Aastha Dhoopar

Assistant Professor

Aastha Dhoopar

Assistant Professor

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Born to parents who themselves were academicians, teaching has always been close to my heart. Throughout my career, I've held fast to the belief that each child possesses unique talents and deserves an engaging learning environment where they can flourish socially, emotionally, cognitively, and physically. Since teaching is a reciprocal process of learning from one another, fostering an environment where students feel empowered to express themselves and take risks is essential for unlocking their full potential.

My approach is grounded in the belief that every student harbors unique skills, which, with the right support, can propel them towards achieving their aspirations. I draw inspiration from the diverse teaching styles, methods, and philosophies I've encountered as a student myself. My ultimate goal as a professor is to nurture well-rounded individuals, not just adept scholars. Beyond simply transmitting conceptual knowledge, I believe a teacher's role lies in facilitating learning already inherent within each student. Through interactive activities, engaging questions, and thought-provoking conversations, I strive to ignite curiosity, prompt critical thinking, and challenge established norms.

As a student of Human Resources and Organizational Behavior, I'm passionate about motivating, engaging, and encouraging my students to explore psychological theory, research, and practical applications. I believe that gaining a nuanced understanding of human behavior empowers individuals to navigate the complexities of the workplace. To spark their interest, I often weave captivating stories into my lessons, immersing them in the learning process. I also inspire them to connect their theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios, demonstrating the practical relevance of Strategic Human Resource Management, Employee Behavior, Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, and Psychological Capital. To effectively prepare my students for success as future management professionals, I regularly incorporate industry insights into my curriculum, encouraging them to develop a holistic perspective on problem-solving.

Publications:

  • Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., Gupta, B. (2022). Antecedents and measures of organizational effectiveness: A systematic review of literature. Human Resource Management Review. 33 (1), 100915 (ABDC-A, ABS-3, IF 10.667). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrmr.2022.100915
  • Sihag, P., Dhoopar, A. (2022). Organizational resilience and employee performance: the mediation of perceived organizational support in the Indian HEIs. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management. (ABDC-B, ABS-1). https://doi.org/10.1108/IJPPM-07- 2021-0387
  • Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., Kumar, A., & Suhag, A. K. (2022). Organizational resilience and employee performance in COVID-19 pandemic: the mediating effect of emotional intelligence. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. 30 (1), 130-155. (ABDC-B, ABS 1). https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOA-06-2020-2261
  • Singh, R., Sihag, P. & Dhoopar, A. (2023). Role of resilient leadership and psychological capital in employee engagement with special reference to COVID-19. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. (ABDC-B, ABS-1). https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOA-09-2021-2975
  • Dhoopar, A. & Sihag, P. (2022). Managing Organizational effectiveness during a pandemic: A conceptual framework. International journal of business continuity and risk management. (Scopus indexed). DOI: 10.1504/IJBCRM.2023.10051485

Book Chapter:

  • Sihag, P., Dhoopar, A., Kumar, A., &; Suhag, A. K. (2020). The Conceptual Model Framework for the Role of Human Resources in the Adoption of the Circular Economy: A Content Analysis Approach. In Circular Economy for the Management of Operations (pp. 3-22). CRC Press. Taylor and Francis Group.

Conference Papers:

  • Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., & Gupta, B. (2022). High-Performance Work Systems and Employee Outcomes: The Role of Responsible Leadership and Work Engagement. 8th Pan-IIM World Management Conference, IIM Kozhikode, Kerala (December 16-18, 2021).
  • Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., & Gupta, B. (2022). High-Performance Work Systems and Turnover Intentions: The Role of Organizational Ambidexterity and Perceived Supervisor Support in the Indian IT Industry. 7th Biennial Conference of Indian Academy of Management (INDAM), IIM Rohtak (January 7-9, 2022).
  • Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., & Gupta, B. (2021). Sustaining Organizational Effectiveness In The Time Of A Pandemic (Lessons Derived From COVID-19). MICA’s 7th International Communication Management Conference (ICMC) 2021 in association with The University of Texas at Austin, MICA, Ahmedabad (January 7-9, 2021).
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Born to parents who themselves were academicians, teaching has always been close to my heart. Throughout my career, I've held fast to the belief that each child possesses unique talents and deserves an engaging learning environment where they can flourish socially, emotionally, cognitively, and physically. Since teaching is a reciprocal process of learning from one another, fostering an environment where students feel empowered to express themselves and take risks is essential for unlocking their full potential.

