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Hello,
I am interested in starting Ph.D.
My area of interest is HRM
I am interested in doing Ph.D in such a topic where i can have industry exposure also.
Please suggest me some important HRM topics fir Ph.D
i am working as HRM faculty with B-School

From India, Ahmadabad
you can contact me. I am aprroved ph.d. guide in management. ashokktiwari_at_gmail_dot_com
From India, Jabalpur
Hi I am interested to do my Ph.D Registration Am a MBA in HR working as a Management Faculty Can u Suggest me some topics in HR hw should i go about it Regards, Nirmala
From India, Madras
Dear Nirmala,
Please see https://www.citehr.com/158881-confus...rch-topic.html I found this by clicking on the link in the box at the right under "Similar Topics".
As a Management Faculty, my advice is follow the same procedure as you would when you did your MBA Project. If you know under who you would like to work for your PhD, consult them; they may have funding to do reasearch. Otherwise choose a topic you feel passionate about, to avoid running out of interest half way through.
Have a nice day.
Simhan
Learning and Teaching Fellow (Retd.)
The University of Bolton, UK.
"It is never too late to learn or improve oneself"

From United Kingdom
some topics of your interest are-

1. An industry view on turning talent management into a competitive advantage

2. Integrated and Integrative Talent Management in extending the Value

of a Strategic Framework

3. Business Value of an Integrated Talent Management Framework

4. Integrating HR & Talent Management Processes in companies

5. Talent Management Strategies for Attracting and Retaining the Best

and the Brightest employee in Indian context

6. Organizational Stress Management: Survival Strategies for turbulent Times

7. Critical Incident Stress Management in some companies

8. designing a Comprehensive Stress Management Module among Top Level Managers

9. A study of Line management behaviour and stress at work

10. Impact of Stress Management on Human Competencies in Indian companies

11. E-HRM: designing a model based on technology acceptance model

12. Evaluating the Strategic Potential of e-HRM in Indian companies

13. e-HRM Effectiveness in a Public Sector Organization: A

Multi-Stakeholder Perspective.

14. The Use and Impact of e-Human Resource Information Systems on

Human Resource Management Professionals.

15. e-HRM Consequences in Indian companies

16. Effecting HRM-style PracticesThrough an Integrated Human Resource

Information System

17. An Exploratory Analysis of E-HRM In The Context of HRM Transformation

18. Work-Life Balance: A Case of Social Responsibility or Competitive Advantage?

19. Work Life Balance for Women Executives in Indian companies

20. Study of Work-life balance as source of job dissatisfaction and

withdrawal Attitudes in Indian companies

21. A Critical Study on Work-life Balance of BPO Employees in India

22. An analysis of Working time, gender and work-life balance in

Indian companies

From India, Jabalpur
Dear Lekha

in fact HR planning is vast. you may confined your topic to perticular point in HR planning.

you can make questionneire based on following points in perticular orgainsations(s) -

1. what are review process of human resource planning in organisation. Ask them how it balances the competing and conflicting elements.

2. ask what techniques are being used in HR forecasting process

3. what is role of HR professional in human resource planning process in organisations?

4. ask questions to measure the effectiveness and satisfaction level of training programmes

5 ask them what are the Issues and problems of managerial selection in their organisation

6. what Steps they are taking in Job Analysis Process

7. how they are doing human resource accounting?

8. how they compute human resource cost and its components?

9. are they doing HR Audit?

10 what is Information System in Human Resource Management at the macro and micro

level in organisation

11. what methods they used in performance appraisal

12 what are methods of the competency mapping in their organisation

13 do they make changes required in role descriptions

14 you may collect information for job analysis

15 what methods they use for human resource supply

16 is there reasons for increase/decrease in employee groups

From India, Jabalpur
USE LIKERT SCALE so that you can apply chi-square and other tests.

one sample questionneire is here-

Part 1. Personal Data



Direction : Please fill up in all the necessary information about yourself. Don’t leave any item unanswered.



a. Age ________

b. Sex

Male ( ) Female ( )

c. Civil Status

Single ( ) Married ( ) Separated ( ) Widow/Widower ( )



d. Educational Attainment

Elementary ( ) High School ( ) College ( ) Graduate ( )

e. Position ____________________

f. Length of Service in the company: ____________

Part 2. Determining the Effectiveness of Employee Training



Directions: Encircle the number that best corresponds to your answer.



