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B K BHATIA
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You have mentioned that you want to pursue the highest degree in HR.
You have neither mentioned your qualification nor your interest in any specific side of HR.
People who do their doctorates follow their passionate area.
My suggestion would be that as you gain experience you should also start developing your own areas of liking.This will show you your specific field that you can academically pursue.
Col SR ChoudharyI may suggest 'Employees Dissatisfaction Differential' in the India Corporate World as a subject for Ph D in HR.
From India, Karol Bagh
B K BHATIAYou may like to work on the 'Scope of Talent Management, its need, and approach to its implementation in mid size organizations'. Since there is a big gap in the formalized understanding of new terminologies like talent management, it may be worthwhile creating a standardized definition of 'talent management' after researching all available material on this subject and evolve a workable methodology which helps organizations to collect employee data & analyze the same in a manner as to identify the hidden 'talent' and groom it for individual & organization's growth.
In my opinion, it is a vast subject, which is somewhat controversial at present, since different HR experts have defined it differently, and there is no collective understanding about the technology dimension of an 'approach to talent identification & development'.
From India, Delhi
Your suggested subject sounds really is interesting. But my apprehension is, Will a Researcher get all inputs he/she requires from the Corporates ? If his/her guide will proactively support such a subject ? I doubt very much. Might depend on the final say of the University and/or the guide to be. However if you would also suggest some back ground materials and published papers on the subject it will be helpful to the ambitious youngster.
From India, Bangalore
Prince ChawlaHello All, I’m working as a Hr Executive and i want to PHD in HR .I’m a graduated with B.com degree. Kindly suggest me that topics Regards Prince
From India, Lucknow
V.RaghunathanHi Prince Chawla,
As I mentioned in the above post,
please think quietly and follow your heart.
Ask these questions to your self.
Why do I want do a PhD?
What are my strength areas?
Who will be my guide?
Do I have the time and resources?
After getting PhD what do I expect to become?
How are the present doctorate degree holders placed as on today?
Add as many questions as possible and you will get clarity.
To the best of my knowledge the topic has to be chosen by you/ your guide.
apurv chaturvediHello, I want to pursue PH.d in HR..... I am MBA graduate with 7+ years of experience in Recruitment. I wanted to know that, is there any specialisation in recruitment in PH.d...... As i want to pursue in Recruitment. If it is not there, then which other area would you people suggest me to go into.... And also please suggest me some good institutes for PH.d....
From India, Mumbai