Dr. N. N. J. Navaratne

Dr. N. N. J. Navaratne

Senior Lecturer – Grade I
 [PhD (Keio Japan), MA (Keio Japan), BSc (Business Ad. SJP), CTHE (Col)]

 

TI: Human Resource Management, Organizational Behaviour,Financial Impact in HRM, Principles of Management

RI: Behavioural Aspects and Decision Making Pattern

Email: nimal_n@fmf.cmb.ac.lk

 

PBLICATION IN BOOK

  • A case study Le management intercultural in French, (Marc Bosche;1993) PP 58-59

 RESEARCH INVOLVEMENT

  • Research on “Correlation Between Human Resources Strategies and Labor Productivity; on selected industrial estates of Sri Lanka” (2008) with Co-authors Dr. M.S. Dassanayake, Mr. GRP Silva and others for the National Institute of Labor Studies of Sri Lanka
  • Research on “Social Welfare and Employees Trust Fund in Sri Lanka” (2008) with  Co-author Mr. Yasantha Madurapperuma for the National Institute of Labor Studies of Sri Lanka
  • Job Restructuring and Socio-Economic Security (SES) Research in Sri Lanka (2007),  Presented at the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Social Policy Analysis & Research Center (SPARC) of the University of Colombo

Articles Published

  • Case Study in Le management intercultural in French, (Marc Bosche;1993)
  • Choice, Preference and “ordering the orderings” Behavior of Business Enterprises in Sri Lanka (2001), in Keio Business Review, No. 39-4
  • The prisoner’s Dilemma approach in Employer-Employee Relationships in Sri Lanka Economic Journal (2006), Vol. 7 No.1 & 2)
  • The Effects of Human Resource Practices on Labor Productivity: a case of selected industrial estates in Sri Lanka (2008), Conference Proceeding of  Faculty of Management and Finance
  • Impact of Role Conflict on Job Stress: a study on the frontline employees in the technical services industry in Sri Lanka (2009) Conference Proceeding of  Faculty of Management and Finance
  • An Empirical Study on the Managerial Skill of the Principals and the Performance of the Schools in the Batticaloa District with Co-author Mr. T. Paranthaman, Conference Proceeding on Business management (2010), University of Sri Jayewardenapura
  • Relationship between Employee-Organization Congruence (perceived) and Organizational Commitment in the Sri Lankan Apparel Sector, G.D.N. Perera, Prof. Dr. Ali Khatibi, and Dr. N. N.J. Navarathna in Asian Business Review (Sep. 2012), Vol. 1, Issue 1
  • What can we learn from Japan? In A Journey in Memory, Sixty Years of Japan-Sri Lanka Relations, pp. 430-442 (December 2012), Edited by H.D.Karunaratne
  • Perceived Employee-Organization Congruence and Job Performance: a study of machine operators in Sri Lankan apparel sector, G.D.N. Perera, Prof. Dr. Ali Khatibi, and Dr. N. Navarathna in South Asian Journal of Marketing & Management Research (January 2013) Vol. 3 Issue 1
  • Gap Analysis of Employee-Organization Congruence Factors: Perspective of Factory Employees, D.N. Perera, Prof. Dr. Ali Khatibi,  Dr. Nimal. Navarathna and Karuthan Chinna in Sri Lankan Apparel Sector in International Journal of Academic Research in Management (2013) Vol.2, No.3
  • Job Restricting and Socio-Economic Security in Sri Lanka in Sri Lankan Journal of Human Resource Management (2013), Vol. 4, No.1
  • Job satisfaction and Job Performances among Factory Employees in Apparel Sector, G.D.N. Perera, Prof. Dr. Ali Khatibi, Nimal. Navarathna and Karuthan Chinna in Asian Journal of management Sciences & Education (2014) Vol.3 No. 1
  • Green Human Resource Management Practices; A review, A.A. Arulrajah, Prof. H.H.D.N.P. Opatha, Dr. N.N.J.Awaratne in Sri Lankan Journal of Human Resource Management. Vol. 5, No. 1, 2015

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