My approach is grounded in the belief that every student harbors unique skills, which, with the right support, can propel them towards achieving their aspirations. I draw inspiration from the diverse teaching styles, methods, and philosophies I've encountered as a student myself. My ultimate goal as a professor is to nurture well-rounded individuals, not just adept scholars. Beyond simply transmitting conceptual knowledge, I believe a teacher's role lies in facilitating learning already inherent within each student. Through interactive activities, engaging questions, and thought-provoking conversations, I strive to ignite curiosity, prompt critical thinking, and challenge established norms.

As a student of Human Resources and Organizational Behavior, I'm passionate about motivating, engaging, and encouraging my students to explore psychological theory, research, and practical applications. I believe that gaining a nuanced understanding of human behavior empowers individuals to navigate the complexities of the workplace. To spark their interest, I often weave captivating stories into my lessons, immersing them in the learning process. I also inspire them to connect their theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios, demonstrating the practical relevance of Strategic Human Resource Management, Employee Behavior, Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, and Psychological Capital. To effectively prepare my students for success as future management professionals, I regularly incorporate industry insights into my curriculum, encouraging them to develop a holistic perspective on problem-solving.

Publications:

  • Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., Gupta, B. (2022). Antecedents and measures of organizational effectiveness: A systematic review of literature. Human Resource Management Review. 33 (1), 100915 (ABDC-A, ABS-3, IF 10.667). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrmr.2022.100915
  • Sihag, P., Dhoopar, A. (2022). Organizational resilience and employee performance: the mediation of perceived organizational support in the Indian HEIs. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management. (ABDC-B, ABS-1). https://doi.org/10.1108/IJPPM-07- 2021-0387
  • Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., Kumar, A., & Suhag, A. K. (2022). Organizational resilience and employee performance in COVID-19 pandemic: the mediating effect of emotional intelligence. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. 30 (1), 130-155. (ABDC-B, ABS 1). https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOA-06-2020-2261
  • Singh, R., Sihag, P. & Dhoopar, A. (2023). Role of resilient leadership and psychological capital in employee engagement with special reference to COVID-19. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. (ABDC-B, ABS-1). https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOA-09-2021-2975
  • Dhoopar, A. & Sihag, P. (2022). Managing Organizational effectiveness during a pandemic: A conceptual framework. International journal of business continuity and risk management. (Scopus indexed). DOI: 10.1504/IJBCRM.2023.10051485

Book Chapter:

  • Sihag, P., Dhoopar, A., Kumar, A., &; Suhag, A. K. (2020). The Conceptual Model Framework for the Role of Human Resources in the Adoption of the Circular Economy: A Content Analysis Approach. In Circular Economy for the Management of Operations (pp. 3-22). CRC Press. Taylor and Francis Group.

Conference Papers:

  • Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., & Gupta, B. (2022). High-Performance Work Systems and Employee Outcomes: The Role of Responsible Leadership and Work Engagement. 8th Pan-IIM World Management Conference, IIM Kozhikode, Kerala (December 16-18, 2021).
  • Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., & Gupta, B. (2022). High-Performance Work Systems and Turnover Intentions: The Role of Organizational Ambidexterity and Perceived Supervisor Support in the Indian IT Industry. 7th Biennial Conference of Indian Academy of Management (INDAM), IIM Rohtak (January 7-9, 2022).
  • Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., & Gupta, B. (2021). Sustaining Organizational Effectiveness In The Time Of A Pandemic (Lessons Derived From COVID-19). MICA’s 7th International Communication Management Conference (ICMC) 2021 in association with The University of Texas at Austin, MICA, Ahmedabad (January 7-9, 2021).
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