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Prof. Dr.

Jasmin Mahadevan

Internationales und interkulturelles Management

Kontaktdaten

Raum

T2.2.18

Kolloquiumzeit

Mi 9:45-11:15 Uhr, Raum T2.2.18

Telefon

(07231) 28-6391

E-mail

jasmin.mahadevan(at)hs-pforzheim(dot)de

Beitrag in Zeitschrift

SCHMITZ, A., EIREINER, C., & MAHADEVAN, J. (2017). Employee Experience: Ein fundamentaler Wandel?. Personalmagazin : Management, Recht und Organisation, 11 (2017), 48-51.

MAHADEVAN, J., KILIAN-YASIN, K., ILIE, I., & MÜLLER, F. (2017). Expecting “the Arab world”: imaginative geographies as dominant diversity frames. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion - an International Journal, 36 (6), pp. 533-550.

MAHADEVAN, J., & KILIAN-YASIN, K. (2016). Dominant discourse, orientalism and the need for reflexive HRM: skilled Muslim migrants in the German context. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 1-23. doi:10.1080/09585192.2016.1166786.

PRIMECZ, H., MAHADEVAN, J., & ROMANI, L. (2016). Why is cross-cultural management scholarship blind to power relations? Investigating ethnicity, language, gender and religion in power-laden contexts. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 16 (2), pp. 127-136.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2015). Nomadic identities and workplace diversity – Implications for theory and practice. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion – an International Journal, 34(4), 34 (4), pp. 1-5.

MAHADEVAN, J., & ZEH, J. (2015). Third-country graduates and their transition to the German labor market: Understanding dominant identity categories, strangerness and agency in context. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion - an International Journal, 34 (4), pp. 325-345.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2015). Caste, purity, and female dress in IT India: Embodied norm violation as reflexive ethnographic practice. Culture and Organization, 21 (5), pp. 366-385.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2015). Understanding the process of intercultural negotiations through liminality: Insights on biculturality, marginality and cultural expertise from a Sino-German business context. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 15 (3), pp. 239-258.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2014). Intercultural engineering beyond stereotypes: Integrating diversity competencies into engineering education. European Journal of Training and Development, 38 (7), pp. 658-672.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2013). Performing interplay through intercultural simulations: Insights on tacit culture in Taiwanese-German management team. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 13 (3), pp. 243-263.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2013). Kollaborative Ansätze im interkulturellen Trainingsdreieck: Management emischer Bedeutungen am Beispiel Intercultural Engineering. Journal für interkulturelle Perspektiven, Mondial Jahresediton 2013, pp. 20-24. Mannheim.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2012). Translating nodes of power through reflexive ethnographic writing. Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 1 (1), pp. 119-131.

MAHADEVAN, J., & KLINKE, C. (2012). Failure and success stories in intercultural project management. Intercultural Engineering, Special Issue of Interculture Journal (18), pp. 59-73.

MAHADEVAN, J., & MAYER, C.-H. (2012). Guest editorial: Collaborative approaches to intercultural engineering. Intercultural Engineering, Special Issue of Interculture Journal (18), pp. 5-15.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2012). Utilizing identity-based resistance for diversity change: A narrative approach. International Journal of Organizational Change Management, 25 (6), pp. 819-834.

MAHADEVAN, J., MÜLLER, F., & PAUER, V. (2012). Interkulturelle Trainings: Chance oder Risiko?. Personalwirtschaft (3), 57-59.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2012). Indien verstehen: Kontextorientierung statt Widerspruch. SIETAR Wirtschaftsdialoge (4 (Indien)).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2012). Are engineers religious? An interpretative approach to cross-cultural conflict and collective identities. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 12 (1), pp. 133-149.

MAHADEVAN, J., WEISSERT, S., & MÜLLER, F. (2011). From given cross-cultural difference to a new interculture: A Sino-German example. Interculture Journal (14), pp. 55-76.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2011). Reflexive guidelines for writing organizational culture. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, 6 (2), pp. 150-170.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2011). Power/knowledge in postcolonial settings: The case of IT Bangalore. Interculture Journal (13), pp. 61-81.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2010). Interkulturelle Kompetenz: Chance für Bikulturelle. Personal (12), 26-28.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2010). Nicht jeder spricht mit jedem – Kompetenz für den Vertrieb von Investitionsgütern in Asien. Asia Bridge (10), pp. 32-33.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2009). Redefining organizational cultures: An interpretative anthropological approach to corporate narratives. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 10 (1).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2007). Beyond National Culture - Deutsch-indische Ingenieursarbeit aus ethnologischer Sicht. Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR) (1), 11-14.


