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Dr. Satish Kalra

Dr. Satish Kalra
Professor,
Great Lakes Institute of Management
Area: Organisational Behavior
Email: satish.k@greatlakes.edu.in

 

Dr. Satish Kalra is currently Professor of Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management. He has earned his PhD from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai in Social Sciences. Dr. Kalra has rich academic experience of 37 years spanning premier B Schools like NITIE, IIM Lucknow, MDI, and IMI. Dr. Kalra was one of the founding faculty members at IIM Lucknow where he held various key administrative positions including Officiating Director. Prior to his academic experience, Dr. Kalra had worked in industry for 5 years at RCF and TCS.

Dr. Kalra is a very active researcher with about 90 peer reviewed research publications in national and international journals. He has been a Visiting Scholar at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

PUBLICATIONS

  • The Hospitalised Mentally Ill in Maharashtra, Economic & Political Weekly, March 13, 1971, pp. 633-636.
  • Literacy Among Tribal People of India, Vanyajati, April, 1972.
  • Objectives of Training : An Overview Study, Indian Manager; July – Sept. 1972.
  • The Zones of Anxiety, Social Welfare, Dec. 1972.
  • Some Demographic & Socio – Economic Characteristics of Kurumans of Kerala, Vanyajati, Jan. 1973.
  • Deterioration of Performance & Morale : A Case Study, Indian Manager, April – June, 1974.
  • A Study of Autocratic & Democratic Manager, Indian Manager, Oct. – Dec., 1974.
  • Industrial Conflict: Diagnosis, Treatment & Future Status, Indian Industries, Jan. 1975.
  • A Comparative Study of High & Low Achievers, Indian Dissertation Abstracts, Jan. – March, 1975.
  • The Case of Disobedient Peon: A Case Study – ISTD Review, Jan. – Feb., 1975.
  • Are We Ripe for Participative Management – I, ISTD Review, May – June, 1975.
  • Are We Ripe for Participative Management – II, ISTD Review, Sept.- Dec. 1975
  • Caste and Achievement Values, Indian Journal of Social Work; April 1976, pp. 25-29.
  • Manager of Tomorrow, ISTD Review, Sept.-Oct., 1976.
  • Management Training: A View Point, Training & Development, March – April, 1977.
  • Personnel Function and Development of Personnel Executive – Some Observations, Indian Journal of Training & Development, July – Aug., 1978, pp. 39-43.
  • Book Review of Human Relations in Organizations, Udyog Pragati, Nov. – Dec., 1978.
  • Supervisory Training Needs for Large Industries in Tribal Belts, Indian Journal of Training & Development, Nov.-Dec., 1978.
  • The Case of Building Take-over, Udyog Pragati, April-June, 1979.
  • Some Aspects of Childhood Socialization of High Achievers, Chapter 36, The Child in India (Book) Himalayas Publishing House, Dec. 1979, pp. 519-532.
  • Establishment of Management Training Division : A Case Study – Indian Journal of Training & Development, July – Sept., 1980.
  • Performance of Schedule Caste & Schedule Tribe Aspirants for Executives’ Positions: A Study, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Oct., 1980.
  • Development of Achievement Values During Childhood: Non-Family Members’ Influence, Indian Journal of Social Work, Oct., 1980.
  • Application of Organizational Development Principles at Sub-Systems Level – A Model for Training, Indian Journal of Training & Development, Jan.-June, 1981.
  • Motivation of Research & Design Personnel: A Research Note – Administrative Management, Jan.-March, 1981.
  • Managerial Motivation: Why Indian Managers Change Their Job? Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, July 1981
  • Family Life of High Achievers: A Study in a Business Organization: Indian Journal of Social Work, Oct., 1981.
  • Job Stress: As Executives, See It – Indian Management, Oct., 1981.
  • Difference in Recall of Adolescent Socialization among High and Low Achievers in Business, Journal of Applied Social Psychology (USA) Vol. 11(6), Nov.-Dec., 1981.
  • Environmental Stress: Effects and Evaluation – A Study (Jointly with S.M. Malhotra) Udyog Pragati Vol. 6(2), April-June, 1982.
