Dr. Jeayaram holds a PhD from Universite Paris Saclay from France, in the field of Management and Organizational Psychology. His area of research is in the airline sector, testing the psychological satisfaction of airhostesses amongst different airline companies. Prior to that, he started his career with M/s 99acres.com in Chennai for a short stint. He was into Corporate Sales, as an Assistant Manager.
Apart from this, Jeayaram is a professional Carnatic vocalist, trained for the past 20 years and currently performing concerts. Also, he maintains a blog page titled “The Indian Dharma” that explains subtle blends between modern day Management/Leadership ideas with ancient day Hindu scriptures. The blog has so far attracted close to 10,000 views from around 75 countries worldwide.
At the Department of Management, Amritapuri, Jeayaram teaches Organizational Behavior, Leadership & Team Building and Self Awareness & Personal Growth.
|PhD in Management||Universite Paris Saclay, France|
|MBA||Amrita School of Business|
|B.E – Electrical & Electronics||Anna University – Chennai|
|Year of Publication||Title|
Bhumika Gupta, Jeayaram Subramanian, Hardik Vachhrajani, and Dr. Avinash Shivdas, “Exploring the Sources of Innovation in Food Processing SMEs of Kerala”, International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering, vol. 8, pp. 1149 - 1153, 2014.[Abstract]
Indian food processing industry is one of the largest in the world in terms of production, consumption, exports and growth opportunities. SMEs play a crucial role within this. Large manufacturing firms largely dominate innovation studies in India. Innovation sources used by SMEs are often different from that of large firms. This paper focuses on exploring various sources of innovation adopted by food processing SMEs in Kerala, South India. Outcome suggests that SMEs use various sources like suppliers, competitors, employees, government/research institutions and customers to get new ideas.More »»