Vishal Arghode

Vishal Arghode
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Vishal Arghode
Vishal Arghode
vishal@iimnagpur.ac.in
Area Academic Affiliation Qualification
Organisational behaviour and human resources management Faculty Ph.D. (Texas A&M University, College Station, USA)
  • Overview
  • Research & Publications
  • Teaching
  • Training and Consulting
  • Administration

Prof. Vishal Arghode is a faculty member in the Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources Management area at IIM Nagpur. Before joining IIM Nagpur, he was a faculty member at Organizational Learning and Leadership Doctoral program at Gannon University, Pennsylvania, for six years, where he served as a chair and committee member in doctoral committees besides teaching and researching in Organizational studies, Human Resources, and allied areas. Dr. Arghode has published in reputed peer reviewed journals and has presented at leading international conferences. His current research interests include change leadership, organizational culture and performance management, and emerging issues in organizations.

Highlights

  1. Over ten years’ experience teaching, training, and researching Organizational Studies, Leadership, and Management topics in Ph.D. and Master’s programs.
    1. Extensive experience developing interactive Online courses in Blackboard, Moodle, and utilizing synchronous and asynchronous environments.
    2. Instructed, Doctoral and Masters students, in Organizational Studies, Management studies, Public Administration, Leadership, and Research Methods topics receiving excellent reviews and student feedback.
  2. Published 17 journal articles, 15 conference presentations, two book chapters and two book review articles in Organizational Studies, Leadership, Human Resource Development, and Research Methods topics.
  3. Advised 20 doctoral students as a dissertation committee chair and member.
  4. I mentored and encouraged my doctoral advisees to submit their research for publications and co-authored 10 journal articles with my Ph.D. students.
  5. Promoted to Associate Professor at Gannon University (tenure track position). I left the position to attend to my parents back home in India.

  • Refereed Journals 
  • 1. Arghode, V.& McLean, G.N.(in press).Empathic Organizational Culture and Leadership: Conceptualizing the Framework. European Journal of Training and Development.

    2. Silbaugh, M. W., Barker, D. B., & Arghode, V. (2021). Emotional Labor, Emotional Intelligence, and Burnout among School Principals: Testing a Mediational Model., Leadership and Policy in Schools, 1-14. doi:10.1080/15700763.2021.1904511

    3. Kovaleski, B. & Arghode, V. (2020). Employee Engagement: Exploring Higher Education Non-Tenure Track Faculty Members’ Perceptions. European Journal of Training and Development.

    4. Arghode, V., Jandu, N. & McLean, G.N.(2020). Exploring the connection between organizations and organisms in dealing with change. European Journal of Training and Development.org/10.1108/EJTD-06-2020-0095

    5. Kownacki, A., Barker, D., & Arghode, V. (2020): A grounded theory approach for exploring shared leadership: Evidence from urban primary schools in Pennsylvania, International Journal of Leadership in Education, doi: 10.1080/13603124.2020.1804622

    6. Arghode, V., Heminger, S. & McLean, G. (2020). Career self-efficacy and education abroad: Implications for future global workforce. European Journal of Training and Development, 45(1), 1-13. doi:10.1108/EJTD-02-2020-0034

    7. Hamblin, L., Barker, D., & Arghode, V. (2020). A Phenomenological Approach to Explore Faculty Perceptions about Invisible Labor.Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 44 (10/12), 804-818. doi:10.1080/10668926.2020.1716874

    8. Brieger, E., Arghode, V., & McLean, G. (2020). Connecting theory and practice: reviewing six learning theories to inform online instruction.European Journal of Training and Development, 44(4/5), 321-339. doi:10.1108/EJTD-07-2019-0116

    9. Costello, J. E., & Arghode, V. (2019). Exploring member readiness for change in manufacturing industries using phenomenology.Management Research Review, 43(7), 847-861.doi:10.1108/MRR-05-2019-0214

    10. Arghode, V., Brieger, T., & Wang, J., (2018). Engaging instructional design and instructor role in online learning environment. European Journal of Training and Development, 42(7/8), 366-380.doi: 10.1108/EJTD-12-2017-0110.