  • Perpetual Difference in Quality of Work Life Factor or Indian Journal of Training & Development, July – Dec., 1982 (Jointly with S. Ghosh).
  • Achievement Motivation: A Psychological Variable in Productivity and Economic Development, Udyog Pragati, (Spl. Issue on Productivity) July-Dec., 1982.
  • Quality of Work Life – Some Determinants, Indian Management, Sept. 1983 (Jointly with S. Ghosh).
  • The Case Method & Syndicates in Management Training – Invited Chapter for the Book – Management Development & Training in Public Enterprises, Ajantha, Delhi, 1983.
  • Quality of Work Life: A Study of some Associated Factors, Indian Journal of Social Work, Oct.-Dec., 1984 (Jointly with S. Ghosh).
  • Institution Building in Education and Research – Invited Chapter for the Book – Educational Administration New Perspectives & View Points, Seema Publishing Co., Delhi.
  • Personnel Management by Anand S. Agarwal (Book Review) – Economic Scene, 1985.
  • Management of Creativity: Institution Building in Education & Research in Indian Context, Indian Management, June, 1985.
  • Creating and Managing an Innovative Culture : Case Study of an Educational Institution (Jointly with Prof. Rajen. K. Gupta), International Training & Development Conference, New Delhi, Nov., 1987.
  • Reaction to Authoritarian Leadership : A Projective Study, Indian Journal of Social Work, Vol. 49 (1), Jan.-March, 1988.
  • Effective Human Resources Development Through Policy Intervention, Industrial Relations News and Views, April-June, 1988.
  • Book Review (Training for Management Development by Dr.P.N. Singh), Northern India Patrika, Sunday Magazine, June 26, 1988.
  • Introduction – An Overview, Introductory Chapter of the Book (along with T.S. Venkoba Rao) Social View of Industrial Relations (Edt. NAA), Jaico, Bombay, 1988.
  • Social View of Industrial Relations – A Systems Approach, Chapter 2, Social View of Industrial Relations, Jaico, Bombay, 1988.
  • Reinforcing Self Awareness Through Periodic Inputs : Self Development Training for the Branch Staff of Large Engineering company (along with Rajen Gupta) Indian Journal of Training & Development, Jan.-Feb., 1989.
  • Self Awareness Oriented Inputs for Staff Development : A Case (along with Rajen. Gupta) Media and Technology for Human Resources Development, July, 1989.
  • Self Awareness for Personal and Managerial Effectiveness of Medical Officers – Souvenir of Human Reproduction Research Centre (ICMR), Queen Marry’s Hospital, Lucknow, 1989.
  • Impact of Sensitivity Training on Self Awareness Amongst Higher Education Teachers (along with R.K. Gupta) Proc. 77th Indian Science dCongress, Feb. 1990.
  • Developing Competence Motive: Neglected Area in Human Resources Development (along with Shalini Ghildial), Indian Journal of Training & Development, (Spl. Issue on Creativity in Training & Development, Vol.29(3&4) May-Aug., 1990.
  • Special requirements of Adult Learners, Invited paper presented at All India Conference for Education Officers, Dec. 19, 1990, Lucknow. Organised by Central Board for Workers Education, Nagpur.
  • High Principles – Comment on How Top Businessmen Measure up, Economic Times. Thursday, 7 March, 1991.
  • Perceived Self Improvement Among the Post Graduate Management Students after the Self Development Course, Indian Journal of Training & Development, 21(4), July-Aug., 1991.
  • Motivating Self and Staff, Distance Learning Module or Medical Officers (Human Resources Management – Module – 4) National Institute for Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi, Sept. 1991.
  • Performance Appraisal Counselling Through Transactional Analysis in an Educational Insitution (Jointly with Anuja Agarwal), Media Technology for Human Resources Development, Oct. 1991.
  • Felt Impact of Self Development Course on the self Awareness and Self Development of Post Graduate Management Students (Jointly with Anuja Agarwal) HRD Newsletter, 1991.
  • “What is HRD” in Human Resources Management, National Institute of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi, Sept, 1991.
  • Group Discussion Has it’s Utility. “The Hindu”, (Madras) Dec. 12, 1991, (Business Review Section).
