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Dr. Manjari Srivastava

Dr. Manjari Srivastava

Associate Dean

PhD IIT Kanpur, Masters in Psychology Kanpur University

Email ID:manajri.srivastava@sbm.nmims.edu

Teaching Experience: 21 years

Manjari Srivastava has been associated with SBM NMIMS since 2007. At SBM, she has taken up various positions of responsibilities from SBM Faculty -in-charge, Faculty- in- charge Research, Programme Chair- PhD, Area Chair- HR and currently Associate Dean SBM, Navi Mumbai Campus.

Subject teaching:

Teaching for core MBA, MBA-HR and PhD programs.

Teaching courses both for first year and second year MBA students. Courses offered at MBA levels are – Organizational Behaviour, HRM, Organizational Research, Performance Management and HR Analytics.

Doctoral level courses include, seminars on ‘Theory building and research, Seminar in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management.’

Offers workshops for MBA students in "Leadership, Personal Effectiveness, Conflict Management, Assessment Centers, Assessment Techniques and Team Building.

Guiding Ph.D. Research-Currently six students are enrolled and pursuing their PhD under my supervision. Six students have already been successfully awarded PhD under my supervision.

Research Interests-

Managerial and group effectiveness, positive psychology, Leadership.

Involvement at National Level

Member of Expert Committee for Thermal Energy and Coal Mining under Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Govt. of India as social scientist.

 

Panel member with National Board of Accreditation under AICTE to conduct accreditation audits for various management institutes in India.

Industry/Consulting Experience

Executive Training in corporate in areas like Team Building, conflict management, personal effectiveness and Performance Management

Major Achievements, Honours and Awards, Certifications

Member of Expert Committee for Thermal Energy and Coal Mining under Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Govt. of India as social scientist.

 

Panel member with National Board of Accreditation under AICTE to conduct accreditation audits for various management institutes in India.

 

Membership / Fellowship of Professional Societies

  • Member National Board of Accreditation, India
  • Member of National Academy of Psychology, India
  • Member of Indian Society for Training &Development
  • Member International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP)
  • Member Society for Human Resource Management, India.
  • Member of Board of Studies for Durga Devi Saraf Institute of Management studies Mumbai.

Certifications

· Qualitative Research by University of Illinois, April 2017.

· Case Method Teaching Seminar by Prof V.G. Narayanan, Harvard Business School, July 2017.

· Executive training on ‘Participant Centered Learning’ at Harvard Business School, Boston, USA, 2013

· Case writing workshop by Harvard Business School at Mumbai Center, February 2014, Mumbai, India.

· Research Methodology workshop for doctoral educators - Building the Foundations of Management Research, AIMA New Delhi year 2012.

· Structural Equation Modeling by National Academy of Psychology, IRMA, Gujrat. 2011.

· Case writing and teaching. ISB Hyderabad & IIT Mumbai. 2010.

· Emotional Intelligence. NMIMS. 2010.

· Psychological testing and accreditation workshop, Central Testing, Hyderabad & NAOP, India. 2010.

· Thomas Personal Profile analyses by Thomas Assessment Pvt. Ltd. Year 2009.

· HR Metrics, by SHRM, India, Year 2009.

On Editorial Board

  • Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology. ISSN 0303-2582
  • Research Journal of International Association for Peace Psychology. ISSN 1395-4435.
  • Panel reviewer for various national and International Conferences and Journal publications.

Service to the University

Have been the part of core committee to develop and establish MBA HR Program at SBM. The program is running successfully since 2012 and pride of SBM.

Have been faculty –in-Charge for SBM, Vile Parle, Faculty -in-charge for students’ literary cell ‘Mantavya.’ The responsibility entails guiding and monitoring students’ activity for the cell.

Involvement in institute’s selection process both for students and faculty.

Instituted selection process for students specializing in Human Resource Management by setting up assessment center as a coordinated effort with area members.

Member of disciplinary Committee at the school.

Have taken responsibilities towards faculty coordination and delivery of courses across various programs in the institute.

