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Department :  Commerce

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Name:Dr Lakhwinder Singh Kang
Areas of Interest / SpecializationHuman Resource Management, Corporate Governance, Strategic Management, Corporate Social Responsibility
e Mail:lakhwinderskang@gmail.com
Best Ten Publications:1. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh, and Bhalla Abha (2016), “Tata Motors: Struggling for Leadership”, In Sahay, Vinita and Sharma, P R S, (Eds), Indian Management Cases, (2016), ET Cases, Times of India Group, 110-125. 2. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh, and Payal, “Managerial Remuneration: An Enquiry about Mandatory Disclosure Practices in India”, Abhigyan, 33(4) (January – March, 2016), 53-65. 3. Kang Lakhwinder Singh, and Harpreet (2015), “Identification of Stressors at Work: A Study of University Teachers in India”, Global Business Review, 16 (2) (March-April 2015). 4. Kang Lakhwinder Singh, and Deepak Kochar (2014), “Work-Family Conflict and Quality of Work Life among Veterinary Doctors”, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 49 (4), 707-721. 5. Kang Lakhwinder Singh, and Deepak Kochar (2013), “Determinants of Quality of Work Life: A Case of Veterinary Doctors in Punjab”, Management and Labour Studies, 38(1&2), 25–38. 6. Narang Leenu and Lakhwinder Singh (2012), “Role of Perceived Organizational Support in the Relationship between HR Practices and Organizational Trust”, Global Business Review, 13(2), 239-250. 7. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh and Rashpal Singh Sandhu (2012), “Impact of Stress on Health: A Study of Bank Branch Managers in India”, Global Business Review, 13(2), 285-296. 8. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh and Surinder Sharma (2012), “Managerial Skills and Attitude of MBA and Non-MBA employees: A Comparison”, Management and Labour Studies, 37(2), 77-92. 9. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh and Payal (2012), “Women on Corporate Boards of Directors – A Review”, Indian Journal of Corporate Governance, 5(1), 33-49. 10. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh and Harpreet Sidhu (2011), “Leadership Development and Succession Planning at ICICI”, Asian Case Research Journal, 15(2), 253-277. 11. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh and Harpreet Sidhu (2011), “Talent Management at Tata Consultancy Services”, Global Business Review, 12(3), 459-472. 12. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh and Rashpal Singh Sandhu (2011), “Job and Family Related Stressors among Bank Branch Managers in India”, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 47(3), 329-340. 13. Narang, Leenu and Lakhwinder Singh Kang (2011), “Human Resource Management Practices and Organizational Commitment”, Prajnan, XL (2), 87-98. 14. Narang Leenu and Lakhwinder Singh (2011), “Human Resource Practices and Perceived Organizational Support – A Relationship in Indian Context”, Management and Labour Studies, 36(3), 217-224. 15. Narang, Leenu and Lakhwinder Singh Kang (2010), “Human Resource practices in Indian Organizations: An Empirical Study”, Management and Labour Studies, 35 (1), 25 – 34. 16. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh and Singh Raghbir, “Stress at Work: An Assessment of the Magnitude of Various Organizational Stressors”, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 42(2), October, 2006, 190 – 202. 17. Singh, Lakhwinder, “Managing Occupational Stress: The Case of Medical Representatives”, Management and Labour Studies, 30 (3), Aug, 2005, 261 – 275. 18. Singh, Lakhwinder, “Stressors among Medical Representatives: An Empirical Investigation”, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 40 (3), January, 2005, 339 – 356. 19. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh and Singh Raghbir, “Identifying Stressors at Work – A Case of Employees in the Electronics Industry”, Decision, 31 (1), Jan-June, 2004, 51 – 72. 20. Kang, Lakhwinder Singh and Singh Raghbir, “Managing Organizational Stress: A Study in Electronics Industry”, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 39 (4), April, 2004, 443 – 464.
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