Professorial Staff

Associate Professor Ramudu Bhanugopan

Sub-Dean, Graduate Studies / Associate Professor in Human Resource Management
Wagga Wagga
Building 028 Room 120

Profile

Ramudu Bhanugopan is Associate Professor of Human Resource Management at School of Business, Charles Sturt University, Australia. He researches in the field of international and regional HRM issues; and has published more than one hundred articles. He has 25 years’ academic experience at universities in Australia, India, China, Papua New Guinea, Cambodia and Malaysia.

Ramudu’s research interests relate to high performance HRM systems. In particular, he undertakes research on the implications of the emerging team leadership, employability skills, training and graduate work readiness in the international context. He has also undertaken research projects in relation to human resource development and his research is published in human resource management journals, including Journal of Vocational Behaviour, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Personnel Review, Journal of Business Research, and International Journal of Manpower.

Ramudu is the SubDean of Graduate Studies at Faculty of Business,Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Ramudu teaches on graduate and post graduate programmes in the areas of Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour and Research Methods. He has supervised 20 PhD/DBA students to completion. Among these, 3 PhD graduates were awarded the best thesis prize. Ramudu has received the Dean’s Award for excellence in teaching, Charles Sturt University Excellence in Research Supervision Award, Best paper award from the Academy of Management, USA and ANZAM, Australia.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • HRM210 Human Resource Management
  • HRM516 International Management Behaviour
  • HRM552 Organisational Behaviour

Research Focus

  • Human Resource Management
  • Cross Cultural Management
  • Leadership Behaviour
  • Training and Development
  • Work Life Balance
  • Workplace Bullying and Aggression
  • Risk Analysis and Employment Practices

Research Project Supervision

  • Human Resource Management Practices
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Cross Cultural Management
  • Leadership Styles
  • Training and Development

Doctoral Students Supervision (PhD / DBA)

I have supervised to the successful completion of PhD / DBA students.

Name of StudentCommencedProposed CompletionProgramSupervisor TypeResearch TitleStatus

1

Mr. K Aladwan

Jordan

2008

2011

PhD

(Full time on campus)

Principal Supervisor

The Impact of Human Resource Management practices on employees attitudes

Awarded

2

Mr. R Shankar

Malaysia

2010

2013

DBA

(Part time)

Principal Supervisor

Innovation and climate for  innovation and Leadership

Awarded

3

Ms. D Bealer

Australia

2009

2012

DBA

(Part time)

Principal Supervisor

National Identity and Leadership styles in the United Arab Emirates

Awarded

4

Ms. Ying Wang

China

2010

2014

PhD

(Full time on campus)

Principal Supervisor

Skills shortage and Management  Training and development in China

Awarded

5

Mr. J Williams

Canada

2009

2014

PhD

(Part time)

Principal Supervisor

Managing Localisation of Human Resources in Qatar

Awarded

6

Ms. Nusrat Khan

Pakistan

2012

2015

PhD

(Full time  on campus)

Co Supervisor

Human resource management practices in Pakistan

Awarded

7

Mr. A Kubicek

Australia

2010

2015

DBA

(Part time)

Principal Supervisor

Risk Management in high risk Industry

Awarded

8

Ms. Stacey Jenkins

Australia

20012

2015

PhD

(Part time on campus)

Principal Supervisor

Work Life Balance practices in Australian Organisations

Awarded

Won Best thesis award

9

Ms. Linda Dalton

Australia

2008

2015

DBA

(Part time)

Co Supervisor

Inter cultural effectiveness of expatriates in China

Awarded

10

Ms. J Esler

Australia

2012

2018

PhD

(Part time  on campus)

Principal Supervisor

Human resource management practices in Health care sector in Australia

Awarded

Won Best thesis award

11

Ms Kelly Samson

Australia

2011

2018

PhD

(Part time)

Co Supervisor

Application of HR matrices

Awarded

12

Mr. David Ewens

Australia

2013

2018

DBA

(Part time)

Co Supervisor

Managing non-governmental Charity organisations

Awarded

13

Ms. Buddhika .M

Srilanka

2016

2018

PhD

Full time

Principal Supervisor

Temporal Leadership

Awarded

14

Mr.Errol Brandt

Australia

2016

2019

DBA

(Part time)

Co Supervisor

Leadership behaviours in the Australian manufacturing sector

Awarded

15

Ms. Sumedha

Weerasekara

Australia

2016

2020

PhD

(full time)

Principal Supervisor

Business Eco –systems Modelling in NSW

Awarded

16

Mr Yves Michel Serge Clerc

Canada

2014

2019

DBA (Part time)

Principal Supervisor

Dominant Coalition in Top Management Teams of profit-oriented companies based on the analysis of organisational structures.