Development of new courses and revision of course contents along with the area members.

Enabling faculty for performance and development, faculty mentoring.

My academic responsibilities lie not only for the course delivery but also providing mentoring to students. Guiding students’ projects and dissertations. Conducting workshops for students. Have also taught courses for Stevens University, USA in a joint collaboration with Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering, NMIMS University.

Publications

 

List of Journal Publications

1. A Bhattacharya, M Srivastava (2020). A Framework of Online Customer Experience: An Indian Perspective Global Business Review. Vol.21 Issue 3 (listed in ABDC journal category)

 

2. A. Bhattacharjee, M. Srivastava, V.Vohra & L. Dellve(2020). Leadership Development in Social Care-A Study of the Entrepreneurs and Managers of Elder Care in India and Sweden. Purushartha-A Journal of Management ethics and Spirituality. Vol 12, issue 2, pp. 14-34. (Scopus Indexed Journal)

 

3. Mulik, S., Srivastava, Manjari & Yajnik, N. (2020). Flow Experience and MOOC Acceptance: Mediating Role of MOOC Satisfaction. NMIMS Management Review. Vol.38, Issue1, pp52-68 (listed in Web of Science and Cabell’s directory)

 

 

4.Sekhon, S. K., & Srivastava, M. (2019). Conquering workplace loneliness Individual or organization accountability.Human Resource Management International Digest. Emerald Insight(listed in ABDC journal category)

 

5.Mulik, S., Srivastava, M., Yajnik, N., & Taras, V. (2019). Antecedents and outcomes of flow experience of MOOC users.Journal of International Education in Business. (listed in ABDC journal category)

 

6.Arijit Bhattacharya, Manjari Srivastava & Sanjeev Verma (2019). Customer Experience in Online shopping: A structural Modeling Approach. Journal of Global Marketing, vol 32, issue 1, pp3-16 (listed in ABDC journal category). Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

 

7. Manjari Srivastava & Poulami Banerjee & Manjari Srivastava (2019). A Review of Emotional Contagion. Journal of Management Research, Vol. 19, issue 4, pp.250-266. (listed in ABDC journal category)

 

8. Arijit Bhattacharya & Manjari Srivastava (2018). "Antecedents for online shopping experience: An empirical Study” NMIMS Management Review. Vol.34, issue 4, pp. 12-30 (listed in Web of Science and Cabell’s directory)

 

 

9.Mulik, S., Srivastava, M., & Yajnik, N. (2018). Extending UTAUT Model to Examine MOOC Adoption.NMIMS MANAGEMENT REVIEW,36(2), 26-44. ( listed in Web of Science and Cabell’s Directory

 

10.Chandrama Mohanty and Manjari Srivastava (2017). "Burnout in Financial Services - Is only the individual to blame?” International Journal of Management Research Vol.5 (1),

 

11. Anjani Anand, Veena Vohra, Manjari Srivastava & Sumi Jha (2017). "Team level Outcomes of Work-family conflict: Exploring the impact of Workplace Social Support and Role Overload” NMIMS Journal of Economics and Public Policy, Vol 2, 45-60.

 

12.Dhruv Desai & Manjari Srivastava (2017). "Emotional intelligence - the moderator of leadership styles and performance NMIMS Management Review 33, 35-56. (listed in Web of Science and Cabell’s directory)

 

13. Manjari Srivastava & Poulami Banerjee (2016), "Understanding Gen Y: The Motivations, Values and Beliefs.” Journal of Management Research 16 (3), 148-164.( listed in ABDC journal category)

 

14. Manjari Srivastava & Ruta Vyas (2015). "Empowering Leadership: A study of Team Leaders and Team Members.” The Indian Journal of Industrial Relations. Vol 50. No. 4. (Listed in ABDC journal category).

