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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