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Leadership Development for Enhanced Public Service Delivery - ITEC (10/6/2014 to 10/17/2014)
Dr.Harsh Sharma

MDPs for Scientists/Engineers of ISRO (10/6/2014 to 10/17/2014)
Prof.Vilas Shah
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Mr.Dushyant Mahadik

Environmental Economics & Accounting for MOEF (10/13/2014 to 10/17/2014)
Dr. Valli Manickam

General Management Programme for Executives of NMDC - Batch I (10/13/2014 to 10/18/2014)
Mr. B.V.N. Sachendra

Utkarsh for PGCIL (10/13/2014 to 10/17/2014)
Dr.K.N.Viswanatham

Leadership Engagement and Development - ITEC (10/20/2014 to 10/31/2014)
Ms.J Swarnalatha

Advanced Management Programme for NTPC (10/27/2014 to 11/7/2014)
Dr.Usha Ramachandra

Advanced Techno Managment for DST (10/27/2014 to 11/28/2014)
Dr. Nirmalya Bagchi
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Mr. B.V.N. Sachendra

General Management Programme for Executives of NMDC - Batch II(10/27/2014 to 11/1/2014)
Mr. B.V.N. Sachendra

Financial Management for offcials of Government of Assam (10/27/2014 to 10/31/2014)
Dr. Paramita Das Gupta
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Ms. Ashita Allamraju

Leadership Essentials for Executives of ONGC (10/27/2014 to 10/31/2014)
Dr.Harsh Sharma

Capcaity Building for ITI Principals (10/27/2014 to 10/31/2014)
Dr.Balbir Singh
,
Dr.Sreerupa Senguptha

Off-Campus

Regulations of the Companies Act 2013 for Northern Coal Fields Ltd. at Singrauli, MP - 10/31/2014
Ms.M V Anjali

Faculty Dr.Harsh Sharma
 
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Dr.Harsh Sharma

Professor

Human Resources Area,

Centre for Management Studies

Administrative Staff College of India,

Bella Vista, Raj Bhavan Road,

Hyderabad 500 082.

Phone:+9140-66534238
Mobile:
Email:harsh.sharma@asci.org.in
Url:http://www.asci.org.in
 
Profile

Dr Harsh Sharma is working with Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad as Professor.

 

He has done his Ph.D in the area of ‘Training Effectiveness Evaluation’ from GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi, India. He holds three post graduate degrees including MBA with specialisation in Human Resource Management, Master of Arts (Sociology) and Master of Science. This exposure to multiple areas of knowledge provides him with unique opportunity to integrate wider social concerns with functioning of business organisations and also helps in diagnosing the issues with a scientific temperament. He also holds Diploma in Training and Development from ISTD and certificates in Statistical Analysis Tools, ISO 9000:2000 and Gaming Simulation from reputed international professional bodies.

 

Harsh is an alumnus of German Development Institute, Bonn. He has done advanced certificate course on “Managing Global Governance School” from German Development Institute, Bonn. He has been associated with ILO and has completed a long term research project at International Labour Organisation, Geneva on the topic of ‘Green Jobs and Decent Work Agenda.’ He has also participated in International Programme on Futures organised by German Foreign Ministry in Berlin.

 

Harsh is actively involved with management training and development and consultancy. He has conducted short and long duration MDPs for Exim Bank, Nokia, NHPC, NTPC, Department of Science and Technology, Nuclear Power Corporation, Punjab National Bank, Exim Bank, Wipro, Bank of Maharashtra, Waters India Limited, ISRO, UltraTech Cement, Volvo etc. on topics such as Conflict Management, Negotiation Skills, HR for Line Mangers, Leadership and Organisation Development, Train the Trainer, Strategic Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations & Labour Laws, Enhancing Managerial Effectiveness and others.

 

He has worked on consulting assignments with Oil India, OHPC, Waters etc. on performance & talent management, reformulating HR policies, evaluating training effectiveness etc. Currently, he is working with Goa Ship yard Limited and Cement Corporation of India Limited on Manpower Planning, with Karnataka health department on World Bank sponsored project on training evaluation and with Bureau of Police Research and Development on ‘Training Need Identification for all levels of Police Officers’.

