Gunjan Tomer

Gunjan Tomer
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Decision science and information systems Faculty FPM, IIM, Indore
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Gunjan Tomer is a faculty in the Information Systems area at IIM Nagpur. She holds a doctoral degree in Information Systems  from IIM Indore. She was previously engaged with IIM Raipur and IFMR Chennai as an Assistant Professor. She regularly publishes in the top rated journals in her area. Her papers have been selected in top international conferences such as AOM (Academy of Management), ECIS (European Conference on Information Systems), PACIS (Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems) and EGOS (European Group of Organizational Studies).  She is also a “Dale Carnegie” certified professional educator.

Prof Gunjan have also headed programs such as  Mahatma Gandhi National Fellowship program under MSDE, GoI and Post graduate Certificate Program in Blockchain Technology.

Her teaching interests include Digital transformation, Entreprise Information Systems, Qualitative research and Theories in Information system. Her research interests include Socio technical systems, ICT for social development and IS Project management.

Papers in Journals:

  • Tomer G., Mishra SK.,  Qureshi I., (2022). Features of technology and its linkages with turnover intention and work exhaustion among IT professionals: A multi-study investigation, International Journal of Information Management, Vol. 66
  • Tomer G. (2022).Impact of individual perceptions of technology on turnover intention among IT professionals, Journal of Systems and Information Technology, Vol 24
  • Tomer G., Mishra S.K., (2019), “Expectation from Technology and Career Satisfaction: A study among IT Professionals in India”, Australasian Journal of Information System, Vol 23
  • Tomer G., Mishra S.K., (2016), "Professional identity construction among software engineering students: a study in India", Information Technology and People, Vol 29 (1)
  • Tomer G., Chauhan, G.S., Panigrahi, P., (2017) "Feasibility of m-Governance in agriculture: Insights from a multimodal study in Rural India", Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, Vol. 10(3)
  • Tomer G., (2016),"Exploring the perceptive effect of technology allocation on work outcomes among IT Professionals", International Technology Management Review 6 (1), Springer Nature.
  • Tomer G., (2015), "Implications of Perceived Utility on Individual Choice and Preferences: A New Framework for Designing Recommender System", Journal of International Technology and Information Management, Vol. 24(2)
  • Tomer G., (2015), "Managing the Web-based Software Product Development: Towards Feedback Loop methodology",  International Technology Management Review 5 (1), Springer Nature.

Management Cases:

  • Amtek Auto Ltd: From acquisitions to a financial crisis, Ivey Publishing, Canada
  • NTPC-SAIL Power Company Limited (NSPCL): Born or Bound to Succeed? Asian Journal of Management Cases

Book Chapters:

  • Tomer, G, Budhwar, P. (2020) "Flying high in the turbulent skies: managing careers in the Indian IT industry." In Career Dynamics in a Global World. Edward Elgar Publishing, UK.
  • Tomer, G., (2016) “Evolution of Work Culture: Evidences from IT industry in India” in Indian Culture and Work Organizations in Transition, Ashish Malik and Vijay Pereira (Eds), Routledge, London.

Papers in International Conferences: Presentations and Proceedings:

  • (2020)-No worries? A study on refugee women and acculturation in Australia in 36th EGOS, held at Hamburg Germany
  • (2015)-Exploring Person technology fit and its impact on work outcomes among IT professionals in 75th Academy of Management meeting, held at Vancouver Canada.
  • (2015)-Person-Technology fit and work outcomes: A study among IT professionals in India in 23rd European conference on Information systems (ECIS) 2015 held at Munster, Germany.
  • (2014)-Understanding Person technology fit and analyzing its influence on work related outcomes among IT professionals in 18th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ) held at Chengdu, China.
  •  (2013)-Towards developing Person Technology fit framework and analyzing its influence on work related outcomes among IT professionals in 22nd International Conference on System Development (ISD) held at Seville, Spain.
  •  (2013)- Identity formation among software engineering students in India in 29th European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS), Canada.
  •  (2014)-Analyzing impact of technology allocation on Turnover intention among IT professionals in 2nd PAN IIM World Management Conference held at IIM, Kozhikode, India.
  • (2013)-Towards developing Career Technology Fit framework and analyzing its influence on work related outcomes among IT professionals, 3rd biennial conference of the Indian Academy of Management (IAM) held at IIM, Ahmedabad.
  •  (2012)-Person-Technology Fit: The related effects of technology characteristics and individual factors among IT professionals in International conference on Global Strategies for an Emergent India held at IIM, Kozhikode, India.
  • (2012)-Identity Formation process: The role of professional education in identity morphing among engineering students in 12th International conference on human resource management (IHRM) held at MDI, Gurgaon, India.
  •  (2011)-Internet software development: Aren’t we developing new products for customers in 15th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management (SOM) held at IIM, Calcutta, India.

Book Review:

  • Tomer, G. (2013), Review of Book “Tata LOG: Eight modern stories from a timeless institution”, by Harish Bhat, Indore Management Journal, Volume 4(2), pp. 79-80

Core courses: Digital Transformation and Information Systems, Qualitative Research Methodology

Electives: Strategies for web-based business; Leading digital transformation; Business Process re-engineering; Enterprise systems: ERP and beyond

Research based courses: Impact of IT on individuals and organizations; Research methodology; Theories in Information Systems

Prof Gunjan have been actively involved in executive training programs.

She is also serving as a program director for the prestigious Mahatma Gandhi National fellowship program under MSDE, GoI.

Prof Gunjan have served in various administrative positions as member and chairperson of core committees. Currently, she chairs  ICT at IIM Nagpur. She is also a program director for the Certificate program in Blckchain technology.