Sita Vanka

Sita Vanka
University of Hyderabad | UoH · School of Management Studies

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Sita Vanka currently works at the School of Management Studies, University of Hyderabad. Sita does research in Sustainability, sustainable HRPractices, sustainable reporting, gender studies, educational management.
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June 2004 - present
University of Hyderabad
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  • Professor (Full)

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Publications (10)
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Purpose This paper aims to provide an empirical investigation into the mediating role of high-performance work systems (HPWS) on health harm (HH). The study also examines the negative moderated role of workplace well-being (WW) and its indirect effect on work intensification (WI) and HH. The paper highlights the implications of the HH on individual...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to provide an empirical investigation into the mediating effect of high-performance work systems (HPWS) on health harm (HH). The paper also examines the role of perceived organizational support (POS) and its indirect effect on work intensification (WI) and HH through HPWS. Further, the implications of the HH on...
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Entrepreneurship and innovation are the engines of economic growth and the societal progress (Allen, 2009). Experience evidence that entrepreneurial drive by itself cannot deliver sustainable economic growth and hence, requires the support of an ecosystem that is sustainable and scalable. In spite of the considerable advances and breakthrough in th...
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Purpose The significance of human resource management in managing workforce diversity has been emphasized by researchers and various practices have been identified and prescribed in literature. However, there is lack of HR typologies to understand different diversity management alternatives. Hence, the purpose of this paper is to develop a typolog...
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Management simulations are designed to provide experiential learning bridging the gap between theory and practice. The purpose of this study is to understand the factors that promote the effectiveness of computer based business simulations in management education. The study was conducted in a premier B-School based in Hyderabad. The knowledge compo...
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Contemporary organizations are essentially people driven. Termed as human resources in HR parlance, the contribution of people towards success is established. Organizational environment is characterized by competition and performance, thus making traditional human resource practices in managing people redundant. Creating new forms of competitive ad...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationships between individual personality and compensation package preferences and whether cross‐cultural differences exist in these preferences in the USA and India. Design/methodology/approach A survey methodology was used and subjects included 175 MBA students of two universities, one in th...
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Preliminary research examining the influence of P-O fit on the effectiveness of learning, training, and development in business education indicates a potential to extend the P-O fit domain to predict student outcomes in the classroom (Westerman, Nowicki, & Plante, 2002). Our purpose in this study is to examine the effectiveness of three person-orga...

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