Harshad Puranik

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Harshad Puranik

PhD Student, Department of Management

538 Carl H. Lindner Hall

513-556-5399

Harshad Puranik is a doctoral candidate in the management department at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business. He has a Masters degree in Management Science with a specialization in HR from the University of Mumbai, India. Before joining the doctoral program, he has worked as Assistant Manager of Human Resources with a manufacturing firm called Neosym Industry Limited, India. In terms of research, he is interested in studying how the dynamic interplay between different workplace interactions and affect/emotion shapes individual and interpersonal outcomes in organizations. His research has been accepted for publication in the Academy of Management Review and the Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Teaching Interest
Organizational Behavior, Management, Strategic HR, Teams, Leadership

Research Interest
Affect/emotions, Workplace Interpersonal Processes, Work Interruptions

Awards | Honors
Organization: University of Cincinnati
Name: University of Cincinnati Graduate School Dean's Fellowship, 2018-19
Year Received: 2018

Organization: Lindner College of Business
Name: UC Lindner College of Business’s Outstanding Doctoral Student Research Award
Year Received: 2018

Organization: Lindner College of Business
Name: UC Lindner College of Business Excellence in Teaching Award for Graduate Students
Year Received: 2018

Organization: Lindner College of Business
Name: UC Lindner College of Business Dean’s List of Teaching Excellence
Year Received: 2017

Organization: Lindner College of Business
Name: UC Lindner College of Business Dean’s List of Teaching Excellence
Year Received: 2016

Organization: Lindner College of Business
Name: UC Lindner College of Business Dean’s List of Teaching Excellence
Year Received: 2015

Education
Institution: L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research
Location: Mumbai, India
Major: Master of Management Studies (Human Resources)
Completed: 2012
Degree: MS

Institution: Vishwakarma Institute of Technology
Location: Pune, India
Major: Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)
Completed: 2008
Degree: BS

Published Contributions
Harshad Puranik, Heather Vough, Joel  Koopman,  (2016). They Want What I’ve Got:  Self-Esteem and Attribution in Determining Responses to Being Envied. Academy of Management Proceedings.

Accepted Contributions
Brianna Caza, Heather Vough, Harshad Puranik,  (Accepted). Identity Work in Organizations and Occupations:  Definitions, Theories, and Pathways Forward. Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Harshad Puranik, Joel Koopman, Heather Vough, Daniel  Gamache,  (Accepted). They Want What I’ve Got (I think):  The Causes and Consequences of Attributing Coworker Behavior to Envy. Academy of Management Review.

Research in progress
Title: 1. Study on daily citizenship pressure and deviant behavior
Research Type: Scholarly

Title: 2. Study on workplace interruptions
Research Type: Scholarly

Title: 3. Social gaffes:  Awkward interpersonal encounters and their emotional and relational outcomes
Status: On-Going
Research Type: Scholarly

Title: 4. CEO performance management behaviors and firm outcomes
Status: Writing Results
Research Type: Scholarly

Title: 5. Work intrusions and their emotional consequences and employee outcomes
Status: On-Going
Research Type: Scholarly

Title: 6. Guilt and Managers
Status: On-Going
Research Type: Scholarly

Title: 7. Feeling green:  A conceptual review of workplace envy
Status: Planning
Research Type: Scholarly

Presentations
Title: Awkward interpersonal encounters at work and their interpersonal repercussions
Location: Chicago, US
Year: 2018

Title: When employees break bad:  Examining the dark side of citizenship behaviors at work.
Organization: Academy of Management
Location: Chicago, IL
Year: 2018

Title: CEO performance management:  Pathway to TMT job attitudes and firm performance
Organization: Academy of Management
Location: Chicago, IL
Year: 2018

Title: On facing coworker envy:  Importance of self-esteem and attribution in shaping responses to coworker envy
Organization: Southern Management Association
Location: Charlotte, US
Year: 2016

Title: They want what I've got:  The role of self-esteem and attribution in determining responses to coworker envy
Location: Anaheim, US
Year: 2016

Title: Navigating necessary evils:  Identity and image influences on manager decision making, guilt and outcomes
Organization: Academy of Management
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Year: 2015