Geetha’s research interests lies in identity scholarship, leadership and cross cultural issues in management. She is particularly interested in critical management practices and incorporates sociology into organizational research in exploring how social realities are constructed in work places through social interactions and discourses. She would like to remain active in promoting social constructionist perspectives, ethnography and in encouraging researchers to become reflexive in the research process.
Geetha welcomes applications from PhD candidates who are particularly interested in exploring how social realities are constructed in work places (e.g. identity issues, leadership, cross cultural issues in organisations).
2023-Engqiong Liu, Talent Management in Chinese University Context: A Comparative Case Study Approach.
2021- Gadi, Nailah Hassan, To explore the impact of the information and communication technologies on women’s employment in Saudi Arabia.
2020-Catherine Michaux, A Non-Essentialist Approach to Cross Cultural Management in Multinational Corporations.
2020- Ovalia Rukmana, Learning and Responding to Sustainability Education in the Context of Palm Oil Production: A Study from Business Schools in Indonesia.
2019-Alzawawi, Bashir Salem, Organizational Change from the Perspectives of Translation: A Case Study of the Transformation of the Islamic Banking Sector.
Current PhD supervisions :
- Bashayr Alsharif, An analysis of the effects of gender inequality in the workplace in Saudi Arabia.
- Ethica Tanjeen, Isomorphic Pressures and Stakeholder’s Demands in Decision Making: A Study on garment sectors in Bangladesh.
-Shaden Hmaidan Alfaleh, Exploring empowerment experience of both of managers and employees in the banking sector in Jourdan.