Sanjukta Choudhury Kaul, Ph.D.
Ph.D. (Monash Business School), M.A. (CSR) (Nottingham University Business School), M.A. (Communication Studies) Pune University
International Business Subject Content Coordinator & Lecturer
Location: room 402, 4th floor,
Binus International, JWC Campus, Jl. Hang Lekir I No. 6, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia
Sanjukta has a PhD from Monash University Business School in the area of CSR and Disability at Workplace (2015). She was awarded full scholarship and school research grant. She is a recipient of the 2016 Jan Schapper Award in Critical Business Ethics. She was nominated for the 2015 Mollie Holman Doctoral Award, Monash University Best Thesis (School of Business). She is also one of the top twelve candidates selected by University of South Australia, School of Management for the 2011 International PhD Student Competition (Australia). As a 2006 British Chevening Scholar, she graduated from Nottingham University Business School, UK, International Centre for CSR (ICCSR), with a distinction both for her dissertation and MA in Corporate Social Responsibility (2007, UK). She earned her first Master’s in Communication Studies (Media Research) with a first class degree from University of Pune (India) and has an undergraduate degree in Sciences (Mumbai University, India).
She has a decade long professional industry experience She is a recipient of Young PR Professional of the Year – Asia Pacific COE, Hong Kong (2002); World Class Communication Professional Cummins Inc. (2001). She is a trained 6 Sigma Green Belt (2002) and a Diversity Trainer (2000) with 240 hours of formal practice. In 2005, she completed her global intern ship with Brodeur Pleon (London). She is a hobbyist baker.
She is a recipient of Young PR Professional of the Year – Asia Pacific COE, Hong Kong (2002); World Class Communication Professional Cummins Inc. (2001). She is a trained 6 Sigma Green Belt (2002) and a Diversity Trainer (2000) with 240 hours of formal practice. In 2005, she completed her global intern ship with Brodeur Pleon (London). She is a hobbyist baker.
Dr. Sanjukta, faculty of International Business program was introduced in LENS by Monash University.
“Inspired by personal experience, Dr Sanjukta Choudhury-Kaul is improving the working lives of people with disabilities.” For more information, please visit https://lens.monash.edu/@monash-life/2018/09/01/1358905/making-a-difference
- PhD, School of Business, Monash University (2010-2014)
- MA in Corporate Social Responsibility, ICCSR, Nottingham University Business School Nottingham University, UK (2007)
- Master’s Degree in Communication Studies, University of Pune, India Area of Specialization: Media Research (1997)
- Bachelor’s Degree in Sciences, SIES Senior College of Arts, Science & Commerce, University of Mumbai, India (1995)
- Undergraduate (International Business Program): Business Communication; Business in ASEAN; Introduction to Business Ethics; Qualitative Research Methods
- Master’s program: Business Ethics; Leadership and Organizational Behavior
- Executive Program: Business Ethics and Governance
- Business Ethics; Disability, Gender, Indigenous Communities, ASEAN.
Academic Publishing and Conferences
- Choudhury -Kaul S. ‘Mainstreaming Disability in the Workplace in Myanmar: Preliminary Study Findings, International Journal of Economics and Management (Forthcoming, Issue 2, 2019)
- Choudhury -Kaul S., Sandhu, M.S., & Alam, Q. Researching the history of marginalized issues in management research: A proposed interpretive framework, Journal of Management History (Forthcoming, Issue 2, 2019).
- Choudhury -Kaul S., Sandhu, M.S., & Alam, Q. (2016). Researching marginalized issues in management history: An interpretive framework: The case of business response to disability in colonial and post-independent India (ABEN), Conference Title: Business Ethics Theory in Practice, December 05-06, 2016, University of Griffith, Brisbane, Queensland, (Australia).
- Choudhury- Kaul S., Sandhu, M.S., & Alam, Q. (2016). Asylum, Bequeaths and Charities: Business response to disability in colonial India Academy of Management Conference (AOM), Conference Title: Making Organizations Meaningful August 05-09, 2016, Anaheim, California (USA). Proceedings available at http://proceedings.aom.org/content/2016/1/14829.
