Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management
Ph.D - Monash University, Australia
MBus Advanced - University of Queensland, Australia
Human Dimensions of Sustainability
Organisation and Management Theory
Sustainability in Organisations
Organisation Change and Development
Corporate Social Responsibility
Principles of Management
Qualitative Research Methods
Human Resource Management
Mishra, K., Neesham, C., Coghill, K., & Stubbs, W. (2016). A multi-level analysis of ecological resilience to impacts of climate change: Exploratory study of the Australian energy sector, Australian Journal of Environment Management. Revise and Resubmit.
ONeill, P, Kimberley, N & Mishra, K. (2016). The Role of HR in Small Retailers – a Bright Side of Technology. International Journal of Human Resource Management.in review.
Mishra K (2016). Organizational Climate Change Responses: A case study of Australian Electricity Sector, Amity Global Business Review.
Mishra, K (2013). Exploring the Communication Centered Approach of Performance Appraisal. Amity Global Business Review.
Mishra K (2013). Work- life balance at SANTOS: A Human Resource Management Report. Amity Global HRM Review.
Kimberley, K., O'Neill., Mishra., K & Nielsen, I. (2018). Let's be fair about organizational change: a psychological model of justice. Academy of Management 2018 Conference Proceedings (Awarded Best Paper)
Mishra, K. (2017). Organizational responses to climate change: taking stock and moving forward. 5 th Biennial Indian Academy of Management (INDAM) Conference, 18-20 December, IIM Indore.
Mishra, K. (2017). Coevolutionary organisational response development model (CORD): a case study of an Australian energy company climate change responses. Monash Business School 5th Annual Workshop on Sustainable Development.
Mishra, K., Neesham, C., Coghill, K., & Stubbs, W. (2017).Co-evolutionary analysis of sustainability transitions: A case study of organisational climate change responses. 33rd EGOS Colloquium.
Mishra, K., Neesham, C., Coghill, K., & Stubbs, W. (2017).Organisational responses to struggles over the natural environment: A co-evolutionary analysis. 33rd EGOS Colloquium.
ONeill, P, Kimberley, N & Mishra, K. (2016). The Role of Change Recipient Meaningfulness & Engagement in the Development of Health Organizations. Academy of Management 2016 Annual Meeting.
Mishra, K, Neesham, C & Coghill, K. (2015). A multi-level analysis of organizational resilience to impacts of climate change: Exploratory study of an Australian electricity gentailer. 31st European Group of Organisation Studies Colloquium.
Mishra, K. (2014). A CES perspective of organisational responses to impacts of climate change, 3rd Melbourne University and Monash University Joint HDR Colloquium.
Neesham, C & Mishra, K. (2014). Value Creation as Business Commitment to Responsible Consumption. Paper presented at Research Roundtable with Prof. Edward Freeman, Caulfield Victoria.
Mishra, K, Neesham, C & Coghill, K. (2013). An Integrative Model of Organizations as Complex Evolving Systems: The Case of Organizational Response to Climate Change. Indian Academy of Management Conference Proceedings.
McLoughlin, I, Dawson, P & Mishra K. (2013). Ashes to Ashes: DRS innovations in professional sport. 6th ISPIM Innovation Symposium.
Department of Management Tuition Sponsorship, 2016, Monash University, Australia
Deans Commendation for Teaching Excellence, 2015, Monash University, Australia
Better Teaching, Better Learning Student Bursary Award, 2015, Office of the Vice-Provost (Learning and Teaching), Monash University, Australia
Dean's Honour List in recognition of Academic Excellence in the unit "Advanced Qualitative Research Methods", 2013, Monash University, Australia
Student Bursary Award, 2013, Society for the Advancement of Management Studies, United Kingdom
International Postgraduate Research Scholarship, 2012, Monash University, Australia
Dean's Postgraduate Research Excellence Award, 2012, Monash University, Australia
Dean's Honor Roll, 2010, University of Queensland, Australia
Dean's Commendation for Academic Excellence, 2010, 2009, 2008, University of Queensland, Australia