    11. Arghode, V., Brieger, E. W., & McLean, G. N. (2017). Adult learning theories: Implications for online instruction. European Journal of Training & Development, 41(7), 593-609. doi:10.1108/EJTD-02-2017-0014

    12. Arghode, V., Wang, J., & Lathan, A. (2017). Exploring professors’ engaging instructional practices: A collective case study. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 17(4), 126-149. doi: 10.14434/josotl.v17i4.22099

    13. Arghode, V., & Wang, J. (2016). Exploring trainers’ engaging instructional practices: A collective case study. European Journal of Training and Development, 40(2), 111- 127. doi.org/10.1108/EJTD-04-2015-0033

    14. Arghode, V. (2013). Emotional and social intelligence competence: Implications for instruction. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 8(2), 66-77. doi.org/10.5172/ijpl.2013.8.2.66

    15. Arghode, V., Yalvac, B., & Liew, J. (2013). Teacher empathy and science education: A collective case study. Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 9(2), 89-99. https://doi.org/10.12973/eurasia.2013.921a

    16. Arghode, V. (2012). Qualitative and quantitative research: Paradigmatic differences. Global Education Journal, 2012(4), 156-164.

    17. Arghode, V. (2012). Role of empathy in instruction. Global Education Journal, 2012(3), 128-143.

  • Refereed Conference Proceedings 
  • 1. Harvey, J & Arghode, V.  (2020). Personality Assessment Feedback on High-Potential Leaders: A Phenomenological Study. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Vancouver, CA

    2. Gerow, L., Arghode, V., & Barker, D. (2020). Attitudinal Differences between Baby Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y. INDAM-2020 at IIM Tiruchirappalli. Tiruchirapalli, TN.

    3. Kovaleski, B. & Arghode, V. (2020). Employee Engagement in Higher Education: A Phenomenological Exploration. INDAM-2020 at IIM Tiruchirappalli. Tiruchirapalli, TN.

    4. Brieger, E., Arghode, V. & McLean, G., N (2019). Adult Learning Theories and Online Instruction: Review and Reflection. TAKE Conference 2019.Vienna, Austria.

    5. Lipchik, S. & Arghode, V. (2019-Accepted-Withdrawn). Dualistic Model of Passion and Value Congruence: A Phenomenological Approach. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Boston, MA

    6. Arghode, V., Jandu, N., McLean, G. M. (2019). Organizational Change: Finding parallels between Organizations and Organisms. In Minnis S. & Johnson, K. R. (Eds.), at Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. Louisville, KY.

    7. Arghode, V., Lathan, A., & Alagaraja, M. (2017). Role of Empathy in Improving Leadership Effectiveness. In J. Moats, R. Yawson, & S. Park (Eds.), Academy of Human Resource Development 2017 Proceedings (pp. XXX). San Antonio, TX: AHRD

    8. Arghode, V., Lathan, A., & Kumaran, R. (2017). Impact of Empathetic Organizational Culture on Employee Well-Being and Performance. In J. Moats, R. Yawson, & S. Park (Eds.), Academy of Human Resource Development 2017 Proceedings (pp. XXX). San Antonio, TX: AHRD

    9. Arghode, V. (2015). Organization Culture and Employee Performance. In D. Chapman, & K. Guerdat (Eds.), CD-ROM Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. St. Louis, MO.

    10. Arghode, V., & Wang, J. (2015). Engaging Instructional practices of Instructors: A collective case study. In D. Chapman, & K. Guerdat (Eds.), CD-ROM Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. St. Loius, MO.

    11. Arghode, V. (2014). Self-Efficacy and Career Choice: Can Intervention make a Difference? In D. Chapman, & K. Guerdat (Eds.), CD-ROM Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. Houston, TX.

    12. Arghode, V. (2014). Adult Learning Theories: Implications for instruction. In D. Chapman, & K. Guerdat (Eds.), CD-ROM Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. Houston, TX.

    13. Arghode, V., & Wang, J. (2013). Learner engagement through enhanced instruction. In J. Wang & J. Gedro (Eds.), CD-ROM Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. Arlington, VA.

    14. Arghode, , & Wang, J. (2012). Effective training strategies: A collective case study. In J. Wang & J. Gedro (Eds.), CD-ROM Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. Denver, CO.

    15. Arghode, , & Wang, J. (2012). Empathy in training: Trainees’ perceptions. In J. Wang & J. Gedro (Eds.), CD-ROM Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. Denver, CO.

  • Conference Presentations 
  • 1. Arghode, V., Gandhi, L. (2019). Emotional Intelligence and Intercultural Competence: Exploring the Connection. Poster presentation at Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. Louisville, KY.

    2. Arghode, V., Jandu, N. (2018). Organizational Change: Finding parallels between Organizations and Organisms. Poster presentation at Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. Richmond, VA.

