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Prof. (Dr.) Tanushree Sharma

Prof. (Dr.) Tanushree Sharma


Executive Director, Centre for Learning and Innovative Pedagogies (CLIP) at JGU

Ph.D. (UPES, Dehradun)


Prof. (Dr.) Tanushree Sharma is a Professor in the Jindal Global Business School. She also heads Centre for Learning and Innovative Pedagogies. Her work experience of two decades is evenly split between industry and academia. Her experience of managing the entire spectrum of Human Resources (HR) and HR advisory has enhanced her ability to weave together the warp of practice and weft of concepts well. She has worked in Learning and Development, HR, and allied domains at organizations such as Tata Projects, Delphi Automotive, Punwire Mobiles, and University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES). Her advisory revolves around learning and development, organizational capabilities, competency assessment, leadership, employee engagement, performance and change management.

Prof. Sharma has directed several management development and training programs for national and international public and private sector organisations. She served as faculty for European Union’s Capability Building Assignment for Indian Aviation Sector, co-executed by UPES and Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main University of Applied Sciences, Germany. She has conducted various training sessions for officers from State Governments and Corporates including Central Tibetan Administration, Bapex Oil and PetroBangla, Bangladesh, CAG, GAIL, Oil India, IOCL, HPCL, BPCL, ONGC, EIL, NHPC, NTPC, Power Grid, Coal India, IGL, THDC, UJVN, UPCL, GETCO, GSPC, Cairn Energy, and JSPL.

Prof. Sharma has a Ph.D. in Management from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies. A Master Instructional Designer from Association of Talent Development (ATD), USA, and a Six-Sigma Green Belt, she holds certification in Design Thinking from Stanford GSB Executive Education, Higher Education Teaching from Harvard BOK, Case Writing Workshop co-executed by Indian School of Business (ISB) and Richard Ivy School of Business, and Participant Centered Learning organized jointly by IIM Bangalore, and Harvard BPS. She has undergone Basic Lab in Human Processes offered by Indian Society for Applied Behavioral Science, and also undertaken accredited work study programs offered by Carlton Advanced Management Institute, USA such as Certified Trainer and Facilitator, Certified Competency and Performance Developer.

Prof. Sharma is a member of ATD, USA. She has published her work and participated in conferences at national and international platforms. Her current areas of interest include capability building, employee engagement, leadership, organizational culture and change.

  • Sharma, T., & Mandan, R. K. (2019). Raising Funds for Microenterprise: An Elusive Reality. In A. Ramesh, P. Gover, & S. Dasgupta, Start-up Marketing Strategies in India (pp. 143-159). Croydon: Emerald Publishing Limited
  • Sharma, T., Pandey, K.K., Punia, D.K. and Rao, J. (2016). Of Pilferers and Poachers:  Combating electricity Theft in India. Energy Research and Social Sciences. 11, 40-52 Elsevier. ∙ Sharma, T. and Grover, P. (2015). Unforeseen Bumps on the Road of Entrepreneurship  communicated to Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies. 5 (8).
  • Sharma, T. (2014). Force Automotive: Breach of code of conduct. Emerald Emerging Markets Case  Studies, 4 (2).
  • Sharma, T. (2013). Cynosure Plant: Emergence of Remuneration Inequity. European Case Clearing  House.
  • Shah, H. and Sharma, T. (2009). Does Organizational Ethos fuel Burnout: An Empirical  investigation from Oil Industry? In Anand, N. (Ed.) Contemporary Issues in Energy Sector,  Technology Publications (pp.331-343), Dehradun, India. (Presented in PETROTECH – 2007,  New Delhi).
  • Sharma, T. and Pandey, K.K. (2019). What Oils the Wheel of Electricity Theft- Perspective of Indian Discoms. Presented in International Conference on Applied Energy (ICAE2019), Vasteras, Sweden
  • Mandan, R., Sharma, T. and Grover, P. (2016). Micro Enterprise Financing: Will o’ the wisp.  Presented in International Conference on Contemporary Debates in Public Policy and  Management held at Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta.
  • Sharma, T. and Pandey, K.K. (2015). Electricity Theft in Indian Power Distribution Sector- Are  the workplace factors responsible? Presented in International Conference on Management of  Infrastructure held at College of Management and Economics Studies, University of Petroleum  and Energy Studies Dehradun.
  • Sharma, T. and Grover, P. (2014). New Entrepreneur’s Dilemma: Dealer vs. Retail. Presented in  Global Summit on Management Cases held at Indian Institute of Management, Raipur.
  • Sharma, T. and Pandey, K.K. (2013). Does Organizational Ethos Impact Role Satisfaction of  Employees? Presented in Tenth AIMS International Conference on Management held at Indian  Institute of Management, Bangalore.
  • Participated in the 7th International Week in Business Studies 2014, FH Frankfurt, Germany.  
  • Participated as a panellist in the 5th World Renewable Energy Technology Congress held on  August 21-13, 2014 in Delhi.
  • Capability Building, Employee Engagement, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Change.

Capability Building, Employee Engagement, Competency Assessment, Leadership, Performance and Change Management.