  • Learning from Failures: Sharing of an Experience, Indian Journal of Training & Development, Sept.-Oct., 1992.
  • Teachers’ Perceptions : Administrators Challenge (Jointly with Rashmi Raina and Rajen Gupta) University News, Jan. 5, 1993.
  • Managerial Leadership in Indian Context: A Literature Review for Research Directions. (Jointly with Anju Sahay & Rajen Gupta) Working Paper Series WPS 1(3), 1993, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow.
  • Higher Education Teachers’ Perceptions and Feelings about their community and institutions : A Study of the Culture of Educational Institutions (Jointly with Rashmi Raina & Rajen Gupta) Working Paper Series WPS 1(4) 1993, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow. (Modified Version, published in the Indian Journal of Social Work, Vol. 55(2), April 1994.
  • Birds without Wings: Women Teachers Perceptions About Their Identify. (Jointly with Rashmi Raina). In Process. Indian Journal of Training & Development, Vol. 24(1). Jan.-March, 1994.
  • A Bibliography of Managerial Leadership in Indian Context : 1985 to Early 1992 (Jointly with Anju Sahay & Rajen Gupta) Indian Journal of Training & Development, Vol. 24(2), April-June, 1994.
  • Patronising As an Effective Managerial Style in the context of Indian Culture. International Association of Applied Psychology : Special Symposium on Indigenous Behaviours in Effective Management and Organisations, Guangzhou (Canton), China, August 27-30, 1995.
  • Human Potential Management: Time to Move Beyond the Concept of Human Resource Management Journal of European Industrial Training, 21/5,1997, 176 – 180
  • Performance Management: The Challenges Ahead, Human Capital, November 1997
  • Some Behavioural Dimensions of Effective Managerial Style In The Indian Context in Management and Cultural Values ( Edtrs. Henry S.R.Kao, D. Sinha, B. Wilpert ) Sage Publications, New Delhi,1999,287 – 296.
  • A Study of Organizational Socialization Practices for New Recruits in a Multinational Software Company, Human Capital, August 2001.
  • Effective Managerial Leadership Styles in Indian Context: Consultative Style as One of The Viable Alternatives, International Leadership Conference, Nov.14 – 16,2002, Seattle, Washington, USA. ( Also included as a chapter in the Book – Indigeneity and Universality in Social Science: A South Asian Response (Edtrs. Mukherjee PN & Sengupta Chandan) Sage,2004
  • Book Review (Toward Personal Excellence by Seema Sanghi, Response) Vision,Vol.6 No.2, July-December, 2002.
  • Creating Value for External and Internal Stakeholders (Joint Authors) in the Book Creating Value Through People (Edtrs. Singh P. et al) Excell Books 2005.
  • Autobiography of a Manager (Joint Authors) Asian Case Research Journal (Singapore) Vol. 9 (2), 283-297, 2005.
  • Gurgaon Branch (Joint Authors), Asian Case Research Journal (Singapore) Vol.10 (1), 103-142, 2006.
  • Achieving Innovative Excellence at IERT (Joint Authors) in Understanding Organisational Behaviour (Pareek Udai), Oxford University Press, 2007, 227-231.
  • The Trials and Tribulations of Gaining and Maintaining ‘Entry’ in the formal Organizations in India (Joint Authors) Int. J. Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol. 2(4), 2009, 423 – 453.
  • Uncovering the influencing factors that shape a bank’s branch culture using Ethnographic case study method, Int. J. Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol. 5 (3), 2012, 321- 365.
  • The Organisational socialization of young software engineers: The case Study of an US subsidiary in India, Int. J. Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol.5 (4), 2012, 415 – 437.
  • Measuring Financial Risk Taking using a dual preference approach for Determination of Financial Satisfaction (Joint Authors), Indian Academy of Management Conference, IIM Ahmadabad, 13-15, December, 2013
  • Team Member Attributes and Learning in Team Projects, (Joint Authors), was Accepted for International Workshop on Team Working, University of Girona, Spain, September 18-19,2014 (Could not attend & Present)

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