- Arora, B., and Choudhury- Kaul S. (2014). Antecedents to humanistic management approach in India: The role of family businesses in The World Humanism: Cross cultural perspectives on ethical practices in organizations (Ed: Khan S and Amann, W.), Chapter 12 (p. 165- 177), Palgrave
- Choudhury- Kaul S., Sandhu, M.S, & Alam, Q. (2014). From Merchant Charity to Mainstream Integration Strategic Intent of Business Engagement with Disability: Empirical Evidence from India. Conference paper presented at International Association of Business and Society (IABS) Conference Title: Reclaiming the societal dimension: New perspectives on ‘society and business, June 19-23, 2014 University of New South Wales (UNSW) City Campus, Sydney (Australia)
- Choudhury- Kaul S, Sandhu, M.S, & Alam, Q. (2014). Asylums, bequeaths and charities: Historical perspective on shaping of the business response to disability until the middle of twentieth century. Conference paper at Asia Pacific Economic and Business History Conference (APEBHC), Conference Title: Economic consequences of war and conflict, February 13- 15, Waikato Management School, University of Waikato, Hamilton, (New Zealand).
- Choudhury- Kaul S, Sandhu, M.S, & Alam, Q. (2013) Marginal voice to mainstream drama: The debut of disability on the corporate social responsibility agenda. Conference Paper at International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility Conference (ICCSR), Conference Title: New CSR Dynamics? Institutions and systems in a more challenging era, August 19 – 20, 2013, Nottingham University Business School, University of Nottingham, Kuala Lumpur, (Malaysia)
- Kim, C. H., Choudhury- Kaul S, & Blanes, R. (2012). Tackling One-Size Fits All CSR: Diversity of Religion Perspective, Global Conference on SME, Entrepreneurship and Service Innovation, Perth (Australia)
- Choudhury- Kaul S (2011, November). Disability and CSR: Thinking beyond labels. International Student PhD Competition, University of South Australia, Division of Business, School of Management, Adelaide (Australia).
- Kim, C. H., Choudhury- Kaul S, & Hamzah, S. (2011, June). The Role of Religion in CSR: South-East Asian Context. Presented at the CSR symposium in China, Nottingham University Business School (NUBS), Ningbo Campus (China).
- Choudhury- Kaul S. (2011a, June). Disability and CSR: Thinking beyond labels. 3MT ™ Business school finals, Monash University, Sunway campus, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).
- Choudhury- Kaul S. (2010). Empirical investigation of corporate response to disability at workplace and assessment of its impact. Presented at the Business School Doctoral Colloquium, Penang, (Malaysia).
- Business Disability Workshop 2017, Design and Facilitation, Yangon, Myanmar, November 20, 2017. ASEAN CSR Network Grant and Myanmar Center for Responsible Business(MCRB)
- Business and Society (2015- Ongoing)
- Business Ethics: A European Review (2015, 2017)
- AOM (2016, 2017)
- South Asian Journal of Business Studies (2018)
- ASEAN CSR NETWORK GRANT (2017), Lead Researcher, awarded the ASEAN CSR Vision 2020 Small Grants Fund, offered by the ASEAN CSR Network with the support of the Government of Sweden. Research Area: Disability and role of Business in Myanmar.
- Researching and developing area of Social entrepreneurship and ASEAN CSR (BINUS Business School Research Grant, 2016)
Research Honors and Awards
The Jan Schapper Scholarship for Emerging Critical Business Ethics Scholar, ABEN 2016 Conference, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia Paper title: Researching marginalized issues in management history: An interpretive framework. University of Griffith, Brisbane, Queensland, (Australia)
|April 2015||Shortlisted nomination: 2015 Mollie Holman Doctoral Award, Monash University Best Thesis (School of Business)|
|November 2011||One of the twelve global winners at 2011 International PhD Student Competition, awarded by South Australia (UNiSA), School of Management, Adelaide, Australia Paper title: “Corporations and Disability: Thinking beyond Labels”|
|June 2011 –
|Campus Runner Up, 3MT ™ (Three-minute PhD thesis competition), for Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students, Monash University, Malaysia
Winner, School of Business, 3MT ™ (Three-minute PhD thesis competition), for HDR students, Monash University, Malaysia
|November 2010||Best Paper/Presentation award (Beginners) Doctoral Colloquium, Monash University Business School, Penang, Malaysia|
|November 2010||Awarded Full Scholarship for Doctoral Program at Monash University Business School (Sunway Campus, Malaysia)|
|International student exchange to Nottingham University Ningbo Campus, China
Chevening Fellowship, FCO, UK
|May 2006||Sir Ratan Tata Academic Travel Grant, India|
Young PR Professional of the Year – Asia Pacific COE, Hong Kong
|January 2001||World Class Communication Professional Cummins Inc.|
|July 2005||Awarded Global Communication Internship, Brodeur Pleon, London, UK|
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