Buch/Monographie/eBook

MAHADEVAN, J. (2017). A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Cross-Cultural Management. SAGE Publications.


Beitrag in Buch

MAHADEVAN, J. (2017). Muslim minorities, workplace diversitiy and reflexive HRM: concepts, challenges and power implications in context. In Mahadevan, J. & Mayer, C.-H. (Eds.) (pp. 1-12). Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

MAHADEVAN, J., & ILIE, I. (2017). Muslim minorities and Islam in HRM literature: identity labels and authoritative sensemaking. In Mahadevan, J. & Mayer, C.-H. (Eds.) (pp. 15-34). Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

MAHADEVAN, J., & MAYER, C.-H. (2017). Muslim minorities, workplace diversity and reflexive HRM: Towards a more inclusive HRM theory and practice. In Mahadevan, J. & Mayer, C.-H. (Eds.) (pp. 183-186). Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2016). Beyond comparative cross-cultural dimensions on macro-level: understanding Indian diversity in context. In A. Malik and V. Pereira (Ed.), Indian Culture and Work Organisations in Transition (pp. 144-157). Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2016). Leveraging the Benefits of Diversity and Biculturalism through Organizational De-sign. In Barmeyer, C. and Franklin, P. (Eds.), Intercultural Management - A Case-Based Approach to Achieving Complementarity and Synergy (pp. 256-271). Palgrave Macmillan.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2015). Performing religious diversity: Atheist, Christian, Muslim and Hindu interactions in two German research and development companies. In Gröschl, S. and Bendl. R., Managing Religious Diversity in the Workplace (Eds.) (pp. 323-341). Gower Applied Business Research (Ashgate).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2014). India: An interpretative approach to a hybrid culture. In Gehrke, Bettina; Claes, Marie-Therese (Eds.), Global Leadership Practices - A Cross-Cultural Management Perspective (pp. 188-202). Palgrave Macmillan.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2013). The Mandala Model of Power and Leadership: A Southeast Asian Perspective. In Prastacos, Gregory P; Wang, Fuming; Soderquist, Klas Eric (Eds.), Leadership through the Classics - Learning Management and Leadership from Ancient East and West Philosophy Prastacos (pp. 363-374). Springer.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2013). Interkulturalität und Dominanz: Ein kritisches Plädoyer für hierarchiefreie interkulturelle Lernsettings. In Gabriele Berkenbusch, Katharina von Helmolt, Wenjian Jia (Eds.), Interkulturelle Lernsettings: Konzepte – Formate – Verfahren (pp. 27-42). Ibidem-Verlag.

MAHADEVAN, J., & KILIAN-YASIN, K. (2013). Interkulturelles Lernen im berufsbezogenen Kontext: Ein beispielhaftes Modell zur kombinierten und integrierten Kompetenzentwicklung. In Gabriele Berkenbusch, Katharina von Helmolt, Wenjian Jia (Eds.), Interkulturelle Lernsettings: Konzepte – Formate – Verfahren (pp. 151-174). Ibidem-Verlag.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2011). Engineering culture(s) across sites - implications for cross-cultural management of emic meanings. In Primecz, Henriette, Romani, Laurence, Sackmann, Sonja (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Management in Practice: Culture and Negotiated Meanings (pp. 156-174). E. Elgar.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2009). Standortübergreifende Ingenieursarbeit als interkulturelles Projekt - vom interkulturellen Training zum Cross-Site Consulting. In Koch, Eckard / Speiser, Sabine (Eds.), Interkulturelle Projekte - Angewandte Interkulturalität (pp. 107-120). Rainer Hampp Verlag.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2008). Globale Ingenieurskultur – Mythos oder Realität?. In Rösch, Olga (Eds.), Technik und Kultur, Wildauer Schriftenreihe Interkulturelle Kommunikation (pp. 84-102). Verlag News & Media.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2008). Kultur als kollektive Identitäten in der Praxis: Implikationen für das Management kultureller Komplexität in Organisationen. In Koch, Eckard / Speiser, Sabine (Eds.), Interkulturelles Management – Neue Ansätze – Erfahrungen – Erkenntnisse (pp. 169-194). Rainer Hampp Verlag.


