1. "Analysis of the Effectiveness of Motivational Schemes in GEC ALSTHOM", July-August, 1998.
The project was aimed at analyzing the effectiveness of the various motivational schemes, both monetary and non-monetary, being used in GEC Alsthom, Allahabad. The study helped to gain an understanding of how motivated the employees were due to the various schemes and which ones they thought were the best motivators. Further insights were gained when the data was analyzed age-wise, department -wise, and years of experience-wise.
2. "Select Aspects of Organizational Evolution: A Case Study", January-April, 2001.
The study was conducted in a big pharmaceutical organization in Delhi, to study the changes in the organization as it evolved over time. The changes studied were in terms of select aspects of organization structure and technology. The data collected was based on the perception of the employees of the changes in the organizational parameters from the time of their joining the organization as compared to the present state of affairs. Statistical analysis of the data gave some significant insights.
3. Analysis of the responses from PSUs On Pande Committee On Public Sector Enterprises Vigilance for Central Vigilance Commission, New Delhi, January 20-February 20, 2004
The project was part of the exercise initiated by the CVC to review the vigilance issues in PSUs all over India.
4. Organizational Change - A Select Diagnostic Study (An Application of Longitudinal Thinking Approach in a Pharmaceutical Industry Environment), Research topic of the Doctoral Program.
The key objective of the study was to study in-depth the changes in the organization structure and processes as the organization evolves with time. These changes in the structure and processes have an impact on the performance and growth of the organization. The changes have to be understood keeping in background the unique legacy factor of the organization. A proper understanding of this heritage factor enables the organization to successfully leverage its past for consciously framing out its future.
The scope of the study has been confined to two big Indian organizations in the pharmaceutical industry in India.
The study has used both descriptive and inferential statistics, which has included univariate, bivariate and multivariate techniques. The research findings, through quantitative techniques, have been corroborated with findings from qualitative analysis.