In my research, I focus on performance trade-offs associated with using different ways of organizing human capital in the context of human resource allocation and knowledge production. In my dissertation, I look at how the use of algorithms or new forms of organizing (such as "bossless" forms) shape coordination among members and knowledge integration within organizations. I use a variety of methodologies involving econometric analysis of large datasets, and computational modeling in my research.
Prior to my doctoral studies, I have worked in various industry sectors, ranging from software to retail to automotive manufacturing. I hold an undergraduate degree in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Pune, and an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta.
When not working, I enjoy attending classical music and Jazz concerts, and reading philosophy and history. I am also an avid trivia buff (a big Jeopardy! fan).
AWARDS AND HONORS
Strategic Management Society Best PhD Paper Award in Knowledge and Innovation
SMS Annual Conference Best Paper Prize (Nominated)
Flamholtz Award for Excellent Academic Performance
University of Michigan- Ross School of Business
PhD in Strategy
Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, India
University of Pune, India
Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science