experience of twelve ...(Read Full Abstract)


Does It Pay to Be Authentic? Implications of Authenticity for Life Satisfaction and Psychological Well-Being in a Collectivist Culture

Extant literature has shown that authenticity is positively related with life satisfaction and psychological well-being. Nonetheless, most of the previous research has been conducted in Western and European individualistic countries. The association of authenticity with life satisfaction and psychol...(Read Full Abstract)


Employee engagement: exploring higher education non-tenure track faculty members’ perceptions

  • Authors: Kovaleski B.J., Arghode V.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: European Journal of Training and Development
    DOI: 10.1108/EJTD-06-2020-0113

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to study employee engagement in higher education by examining full-time non-tenure track faculty members’ perceptions at a North East US state public university. Design/methodology/approach: The authors used semi-structured face-to-face personal interviews with ...(Read Full Abstract)


Engaging employees through effective performance management: an empirical examination

  • Authors: Kakkar S., Dash S., Vohra N., Saha S.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Benchmarking
    DOI: 10.1108/BIJ-10-2019-0440

Purpose: Performance management systems (PMS) are integral to an organization's human resource management but research is ambivalent on their positive impact and the mechanism through which they influence employee behavior. This study fills this gap by positing work engagement as a mediator in the r...(Read Full Abstract)


Exploring the connection between organizations and organisms in dealing with change

  • Authors: Arghode V., Jandu N., McLean G.N.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: European Journal of Training and Development
    DOI: 10.1108/EJTD-06-2020-0095

Purpose: This paper aims to review organizational studies literature and related fields to explore the parallel between organizations and organisms in dealing with change. Design/methodology/approach: The authors reviewed the literature to explore organizational change theories. Additionally, they r...(Read Full Abstract)


Financial Astrology and Behavioral Bias: Evidence from India

  • Authors: Mahendra A., Mohanty S.P., Sudalaimuthu S.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Asia-Pacific Financial Markets
    DOI: 10.1007/s10690-020-09310-8

Purpose of the study is to analyse the retrograde effect of mercury on Indian stock indices, i.e., Nifty50 and BSE Sensex. This paper presents and probes, whether the usually described phenomenon of the retrogratory effect of planets in Indian astrology persists in Indian stock indices. This researc...(Read Full Abstract)


Gender perspective in water management: The involvement of women in participatory water institutions of Eastern India

  • Authors: Khandker V., Gandhi V.P., Johnson N.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Water (Switzerland)
    DOI: 10.3390/w12010196

The paper examines the extent, nature, and factors affecting women's involvement in participatory irrigation institutions of eastern India. Effective participatory water institutions are urgently needed to improve water management in eastern India, and a significant aspect of this is the involvement...(Read Full Abstract)


Helping women intrapreneurial leaders flourish: appreciating emotional labor:

  • Authors: Biju R., Pathak A.A.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Development and Learning in Organizations
    DOI: 10.1108/DLO-02-2020-0049

Purpose: Faced with dynamic and challenging environments, organizations today expect all their leaders, including their women leaders, to be highly intrapreneurial. However, intrapreneurship is traditionally perceived to be a masculine activity. In order to appear intrapreneurial, women leaders cons...(Read Full Abstract)


How do women entrepreneurs strategize growth? An investigation using the social feminist theory lens

  • Authors: Huq A., Tan C.S.L., Venugopal V.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Journal of Small Business Management
    DOI: 10.1080/00472778.2019.1659679

This paper explores the strategic success factors of fast-growth women entrepreneurs, explicating how their gendered strategies influence their growth paths. Drawing on social feminist theory, our qualitative study posits that a conscious choice of female perspective can be the central principle beh...(Read Full Abstract)


Impact of natural background radiation on health understanding the debate

  • Authors: Krishnan T.S., Reddy A.R.P., Ramana M.V.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Economic and Political Weekly

High natural background radiation is a constant presence in the lives of those inhabiting some coastal regions of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. While there is agreement about the existence of radiation, some studies claim that it has no impact on the health of the population, while others disagree. There i...(Read Full Abstract)


Inflexible microcredit contracts and their discontents: A theoretical perspective based on consumer psychology: Inflexible microcredit contracts and their discontents

Typical microcredit contracts involve inflexibilities characterised by frequent periodic repayments without the option to restructure the same depending on emerging contingencies. Such inflexibilities increase financial stress and severely curtail autonomy, resulting in detrimental economic and psyc...(Read Full Abstract)


Preface

  • Authors: Sharma S.K., Dwivedi Y.K., Metri B., Rana N.P.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
    DOI: 10.1109/SYSMART.2016.7894476