Awarded

17

Mr. Hany Salib

Australia

2017

2020

PhD

(Part time)

Principal Supervisor

Environmental accounting

Under Examination

18

Mr. Frank Thorn

Australia

2015

2018

DBA

(Part time)

Principal Supervisor

Staffing strategies in  prisons in Australia

Under examination

19

Mr.Ryan Hatcher

Korea

2016

2022

DBA

(Part time)

Principal Supervisor

Work life spill overs in Korea

ongoing

20

Mr. Steve Peter

Australia

2019

2023

PhD

(Part time)

Principal Supervisor

Corporate social responsibility

Ongoing

21

Mr. John Goddard

Australia

2019

2022

PhD

(Part time)

Principal Supervisor

Business Sustainability and action learning

Ongoing

22

Mr. Simon Junor

Australia

2019

2023

DBA

Principal Supervisor

impact of intellectual capital, and innovation and creativity on organisational performance within Australian banks

Ongoing

Honours Year Program

Name of StudentCommencedProposed CompletionProgramSupervisor TypeResearch TitleStatus
1Ms. J Carlisle

Australia
20102010BBus Honours

(Full time on campus)
Principal SupervisorTraining needs of Nurses in AustraliaAwarded with First class
2Ms. Lynne Ainsworth

Australia
20132014

BBus Honours

(Full time)

Principal SupervisorWorkplace Bulling in Australian OrganisationsAwarded with First class
3Ms. Louise Lotz

Australia
20132014

BBus Honours

(Full time)

Principal SupervisorWork and family spill over in Australian OrganisationsOngoing
4Ms. Rebekah Carter

Australia
20132015

BBus Honours

(Full time)

Principal SupervisorTraining and development in Australian rural hospitalsOngoing

Professional Activities

Membership

  • Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM)
  • Australian and New Zealand Academy of International Business (ANZIBA)
  • Academy of Management (AOM), USA
  • Academy of International Business (AIB), USA
  • British Academy of Management (BAM)
  • European International Business Academy (EIBA),Brussel
  • Editorial Board, Human Resource Management Research
  • Editorial Board, International Business and Strategy Review

Reviewer for the following journals

  • International Journal of Human Resource Management
  • International Journal of Human Resource Management and Development (IJHRMD)
  • Cross Cultural Management - International Journal (CCI)
  • Human Resource Management Development International (MDI)
  • Bulletin of Economic Issues (BEI)
  • Education, Business and Society (EBS)
  • Contemporary Management Research: An International Journal (CM)
  • ANZAM and Journal of Management and Organization (JMO)
  • International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management (IJPPM)
  • Employee Relations: An International Journal (ER)
  • International Journal of Organizational Analysis (IJOA)
  • Human Resource Management Research (HRMR)

Grants and Awards

Awards

  • Academic Excellence Award, Faculty of Business 2011
  • Won the Best paper award at ANZAM, 2014
  • Won the Second Best paper award at AIB-MENA, 2015

Research Grants

Name of all Chief InvestigatorsTitle of GrantYearAmount of GrantType of GrantGranting Agency
Dr. Ramudu BhanugopanWorkplace Bullying and Aggression in Australian Organisations2014$13 000Compact grantFaculty of Business, CSU
Dr. Ramudu Bhanugopan &  
Dr. Pamela Lockhart
Interactive Leadership and Employee Voice2015-2016$10 000Compact grantFaculty of Business, CSU
Dr. Ramudu Bhanugopan &
Dr. Hussain Rammal
Gandhian Philosophy and Leadership Behaviour of Indian Managers2013$10 000Compact grantFaculty of Business, CSU
Dr. Ramudu Bhanugopan,
Dr. Rob Macklin & Dr. Le Ge (Vivian)
The institutionalisation of ethics in organisations: Perceptions of Australian managers2010-2011$2600Seed GrantFaculty of Business, CSU
Dr. Ramudu Bhanugopan,
Dr. Rob Herriot, Mr. Tony Bush, Mr. Antony Jarratt &
Dr. Vivian
Assessing Internet readiness of CSU enrolled students in China using the MEBIR (Management Education by Internet Readiness) scale2009-2010$2600Seed GrantFaculty of Business, CSU
Dr. Ramudu BhanugopanEmployability of graduates in China2008-2009$3000Seed grantFaculty of Business, CSU
Dr. Ramudu BhanugopanInteractive leadership practices of expatriate managers in China: Strategic implications for cultural convergence and intercultural competence2009-2012$5000OPEL Grant

CSU

Dr. Ramudu Bhanugopan & Professor Alan Fish
Personal well-being and intercultural interaction interventions for cross-border manager adjustment: Investigation of construct validity using structural equation modelling2004-2005$5000Asia-Pacific Research GrantFaculty of Commerce, CSU

