Ranjeet Nambudiri is a faculty in the Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management area.
His research interests include trust and distrust related issues in business and non-business contexts, justice issues during organizational change (mergers and acquisitions, diversification, spin-offs and restructuring), managing organizational transformation, high performance work systems, self-managed teams, and organizational commitment. Two of his cases are registered and published on Ivey Publishing and Harvard Business Press and others are under advanced stages of review with the Asian Case Research Journal. He has presented papers at international (EIASM, AAOM, AICSDR) and national conferences.
RFEREED JOURNALS (in order of ABDC ratings)
ABDC Rating : A
· Sharma, A., & Nambudiri,, R. (accepted). Work Engagement, Job Crafting and Innovativeness in the Indian IT Industry. Personnel Review (forthcoming)
· Nambudiri, R. (2012). Propensity to trust and organizational commitment: A study in the Indian pharmaceutical sector, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 23(5), March 2012.
ABDC Rating : B
· Sehgal, P. , Nambudiri, R., & Mishra, S. (2017). Teacher Effectiveness through Self-Efficacy, Collabration, and Prinicipal Leadership. International Journal of Educational Management. 31 (4), pp. 505-517
· Totawar, A.K. & Nambudiri, R.. (2014). Mood and Self-Efficacy: The Moderation of Hedonic and Utilitarian Motivation, Human Resource Development Review, 13(3), pp. 314-335
ABDC Rating : C
· Totawar, A., Nambudiri, R., & Nath, P. (2016). I am in a Good Mood but does that Affect my Self-Efficacy: An Experimental Study to Test the Moderation of Hedonic and Utilitarian motivation. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 14(1), pp. 115-140
· C.V. Deepa, & Nambudiri, R. (2016). An Exploration of the Relationship between Personality Dimensions and Role Stress. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 14(1), pp. 155-172.
· Sharma, A. & Nambudiri, R. (2015). Job Leisure Conflict, Turnover Intention and the Role of Job Satisfaction as a Mediator: An Empirial study of Indian IT professionals. South Asian Journal of Management, 22(1), January – March 2015, pp. 7-28
· Totawar, A.K. & Nambudiri, R.. (2014). Can Fairness explain Satisfaction? Mediation of Quality of Worklife (QWL) in the Influence of Organiztaional Justice on Job Satisfaction, South Asian Journal of Management, 21(2), April-June 2014, pp. 101-122
OTHER REFEREED PUBLICATIONS – VIKALPA, IVEY PUBLISHING, ET CASES
· Nambudiri, R.., Ramnarayan, S., & Xavier, C. (2017) Apigee: People Management Practices and the Challenge of Growth. In Ivey Publishing (9B17C022)
· Nambudiri, R., & Ghulyani, S. (2017). Transforming Higher Education: How Culture Disables a University’s Change Initiative. In Sahay., & Sarma, P.R.S. (Eds.), Select Management Cases, E T Cases: Mumbai, pp. 179-196.
· Nambudiri, R. (2017)."Immediate Survival or Long-term Growth? The Case of an Indian Organization." Vikalpa 42.2 (2017), pp. 122-124.
· Pandey, A., Nambudiri, R., & Anand, P. (2016). To Change or Not to Change: The Curious Case of Managing Change at CIITS. In Sahay., V., & Sarma, P.R.S. (Eds.), Handbook of Management Cases, E T Cases: Mumbai. pp. 106-118.
· Totawar, A.K. & Nambudiri, R.. (2014). How does Organizational Justice Influence Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment: Explaining with Psychological Capital (PsyCap), Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers, 39(2), April-June 2014, pp. 83-99
· Nambudiri, R. & Jayasimha, K.R.. (2008). Performance management at National Institute of Management (Central India campus) (A), 9B08C20w, case registered with Ivey Publishing.
· Nambudiri, R. & Jayasimha, K.R.. (2009). Performance management at National Institute of Management (Central India campus) (B), 9B09C009w, case registered with Ivey Publishing.
· Nambudiri, R., Totawar,A., & Manu Prasad (2016). "Does the name matter? The what and why of name dropping." International Journal of Psychology 51 (2016): 71.
· Minocha, A., & Nambudiri, R. (2015). DC Pharmaceuticals: Combating the challenge of attrition. IIM Indore Cases portfolio, 03/015/OBHRM
· Nambudiri, R., & Tewari, R. (2014). Corporate Social Responsibility and Organizational Commitment, Indian Journal of Training and Development, 44(1), January-March 2014, pp. 41-47
· Nambudiri, R., & Ravichandran, R. (2013). Organizational Transformation: The case of Republic Bank of India (REBI). Indore Management Journal, 4 (4), pp. 31-39.
· Totawar, A. & Nambudiri, R. (2012). An overview pf depersonalization in the organizational context. Indore Management Journal, 4(2), July – September 2012, pp. 64-72.
· Prasad, M., Totawar, A., & Nambudiri, R. (2016). The what and why of name dropping, 31ST International Congress of Psychology proceedings.
· Majumdar, B. & Nambudiri, R. (2014). Understanding voluntary employee turnover from a swicthing cost perspective: A conceptual model, British Academy of Management, Belfast, Ireland, Conference proceedings
· Sehgal, P. & Nambudiri, R. (2013). Antecedents of teacher effectiveness: Mediating role of teacher efficacy, London International Conference on Education, London, Conference proceedings
· Totawar, A. K., & Nambudiri, R. (2012). Feeling fair and being satisfied: effect of organizational justice on job satisfaction and the mediation of quality of work life. 30th International Congress of Psychology 2012, Cape Town, South Africa. Conference proceedings.
· Cascio, W.F., & Nambudiri, R. (2010) Managing Human Resources: Productivity, Quality of work life, and Profits. Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2010
· Monappa, A., Nambudiri, R., & Patturaja., S. (2012) Industrial Relations and Labour Laws. Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2012
· Nambudiri, R., Shaik, R., & Ghulyani, S. (2017). Does your academic performance depend on your personality? The mediation pof Psycap. Presented at the 77th Anuual meeting of the Academy of Management at Atlanta, USA, August 2017.
· Prasad, M., Totawar, A., & Nambudiri R. (2016). The what and why of name dropping. Presented at the 31st International Congress of Psychology, Japan, July 2016
· Pandey, A., & Nambudiri, R. (2015). Voice as a response to destructive leadership: Subordinate’s personality and organizational climate as moderators. Presented at the 59th EGOS Conference in Athens, July 2015
· Thomas, R. & Nambudiri R. (2015). Duty as motivation: Deontic Motivation, organizational commitment and socialization. Paper presented at the 75th Academy of Management Annual meeting at Vancouver, BC, Canada.
· Totawar, A. & Nambudiri, R. (2014). “Explaining how organizational justice influences job satisfaction and organizational commitment: Using quality of work life as a mediator” presented at the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology held at Paris from 8-13th July 2014
· Nambudiri, R., & Tewari, R. (2013). Corporate Social Responsibility and Organizational Commitment. Paper presented at the 73rd Academy of Management Annual Meeting at Orlando, Florida, USA.
· Totawer, A. K., & Nambudiri, R. (2012). Mood and Self-Efficacy: The Moderating Effect of Hedonic and Utilitarian Motivation. Presented at the 72nd Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2012, Boston, USA.
· Sharma, A. & Nambudiri, R. (2013). The relationship between job-leisure conflict and turnover intention: A social exchange theory and individualization idealogy approach. Presented at the 13th European Academy of Management (EURAM) conference, Istanbul, Turkey.