  • Book Chapters 
  • 1. Lombard, E. & Arghode, V. (2018). Information Literacy and Organizational Theory. Information literacy: Progress, trends and challenges. In L. Freeman (Ed). New York, NY: Nova Publishers.

    2. Alagaraja, M., Anne, M., Cumberland, D., & Arghode, V. (2018). Women in corporate India. In R. Ghosh & G. McLean (Eds.), Indian Women in Leadership (pp. xxx).  Gurgaon, India: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Book Review Articles in Refereed Journals 
  • 1. Arghode, V. (2011). [Review of the book Management of Adult Education Organizations in Africa, by Nafukho F. M., Wawire N. H. W. & Lam, P. M.]International Review of Education, 57, 771-772.

    2. Arghode, V. (2011). [Review of the book Human performance models revealed in global context, by Wang V. C. X. & King K. P. (Eds.)]. Journal of European Industrial Training, 35(3), 293-295.

Organization Studies Leadership/Management Research/Interdisciplinary
GOLL 801 - Advanced organizational theory GOLL 816 - Developing leadership capacity *GMPA 799 - Research in Public Administration
GOLL 812 - Organization structure and analysis GOLL 817 - Global perspectives on learning and leadership GOLL 823 - Research methods III
GOLL 814 - Leading organizational culture and change *GMPA 502 - Elements of public administration GOLL 898 - Research Seminar
GOLL 815 - Quality management and organizational learning *GMBA 686 - Leadership and business ethics (Online) *GEDU 637 Learning Theory (Online)
*GMBA 631 – Organizational culture, creativity and change *GMBA 754 - International marketing *GMPA 531 Administrative Law and Ethics
**MO- Managing Organizations (IIM Nagpur) ** GL-Global Leadership (IIM Nagpur) *GMBA 774- Strategic Management (online)

Dissertation Advising

Doctoral Guidance as Chair

S. No. Scholar Year Research Topic
1. Jeffrey Darville 2017 Working Together: Decision-Making Style and Conflict in Administrative Leadership and Work Teams
2. Sandra Lipchik 2018 A Phenomenological Study: Dualistic Model of Passion and the Nurse’s Perception of Value Congruence
3. Susan Johnson 2018 A Phenomenological Study of Pre-Service Teacher Perceptions of Children In Poverty and Families that are Poor
4. Jayne Costello 2018 The Relationship Between Process Change, Organizational Climate Adaptation and Member Readiness for Change in the Manufacturing Industry
5. Laura Gerow 2018 An Exploration of Attitudinal Differences Between Baby Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y
6. Tabitha Carna 2019 Exploring Perceptions of School Weekend Feeding Program in an Urban School Setting
7. Brad Kovaleski 2019 A Qualitative Study Exploring University Employee Perceptions of Engagement
8. James Harvey 2019 A Phenomenological Study of the Effect of Personality Assessment Feedback on High-Potential Leaders

 Doctoral Guidance as Committee Member

S. No. Scholar Year Research Topic
1. Dawn Joy 2017 Exploring the Relationships among Leader Personality, Leader Social Intelligence and Follower Distress
2. Karen Staab 2016 Authentic Leaders: Differences in Character Strengths They Possess
3. Kristen Silbaugh 2016 An Exploration of the Relationship Between Principal Self-Efficacy, Mindset, & Performance Outcomes
4. Susan Gizzie 2015 A phenomenological Study: Elementary Teacher’s Perceptions for School-Wide Positive Behaviour Support in a Rural Pennsylvania School
5. Marie Ann Desarro 2015 A Descriptive Study of The Home Literacy Practices of Elementary Aged Children
6. Ann Filmore 2015 Psychological Safety and Performance Pay in Education
7. Ann Lathan 2018 Widening the achievement gap:  when a long-term state budget impasse affects vulnerable students’ performance scores in an urban district versus suburban district
8. John Coyne 2018 An examination of the factor structure and criterion-related validity of the Positive practice instrument
9. Mike Silbaugh 2018 Examining the linkages between emotional labor, emotional intelligence, and burnout among school principals
10. Angela Kownacki 2018 The Impact of State and Federal Mandates on Shared Leadership - Perceptions from Principals and Teachers in Higher and Lower Performing Urban Elementary Schools
11. Lori Hamblin 2019 Behind the Scenes: Unveiling the Invisible Labor of Faculty
12. Chad Ellsworth 2020 Organizational knowledge, preparedness, responses, and adaptations to water sustainability

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