15. Manjari Srivastava (2015) "Trauma, Trust and Hope among Women: A Qualitative Study”, Psychological Studies, Vol. 60, issue 2, pp.170-184. (Springer) abstracted/indexed in Scopus, PsycINFO, Google Scholar, Academic OneFile, OCLC, SCImago, Summon by ProQuest

 

 

16. Sumi Jha and Manjari Srivastava (2014) "Organizational commitment and culture: A Study at Indian IT and ITES sector”, Journal of Management Research, Indianjournal.com. Vol. 14, No. 4, Oct–Dec. pp. 227-238. (Listed in ABDC journal category).

 

17.Manjari Srivastava (2014). "Who is responsible for workaholism?
Me, my parents or my work place?” Journal- Human Resource Management International Digest, vol.22, issue5 2014, Springer. (Listed in ABDC journal category)

 

 

18.Sharon Pande & Manjari Srivastava (2013). The Black Box of Leadership.International Journal of Business and General Management (IJBGM); ISSN(Print):2319-2267; ISSN(Online): 2319-2275; Impact Factor(JCC): 2.8637

 

19. Srivastava, M. (2012, January). Construction of trust and hope by women who lived through trauma: A grounded theory approach. In INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY (Vol. 47, pp. 626-626). 27 CHURCH RD, HOVE BN3 2FA, EAST SUSSEX, ENGLAND: PSYCHOLOGY PRESS.

 

20. Manjari Srivastava (2012). Stress, Work holism and Job Demands: A study of executives in Mumbai NMIMS Management Review. ( listed in Web of Science and Cabell’s Directory)

 

21. Manjari Srivastava & Zeeshan Sumrani (2012).All Aboard the Magic Bus .South Asian Journal of Management Vol. 19, Issue no.2, Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia. (Listed in ABDC journal category).

 

22. Srivastava Manjari & Sinha A.K.(March,2012) Organizational Competitiveness Through Task Design and Group Effectiveness. In Global Competition and Competitiveness of Indian Corporates (Editor-Shailendra Singh), MacMillan Publishers India Ltd.

 

23. Srivastava Manjari (2011). Anxiety, stress and satisfaction among professionals: fallout of personal values, work values and extreme job conditions, Vision – The Journal of Business Perspective. Sage publication. Vol.15, No. 3. Pp. 219-230.

 

24. Srivastava Manjari (2011). Work place flexibility: Implications on developmental opportunities and work-family conflicts, Psychological Studies. Springer, vol. 56, No.3. pp. 311-317.

 

25. Srivastava Manjari (2011). From Family Managed Business to Professionally Run Company : A case of Dimond Jewellery Company. Case Mehod Institute, ECCH. Product no.311-013-1

 

26. Srivastava Manjari & Sinha A.K.(2011). Task Characteristics and group effectiveness in Indian organizations. The Indian Journal of Industrial Relations. Vol 46. No. 4. (Listed in ABDC journal category).

 

27. Srivastava Manjari & Sumita Sarkar (2009) Women Hawkers in New Economic Environment: A case of Navi Mumbai. ASBM Journal of Management, Vol2, No.2 pp.48-63.(listed in proquest & Ebsco)

 

28. Srivastava Manjari & Arvind K. Sinha (2009). Relationship between Organizational Support and Managerial Effectiveness: An Exploration.Management and Labour Studies, Vol.34, No.4, pp537-555. (listed in proquest & Ebsco data bases)

 

29. Srivastava Manjari & Sinha, A.K. (2009). Individual Characteristics for Managerial Effectiveness in a Competitive Environment: An Exploration. In Global Competition and Competitiveness of Indian Corporates –Measurement and Analysis. (Editors: Krishna Kumar & Bhatt, P.R.) MacMillan Publishers India Ltd.

 

30. Srivastava Manjari & Garg Rajeev (1999). ‘Learning How to Learn’. Productivity Promotion.

 

31. Srivastava Manjari & Srivastava A.K. (1998). Reservation policy and its impact on students. Journal of Social Science.

 

32. Srivastava Manjari(2000). ‘Innovative ways to spread management education’. IILM Review

 

33.Srivastava Manjari (2000). ‘Quo Vadis’. IILM Review.

 

34.Srivastava Manjari (2000). ‘Creating Creativity’. Paradigm. Sage Publications.

