Vishal Rana

PhD Candidate, MBus, BA, FAHRI, Grad Cert (Higher Education)

Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Leadership


Research and teaching specialties

Human Resource Management, Leadership, Work Design, Organisational Behaviour, Artificial Intelligence and Ethics, Exponential Organisations, Emotions at Work.

Biography

Vishal Rana is a final year PhD candidate in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour from Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. His other qualifications include Master of Business in International Hospitality and Tourism Management (Griffith University, Australia), Bachelor of Arts in International Hotel and Tourism Management (Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, UK), Graduate Certificate of Higher Education (Griffith University, Australia) and Diploma of Research Studies (Leadership and HR; Griffith University, Australia).

Vishal has more than six years of experience teaching in Australian higher education institutions. He brings a wealth of academic experience working with Griffith University. Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors and now AIB. He has designed and taught various face-to-face and online business courses in postgraduate and undergraduate levels including Strategic Human Resource Management, Business Ethics and Corporate Governance, Managing People in the Global Economy, Organisational Behaviour, Performance and Compensation Management, Management Concepts, and Leadership.

Vishal’s interest of research include; Work Design, Emotions, Leader Member Exchange, Justice Climate, Artificial Intelligence and Ethics.

Email: Vishal.Rana@aib.edu.au

Publications and Presentations

Book Chapter

Rana, V., Jordan, P., Jiang, Z., & Tse, H. H. M. (2017). The Role of Job Crafting and Affect in the Relationship between Non-Preferred Work Tasks and Contextual Performance. In W. J. Zerbe, C. E. J. Hartel, N. Ashkanasy, & L. Petitta (Eds.), Emotions and Identity: Research on Emotions in Organizations (Vol. 13, pp. 245-263): Emerald Publishing Limited.

Peer Reviewed Conference Papers

Rana, V., Jordan, P., & Rafferty, A. (2017). Unpacking Non-Preferred Tasks in Work Design: An Exploratory Study. Paper presented in Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Melbourne, December 2017, Australia.

Rana, V., Jordan, P., & Tse, H. H. M., Jiang, Z. (2016). Non-preferred tasks, job crafting, and organizational citizenship behaviour: A preliminary Analysis. Paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Brisbane.

Rana, V., Jordan, P., & Tse, H. H. M. (2015). Understanding How Employees Manage Non-Preferred Tasks at Work. Paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Queenstown, New Zealand.

Rana, V. (2015). How Much is Enough? The Frequency of Non-Preferred Work Tasks Within Work Roles and its Emotional Impact. Paper presented at Emotions and Cognitions in the Rough Workshop at the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Queenstown, New Zealand.

Rana, V., Tse, H. H. M., & Jordan, P. (2014). An Integrated Model of Interactional Justice, Emotions and Proactive Work Behaviour. Paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Sydney, Australia.

Tse, H. H. M., Christie, A. M. H., & Rana, V. (2013). Perceived effectiveness of online assessment marking in management education. Paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Hobart, Australia.

Rana, V., & Tse, H. H. M. (2013). The mediating role of proactive work behaviour between job insecurity and creativity. Paper accepted but not presented at the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Hobart, Australia.

Rana, V., & Tse, H. H. M. (2012). An integrated model of Leader Member Exchange Differentiation and Creativity in work teams. Paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), Perth, Australia.