External Grants

Chief investigators (in the order used to submit the grant)Title of the GrantFundingFunding bodyStart and End Date
Mark Morrison &
Ramudu Bhanugopan
Aged Care Workforce Reform Project 'Building communities of practice$25,000CareWest2012-2013
Shane Thomas,
Ramudu Bhanugopan &
Joanna Carlisle
My life, My people, and My community$100,000Headspace2015-2016

Selected Publications

Refereed Journal Articles (ABDC / ERA)

  1. Lockhart, P., Shahani, N. K., & Bhanugopan, R. (2020). Do organisational culture and national culture mediate the relationship between high-performance human resource management practices and organisational citizenship behaviour? International Journal of Manpower, 1-19. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJM-04-2018-0129 (ABDC A Rank)
  2. Lockhart, P., & Bhanugopan, R. (2020). The “Too Hard Basket”: managing workplace bullying. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 28(2), 507-522. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOA-12-2018-1603 (ABDC B Rank).
  3. Carlisle, J., Bhanugopan, R., & D’Netto, B. (2019). Enhancing task performance through effective training: The mediating role of work environment and moderating effect of non-mandatory training, Journal of Business Research, 104, 340-349 (ABDC A Rank).
  4. Patel, P., Boyle, B., Bray, M., Sinha, P. & Bhanugopan, R. (2019). Global staffing and control in emerging multinational corporations and their subsidiaries in developed countries. Personnel Review, https://doi.org/10.1108/PR-07-2017-0211 (ABDC A Rank).
  5. Patel, P., Sinha, P., Bhanugopan, R., Boyle, B., & Bray, M. (2018). The transfer of HRM practices from emerging Indian IT MNEs to their subsidiaries in Australia: The MNE diamond model. Journal of Business Research, 93, 268-279 (ABDC A Rank).
  6. Bhanugopan, R., Wang, Y., Lockhart, P & Farrell, M. (2017). Managerial skills shortages and the impending effects of organizational characteristics: evidence from China. Personnel Review, doi: 10.1108/PR-04-2016-0093 (ABDC A Rank).
  7. Kubicek, A., Bhanugopan, R., & O’Neill, G. (2017). Cultural intelligence and organisational culture: The mediating effects of cross-cultural-role conflict, ambiguity and overload in a multi-country context. International Journal of Human Resource Management (ABDC A Rank).

  8. Shanker, R., Bhanugopan, R., Beatrice, I. J. M., Heijden & Farrell, M. (2017). Organizational climate for innovation and organizational performance: The mediating effect of innovative work behaviour. Journal of Vocational Behaviour, 100, 67-77 (ABDC A* Rank).
  9. Jenkins, S., Bhanugopan, R., & Lockhart, P. (2016). A framework for optimizing work-life balance practices in Australia: Perceived options for employee support. Journal of Employment Counselling, 53(3), 112-129. (ABDC A Rank).

  10. Khaled, A., & Bhanugopan, R. (2016). What Determines the Work Values of Employees in a Middle Eastern Cultural Context? Evidences from Jordanian Organizations. Employee Relations: International Journal, 38(4), 505-520 (ABDC B Rank).
  11. Aladwan, K., & Bhanugopan, R. (2015). The effects of human resource management practices on employees’ organisational commitment. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 23(3), 472 – 492 (ABDC B Rank).
  12. Aladwan, K., & Bhanugopan, R. (2015). Cultural diversity competencies of Managements in the Australian Energy industry. The Journal of Developing areas (ABDC B Rank).

  13. Khaled, A., & Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. (2015). What Determines the Work Values of Employees in a Middle Eastern Cultural Context? Evidences from Jordanian Organizations. Employee Relations: International Journal (ABDC B Rank).

  14. Wang, Y., Bhanugopan, R., & Lockhart, P. (2015). Examining the Quantitative Determinants of Organizational Performance: Evidence from China.Measuring Business Excellence, 19(2), 23 – 41 (ABDC B Rank).
  15. Aladwan, K., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2014). Human Resource Management Practices in Jordanian Organizations: A Factor Analytic Study. International Journal of Commerce and Management, 1(24), 6-24 (ABDC C Rank).
  16. Aladwan, K., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2014). A review of Human Resource Management practices in the context of Jordanian organisations. International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, 6 (1) (ABDC C Rank).

