At Loyd Business School, we are focused towards 360-degree development of students & faculty. With an aim of enriching the research profile of the faculty, we have pioneered a programme called "Research Talk on Saturdays". The objective of these talks is to bring forth the ideas and approaches of each faculty member regarding their research areas that eventually leads to cross-learning and co-development. Every saturday, one of the faculty members present their on-going or intended research project for discussions and seeking constructive feedback.
Talk I: Dr. Bhupender K. Som (Director, Lloyd Business School) chaired the first talk on his research paper titled "Markovian Queuing Model with Heterogeneous Service, Reverse Balking and Retention of Impatient Customers". The aim of his talk was to give an insight into conceptual understaning of the queing systems, reverse balking and the wider applicability of his research in the field of business.
Research Talk II: Dr. Shruti Traymbak (Associate Professor, Lloyd Business School) delivered a talk on “Impact of Job Characteristics and Role Stress on Job Satisfaction - A case study of software industry in India.” The talk included various tools uses in Research Paper like Multigroup Moderation Analysis & Chi-Square Difference Test.
The discussions were also held on issues like:
Research Talk III: Dr. Krity Gulati (Associate Professor, Lloyd Business School) delivered a talk on the topic - “Behavioural Analysis of Online Customers” . She discussed on behavioral aspects of online buyers with special emphasis on analyzing e-perception as an antecedent of e-satisfaction using regression technique.