 

 

 

List of Conference Publications

  1. Manjari Srivastava and Sagaljeet Kaur(2018). "Effect of quality of work life on life satisfaction among seafarers” Presented in symposium on Advances in Positive Organizational Behavior, 28th Annual Conference of NAOP, 19 to 22nd December’18, University of Delhi.

 

  1. Manjari Srivastava and Nikhil Mahendroo (2017). Influence of Indian meditation practices on emotional intelligence, wellbeing and character strength”, 27th Annual Conference of NAOP, 22nd to 24th November, 2017, IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal.

 

3.Chandrama Mohanty and Manjari Srivastava (2017) "Predictors of Burnout: A study in Indian financial sectorPaper accepted for the oral presentation at an international conference- European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Congress (EAWOP) Dublin, Ireland 17- 20 May 2017.

 

 

4.Manjari Srivastava & Ruta Vyas(2015). "Factors influencing empowering leadership behavior: a study of team leaders’ locus of control, team members’ task characteristics, tenure under leadership and power distance.”, Paper Presented in XIVth European Congress of Psychology(2015), Milan, Italy.

 

5. Manjari Srivastava & Ruta Vyas (2014). "Antecedents to Leaders’ empowering behavior: A study of team leaders and their subordinates.” Paper presentedto the symposium on ``Alternative Models of Leadership and Their Motivational Foundations’’ at the 14th International Congress of Applied Psychology in Paris, France from 8th July to 13th July 2014.

 

  1. Manjari Srivastava (2014), Leadership effectiveness: A perspective from leaders and their team members”, 24th National Convention of National Academy of Psychology, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal, 12th to 14th December 2014

 

7. Manjari Srivastava (2012). Social Networking Practices: A Tool for Managerial Effectiveness. XXII Annual Convention of the National Academy of Psychology (NAOP) India, 10-12 December 2012. Christ University Banglore.

 

8. Manjari Srivastava 2012). Construction of trust and hope by women who lived through trauma: A grounded theory approach. 30thInternational Congress of Psychology 2012. 22 to 27 July 2012, Cape Town, South Africa, National Research Foundation of South Africa and the Psychological Society of South Africa in Partnership with key South African Universities and the Psychological Associations of neighboring Countries.

 

9. Taresh Bhatia & Manjari Srivastava (2011). Managing Stress Successfully ( paper presented in absentia) National Seminar on Stress Coping Strategies Department of Psychology, D.A.V. College, Kanpur, University of Kanpur Dec. 12 to 13, 2011.

 

10. Saurabh Pandey, N.K. Sinha & Manjari Srivastava (2011).Cognitive Restructuring for Stress Management( paper presented in absentia) National Seminar on Stress Coping Strategies, Department of Psychology, D.A.V. College, Kanpur, University of Kanpur, Dec. 12 to 13, 2011.

 

11. Ashish Srivastava, Manjari Srivastava & N.K. Sinha (2011). Impact of Stress on Performance-A case study in manufacturing organization (paper presented in absentia) National Seminar on Stress Coping Strategies, Department of Psychology, D.A.V. College, Kanpur, University of Kanpur, Dec. 12 to 13, 2011.

 

12. Srivastava Manjari(2011). Stressed Executives: High cost of workaholism and Job demands. Paper presented at an International Conference on Transcultural Psychiatry at RINPAS, Ranchi, Jharkhand during 25thand 26th September 28, 2011.

 

13. Srivastava Manjari (2011). Self Monitoring, Achievement, Power and Affiliatory Relations: Predictors for personal effectiveness. International Conference and XXI Annual Convention of the National Academy of Psychology (NAOP), India at National Academy of Psychology, IRMA, Anand Gujrat, India December 12 to 14, 2011.

 

14. Srivastava Manjari (2010) Work place flexibility: Implications on developmental opportunities and work-family conflicts.Paper presented at XIX Annual Conference of National Academy of Psychology (NAOP) organized by Department of Psychology, Bangalore University, Bangalore during 6-9 March 2010.

