Faculty Details

Dr. Dipak Bhattacharyya

Professor, Human Resource Management
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Teaching Interests

Compensation and Reward Management, Organizational Change and Development, Organizational Structure and Design, Human Resource Planning, Principles of Management, Human Resource Management

Research Interests

Change Management, Organizational Structure and Design, and Compensation Management

Research & Publications


2016, JOURNAL: Talent Development in Family-managed Businesses: A Cross-organizational studies on SMEs and large business units in India, National Productivity Council,Link

2016, JOURNAL: Don't put your talent on sale! Talent Retention do not require hi gh compensation, SAIL,Link

2016, JOURNAL: What ails Indian Business Schools: A Study from Students’ Perspectives, International Journal of Education and Research,Link

2015, Journal: Compesation and Benefits Program a Mediating Variable for Talent Retention: A Study on Two Century-old Indian Organizations, Compesation and Benefits Review, Sage, USA,Link

2015, Journal: Managing Rewards and Recognition, Survey, Vol. 54, Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management,Link

2015, Journal: Revisiting Talent Management: Reflection on Theories and Practices, Indian Journal of Training and Development, Issue-2, 2015, Indian Society for Training & Development,Link

2015, JOURNAL: Making Diversity a Business Imperative: A Suggestive Note to CPSEs, Institute of Public Enterprises, Hyderabad,Link

2014, Journal: R&R Are More Holistic Than C&B: We Should Rename C&B to R&R , Compensation & Benefits Review, Sage,Link

2014, Journal: Connect your Human Resource Plans with Strategies and Business Goals, Survey,Link

2014, Journal: Managing Change With A Time-Tested Organic Model, Compensation & Benefits Review, Sage,Link

2014, Journal: Talent Development Process of CPSEs: A Reflection on Practices and Requirements, The Journal of Institute of Public Enterprises, Vol. 37, No. 3 & 4, pp. 91-99,Link

2014, Journal: PRP is Not Bad: In Its Present Form in CPSEs It Needs Calibration, Productivity, Vol. 55, Issue 3, pp. 295-301,Link

2014, Journal: Talent Development: Why Indian Organizations should rethink it again?, Growth, Journal of Management Training Institute, SAIL, Ranchi, 2014, Vol. 42, No. 3, pp. 15-21.,Link

2014, Journal: Mission Critial: Talent Development and Retention in Public Sector Banks, Vinimaya, National Institute of Bank Management, Vol. XXXV, Issue 3, pp. 18-33,Link

2013, Journal: Performance-Related Pay: Evidence-Based Studies in Indian Central Public Sector Enterprises, Compensation & Benefits Review,Link

2013, Journal: Red Spider and managers’ subordination to workers – a relook into Stafford Beers’ Viable Systems Model, International Journal of Management and Social Sciences,Link

2004, Journal: Inter-organisational career movement – A Study on Young Executives of Public Sector Banks, HR Initiatives and Strategies,Link

2002, Journal: 23. Management Research : Guidelines for Value Addition, Management & Change, Vol. 6, No. 1, Summer 2002, PP. 227-237.,Link

2002, Journal: 26. On-line Management Education : A Realistic Assessment of Needs in Indian Situation, Proceedings of the Eighty ninth session of The Indian Science Congress, Lucknow, 2002.,Link

2002, Journal: Distance Education in Management, University News, Vol. 40, No.4, January 28 – February 3, 2002, PP. 70 – 75,Link

2002, Journal: WTO and Indian Labour, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Shri Ram Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources, New Delhi, , Vol. 37, No.4, April 2002, PP.579-592,Link

2002, Journal: Managing Supply Chain through BPO and HRO – A Human Resource Management Perspective, Productivity, National Productivity Council, New Delhi, January - March, 2002, Vol. 4, No.4, PP.546-549,Link

2002, Journal: Strategic Management of Human Resources Through Human Resource Information Systems – A Perspective Study, Abhigyan, Vol.XX, No.1, April-June, 2002, PP.17-24,Link

2002, Journal: Achieving Six Sigma through HR Strategy – A focus on Desired Organisational Practices, The Chartered Accountant, Vol. 51, No. 3, September, 2002, PP. 253-259,Link

2002, Journal: Effective Human Resource Planning Using Quantitative Tools – A Suggestive Approach, Vision, MDI, Gurgaon, January - June, 2002, PP. 33-40,Link

2002, Journal: Managing Innovation and Creativity, Indian Management, August, 2002, PP.22-23,Link

2002, Journal: The Integrated Supply Chain of Futuristic Organisations, The Journal of Indian Management and Strategy, Vol. 7, No. 3, July-September, 2002, PP. 43-46. ,Link