  17. Bealer, D., & Bhanugopan, R.(2014). Transactional and Transformational Leadership Behaviour of Expatriate and National Managers in the UAE: A Cross-Cultural Comparative Analysis. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25(2) 293-316 (ABDC A Rank).
  18. Mathew, P., & Bhanugopan, R.(2014). Predictors of Effective Web Based International Business Management Courses in China: Students’ Perceptions on Course Interaction and Satisfaction. Journal of Teaching in International Business, 25(1) 60-73 (ABDC C Rank).
  19. Aladwan, K., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2013). Why do Employees Jump Ship? Examining Intent to Quit Employment in Jordan. Employee Relations: An International Journal, 35(4), 408 – 422 (ABDC B Rank).
  20. Aladwan, K., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2013). To What Extent Are Front-Line Employees Committed to Their Organization? Analysing the Multidimensional Perspectives of Organizational Commitment in Jordan. International Journal of Commerce and Management, 23(4), 306-326 (ABDC C Rank).
  21. Bhanugopan, R., Aladwan, K., & Fish, A. J. (2013). A Structural Equation Model for Measuring Human Resource Management Practices among Frontline Employees in Jordan. International Journal of Organization Analysis, 21(4), 565-587 (ABDC B Rank).
  22. Kubicek, A., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. (2013). Perceiving Safety and Risk in Culturally Diverse Organizations: Towards a Conceptual Model. Risk Management: An international Journal, 15, 199-223 (ABDC C Rank).
  23. Carlisle, J., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2012). Latent factor structures affecting the occupational profile construct of training needs analysis scale. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-23 (ABDC A Rank).
  24. Ge, L., & Bhanugopan, R. (2012). Industrial Cluster in China: An Ecological approach. Journal of International Business and Economy, 13(2), 61-84 (ABDC C Rank).
  25. Shankar, R., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2012). Changing Organizational Climate for Innovative Climate for Innovation through Leadership: An Exploratory Review and Research Agenda. Review of Management Innovation and Creativity, 5(14), 105-118 (ABDC C Rank).

  26. Carlisle, J., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2011). Managing training needs of Nurses in Australia: Review of current practices and future research agenda” Journal of European Industrial Training, 7(35) (ABDC B Rank).
  27. Williams, J., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2011). Localization of Human Resources in the State of Qatar. Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern issues, 4(3) (ABDC C Rank).

  28. Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2009). Achieving Graduate Employability through Consensus in a South Pacific Island Nation”, Education & Training- An International Journal, 51(2), 108-123 (ERA A* Rank).

  29. Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2008). The impact of business crime on expatriate quality of work-life in Papua New Guinea”, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 46(1), 68 – 84 (ABDC B Rank).

  30. Fish, A. J., Bhanugopan, R., & Cogin, J. (2008). Value Orientations as Predictors of Cultural and Business Impact: Individual Suitability for Cross-Border Assignments”, Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, 15(1), 30-48 (ABDC B Rank).
  31. Fish, A. J., & Bhanugopan, R. (2008). Personal Wellbeing and Intercultural Interaction Interventions for Cross-Border Adjustment: Investigation of Construct Validity using Structural Equation Modelling. Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, 15(3), 244 - 263 (ABDC B Rank).
  32. Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2007). Replacing expatriates with local managers: an exploratory investigation into obstacles to localization in a developing country. http://www.voced.edu.au/td/tnc_98.839 Human Resource Development International, 10, 365-381 (ABDC B Rank).

  33. Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. (2006). An Empirical Investigation of Job Burnout among Expatriates. Personnel Review, 35(4) (ABDC A Rank).
  34. Bhanugopan, R. (2004). Perceptions on quality customer service in Hospitality Industry in PNG: An Evaluation. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 9(2) 177-187 (ABDC B Rank).
  35. Bhanugopan, R. (2002). Total Quality Management in Papua New Guinea: A Survey of Current Practices. The TQM Journal, 14, 120-126 (ABDC B Rank).
  36. Bhanugopan, R. (2001). Tourism in Papua New Guinea: Strategies for Success. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 6(2), 47-50 (ABDC B Rank).
  37. Bhanugopan, R. (1996). Child Labour in India: An Unextirpated Social Affliction. The Journal of Rural Economy, 42(7), 22-4.

Book Chapters

  1. Williams, J., & Bhanugopan, R. (2016). The Effects of Work Values and Organisational Commitment on Localisation of Human Resources.  In Y. Guo, H. Rammal & P. Dowling (Eds.), Global talent management and staffing in MNEs. Emerald Publishers.
  2. Fish, A. J., Cogin, J., & Bhanugopan, R. (2011). Individual Value orientations and the Selection of Suitable Cross-Cultural Managers, Emerging themes of International management of human resources, Information Age publishing, North Carolina.
  3. Bhanugopan, R. (1999).  Localization of Human Resources in Papua New Guinea: A Pragmatic Model, Scientific and Technology Research in Papua New Guinea PNG University Technology Publications.

