Research is that science which paves way for creation of new sciences. It redefines our way of looking at problems and churns out newer disruptions which can change the way the world will look at the future. Understanding the importance of research and its impact on the future of business operations, Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management, has deeply embedded its MBA curriculum with research. Subjects like Advanced Business Statistics, Operations Research, Business Analytics, Market Research, Research Methodology etc., are spread out across all semesters complimented by live projects, research based summer internships and six sigma projects. Apart from faculty members, the students are also encouraged to present their research in conferences of international repute giving students comprehensive exposure to apply research in field of Operation and Supply Chain Management. Together the entire knowledge eco-system, held together by the academicians have upheld this research platform, to improvise on the current trends and also to identify future trends.
April 2015-March 20161. Chakrabarty Anindya, Anupam De, Gunasekaran Angappa, Dubey Rameshwar (06/2015) Investment horizon heterogeneity and wavelet: Overview and further research directions. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 429: 45-61 (Scopus; ISSN: 0378-4371).
April 2015-March 20162. Dubey Rameshwar, Gunasekaran Angappa (06/2015) Education and training for successful career in big data and business analytics. Industrial and Commercial Training, 47(4) : 174-181 (Scopus; ISSN: 0019-7858).
April 2015-March 20163. Shilpa Parkhi (05/2015) A Study of Evolution and Future of Supply Chain Management. AIMS International Journal of Management, 9(2) : 95-106 (Scopus; ISSN: 1939-7011).
April 2015-March 2016Saloni Mehra, P.A. Ratna, Vandana Sonwaney (04/2015) Readiness of young Indian consumer for mass customised products: an exploratory study. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, 10(3) : 335-350 (Expanded Academic ASAP (Gale); ISSN: 1753-0814).
April 2014-March 2015Dubey Rameshwar (01/2015) An insight on soft TQM practices and their impact on cement manufacturing firm’s performance: does size of the cement manufacturing firm matter. Business Process Management Journal, 21(1) (Scopus; ISSN: 1463-7154
April 2014-March 2015Dubey Rameshwar, Gunasekaran Angappa (03/2015) The Role of Truck Driver on Sustainable Transportation and Logistics. Industrial and Commercial Training, 47(3) : 127-134 (Scopus; ISSN: 0019-7858).
April 2014-March 2015Barge Prashant, Londhe BR (07/2014) From Teaching, Learning to Assessment: MOODLE experience at B’School in India. Procedia Economics and Finance, 11: 857-865 (ScienceDirect; ISSN: 2212-5671).
April 2014-March 2015Mehra Saloni, Ratna P. A. (11/2014) Attitude And Behavior of Consumers Towards Organic Food: An Exploratory Study In India. International Journal of Business Excellence, 7(6) : 677-699 (Scopus; ISSN: 1756-0055).
April 2014-March 2015Parkhi Shilpa (10/2014) A Study on Transport Cost Optimization in Retail Distribution. Journal of Supply Chain Management Systems, 3(4) : 31-38 (Cabell’s directory,Business Source Complete,Ulrich’s Web; ISSN: 2277-1387).
April 2014-March 2015Singh RK, Acharya P (6/2014), Identification and Evaluation of Supply Chain Flexibilities in Indian FMCG Sector Using DEMATEL, Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management 15 (2), 91-100.
April 2013-March 2014Singh RK, Acharya P (1/2014), Supply chain management: everlasting and contemporary research issues, International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management 19 (1), 1-19.
April 2013-March 2014Singh RK, Acharya P (1/2014), Performance evaluation of supply chain management systems: a critical review of literature, International Journal of Procurement Management 7 (2), 201-218.
April 2013-March 2014Singh RK, Acharya P (9/2013), Supply chain flexibility: a frame work of research dimensions, Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management 14 (3), 157-166.