Manjot Singh Bhatia

Assistant Professor , Operations Management and Information System

Manjot Singh Bhatia

Assistant Professor , Operations Management and Information System

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Education


Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Operations Management Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow, India Thesis Title: Essays in closed-loop supply chain

Master of Applied Science (MASc.), Industrial Engineering Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors’), Mechanical Engineering Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani, India

Papers Published

  1. Bhatia, M. S. & Kumar, S. (2022), “Linking stakeholder and competitive pressure to Industry 4.0 and performance: Mediating effect of environmental commitment and green process innovation”, Business Strategy and the Environment, 31(5), 1905-1918

  2. Bhatia, M. S. & Kumar, S. (2022), “Critical success factors of Industry 4.0 in automotive manufacturing industry”, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 69(5), 2439-2453

  3. Kayikci, Y., Subramanian, N., Dora, M. & Bhatia, M. S. (2022), “Food supply chain in the era of Industry 4.0: Blockchain technology implementation opportunities and impediments from the perspective of people, process, performance and technology”, Production Planning & Control, 33(2-3), 301-321

  4. Bhatia, M. S., Jakhar, S. K. & Dora, M. (2022), “Analysis of barriers to closed-loop supply chain: A case of Indian automotive industry”, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 69(5), 1999-2013

  5. Singh, R., Mangla, S. K., Bhatia, M. S. & Luthra, S. (2022), “Integration of Green and Lean Practices for Sustainable Business Management”, Business Strategy and the Environment, 31(1), 353-370

  6. Kumar, S. & Bhatia, M. S. (2021), “Environmental dynamism, Industry 4.0 and sustainable performance: Mediating role of organizational and technological factors”, Industrial Marketing Management, 95, 54 – 64

  7. Bhatia, M. S. (2021), “Green process innovation and operational performance: Mediating role of technological capabilities and organizational learning”, Business Strategy and the Environment, 30(7), 2845-2857

  8. Bhatia, M. S. & Jakhar, S. K. (2021), “The effect of regulations, top management commitment and organizational learning on green product innovation: Evidence from automobile industry”, Business Strategy and the Environment, 30(8), 3907-3918

  9. Chaudhuri, A, Bhatia, M. S., Kayikci, Y., Fernandes, K. J. & Fosso-Wamba, S. (2021), “Impact of blockchain adoption on improving social sustainability and in reducing risks across supply chains: an agency theory perspective”, Annals of Operations Research [Published online]

  10. Bhatia, M. S. & Gangwani, K. K. (2021), “Green supply chain management: Scientometric review and analysis of empirical research”, Journal of Cleaner Production, 284, 124722

  11. Kumar, S., Biswas, B., Bhatia, M. S. & Dora, M. (2021), “Antecedents for Enhanced Level of Cyber-Security in Organizations”, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 34(6), 1597-1629

  12. Bhatia, M. S., Jakhar, S. K., Mangla, S. K. & Gangwani, K. K. (2020), “Critical factors to environment management in a closed loop supply chain”, Journal of Cleaner Production, 255, 120239

  13. Bhatia, M. S., Dora, M. & Jakhar, S. K. (2019), “Appropriate location for remanufacturing plant towards sustainable supply chain”, Annals of Operations Research [Published online]

  14. Bhatia, M. S. & Srivastava, R. K. (2019), “Antecedents of implementation success in closed-loop supply chain: An empirical investigation”, International Journal of Production Research, 57(23), 7344 – 7360

  15. Bhatia, M. S. & Awasthi, A. (2018), “Assessing Relationship between Quality Management Systems and Business Performance and its Mediators: SEM Approach”, International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, 35(8), 1490 - 1507

  16. Bhatia, M. S. & Srivastava, R. K. (2018), “Analysis of external barriers to remanufacturing using grey-DEMATEL approach: An Indian perspective”, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 136, 79 – 87

Testimonial

Manjot Singh Bhatia is working as Assistant Professor in Operations and Supply chain management at LM Thapar School of Management (LMTSM). Manjot earned his doctorate from Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow. Before joining LMTSM, Manjot has held academic positions at Coventry University, UK and O. P. Jindal Global University, India.

His current research interests are circular economy, Blockchain, and Industry 4.0. Manjot has published in leading internal journals such as Industrial Marketing Management, International Journal of Production Research, Production Planning and Control, Business Strategy and the Environment, and several others.

Awards and Recognition

  • Research Excellence Award, O. P. Jindal Global University, India (2020)
  • Graduation Bonus Award, Concordia University, Canada (2014)
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