Chauradia, Amit Jain
Assistant Professor, Strategy Professor AJ Chauradia is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad. His research examines firms’ human capital strategies: what are they, how to generate a competitive advantage from them, and under what conditions they are effective? In his dissertation, AJ investigates the two main ways firms augment their human capital: building and acquiring. He seeks to advance this area of research in the strategic human capital literature by explaining how, when, and with what performance effects, firms engage in these human capital strategies. To test his hypotheses, AJ uses a panel data set that he constructed by combining several secondary data sources on the largest U.S. law firms over the last two decades. His goal is to leverage this data set to pursue deeper inquiries into human capital strategies. At ISB, he teaches strategic talent management in the post-graduate program.
Gandhok, Tejpavan
Clinical Assistant Professor, Strategy & Entrepreneurship Professor Tej Pavan Gandhok has over 18 yrs of international Senior Partner level experience in Country & Regional Head roles across Australia, US, South East & Middle East Asia with Strategy consulting & Private Equity firms such as Halycon, AT Kearney, Stern Stewart & co. and the Boston Consulting Group. He has advised most of the leading blue chip Indian, SE Asian as well as many global MNC clients on issues such as: corporate portfolio and business unit strategy; organization design; business performance improvement; corporate finance and valuation; governance and senior executive remuneration. Pavan also worked with Monsanto as Director - business development and growth strategy for Asia-Pacific, ICI Australia and the University of Melbourne. Pavan has a wide range of research interests given his eclectic background. The key overlap of his research interests with Strategic Human Capital are:
- cognitive skills for better Strategic Thinking / Complex Problem solving and what are more effective andragogy for improving this capability in Leadership Development programs;
- developing effective objective measurements to provide useful personalized feedback for executives in the above-mentioned journey; and
- developing case studies and simulations related to above leveraging VR and bio-feedback tools.
Madan, Nikhil
Assistant Professor, Organizational Behavior
Professor Nikhil Madan is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour at ISB. He completed his PhD in Organizational Behavior at INSEAD. Prior to that, he graduated with Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Economics from Delhi University and Indian Statistical Institute, respectively. His current research lies in the domain of social influence and negotiations. More generally, he is interested in applying social psychological theories and principles to solve organizationally relevant problems. 
Manglik, Harsh
Practice Professor and Senior Advisor to the Dean Professor Harsh Manglik is a seasoned leader who brings with him over 35 years of rich and diverse experience in global business. His deep roots are in Global Consulting, Aviation/Aerospace, and Information Technology industries, with global scope and experience. Harsh Manglik served for over five years as Chairman & Geography Managing Director, Accenture-India and was a member of Accenture's global Executive Leadership Team. In addition, Mr. Manglik was Chairman of NASSCOM’s Executive Council.  He was an invited member of the National Council of the Confederation of Indian Industry. Mr. Manglik has earlier served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, and has served as an Independent Director on the Board of Cyient and the Board of National Skills Development Corporation. Mr. Manglik has served in senior positions in a number of “Blue Chip” global corporations including Accenture, Pratt & Whitney (and its corporate parent United Technologies), IBM and Booz, Allen & Hamilton. Mr. Manglik brings deep ability to bridge the West – including the US where much of his earlier career has been anchored - and the Emerging World.
Nidumolu, Ram
Clinical Professor, Organizational Behavior
Professor Ram Nidumolu brings a unique combination of expertise in B-school professorship, Fortune 500 strategy consulting, C-level executive experience, Silicon Valley and Bangalore-based entrepreneurship, and business research. He has advised senior executives at global corporations on how to unlock new opportunities for business growth through new models of business leadership, digital transformation, sustainable business innovation, and other next practices. Prof. Ram is recognized as a thought leader through influential Harvard Business Review articles on the next practices of business, acclaimed book on business leadership, and other publications. 
Ramaswamy Vijayasankaran, Anand
Assistant Professor, Organizational Behavior Professor Anand Vijayasankaran's research interests are centred on social evaluation, top management teams and corporate governance. Anand has several years of experience teaching courses in organizational behaviour and human resource management and has won several awards for teaching at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Prior to entering academia, Anand headed compensation and performance management for Aditya Birla Group's IT organization. 
Ramnarayan, S
Clinical Professor, Organizational Behavior Professor Ramnarayan has been a Professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, Visiting Faculty at the Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio and a Guest Professor at the University of Bamberg, Germany. His initial years were with industry, where he worked for close to 10 years. He has also been a consultant to a large number of Organisations in the areas of change and leadership development. He has carried out research assignments funded by the US Office of Personnel Management, Ford Foundation, World Bank, Commonwealth Secretariat, Department for International Development,  and German Sciences Foundation. Apart from books on Change Management,  Organisation Development and Strategic Management of Public Enterprises, Professor Ramnarayan has edited a book of Cases in Organisational Behaviour.
Sindhwani, Saumya
Clinical Assistant Professor, Strategy Professor Saumya Sindhwani is a clinical assistant professor in the strategy group.  Her research interests are at the intersection of strategy, leadership and society. She actively looks into the challenges faced by organisations while designing and implementing strategy, given the highly volatile, uncertain and complex business environment we live in today. She also has keen interest in the role of women as economic change agents, including their leadership styles. She has published two books, one on leadership and the other on the role of creativity in business. Prior to entering academia she has spent many years as a consultant with Aon Hewitt and also worked with British Broadcasting Corporation. She regularly publishes in applied journals and presents at various academic conferences and corporate events. She is an award winning teacher. She is also a poet, her poems have been published in various anthologies.
Sripada, Chandrasekhar
Professor, OB and Strategic Human Capital & Executive Director, Human Capital and Leadership Initiative
Professor Sripada Chandrasekhar is the clinical full Professor in Organizational Behavior and Strategic Human Capital. Additionally, he drives the Human Capital and Leadership initiative at ISB with an aim to shape it as a full-fledged Research Centre and Institute (RCI) focused on applied research at the intersection of Human Capital strategies and Firm performance. Chandra brings with him vast practical experience of a seasoned top executive in Strategic Human Capital Management, Leadership Development, Cross-Border Leadership Executive Coaching and Board level governance. He presents a rare combination of interest in research, writing, teaching, and executive education with vast hands-on experience of management practice across Public, Private and Multi-National companies for close to four decades. As the Chief Human Resources Officer and member of top executive councils, he has led people strategies in well-known mid and large size companies across old and new economy industries-over a career spanning 40 years.