Vibhav Singh is an Assistant Professor in the area of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. She holds MPhil & PhD degree in Management and Labour Studies from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. Her MPhil and doctorate work explored intergenerational issues at workplace. She holds post—graduate degree in Psychology from University of Delhi. She completed her graduation in Psychology from Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi.
She has worked with Aon Hewitt in the area of employee engagement and Best Employers Asia. Her current research interest lies in the domain of generational diversity, group dynamics, impression management, issues in qualitative research, and feminism. She primarily focuses on interdisciplinary research.
She has been awarded ICSSR doctoral fellowship (Ministry of HRD). Best research paper award (Runner’s up) at Indian Academy of Management conference at (IIM Bangalore).
- Singh, V. (2014) ‘We are not phobic but selective’: The older generation’s attitude towards using technology in workplace communications. Development and Learning in Organizations. 28(4), 18—20.
- Singh, V. (2014). Does work attitude result into work behavior for older and younger generation? In aWeshkar. XVII(1). 89-94.
- Singh, V. (2013). Exploring the concept of Work across Generations’. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships. 11(3), 272-285.
- Singh, V. (2013) ‘Exploring the concept of intergenerational communication at Manufacturing Industry’. Doctoral colloquium at IIM Ahmedabad.
- Singh, V. (2011). ‘Exploring the concept of work across generation’ in 2nd Biennial Indian Academy of Management Conference 2011.