Refereed Conference Papers

  1. Weerasekara, S., Bhanugopan, R., (2021, June). Investigating the impact of entrepreneurial ecosystem factors on SME’s financial performance: A Multi-group analysis of business location. British Academy of Management 2021 Annual Meeting, Manchester, The United Kingdom.
  2. Weerasekara, S., Bhanugopan, R., (2020, January). The effect of business and social networks on Entrepreneurial Ecosystem factors and financial performance in Regional Australia. Academy of Management (AOM) 2020 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada (Best paper award, Entrepreneurship stream)
  3. Weerasekara, S., Bhanugopan, R., (2020, February). The mediating effect of business and social networks on the relationship between entrepreneurs’ decision-making style and SME financial performance. British Academy of Management (BAM) 2020 Annual Meeting, Manchester, The United Kingdom.
  4. Bealer, D., Patel, P., & Bhanugopan, R. (2019, August). National Identity and Cross-Border Business Focus of Expatriates and Host-Country Managers in the United Arab Emirates. Academy of International Business (AIB) 2019 Annual Conference, Denmark.
  5. Bealer, D., Patel, P., & Bhanugopan, R. (2019, September).  Examining the workplace commitment of multi-cultural workforce in a non-western setting: A study of workers in the UAE. British Academy of Management, Birmingham, UK.
  6. Carlisle, J., & Bhanugopan, R. (2019, September). Enhancing organisational citizenship behaviour: The impact of training effectiveness and employee attitudes. British Academy of Management, Birmingham, UK.

  7. Kubicek, A., & Bhanugopan, R. (2019, September).  What determines emotional intelligence and cultural intelligence among managers in cross border business organisations? The effects of organisational culture and role stressors. British Academy of Management, Birmingham, UK.
  8. Mudannayake, B.S., Bhanugopan, R. (2018, December). The relationship between work engagement and career commitment: The mediating effects of role innovation and the moderating effects of team conflict. 32nd Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, Auckland, New Zealand (nominated for the best paper award).
  9. Kubicek, A., & Bhanugopan, R. (2018, June). Emotional intelligence and cultural intelligence in positive psychology: The mediating effects of organisational culture, role conflict, ambiguity, and overload. 9th European Conference on Positive Psychology (ECPP), Budapest, Hungary.
  10. Kubicek, A., Bhanugopan, R. (2018, June). Risk perception, person-organization fit, and organisational culture: Tests of the mediating and moderating effects of cultural intelligence and emotional intelligence. European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  11. Mudannayake, B.S., Bhanugopan, R., & D’Netto, B. (2017, December). Team temporal leadership and team performance: The mediating effects of temporal tension and employee voice. 31st Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, Melbourne, Australia.
  12. Mudannayake, B.S., Bhanugopan, R., & Lockhart, P. (2017, November). Examining the multilevel mediation effects of temporal tension and employee voice: Empirical evidence from export companies in Sri Lanka. Academy of International Business-Australia and New Zealand, Dunedin, New Zealand.
  13. Kubicek, A., & Bhanugopan, R. (2017, July). Measuring risk perception across borders: The effects of cultural intelligence, emotional intelligence, and organisational culture. Academy of International Business (AIB) Annual Meeting, Dubai, UAE.
  14. Mudannayake, B.S., & Bhanugopan, R. (2017, July). The expanding domain of team temporal leadership towards employee engagement and team performance: A framework based on a systematic review of the literature and an agenda for future research. 17th European Academy of Management, Glasgow, Scotland.
  15. Patel, P., & Bhanugopan, R. (2017). Indian IT MNEs and the Transfer of HRM Practices in their Subsidiaries in Developed Countries. Academy of Management Proceedings,Vol. 2017, No. 1, p. 12370.
  16. Patel, P., & Bhanugopan, R. (2017, August). Indian IT MNEs and the Transfer of HRM Practices in their Subsidiaries in Developed Countries. Proceedings of the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Atlanta, Georgia, USA, DOI: 10. 5465/AMBPP.2017.12370abstract.
  17. Patel, P., & Bhanugopan, R. (2017, February). Growth Strategies and Institutional Constraints of Indian IT Multinationals Operating in Australia: A Review of Literature and Exploration of Antecedents. Proceedings of the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA) Conference, Adelaide, Australia.
  18. Carlisle, J. & Bhanugopan, R. (2016, December). The moderating effect of training effectiveness on organisational change and in role job performance.  Proceedings   of   the 30th Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Brisbane, Australia.
  19. Ahmed, E., & Bhanugopan, R. (2016, December). The relationship between psychological contract breach, job Neglect and intention to leave: The mediating roles of Employee Forgiveness and Revenge intentions. Proceedings of the 30th Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Brisbane, Australia.
  20. Mudannayake, B., Bhanugopan, R., & Lockhart, P. (2016, December). The Impact of team temporal leadership on   employee   engagement   and   team performance. 30th Annual conference of Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, Brisbane, Australia.
  21. Patel, P., & Bhanugopan, R. (2016, December). Location and Firm-Specific Influences over the Adaptation of HRM Practices in Multinational Enterprises from Emerging Economies: Evidence from Indian MNE with Subsidiaries in Australia. Proceedings of the 30th Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Brisbane, Australia.
  22. Patel, P., Bhanugopan, R., & Bathula, H. (2016, December). Location and Firm-Specific Influences over the Adaptation of HRM Practices in Multinational Enterprises from Emerging Economies: Evidence from Indian MNE with Subsidiaries in Australia. Proceedings of the 30th Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Brisbane, Australia.
  23. Mudannayake, B., & Bhanugopan, R. (2016, December). Team temporal leadership and team performance:  The mediating   effects   of   temporal   tension   and   employee voice. 31st Annual conference of Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, Melbourne, Australia.
  24. Carlisle, J., Bhanugopan, R., & Ahmed, E. (2016, December). Getting the most in task performance: The effects of work environment, training effectiveness and non- mandatory training. 31st Annual conference of Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, Melbourne, Australia.
  25. Jenkins, S., Bhanugopan, R., & D’Netto, B. (2016, December). Work life balance responsiveness and employee consultation. 31st Annual conference of Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, Melbourne, Australia.
  26. Patel, P., Bhanugopan, R., & D’Netto, B. (2016, September). Cultural value orientations and staffing practices of Indian employees in Australia: A review and research agenda. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management (BAM), Newcastle, UK, ISBN: 978-0-9549608-9-6.
  27. Kubicek, A. & Bhanugopan, R. (2016). Cultural intelligence and organisational culture: The mediating effects of cross-cultural-role conflict, ambiguity and overload in a multi-country context. EURAM, Paris.
  28. Ainsworth, L., Bhanugopan, R., & Morrison, M. (2015, December). Workplace bullying and organisational citizenship behaviour: The mediating effect of individually perceived organisation support. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, University of Otago, New Zealand.
  29. Kubicek, A., Bhanugopan, R., & O’Neill, G. (2015, December). Cultural intelligence and organisational culture: the mediating role of cross-cultural role conflict, ambiguity, and overload. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, University of Otago, New Zealand.
  30. Carlisle, J., Bhanugopan, R., & Morrison, M. (2015, December). The Effects of Organizational Change on Nurses’ Job Performance in Australian Hospitals. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, University of Otago, New Zealand.
  31. Carlisle, J, Bhanugopan, R., & Lockhart, P. (2015, December). The interactive effects of work environment, organisational change and human resource development on in-role job performance. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, University of Otago, New Zealand.

