Faculty

A rich and lively student-teacher interaction is at the heart of SPJIMR's success. Our faculty members are known to be great teachers, who can bring alive the subject, encourage critical thinking and offer a wider, holistic perspective that is critical in today's complex business environment.

Our faculty members are drawn from academia, industry, government sector and non-profits. Collectively, they bring in a wide range of experience in building and delivering knowledge and skills to prepare participants for leadership roles.

The teaching-learning process at SPJIMR is vastly enriched by a series of non-classroom initiatives through which our faculty help build among participants the right attitudes to enable them lead with purpose, meaning and with an idea of service to society.

We have more than 53 full time faculty members, of which 36 are PhDs. The average experience of the core faculty is over 18 years, with several who have come to academics after years of experience as practitioners. In addition, we have around 20 adjunct faculty and several more visiting faculty who engage with participants of various courses.

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Dr. Debmallya Chatterjee

Associate Professor
Associate Head - Research

debmallya.chatterjee@spjimr.org

Dr. Debmallya Chatterjee is the Associate Head - Research and an Associate Professor in the area of Operations management & QM at SPJIMR.

He holds a PhD in Multi-criteria decision making from Indian School of Mines (IIT-ISM, Dhanbad), MTech in Operations Research from National Institute of Technology (NIT-D) and, MSc in Mathematics from University of Burdwan, West Bengal. He is also trained at Harvard Business School, Boston on teaching pedagogy. His research interests are in the areas of multi-criteria decision making applications to business, Interpretive Structural modeling application and Fuzzy cognitive map applications. He teaches subjects such as Operations Research, Problem Solving and Decision Making, Operations Management and Simulation modeling with ARENA.  

 

Experience

Dr. Debmallya Chatterjee

Associate Professor
Associate Head - Research

debmallya.chatterjee@spjimr.org

Dr. Chatterjee is in academia for last 15 years and has taught courses like problem solving and decision making, Operations Research, Operations Management and Simulation Modeling with ARENA. He has done MDP's on Problem solving skills for ICICI managers and Project management for managers at L&T. He has published PRJ’s in listed journals (ABDC) and also published cases in Ivey publishing, Canada. Besides, he has presented papers in a number of national and International conferences and has won a couple of awards. Prior to joining SPJIMR, he was with T. A. Pai Management Institute(TAPMI), Manipal for 6.5 years and served as Area chair- Operations Management and Chair- Hostels. He was also instrumental in TAPMI’s retaining AACSB accreditation.

Research & Publications

Dr. Debmallya Chatterjee

Associate Professor
Associate Head - Research

debmallya.chatterjee@spjimr.org

(PRJ'S)

    1. Chatterjee, D and Dhaigude, A "An integrated Fuzzy Cognitive Map approach in modeling factors of management quality in banking performance" accepted in GBR, SAGE (ABDC-C)
    2. Chatterjee,D and Joshi, K. 2017 "Logistics Design at FreshBuy", Operations Management Education Review, Vol 11 (ABDC classification: B)
    3. Nayak, G., Dhaigude, A. and Chatterjee, D. 2017 “Allied Founders: Going International”, Operations Management Education Review, Vol 11 (ABDC classification: B)
    4. Chatterjee, D. 2014 “Can fuzzy extension of Delphi-Analytical hierarchy process improve hospital site selection?”, Int. Journal of Intercultural information management, Vol. 4, No. 2/3, pp. 113-128 (ABDC classification: C).
    5. Sinha, T.R., Chatterjee, D. and Iskanius, P. (2011) ‘Measuring stress among hospital nurses: an empirical study using fuzzy evaluation’, Int. J. Logistics Economics and Globalisation, Vol. 3, Nos. 2/3, pp.142–154 (ABDC classification: C).
    6. Chatterjee, D and Mukherjee, B (2012) ‘Evaluation of technical institutions: a case study’, International J. of Math. Sci. & Engg. Appls. (IJMSEA), Vol. 6, No. VI, pp. 383-394
    7. Ghosh, A., Chatterjee, D. and Ghosh, B. (2011), ‘Conceptual framework of faculty performance evaluation’ Asian Journal of Management Research, Spl Issue 1, pp. 217-229
    8. Chatterjee, D., and Mukherjee, B., (2010), ‘Study of fuzzy-AHP model to search the criterion in the evaluation of the best technical institutions: a case study’, International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (ISSN: 2278-9510), Vol. 2, No. 7, pp. 2499-2510
    9. Chatterjee, D., Chowdhury, S. and Mukherjee, B., (2010), ‘A study of the application of fuzzy analytical hierarchical process (FAHP) in the ranking of Indian banks’, International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (ISSN: 2278-9510), Vol. 2, No. 7, pp. 2511-2520

    (CASES)

    1. Allied Founders: Surviving Internationally (Ivey Publishing, dated: 14-02-2018)
    2. APOORVA: A facility location dilemma (Ivey publishing, dated: 24-10-2017)
    3. JSW Steel Ltd.: A logistics Dilemma (Ivey Publishing, dated:16-06-2017)
    4. DHL Global Forwarding: A consolidation program (Ivey Publishing, dated: 29-03-2017)
    Additional Information

    Dr. Debmallya Chatterjee

    Associate Professor
    Associate Head - Research

    debmallya.chatterjee@spjimr.org

    Received “AIMS-IBA Best paper award” in AIMS12 international conference at IIM Kozhikode, India, 2015

    Received “Third best Doctoral thesis paper award” at AIMS conference, IMT Ghaziabad, India, 2013

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    Dr. Debmallya Chatterjee

    Associate Professor
    Associate Head - Research

    debmallya.chatterjee@spjimr.org

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    Dr. Debmallya Chatterjee

    Associate Professor
    Associate Head - Research

    debmallya.chatterjee@spjimr.org

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