Ravi S. Ramani

Ravi S. Ramani
Title:
Doctoral Student of Management
Address:
Funger Hall
2201 G St. NW
Suite 315-H
Washington, District Of Columbia 20052
Phone:
202-994-7375
Email:
RAVI_RAMANI@GWMAIL.GWU.EDU

About

Ravi S. Ramani is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Management at the George Washington University School of Business. His research focuses on the employees’ emotional experience of work, organizational research methods, and meaningful scholarship. His work has been published in outlets such as the Academy of Management Annals, the Journal of International Business Studies, and Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. His work received the Best Paper award from the Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division, and has been presented at number of regional, national, and international conferences. 

Previously, Ravi worked in Human Resources for Hilton Worldwide in New York City and held operational roles for several other hospitality companies. His business experience includes roles in organizational learning, executive coaching, talent development, recruitment, labor negotiations, benefit administration, and revenue management.

  • M.B.A., Johnson & Wales University, 2003
  • B.A., Delhi University (India), 2000
  • Director of Learning & Talent Development
    The Waldorf Astoria
    New York, NY
  • Employees’ Emotional Experience of Work
  • Organizational Research Methods
  • Meaningful Scholarship
     

Journal Articles:

  • Aguinis, H., Ramani, R. S. *, & Alabduljader, N.* (in press). What you see is what you get? Enhancing methodological transparency in management research. Academy of Management Annals. doi.org/10.5465/annals.2016.0011
     
  • Aguinis, H., Cascio, W. F., & Ramani, R. S. (2017). Science’s reproducibility and replicability crisis: International business is not immune. Journal of International Business Studies, 48, 653-663. doi: 10.1057/s41267-017-0081-0
     
  • Aguinis, H., Ramani, R. S., Campbell, P. K., Bernal-Turnes, P. *, Drewry, J. M.*, & Edgerton, B. T.* (2017). Most frequently cited sources and authors in Industrial-Organizational psychology textbooks: Implications for the science-practice divide, scholarly impact, and the future of the field. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 10, 1-51.

Refereed Book Chapters and Cases:

  • Solomon, G. T., Alabduljader, N.*, & Ramani, R. S. * (in press). U.S. approaches to entrepreneurship education. In J. J. Taylor & G. Mulholland (Eds.), International Enterprise Education: Perspectives on Theory and Practice. Hong Kong: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
     
  • Singh, S., Bailey, J. R., & Ramani, R. S. (2017). Study smart tutors: A case of entrepreneurial dilemma on breaking through unique growth barriers. In SAGE Business Cases, 2017.
    http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781526406750

Best Paper Conference Proceedings:

  • Singh, S., Kang, J. H., & Ramani, R. S. (2016) Passion p(l)ays! Emotional labor and perceived passion as predictors of quality of presenter and VC intention to invest. In John Humphreys (Ed.). Best Paper Proceedings of the Seventy-Sixth Meeting of the Academy of Management

Conference Papers and Presentations:

  • Aguinis, H., Alabduljader, N.*, Ramani, R. S.*, & Campbell, P. K. (2017). How to improve our game: A meta-review of evidence-based methodological practices. Paper presented at the Academy of Management, Atlanta, Georgia.

  • Solomon, G. T., Alabduljader, N.*, & Ramani, R. S.* (2017). Approaches to entrepreneurship education: A qualitative review and comparison of the U.S. and Canada. Paper presented at the Academy of Management, Atlanta, Georgia.

  • Aguinis, H., Ramani, R. S., & Campbell, P. K. (2017). Most frequently cited sources and authors in Industrial-Organizational psychology textbooks: Implications for the science-practice divide, scholarly impact, and the future of the field. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Orlando, Florida.

  • Ramani, R. S., Singh, S., & Lorinkova, N. M. (2016). Alas, poor Yorick! Putting “acting” back in surface and deep acting. Paper presented as part of symposium:  Empowering Leadership, T. Dennerlein (Chair) at Academy of Management, Anaheim, California.

  • Aguinis, H., & Ramani, R. S. (2016). The first 18 years of Organizational Research Methods: Journey, impact, and a look into the future. Paper presented at the meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, California.

  • Singh, S., Kang, J. H., & Ramani, R. S. (2016). Passion p(l)ays! Emotional labor and perceived passion as predictors of quality of presenter and VC intention to invest. Paper presented at the meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, California.

  • Singh, S., Lorinkova, N. M., & Ramani, R. S. (2016). Putting “acting” back in surface and deep acting. Paper presented at Emonet X: The Tenth International Conference on Emotions and Organizational Life, Rome, Italy.

  • Ramani, R. S. & Alabduljader, N. (2016). Don’t think about it: Mindfulness, emotional labor and new venture performance. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Council of Small Business, Hoboken, New Jersey.

  • Solomon, G. T., Joudrey, M., Alabduljader, N.* & Ramani, R. S. (2016). The state of entrepreneurship education: A comparison between the U.S. and Canada. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Council of Small Business, Hoboken, New Jersey.

  • Ramani, R. S. (2016). Who you are or how you feel? The relative impact of personality and affect on learning. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management, New Haven, Connecticut.

  • Ramani, R. S. (2016). In the moment: The effect of mindfulness on emotional labor approaches and performance. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management, New Haven, Connecticut.

* Denotes equal authorship