Centre for Social and Organisational Leadership,
School of Management and Labour Studies
Ph.D (Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Shillong)
MBA (SVDU, Gujarat)
BSc (Banglore university, Karnataka)
Personal : firstname.lastname@example.org
Koel Nath is an Assistant Professor at Centre for Social and Organisational Leadership at School of Management and Labour Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai. Her PhD. in the domain of Organizational Behavior and Human Resources from Indian Institute of Management Shillong primarily focused on the interpretive exploration of institutional logics pervading organisations as gendered spaces vis-a-vis the performance of emotions at work. She has presented her papers at various conferences including PAN IIM World Management Conference and has published her work in reputed peer-reviewed Scopus, ABDC, and SSCI indexed journals.
Koel has also worked as a Teaching Assistant during her tenure as a Fellow at IIM Shillong and volunteered in facilitating several Management Development Programs (MDPs), including those on "Change Management" for PowerGrid employees and "HR Management for non-HR Executives" for employees of Airport Authority of India (AAI).
Prior to her foray into academics, Koel has worked in the industry for 5 years with TPG Telecommunications Pty Ltd., Australia.
Gender at Work
Aesthetics in Management
Idiographic research approaches and phronetic knowledge development
Nath, K., & Dwivedi, R. (2021). Tribal Women’s Work-Life Balance: An Identity-Based Approach. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 36(4), 482-497.
Nath, K., & Dwivedi, R. (2021). Aesthetic Exploration of Organizational Theatrics: A Case of Tata Motors’ Jaguar Land Rover Acquisition. Philosophy of Management, 20(3), 369-386.
Chatterjee, S. & Nath, K. (Forthcoming), Gender stereotyping and its impact on employee motivation in healthcare, Sankalpa: Journal of Management and Research.
Primary Collaborator for Experience Coaching project with Believe in Yourself (BIY)
Co-researcher in Assam State Public Finance Institutional Reforms (ASPIRe) project on GeM implementation, a Government of Assam initiative financed by World Bank. (Completed)