 

15. Srivastava Manjari, Jha Sumi & Vispute Swati (2010). Understanding Organization culture, employee commitment and employee effectiveness in IT and ITES sector. Paper presented in an International Conference at JNU Dec. 12 to 15th2010.

 

16. Srivastava Manjari. (2009). From Family Managed Business to Professionally Run Company: Becoming Fit to Face the Global Competition-A case Of a Diamond Jewellery Company. Published in proceedings of Global Competition and Competitiveness of Indian Corporates, Conference organized by IIM Kozhikode in association with IIM Lucknow May 21-23.

 

17. Srivastava Manjari (2009) Employee perception of HRD climate during recession: A study in automobile and ancillary companiesin HRM in context of Global Meltdown: Some research findings (editors: Verma, Bhaskaran, thakar & Saxena) IBS Ahemdabad.

 

18. Srivastava Manjari (2009) Anxiety, stress and job satisfaction among professional: fallout of personal and work values and extreme job conditions. Published as proceedings in Psychological Studies, vol 54, No.4.,pp. 298. International Conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology, Conference organized by IIT Delhi and National Academy of Psychology December 11-14. New Delhi.

19. Srivastava Manjari & Sinha, A.K. (2008). Exploratory Study of Linkage Between Organizational Support and Managerial Effectiveness In Indian Organizations.Published in proceedings of National Academy of Psychology Conference held at IIT Guwahati, December 2008.

20. Srivastava Manjari & Sinha, A.K. (2008). Task Nature and Group Effectiveness:Published in proceedings of Global Competition and Competitiveness of Indian Corporates, Conference organized by IIM Lucknow in association with IIM Kozhikode. Paper accepted for publication as a book chapter being brought out by IIM Lucknow.

 

21. Srivastava Manjari (2007). Antecedents and Consequences of workaholism: A study at Indian Private Sector. Paper Presented in National Academy of Psychology Conference, held at IIT Kanpur December 2007.

 

22. Srivastava Manjari (2007). Team Building and Conflict Resolution in Corporate. Paper presented in conference at JSPM, Pune.

  1. Srivastava Manjari (1999) Women and Economic Decision Making. Paper Presented in a National conference of psychology organized by DAV College Kanpur, Kanpur University.

 

Case Study Publication

1. Hema Bajaj, Manjari Srivastava and Ronald Sequeira (2019). GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals Ltd.: Reinventing Incentives and Performance. Case study and Teaching Note IVEY Publishing

2. Zoha A. Karmali, Meena Galliara, Manjari Srivastava (2018). The Bake Collective – making a delicious difference’ Case study and Teaching Note. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies.

 

3. Aishwarya A., Manjari Srivastava & Meena Galliara (2016). "Hey Taxi: A Soultion to Mumbai Traffic woes”, case study and Teaching note, IVEY publishing

 

  1. E Varghese, M Galliara & M Srivastava (2016). "OSCAR Foundation: empowering lives through football” Case study and teaching Note. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies 6 (3), 1-32.

 

5. Veena Vohra, Manjari Srivastava and Sharon Pandey (2014). Sogeti’s Teampark – Designing Intelligent Organizations for the future.” Case study and Teaching Note IVEY Publishing.

Book Publication

 

1.Srivastava, Manjari & Sarkar Sumita(2011) Women and Gender. Rawat Publications, Jaipur.

2.Jha Sumi, Srivastava Manjari & Pande Sharon(2010). Essentials of HRM. Published for School of Distance Learninng, NMIMS. Excel Publications.

 

3.Srivastava Manjari (2010). Compensation and Benefits. Published for School of Distance Learninng, NMIMS. Excel Publications.

4.Srivastava Manjari (2010). Employee Development and Talent Management. Published for School of Distance Learning, NMIMS. Excel Publications.

Book Review:

 

Srivastava Manjari (2001). Emotional Intelligence at Work, authored by Dalip Singh. New Delhi. Response book- sage publications. In Management and Change, vol.5 No.1 Jan-June 2001.

 

 

           
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