  32. Jenkins, S., & Bhanugopan, R. (2015, July). The relationship between work life balance responsiveness and organizational benefits: the mediating role of employee consultation. British Academy of Management Conference (BAM), University of Portsmouth, UK.

  33. Bhanugopan, R., & Shanker, R. (2015, July). The role of innovative work behavior in understanding the relationship between organizational climate for innovation and organizational performance. British Academy of Management Conference (BAM), University of Portsmouth, UK.

  34. Bhanugopan, R., & Shanker, R. (2015, May). The effects of Transformational Leadership on organizational performance in Malaysian Government-linked companies (GLCs). Asian Congress of Applied Psychology Conference, Singapore.

  35. Wang, Y., Bhanugopan, R., & Ahmed. E. (2015, April). Approaches to Validation of Management Development and Training framework in China.Australasian Academy of Social Science and Business Conference, Central Queensland University, Sydney, Australia.

  36. Williams, J., & Bhanugopan, R. (2015, January). Localisation of human resources  in the gcc countries: issues challenges and future directions. Academy of International Business(AIB) conference, AIB-MENA, Dubai.
  37. Wang, Y., Bhanugopan, R., & Lockhart, P. (2014, December). A Contingency Approach to Measure Organizational Performance: Evidence from China. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, University of Technology, Australia.
  38. Bhanugopan, R., & Wang, Y. (2014, December). A Paradigm for Measuring the Effectiveness of Managerial Performance in Chinese Business Organizations. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, University of Technology, Australia.

  39. Jenkins, S., Bhanugopan, R., & Lockhart, P.  (2014, December). Organisational Adaptation Predictors and Work Life Balance Practices in Australian SME. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, University of Technology, Australia.

  40. Nusrat, K., Lockhart, P., & Bhanugopan, R. (2014, December). Transferability of hrm practices and the effects of national and organizational culture: Toward a pragmatic model. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, University of Technology, Australia.

  41. Lockhart, P., & Bhanugopan, R. (2014, December). Interactive Leadership as antecedent of Employee voice: An integrative model of attribution. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, University of Technology, Australia.

