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Faculty Profile

Fr. Dr. Jino Johny Malakkaran

MHRM, UGC-NET,
PhD (IIT Madras)
Executive Director

Fr. Jino is the executive director of Sahrdaya Institute of Management Studies (SIMS) and chief executive officer of Sahrdaya-TBI. He also serves as an associate professor in SIMS. He has done his Ph.D in the area of organizational behavior and human resource management at the Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT-M). His Ph.D work is on how the organizational contextual factors impact an individual’s internal moral capacities that provide motivation for doing ethical action. He was awarded with DAAD fellowship during his doctoral studies and been as an exchange student at University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. He holds a bachelor degree in both philosophy and theology. He was graduated in Philosophy from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala in 2002 and in Theology from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium in 2006. He was ordained as a catholic priest in the diocese of Irinjalakuda in December, 2006. He had Masters in Human Resource Management from Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies (RCBS), in the year 2010. He holds UGC-NET qualification and an experience of more than five years in research and teaching. He has academic publications with highly reputed publishers such as Taylor & Francis and Routledge.

Publications

Jino, M. J. and Mathew, H. E. (2020) ‘Can Formalisation Ensure Ethical Behaviour Among Teachers? The Mediating Role of Moral Efficacy’, Business Perspectives and Research, pp. 1–18.

10.1177/2278533720963554.

Jino, M. J. & Dyaram, L. (2017). The Mediating Role of Moral Ownership in the Relationship between Organizational Support and Employees’ Ethical Behavior: A Study of Higher Education Faculty Members. Ethics & Behavior.

10.1080/10508422.2017.1409628

Srinivasan Sekar, Malakkaran Johny Jino, and Edakkat Subhakaran Sriji. “Social protection" In Social Development and Social Work Perspectives on Social Protection (2016), Routledge, NY.

Conferences and/or FDPs

Jino, M. J. & Dyaram, L. (2017). Authentic Leadership and Follower's (Un)Ethical Behaviour: Mediating Effect of Moral Potency, Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology (WCPP), Canada, July 13 – 16. (Accepted in poster category, but did not attend).

Jino, M. J. & Dyaram, L. (2015). Organization’s Milieu, Individual’s Impetus and Ethical Behaviour, International Conference on Organization and Management (ICOM), Abu Dhabi University in collaboration with Asia Academy of Management (AAOM), Abu Dhabi, UAE, Nov. 22-23.

Jino, M. J. & Dyaram, L. (2014). Moral potency: a psychological antecedent for ethical behaviour - a study on teacher-student dyads, 24th Annual Convention of National Academy of Psychology (NAOP), Bhopal, India, Dec. 12 -14.

Jino, M. J. & Dyaram, L. (2016). “The impact of organizational context on employee’s moral potency and ethical behaviour”, Society for Business Ethics – Annual conference, California, USA, Aug. 5 - 7, 2016 (Accepted for oral presentation, but did not attend).

Jino, M. J. & Dyaram, L. (2017). “Perceived organizational support and Counterproductive work behaviour: Does moral efficacy matter?”, Creating Healthy Organizations Conference: Science and Practice of Productivity and Well-being - organized by Vanguard University, California June 1 - 3.

Jino, M. J. & Dyaram, L. (2013). A study relating authentic leadership to follower moral potency and ethical behaviour, Doctoral Students’ Mentoring Programme of the 3rd Biennial Conference of the Indian Academy of Management (IAM), Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, Dec. 12-14.

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