5 - Strongly Agree

4 - Agree

3 - Uncertain

2 - Disagree

1 - Strongly Disagree





A. Perception on Training



1. A sound training program enhances my capability as an employee of this company

5 4 3 2 1

2. I am motivated by a training program to work harder to achieve company goals.

5 4 3 2 1

3. Training program results in faster production rate and improved product quality.

5 4 3 2 1

4. The institution of a training program in a company reduces the supervision needed for employees.

5 4 3 2 1

5. A training program induces better cooperation and teamwork among personnel.

5 4 3 2 1

6. A proper training program reduces the possibility of accidents during office hours.

5 4 3 2 1

7. A well-structured training program would provide me with the knowledge to complete my job in a shorter timeframe.



5 4 3 2 1





8. A training program creates more satisfaction and security I need to accomplish a job.

5 4 3 2 1



9. A training program enables me to be loyal to the company.

5 4 3 2 1

10. A training program enhances my overall well-being.



5 4 3 2 1



B. Perception on Effective Training scheme



1. A training program should consider the organizational culture of the company.



5 4 3 2 1

2. A training scheme should pay special attention to the technical competency of the personnel of the company.

5 4 3 2 1

3. A training plan should also be sensitive to the personnel’s cultural and work values.

5 4 3 2 1

4. During training days, the use of clear terms instead of jargon should be used.

5 4 3 2 1

5. A training plan should be a continuous learning process for personnel.

5 4 3 2 1

6. It should be divided into stages of delivery objectives.

5 4 3 2 1

7. A training plan should be consistent with organizational objectives.

5 4 3 2 1

8. Training instructors should also be those among the work force in order to have a sense of ownership among the employees.

5 4 3 2 1



9. A training program should ensure the health and safety of the employees.

5 4 3 2 1

10. In a training program, good performances must be rewarded.



5 4 3 2 1





Part 3. Problems and Solutions



Directions: List down your concerns and suggestions regarding the effectiveness of employee training in your company.



1.What are the most common problems you’ve encountered with regard to the employee training program of the company?



a. __________________________________________________ ____________

b. __________________________________________________ ____________

c. __________________________________________________ ____________





2.What solutions would you suggest to solve these problems you’ve mentioned?



a. __________________________________________________ ____________

b. __________________________________________________ ____________

c. __________________________________________________ ____________





Interview Questions for Management and Supervisory Personnel



1. How long have you been in a supervisory/management position in this company?



2. During the time that you have been in a supervisory/management position, has there been any attempt by the company to enhance the efficiency level among all personnel?



3. What are the actions taken by the company or organization to enhance the skills of the employees? Is training among the priority of the company?



4. What do you think are the advantages of a training program for employees? Are there any disadvantages?



5. What are your considerations before implementing a training scheme?



6. Do you think the company’s leadership is aware of the role that culture plays in the organization? Please describe the culture as you understand it to be.



7. Do you think that your current training program is suitable for all employees? Why or why not?



8. Does the level of competency of the employees, particularly in the technical aspects, satisfy the required demands of the company? What would the implementation of a structured training program contribute to this level of competency?



9. What is the focus of the employee training in the company?



10. Are you satisfied by the result of the employment training?

From India, Jabalpur
Mr Tiwari my P.hD Topic is HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING IN SELECT MULTINATIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN JAMMU REGION. SIR please send me the questionnaire i shall b highly thankful regards lekha
From India, Chandigarh
Dear Mr. Tiwari,
I am new to this forum and I am planning to pursue Ph.D in Management /HR.
I like to select any one of the topics given below (selected from your contributed list only).
1. The Use and Impact of e-Human Resource Information Systems on Human Resource Management Professionals.
2. e-HRM Consequences in Indian companies
3. Effecting HRM-style PracticesThrough an Integrated Human Resource Information System
4. Work Life Balance for Women Executives in Indian companies
5. A Critical Study on Work-life Balance of BPO Employees in India
6. An analysis of Working time, gender and work-life balance in Indian companies
Can you suggest which will be idle to proceed further on current scenario please. If possible can you also share your contact details please.
Thanks & Regards

From India, Bangalore
Hello Mr/Ms Tejal,

How about using Google Doc (Worksheet) for the same purpose. I believe this would be the best way for you in your purpose and for other as it is easy to use. Try it once and allow other to participate easily instead of downloading and uploading after filling up the form for you.

You can post a link of the same (Worksheet) and interested people will do their part.

Second, about selection of your Topic for study, I believe this should be based on your respective knowledge and experience in your professional life and education you have achieved so far. All six topics mentioned above, are really good but topic 3 & 6 I believe would be the best topics for your study that you can go with, but still I wanna say that Topic of your study must be related to past experience, knowledge and interest as you also are aware of the same. You are also holding a respective position and have experience and senior to me in experience, therefore, being a RESEARCHER, I just can share myself with you about it so please allow me..

Topic No. 1 & 2 can be covered by topic no. 3 and im sure you gonna meet with number of similarities with them while your study if you go with it.

Topic No. 3 - HRM Style Practices through IHRMS and e-HRM, its effectiveness and impact on professionals can be covered in study that you can easily use with a part of it or by categories while working on it

Topic No. 4 - “Work life balance for Woman Executive”, I believe you not just need to study about India Woman Entrepreneurs or related to Indian Company but also need to present a comparative and role playing by Woman at global level.

Topic No. 6 Today, though, a maximum number of Woman/Girls employed with BPO/KPO and work life is undergoing many changes because of them that also seeks a comparison and development by them at local and global lever. Also we can ignore the participation of both gender being HR Professionals and role playing at sectors/industries, therefore, work life balance with both gender must be included but by focusing on "Woman Employee /Professional" you can serve the purpose beautifully if you’d go for Topic No. 6 that can cover your both Topic No. 4 & 5 too

From India, Gurgaon

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