Centre for Global Higher Education Futures
Group Captain Krishnappa has over 32 years of experience of which 16 years have been in the fields of teaching and research. He has a number of publications to his credit in peer reviewed journals, book chapters and five edited volumes in the field of international relations and security studies. In his previous assignments, he led large international interdisciplinary projects including the IDSA-DRDO Strategic Futures 2050 project commissioned by the Government of India. He has delivered over 100 invited lectures around the globe and has participated in over 500 seminars. He is currently Adjunct Fellow at the Institute for Chinese Studies (ICS), Delhi.
He has a diverse and multi-disciplinary academic background in political science, public policy, peace studies, international law, jurisprudence and organisational studies. He holds a PGDip in Strategy and Innovation from the Said Business School (SBS), University of Oxford, and an MSc in Defence and Strategic Studies from the University of Madras. He also earned an advanced certificate in General Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A) and a Certificate in Peace Research from the University of Oslo, Norway.
His current research is in the broad areas of organisational sociology, organisational theory, humanities and management, ethics, and the pedagogies of practice.