Dhanapati Mishra, Professor & HoD

Faculty/Department

 Department of Development Management

Qualification

  1. Master Degree in Human Resource Planning and Development, Institute of Applied Manpower Research, SGGS Indraprastha University, New Delhi, India (2003).
  2. Post-Graduate Diploma in Management Science, Portsmouth Polytechnic, United Kingdom, (1989)
  3. Bachelors of Arts, Government College, Punjab University, India (1985)

Units Teaching/Specializations

  1. Public Administration
  2. Human Resource Management
  3. Organisational Behaviour
  4. Leadership Development and Organisational Change
  5. Public Service ManagementFaculty performance rating by the Master Degree and PG Diploma students averaged 91.5%, 93%, 94.5% and 92% for 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015 respectively.

Teaching Experience

EMPLOYMENT

2016-present. Associate Professor and Head of Department, Department of Management Development, Royal Institute of Management providing post graduate teaching, supervising students research activities and involved in advisory services.

2011-2016. Assistant Professor and Head of Department, Department of Management Development, Royal Institute of Management providing post graduate teaching, supervising student’s research activities and involved in advisory services.

2007-2011. Senior Lecturer, Department of Management Development, Royal Institute of Management providing post graduate and undergraduate teaching, supervising students research activities and involved in advisory services

1986- 2006: Worked as academic staff of the Institute at various levels of academic grade since recruitment in July 1986. Responsibilities included teaching Management Communications, Economics, Public Administration, Human Resource Management, Project Management, and managing long-term under-graduate programmes of Accounting and Auditing, Office Administration and Management, Graduate Diploma in Public Administration and demand driven management development programmes for both public and private sector organisations.

TRAININGS UNDERTAKEN 

Seven Habits of Highly Effective People (2017). Franklin Covey India and South Asia

Public Sector Training Development Programme (2007), Korea International Cooperation Agency, Seoul, South Korea.

Training of Trainers and Performance Management Skills Development (2006), Royal Civil Service Commission, Bhutan

Certificate in Human Capital Planning (2005). Singapore Human Resource Institute, Singapore

Rural Development Strategies in Developing Economies (2002), National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad, India

Management Development Workshop (2000), Asian Institute of Management, Manila, The Philippines

Management of Training Programmes and Projects (1998) conducted by Development Consultants for Asia, Africa and Pacific, Quezon City, The Philippines.

Awards

  1. National Order of Merit (Gold) for Excellence in Academic by His Majesty the King of Bhutan (2013).
  2. Civil Service Award (Gold) by His Majesty the King of Bhutan (2016)
  3. Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of support for the professional development of key officials and staff of technical and vocational education and training Institutions in member countries (2000), Colombo Plan Staff College for Technical Education

Research & Publication

PUBLICATIONS

  1. “How to Handle Success” article published in RIM Newsletter (2016)
  2. “Performance Management: A conceptual Overview”, published in RIM Silver Jubilee Magazine (2015)
  3. “Can Strategic Human Resource Management enable Gross National Happiness”, published in “International Journal of Commerce and Business” – co-author (2010)
  4. “Training Development Strategies for Enhancing Government Employee Competencies in Bhutanese Civil Service”, (Country paper- 2007)
  5. “Instituting    Parliamentary Democracy: Prospects and Challenges for Bhutan” (Conference Paper-2006) 

RESEARCH SUPERVISION

  1. Chophyl, J (2018). Reviewing the system of assessing Individual Performance of School Tecahers. PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu
  2. Wangmo, T (2018). Assessing the HRM role of Front-Line Managers in Bhutanese Public Service. PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu
  3. Choden S (2018). Study of Servant Leadership Attributes in Public Sector Organisations. PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu
  4. Wangchuk, S (2018). Study of factors affecting job-satisfaction of Administration Officers at the Gewogs. PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu
  5. Wangchuk, S (2018). Study of Authentic Leadership Attributes in a Civil service Organisation in Bhutan.  PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu
  6. Choden, T (2017). Organisational Analysis of Leadership Effectiveness and Development Needs at the Royal Insurance Corporation of Bhutan. PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu
  7. Choden N (2017) Organisational Analysis of Leadership Effectiveness and Development Needs at the Bhutan Broadcasting Corporation ltd. PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu.
  8. Dorji, L C (2017) Organisational Analysis of Leadership Effectiveness and Development Needs at the Bhutan Development Bank. PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu
  9. Seldon, P (2017) Changing Trends in Leadership Development Methodologies. PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu
  10. Wangchuk, D (2016). Gender Leadership and Corruption in Bhutan. PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu
  11. Dorji, P (2016). A comparative study of job satisfaction in public and private sector organisations in Bhutan; PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu
  12. Wangdi, J (2016). Study of factors affecting job satisfaction of public employees. PG Diploma dissertation, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu

Consulting/Advisory Services

ACADEMIC RESEARCH INTERESTS 

  1. Enhancing Public Service Delivery
  2. Employee Empowerment and Engagement
  3. Workplace motivations in the public sector
  4. Inspirational Leadership and leadership development
  5. Public sector governance and management
  6. Happiness in the workplace

CONSULTANCY INTERESTS

  1. Preparing programs for management and leadership development
  2. Designing performance evaluation systems and training
  3. Preparing Human Resource Management Manual and Service Agreements
  4. Conducting Training Needs Assessments and ToTs
  5. Managing people aspects of organisational change
  6. Enhancing quality of Public Service Delivery

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Contact Details

eMail : dhanapati_mishra@rim.edu.bt

Telephone No: Ext 132