2001, Journal: 20. Impact of Labour Earnings on Productivity - A Perspective Study, Management & Change, PP. 115-123,Link

2001, Journal: 21. Instilling Quality in Management Education – A Suggestive Practical Approach, Business Perspectives, Vol.3, No.1, January – June, 2001, PP. 27-40,Link

2001, Journal: 22. Competency Mapping and Manpower Redundancy : A macro level study of Indian Organisations, Management & Accounting Research, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, PP. 97-105,,Link

2001, Journal: Training through word of Mouth – the rustic approach still holds good!, Indian Journal of Training and Development, Vol. XXXI, No.4, October – December, 2001, PP.53-58. ,Link

2001, Journal: 25. Re-engineering through Knowledge Management : A Case Study of AIMA – CME, Productivity, National Productivity Council, New Delhi , December, 2001, PP.393-398.,Link

2001, Journal: Managing HR Costs through Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) – A Study on Organisational Priorities, Management and Accounting Research , April – June, 2001,PP.24 –34,Link

2001, Journal: Distance Education in Management, University News, Vol. 40. Issue 4, pp. 70-75,Link

2000, Journal: Do we really need an MCA ! , Data Quest, 29th February, 2000,Link

1999, Journal: 18. Changing Technology & Employment Practices in Indian Ordnance Factories – with specific focus on Women Workers, Indian Journal of Labour Economics, Vol. 42, December, 1999,Link

1998, Journal: Employment Relation in Commercial Banking Organisations, Paradigm, IMT, Ghaziabad. Vol.2, No.1, July, 1998, pp. 120 -126,Link

1995, Journal: Learning TQM in Indian Organisations, Management Research, University of Calcutta,Link

1995, Journal: Corporate Body Builder - The Emerging Role of HRD Professionals - A prescriptive Model for Success, Indian Journal for Training and Development, April - June, 1995,Link

1995, Journal: Employee Empowerment - A Study of Selected Banking Organisations in India, in HRD Repositioning,, National HRD Network ,Link

1995, Journal: Manpower Obsolescence - A study in Indian Ordnance Factories, International Congress on Economic Transition with Human Face, Indian Industrial Relations Association, New Delhi, September 3 - 6, 1995,Link

1995, Journal: Quality Performance of Some Selected ISO Certified Manufacturing Units - A Third Party Evaluation, International Conference on Manufacturing Excellence (MEXCEL-95), Indian Institution of Production Engineers, Mangalore and Institution of Electrical Engineer, UK, 3rd August - 5th August, 1995,Link

1994, Journal: The significance of Total Quality Management for Organisational Effectiveness in the Wider Context of Economic Restructuring, in ISO 9000 and Indian Business Environment - Application and Adoption, Department of Business Management, University of Calcutta, 1994 (joint paper). ,Link

1994, Journal: Employee Leasing and Labour Market Flexibility - An Empirical Study of its Problems and Prospects in Selected Manufacturing Units, Indian Journal of Labour Economics, Vol. 37, No.4, 1994, Pages:549-555,Link

1993, Journal: Workers Participation in Management : A cross-organisational Case Study, The Chartered Accountant, Vol.XLI, No. 12, June, 1993, Pages: 1042 - 1044. ,Link

1993, Journal: Promotion from Within : A positive reinforcer for enriching QWL for White Collar Employees - A study of some selected Commercial Banking Organisations,, Vol. 36, No. 4, October - December, 1993, Pages: 829-839, Indian Journal of Labour Economics,,Link

1992, Journal: Evaluation of Corporate Effectiveness Through Multi-Factor Productivity Indices, Research Bulletins, The Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India, Vol. IX, No. 1 & 2, January and July, 1992, Pages: 57 - 64,Link

1988, Journal: Impact of Technology on Human Resource Management, Personnel Today,Link


2017, Book: HR Analytics: Understanding Theories and Applications, Sage, India,Link

2016, Book: Recruitment and Selection, Cengage, New Delhi,Link

2016, Book: Human Resource Management in Mergers and Acquisitions : Theories and Practices , Cengage Learning,Link

2015, Book: Research and Development Management - For Anna University, Excel Books, New Delhi ,Link

2015, Book: Performance Management, Excel Books, New Delhi - For Anna University,Link

2015, Book: Training and Development: Theories and Applications, Sage, New Delhi,Link

2015, Book: The Magnetic Organization: Attracting and Retaining the best talent, Sage Response, New Delhi,Link