  42. Carlisle, J., Bhanugopan, R., & Lockhart, P.  (2014, December). Development and initial validation of General Training Effectiveness Scale for Nurses in Australia. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, University of Technology, Australia.

  43. Jenkins, S., Bhanugopan, R., & Lockhart, P. (2014, December). Organisational Adaptation Predictors and Work Life Balance Practices in Australian SMEs. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
  44. Shankar, R., and Bhanugopan, R., (2014, July). Relationship between Organizational Climate for Innovation and Innovative Work Behaviour in Government-linked Companies. Annual International Conference on Human Resource Management and Professional Development in the Digital Age (HRM&PD), Singapore.
  45. Williams, J., & Bhanugopan, R. (2014, June). Obstacles to Localization from an Expatriate and National Perspective in the Emirate of Qatar. Academy of International Business (AIB-USA) Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  46. Wang, Y., & Bhanugopan, R. (2014, April). Examining the Causes and Negative Effects of Skill Shortages in China. Australia New Zealand International Business Academy Conference (ANZIBA), University of Auckland, New Zealand.
  47. Wang,Y., & Bhanugopan, R., (2014, April). Assessing Skill Shortages in China: Exploring and Rebuilding National Capability Development Framework. Australia New Zealand International Business Academy Conference (ANZIBA), University of Auckland, New Zealand.
  48. Ainsworth, L., & Bhanugopan, R. (2014, April). Workplace bullying: is it driven by 'bad apples' or the organisational environment? NO 2 Bullying Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.
  49. Bhanugopan, R. and Ge, Li., (2013, December). Internationalisation of Business Education: Examining Employability Skill Dimensions and Job Fit in China. European Academy of International Business (EIBA) Conference, Bremen, Germany.
  50. Bhanugopan, R., & Shanker, R. (2013, December). The perceived impact of Innovative Work Behaviour of Managers in Malaysian Government-Linked Companies (GLCs). European Academy of International Business (EIBA) Conference, Bremen, Germany.
  51. Williams, J., & Bhanugopan, R. (2013, December). Succession planning for localization of human resources: perceptions of expatriate and national managers. European Academy of International Business (EIBA) Conference, Bremen, Germany.
  52. Bealer, D., & Bhanugopan, R. (2013, December). National Identity and Cross Border Business Focus of Expatriate and National Managers in the UAE. European Academy of International Business (EAIB) Conference, Bremen, Germany.
  53. Jenkins, S., & Bhanugopan, R., & Mathew, P. (2013, December). Examining organisational characteristics of SMEs that offer work-life balance practices. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.

  54. Mathew, P., & Bhanugopan, R. (2013, December). Quality of Learning in Web-based Management Programs: Toward an integrated Theoretical perspective and research Odyssey. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.
  55. Williams J., and Bhanugopan, R. (2013, August). Expatriates perspectives on Localization in the Arabic Gulf region. Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, Orlando, USA.
  56. Bhanugopan, R., & Bealer, D. (2013, July). Perceived impact of national identity and cross border business focus among expatriate and national managers in the UAE. Academy of International Business (AIB, USA), Istanbul, Turkey.
  57. Ainsworth, L., & Bhanugopan, R. (2013, June). Leadership and the Empowerment of Women in Australian Organisations: Examining the career progression of Female Managers. International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, Darwin, Australia.
  58. Ceric, A., & Bhanugopan, R. (2013, June). Analysis of ICT value creation in organisations: Application of systems theory. European Academy of Management (EURAM), Istanbul, Turkey.
  59. Bealer, D., & Bhanugopan, R. (2013, June). Transactional and transformational leadership behaviour of expatriate and national managers in the UAE. European Academy of Management, (EURAM), Istanbul, Turkey.
  60. Kubicek, A., Bhanugopan R., & Fish, A. (2013, April). Risk perception and person organisation fit in the cross cultural environment in high risk industries. Australia New Zealand International Business Academy Conference (ANZIBA), Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
  61. Mathew, P., Bhanugopan, R., & Ge, L. (2012, December). Predictors of effective web based management programs in china. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), Curtin University, Australia.
  62. Bhanugopan, R. and Carlisle, J. (2012, December). Employee perceptions of current job performance in Australian public hospitals. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), Curtin University, Perth, Australia.
  63. Carlisle, J. and Bhanugopan, R. (2012, December). The impact of work environment, organisational change and human resource development on in role job performance in Australia: A conceptual framework and future research agenda. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), Curtin University, Perth, Australia.
  64. Bhanugopan, R., Ge, L., Aladwan, K., & Ceric, A. (2012, December). Interactive Leadership Practices of Australian Expatriate Managers; Perceptions of Managers. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), Curtin University, Perth, Australia.
  65. Kubicek, A., Bhanugopan R., & Fish, A. (2012, December). Critical risk management in a cross-cultural context in high risk industries: Towards a pragmatic research model. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), Curtin University, Perth, Australia.
  66. Ceric, A., Jarrett, D., & Bhanugopan, R. (2012, December). Analysis of ICT Value Creation System in Organisations: Application of Systems Theory Research Method. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), Curtin University, Perth, Australia.
  67. Ceric, A., & Bhanugopan, R. (2012, December). ICT Value Emergence through Interactions within an Organisational System: A Conceptual Model. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), Perth, Australia.
  68. Aladwan, K., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2012, April). Antecedents and consequences of employees' work values in a non-Western cultural context. Australian New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA). Adelaide, Australia.
  69. Williams, J., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2012, January). Emerging issues and trends in Localisation of Human Resources in the State of Qatar.  Academy of International Business(AIB) conference, AIB-MENA,University of Wollongong Dubai.
  70. Aladwan, K., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2011, December). Factorial Validation of Human Resource Management Practices in the Cross Cultural Context. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM).

