Dr. Mani Venkatesh
Research themes :
Social sustainability, sustainable supply chain management & Marketing
Teaching department :
Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Technology, Innovation, Management
Dr. Mani Venkatesh is currently serving as Associate Professor, in the Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Montpellier Business School (MBS), France. He earned his PhD from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee and later he was awarded one of the prestigious Erasmus (European Union) fellowship to pursue his Post-doctoral research, in Faculty of Economics (FEP), University of Porto, Portugal. Prior to academic assignment, he has served in the industry for over a decade in fortune 500 companies in various capacities. His research interest include supply chain management, supply chain social sustainability, circular economy and industry 4.0, and strategy. He has contributed many research articles in referred journals by leading publishers that include Elsevier, Emerald and Springer. He authored a book titled supply chain social sustainability for manufacturing: measurement and performance outcomes from India published by Springer Nature. He also contributed book chapters published by leading publishers (Springer, IGI Global). Some of his research articles have appeared in International Journal of Production Economics (IJPE), Business Strategy and the Environment, Production Planning and Control, International Journal of Information Management, Resources Conservation and Recycling, Ecological Indicators and Management Decision. He also serves as editorial advisory board member of Management Decision (Emerald publications).
Selected Intellectual Contributions
Venkatesh V G., Zhang A., Deakins E. & Venkatesh M. 2020. Drivers of sub-supplier social sustainability compliance: An emerging economy perspective. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 25(6): 655-677.
Venkatesh M., Chiapetta Jabbour C. & Kavitha T.N.M. 2020. Supply chain social sustainability in small and medium manufacturing enterprises and firms' performance: empirical evidence from an emerging Asian economy. International Journal of Production Economics, 227:107656.
Srivastava A., Venkatesh. M. & Yadav M. Forthcoming. Authentic leadership towards sustainability in higher education: An integrated green model. International Journal of Manpower.
Zhang A., Venkatesh VG., Venkatesh M., Wang J.X. & Ting Qu. Forthcoming. Drivers of Industry 4.0 Enabled Smart Waste Management in the Supply Chain Operations: a Circular Economy perspective in China . Production Planning and Control.
Srivastava A.P., Venkatesh M. & Yadav M. 2019. Evaluating the implications of stakeholder’s role towards sustainability in higher education. Journal of Cleaner Production, 240.
Yi Yong J., Yusliza M Y., Ramayah T., Chiappetta Jabbour C., Sehnem S. & Venkatesh M. 2020. Pathways to sustainability in manufacturing organizations: Empirical evidence on the role of green human resource management. Business Strategy and Environment, 29(1): 212-228.
Gopalakrishnan N., Tuhin S., Pati R K., Gupta V., Gurumurthy A. & Venkatesh M. 2020. Assessment of systemic greenness: A case study of tyre manufacturing unit. Production Planning and Control, 31(11-12): 1035-1060.
Arsalan Mujahid G. & Venkatesh M. 2019. Role of real-time information-sharing through SAAS: an industry 4.0 perspective. International Journal of Information Management, 49: 301-315.
Agyemang M., Kusi-Sarpong S., Khan S. & Venkatesh M. 2019. Drivers and barriers to circular economy implementation: An explorative study into Pakistan automobile industry. Management Decision, 57(4): 971-994.
Sumukh H. & Mani V. Forthcoming. Benchmarking of factors influencing adoption of innovation in software Product SME’s: An empirical evidence from India. Benchmarking: An international Journal.