 

Prior to joining ASCI, he has worked in premier B Schools of India and been greatly involved in research, training and consultancy. He has been instrumental in introducing innovative training/teaching methods, and developed role-plays, games & simulation exercises and case studies for supplementing classroom teaching. He has published and presented numerous papers and articles in International journals published by emerald, inderscience and macrothink USA and indexed by Scopus, Ebsco etc. His areas of research are manpower planning, training evaluation, green jobs and labour issues. Some of his publications are:

·         Sharma, H. (2012), “Importance and performance of managerial training in Indian organisations-an empirical study”, Journal of Management Development, Emerald Publishers, UK, Indexed at Scopus, ERIC etc.(to be published)

·         Lather, A.S. and Sharma, H. (2010), “Impact of national, organisational culture and work values onmentoring environment in Indian context", International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol. 3, No. 4, InderScience Publishers, USA.

·         Lather, A.S. and Sharma, H. (2009), "Role and importance of training climate for effective training programs", Enterprise Risk Management, Vol. 2, No.1, Macrothink Institute, Las Vegas, USA

·         Lather, A.S. and Sharma, H. (2008), “Mentoring in Indian organisations- A study”, Management and Change, Vol. 11, No. 2 published by IILM India.

·         Lather, A.S. and Sharma, H. (2003), “Isolated HR initiatives leading to chaos”, Amity Business Review, Vol. 4., No.2, pp.29-32.

·         Lather, A.S. and Sharma, H. (2004), Samari auto limited-a case study, Delhi Business Review, Vol. V, No.1, pp125-127.

·         Lather, A.S. and Sharma, H. (2008), “Training function at cross roads”, In Banga, R., Agarwal, R., Bhattacharya, A.N. (Eds.) Globalization and Sectoral Development, New  Delhi: Excel Books.     

·         Sharma, H. (2006), “Mentoring In Business Organisations: A Way Forward” In. Saidayin, M.(ED.)  Emerging Issues In Human Resource Management,  New Delhi:Excel Books.

 

Proceedings

 

·         Sharma, H. (2011), “Green Jobs and Decent Work Agenda”, Proceedings, IAMO Forum 2011,Halle, Leipzig, Germany (June 23, 2011 to June 24, 2011)

·         Sharma, H. and Grover, D. (2004), “Knowledge Management: An HR Perspective”, Proceedings, Third Asian conference of academy of HRD international, Seoul, Korea (November 21 to November 23, 2004).

·         Ghoshray, K. and Sharma, H.  (2005), “Governance Initiatives In NGO’s: Ensuring Effective Delivery Of Services”, Proceedings, 8th annual convention of Strategic Management Forum, IIFM Bhopal (May 9-11, 2005)

·         Lather, A.S. and Sharma, H. (2007), “Total productive maintenance and role of HR -Case of Sona Steerings”,  Proceedings, 3rd National Case Study Symposium- Vishleshan-07 organised by University School of Management Studies, GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi.

·         Lather, A.S. and Sharma, H. (2002), “Human resource practices in small scale industry – a case study”, Proceedings,  BVCON 2002  organized by Bhartiya Vidya Peeth, Sangli, Maharastra.

·         Lather, A.S. and Sharma, H. (2007), “Focusing on training climate for effective training- a diagnostic model”, Proceedings,  National Seminar on 'Corporate Strategies & Innovations in the emerging Global Economy' organised by University School of Management Studies, GGS Indraprastha  University, Delhi.

 

 

Current Interests
Leadership Skills Development
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'Communication Skills for Managers
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Index Based Crop Insurance – Concepts, Design and Implementation
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Strategic Financial Management
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Digital Marketing: Engage With The Digital Generation
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Creating Social Value through Corporate Social Responsibility
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Developing the Leading Edge with Strategic Marketing
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Strategic Human Resource Management
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Individual Excellence for Organisational Effectiveness
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Ethical Leadership in Public Governance
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Effective Human Resource Training & Development
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Gender Mainstreaming, Budgeting and Auditing : Practices for Equity and Accountability
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Improving Work Culture
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Finance for Non-Finance Executives
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Human Resource Management for Line Managers
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Materials and Supply Chain Management
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General Management Programme for Senior Executives (Session 124)
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Project Management for World Bank Aided Projects
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Project and Contract Management
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Public Private Partnership in Social Sector
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Procurement Procedures for the World Bank Aided Projects
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General Management Programme for Middle Level Executives - Managing in High Growth Environment
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Managing Strategic Innovation
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