2014, Book: Compensation Management, Oxford University Press,Link

2014, Book: Organizational Behaviour, Oxford University Press,Link

2012, Book: Principles of Management - Texts and Cases, Pearson,Link

2012, Book: Industrial Management, Vikas Publishing,Link

2012, Book: Human Resource Management, Excel Books,Link

2012, Book: Human Resource Planning, Excel Books New Delhi,Link

2012, Book: Research Methodology, Excel Books, New Delhi,Link

2012, Book: Production and Operations Management, Universities Press, Hyderabad,Link

2012, Book: Industrial Psychology, Universities Press, Hyderabad,Link

2012, Book: Organizational Behaviour and Principles and Practices of Management, Pearson, New Delhi,Link

2012, Book: Principles of Management and Organizational Behaviour, Pearson,Link

2011, Book: Organizational Change and Development, Oxford University Press,Link

2011, Book: Performance Management Systems and Strategies, Pearson,Link

2010, Book: Cross Cultural Management, PHI Learning,Link

2010, Book: Techniological Change and Manpower Development, Excel Books, New Delhi,Link

2010, Book: Human Resource Development, Himalaya, Mumbai,Link

2009, Book: Organisational Systems, Design, Structure and Management, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai,Link

2007, Book: HR Research Methods, Oxford University Press,Link

2005, Book: Business Management, Santra Publications, Kolkata,Link

2000, Book: Managing People, Excel Books, New Delhi,Link

1995, Book: Labour Economics and Productivity, IIMS, Kolkata,Link

1994, Book: Career Planning and Development, IIMS, Kolkata,Link

#Book Edited

2018, BookEdit: Statistical Tools and Analysis in Human Resource Management, IGI Global, USA,Link

2017, BookEdit: Green Initiatives for Business Sustainability and Value Creation, IGI Global, USA,Link

#Book Chapter

2018, Chapter: Statistical Tools and Analysis in Human Resource Management, IGI Global, USA,Link

2018, Chapter: Statistical Tools and Analysis in Human Resource Management, IGI Global, USA,Link

2017, Chapter: Edited volume, IGI Global, USA,Link

2016, Chapter: Effectiveness of Critical Discourse Analysis to solve constrained employment relations: Application-based study on two Indian organizations, IGI, Global, USA,Link

2016, Chapter: Developing Diversity neutral organizational culture: A study on selected public sector organizations in India, IGI, Global, USA,Link

2015, Chapter: Sustainable Business Transformation through Ambidextrous Practices, IGI Global, USA,Link

2013, Chapter: `Evidence Based Strategic Human Capital Management: A Study on Durgapur Steel Plant (DSP)' , IGI Global, USA,Link

2013, Chapter: `Evidence based HR mediated innovative quality management practices: A study on two SMEs of India' has been published as book chapter in `Quality Innovation: Knowledge, Theory and Practices', IGI Global, USA,Link


2017, Case: Collegial Talent Management Practices in Indian Organizations, Xavier University, Bhubaneswar, Link


2018, Conference-Attended: Managerial Decision Making with deeply held values and beliefs: A critique of evidence based management , Venue: CEVRO Institute, Prague

2017, Conference-Conducted: HRM: Changing Paradigms, Perspectives and Practices for the 21st Century, Venue: Rourkela

2016, Conference-Attended: Revisiting the Viable Systems Model in the context of two Indian organizations, Venue: Singapore

2016, Seminars-Talks: Redefining Business Vision: Issues and Challenges, Venue: St. Xavier's College, Kolkata

2016, Conference-Conducted: National Seminar on Human Resource Management to Human Capital Management: A Paradigm Shift , Venue: Bhubaneswar

2015, Conference-Attended: Sustainable Business Through Human Resource Management Practices: A study on two century old family-managed organizations in India, Venue: USM, Penang, Malaysia

2015, Conference-Attended: Recontextualizing Talent Development: A study on two Indian organizations with British and Dutch origin, submitted in the 9th Biennial International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network, Venue: Utrecht, The Netherlands

2014, Conference-Attended: Solving constrained employment relations through critical discourse analysis – Application based study on two organizations, Venue: Dauphine DRM University, Paris, France


2016, Training-Conducted: Basics of HRM, Venue: RBI Staff Training College, Chennai

Projects / Consultancy

2013, Job Description and Recruitment of executives and non-executives, Client: IIT Bhubaneswar, Status: Completed

Work Experience

Fifteen Year in Industry and 20 Years in Education. Former Corporate Director, Camellia Group (Education), Director, All India Management Association, Dean, Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management, Director (Academic), Institute of Engineering and Management, Professor and Chief Coordinator, Institute of Management Technology, Senior Professor, ICFAI Business School. Fifteen years in Corporate looking after Training and HR Management functions.