Research Journey

Research Journey| ft. Prof. Jyotsna Bhatnagar| MDI Gurgaon|

In conversation with Prof. Jyotsna Bhatnagar. She discussed her Research Journey. It was such an insightful and empowering conversation. 
Research Journey|.
(Dr.) Jyotsna Bhatnagar in Human Resource Management at Management Development Institute, Gurgaon. She completed her Ph.D. from IIT Delhi. Prof. Bhatnagar GCPCL at Harvard Business School, Boston USA, and is a Harvard Business School affiliate.

 Her Research Journey| started with a Masters in Psychology from Lucknow University, she launched her academic career at IIM-Ahmedabad in 1990 and has over twenty-one and a half years of corporate and academic experience. With MDI, since, 2004, Prof Bhatnagar, offers Talent Management, HRM, SHRM, and HRIS modules at MDI.

Research Journey|ft. Prof. Jyotsana Bhatnagar

At MDI, Jyotsna received Excellence in Research Award, 2013-2014; the Excellence in Teaching Award-2008. The Best Faculty award student’s choice (PG 2011 and 2006). Best Research Paper for Practical Implications, 2009-Emerald Literature, UK at AOM Conference, Montréal, Canada, 2010.

EXPERIENCE:    25 years

Research Journey| Interview Questions

2:14          1. You are one of the outstanding researchers in India. You are a writer, reviewer, a seasoned administrator. But who is Jyotsna? Tell us your research story.

10:15        2. In your long academic career, you might have had multiple memorable experiences, tell me one incident that shaped you completely as an individual.

15:11        3. You have written more than 100 papers. Which single-authored paper was the toughest to get through the review?

20:02       4. What’s your life beyond research?

22:06       5. We need role models in research too. What’s your #HEResearch piece of advice to young women researchers in India? Some light bites (a rapid-fire) (if at all you are fine to do that)

23:18 – one thing which you learned during Pandemic?

23:22 – If you could change your name, what would it be?

23:33 – What’s one thing about you that surprises people?

23:41 – Knowing what you know now, what advice would you give your 18-year-old self?

23:44 – What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?

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