Ashish Rastogi

Assistant Professor of Management Practice

B.Com (Hons.) (University of Delhi), MBA (Jamia Hamdard, Delhi), CAIIB (IIBF, Mumbai); FPM Candidate (IIM Kozhikode)

Ashish Rastogi is a FPM Candidate at Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode in the Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management Area. He has submitted his thesis titled “Antecedents and Contingencies of Disengagement at Work: A Conservation of Resource Approach” for evaluation. He was awarded the UGC-JRF in Management in June 2012. Ashish is a Certified Associate of Indian Institute of Banking and Finance, Mumbai since 2012. He completed his MBA in Marketing and HRM from Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi in 2007. He did BA (Honors) Political Science from Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi, New Delhi in 2005.

Ashish’s work experience of six years is nearly evenly spread between banking and academics. He has worked as an assistant manager at Syndicate Bank for over three years handling varied assignments including foreign exchange, agriculture finance and general banking. Prior to this, he has served as a management faculty for almost three years, teaching courses on Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Business Communication and Business Environment, among others.

Ashish has several publications in reputed journals such as Human Resource Development Review, Benchmarking: An International Journal, International Journal of Work Organization and Emotion, Journal of Organizational Change Management, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations and Journal of Human Values. Besides, his research output has been presented in top international and national conferences including annual meetings of Academy of Management, National Academy of Psychology and Pan-IIM WMC. He has served as an ad-hoc reviewer for journals such as Management Decision, International Journal of Management Education, and Internet Research; and multiple international conferences. His research interest currently lies in workplace spirituality, engagement and disengagement at work.