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Dr Pushkar Jha

Associate Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

 Pushkar Jha joined NBS in 2013 seeking to support the momentum of NBS’s growth as a research-oriented school. He has been pro-active in all around development of the school with roles such as the research and innovation champion, leading research and enterprise training and development, and has also been involved in redesign of dated programmes that are now being rolled out. Other roles he has carried out include subject group leadership, and  more recently, development of a research intensive and market savvy masters programme portfolio.

His research spans areas of strategic learning, innovation, sustainable development, employee ownership and management of projects. With a PhD from  Cass Business School in 2007, he has since published in Research Policy, Academy of Management Perspectives, World Development Perspectives and in International Journal of Project Management, among others. In August 2013, his co-authored paper in the Academy of Management Perspectives was recognized at the highest platform in the field, winning the best published paper award at the 2013 annual meeting of the Academy of Management. He has also received the CMI award for the 2nd best paper of five winning articles, conferred at the beginning of 2014. CMI is the only chartered professional body in the UK that promotes standards in management and leadership excellence.

His co-authored research pieces for department of Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) and for John Lewis Partnerships, have been widely recognized as the drivers behind UK national government policy to promote employee owned businesses, launched formally on 4th of July, 2013. His portfolio of prior business engagement and policy influencing research includes studies for the International Chambers of Commerce, NESTA and EMI.

Pushkar remains keen to expand his engagement with sustainability initiatives and research that can inform and orient policy in practice in this direction. He has coordinated, designed and delivered project studies for such initiatives of the World Bank and the UNFPA in the past and continues to deploy this domain in informing his research work. With five doctoral completions, four as principal supervisor, he is actively seeking suitable candidates on projects that  bring together innovation, strategy and sustainable development    

Qualifications

  • Management PhD June 30 2007
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2013

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Life of a PAI, Jha, P., Bhalla, A. 18 May 2018, In: World Development Perspectives
  • Inertia, Aspirations, and Response to Attainment Discrepancy in Design Contests, Lampel, J., Jha, P. Sep 2017, In: R&D Management
  • Shaping solutions from learnings in PAIs: a Blueprint, Dosanjh, N., Jha, P. 12 Sep 2016, In: The Learning Organisation
  • Performance feedback, competitive repertoire simplicity, and technological evolution in a design contest, Jha, P., Lampel, J. Mar 2014, In: Research Policy
  • Does governance confer organisational resilience? Evidence from UK employee owned businesses, Lampel, J., Bhalla, A., Jha, P. Feb 2014, In: European Management Journal
  • Performance Feedback, Aspirations, and Inertia in Team Based Learning, Lampel, J., Jha, P. Aug 2012, Academy of Management Meeting
  • The Employee Owned Business Model During Growth and Adversity: How Well Does it Hold Up?, Lampel, J., Bhalla, A., Jha, P. Jul 2012, In: European Business Review
  • Test-Driving the Future: How Design Competitions Are Changing Innovation, Lampel, J., Jha, P., Bhalla, A. 2012, In: Academy of Management Perspectives
  • The Employee Ownership Advantage: Benefits and Consequences, Lampel, J., Bhalla, A., Jha, P. 2012
  • The role of inertia in explanations of project performance: A framework and evidence from project-based organizations, Genus, A., Jha, P. 2012, In: International Journal of Project Management

PGR Supervision

Nicholas Burton Architectural Co-Evolution and Correspondence in UK Personal Pensions Start: 10/07/2013


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