  71. Ge, L., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2011, December). Examining the industrial cluster in China. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM).

  72. Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2011, December).  Employability of graduates in China. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM).
  73. Bhanugopan, R., Aladwan, K., & Fish, A. J. (2011, December). A Path Analytic Model and Measurement of Job Satisfaction among Frontline Employees. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM).

  1. Aladwan, K., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2011, December). Integrating western HRM practices in Jordanian organisations: The constraints and potential for convergence. Australian New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA), Melbourne, Australia.
  2. Carlisle. J., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2011, December). A factor-analytic study of ‘current performance’ construct of training needs analysis scale with an Australian sample. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference.
  3. Williams J., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2011, August). Managing Localization of human resources in the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries. American Academy of Management Annual Conference.

  4. Shanker L.R., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2011, July). Transformational-Transactional Leadership Styles on Organizational Climate for Innovation in the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Industry in Malaysia. International Conference on organizational innovation, Malaysia.
  5. Carlisle, J., & Bhanugopan, R. (2010, December). Training needs of Nurses in Australia: A review of current practices and research agenda. Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM).

  1. Ramasamy, A., & Bhanugopan, R. (2010, October). An investigation into the management education and Human Resource training in Papua New Guinea. UNESCO-APEID 14th International Conference on Human Resource Development Bangkok, Thailand.
  2. Carlisle, J., Bhanugopan, R., & Fish, A. J. (2010, September). Training needs of Nurses in Australia: A review of current practices and research agenda. 21stInternational Networking Healthcare Education conference, University of Cambridge.
  3. Fish, A. J., & Bhanugopan, R. (2008, June). Employers’ and students’ perceptions of job fit in china: A structural equation model assessment of employability dimensions. International Association of Chinese Management Research 2008 Annual Conference, the Olympic Spirit in Chinese Management Research, Guangzhou, China.
  4. Fish, A., & Bhanugopan, R., & Cogin, J. (2007, June). Value orientations and the selection of cross-border managers: An investigation of construct validity using structural equation modelling. International Human Resource Management Conference (IHRM), Tallin, Estonia. ISBN 978-9985-9342-8-9, Tallinn, Estonia; June 12-15. (Editors – Benson, P. G., Mahajan, A., Alas, R., & Oliver, R. L.)
  5. Fish, A. J., & Bhanugopan, R. (2005, June). Personal well-being and intercultural interaction interventions for cross-border manager adjustment: Investigation of construct validity using structural equation modelling. International Human Resource Management Conference (IHRM), Cairns, Australia.
  6. Bhanugopan, R., & Gimiseve, J. (2004, July). Entrepreneurship in Papua New Guinea: Empirical Evidence of Business Foundation by Women. SAM/IFSAM Congress, Goteborg, Sweden.

  7. Bhanugopan, R., & Gimiseve, J. (2003). Career prospects in the public sector: The perceptions of undergraduate University students. Institute of Public Administration, Australia, National Conference, Brisbane, Australia.
  8. Bhanugopan, R., & Gimiseve, J. (2003, July). Technology management education: Strategies for success. National Conference on Education, University of Goroka, Papua New Guinea.
  9. Bhanugopan, R., & Kugam, T. (2002). Business crimes in Papua New Guinea: Antecedents and consequences. Huon Conference, Lae, Papua New Guinea.

  10. Bhanugopan, R., & Sauna, R. (2002, June). State Trading Corporation: An Organizational Network Model. Huon Conference, Lae Papua New Guinea.

  11. Bhanugopan, R., & Kugam, T. (2001, November). Whistle blowing and work place ethics in Papua New Guinea. Leadership Seminar, PNG Parliament, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

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