Beitrag in Tagungsband

MAHADEVAN, J. (2015). Migration und Diversität in Organisationen: Der Beitrag des interpretativ-kritischen Blicks. In Klückmann, M. and Sparacio, F. (Eds.), Spektrum Migration - Perspektiven auf einen alltagskulturellen Forschungsgegenstand (pp. 85-108).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2013). Die Bedeutung von religiösen Praktiken in multikulturellen Wissenschaftsteams. In Siegfried Stumpf, Ulrike Meyer, Elke Schuch (Eds.), Technik und Kultur - anwendungsorientierte Beiträge zu einem Spannungsfeld (pp. 39-50). Pabst Science Publishers.

MAHADEVAN, J., & MÜLLER, F. (2013). Reproducing dominant categories of cultural difference through linguistic discourse: Implications for critical management education and learning. In The University of Manchester Library (Ed.), Proceedings of the 8th International Conference in Critical Management Studies, July 10-12, 2013 (pp. 22 pages).

MAHADEVAN, J., & WEISSERT, S. (2012). Understanding intercultural negotiations through liminality., Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 2012 (pp. 41 pages).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2012). Tracing the discourse of difference in migrant-host relations: A power perspective., 27th EGOS (European Group for Organizational Studies) Colloquium (pp. 25 pages).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2011). Utilizing embodied emotions in ethnographic research., 2011 Symposium on Ethnography: Theory, Form and Practice, September 2011 (pp. 24 pages).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2011). Beyond Chinese HRM: Making sense out of cultural dimensions in a Sino-German company., EURAM (European Academy of Management) Annual Conference, June 2011 (pp. 31 pages).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2011). Teaching Indian culture as organizational subalterns’ means of resistance., Proceedings of the 7th International Critical Management Studies (CMS) Conference, Stream 10: Critical views across cultures, July 2011 (pp. 19 pages). ISBN 978887146778-8.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2011). Translating collective identities in times of organizational change: The case of an East German high-tech company., 27th EGOS (European Group for Organizational Studies) Colloquium, July 2011 (pp. 29 pages).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2011). Caste and Purity in IT India: Insights through embodied rule violation., Proceedings of the 29th standing conference on organizational symbolism (SCOS), July 2011 (pp. 35 pages).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2011). Mandala conceptions of power and leadership: the Southeast Asian perspective., International Conference: Leadership and Management in a Changing World: Lessons from Ancient East and West Philosophy, June 2011 (pp. 15 pages). ISBN 978-960-9443-10-4.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2010). Interkulturalität heute - wo liegen die Grenzen des kulturell Fremden in einer globalisierten Welt?. In Baudson, T.G., Seemüller, A., Dresler, M. (Eds.), Grenzen unseres Geistes (pp. 101-112).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2010). Writing organizational culture - can you offer ethnography while being owned by the field?., 2nd Conference on Qualitative Research in Management and Organization, April 2010.

MAHADEVAN, J. (2008). But he’s not Indian – he’s an engineer, too – contextual discourses of identity in a German high-tech company.., 24th EGOS (European Group of Organizational Studies) Colloquium, July 2008 (pp. 28 pages).


Herausgeber (Buch, Tagungsband)

MAHADEVAN, J., & MAYER, C.-H. (2017). Muslim Minorities, Workplace Diversity and Reflexive HRM. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

PRIMECZ, H., MAHADEVAN, J., & ROMANI, L. (2016). Special Issue on: Power in Critical Cross-cultural Management Studies. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management 16(2).

MAHADEVAN, J. (2015). Nomadic identities and workplace diversity. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion - an International Journal 34(4).

MAHADEVAN, J., & MAYER, C.-H. (2012). Intercultural Engineering. Interculture Journal 18.