Jansons School of Business

Professor & Area Chair - OB & HR

Qualifications: BE(Mech)., MBA, Ph.D., PGDBA, PGDHE, M.Phil, MA(App.Psy.), BTA, TSTA(O)

Phone: 0091-421-2336161 to 65 ext. 640

Email: c.suriyaprakash@jsb.ac.in


C. SURIYAPRAKASH, PhD, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Jansons School of Business, has International Accreditation as Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (TSTA) in the organisational field. He is a Master Practitioner in NLP. He has nearly three decades experience in the industry, teaching MBAs, and industrial training, counselling, coaching and consultancy. His specialties include Organisational Behaviour, Applied Behavioural Sciences and Human Relations Development. His research interests are on personality and leadership studies from the Indian philosophical perspective. He was the Co-chair of the Training Standards Committee, Training and Certification Council of Transactional Analysts, USA (T&CC). He was Vice-President-Operations (2007-2009) and Vice-President, Research and Innovation (2010-2012), President (2015-2017) of the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA). Currently he is Vice President - Professional Standards of the ITAA and Trustee, South Asian Association of Transactional Analysts (SAATA). He is Trustee of Child First Society and Yellow Train School.

Suriyaprakash co-founded Relations Institute of Development, in 1995, to provide Organisational Development Training, Coaching and Counselling. He has trained thousands of managers, executives, factory employees, teachers, students, social workers and parents. His specialty in organisational development, with TA includes, creating awareness, leadership, team building, problem-solving, conflict resolution, group dynamics, communication and motivation.

His advanced training in Developmental Transactional Analysis attracts  managers, trainers, consultants and counsellors from all over India and abroad for the international accreditation as Certified Transactional Analysts in the field of Organisational Development and Counselling. He regularly participates and presents papers in national and international conferences.

Recipient of the Muriel James Living Principles Award 2013 of the ITAA, and the Service Award 2022 of SAATA, his passion includes study in the fields of personality, leadership, wellbeing and Indian philosophy.

Research & Scholarship Interests
Personality and Leadership Studies, Indian Philosophy and Management

Books/Monographs/Reference WorksPublications:
Suriyaprakash, C., and Stephan, C. (2022). The Development and Validation of the Organisational Ethical Behaviour Questionnaire of Medical Representatives. International Journal of humanities, Law and Social Sciences. Vol. IX, Issue I: 2022, 162-173.

Suriyaprakash, C., and Stephan, C. (2022). A Qualitative Study on the Factors Contributing to Organizational Ethical Behaviour of Medical Representatives. International Journal of Economic Perspectives.16(2), 83-98. https://ijeponline.org/index.php/journal

Suriyaprakash, C., and Reema, P.M. (2020). Factors of Turnover Intention among Migrant Workers in Steel Manufacturing Companies. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research. Volume 9, Issue 10(8).

Suriyaprakash, C., and Reema, P.M. (2020). A Qualitative Study to Identify the Issues of Employers Employing Migrant Workers. IITM Journal of Management and IT. 38-44.

Sreenivasan, V.G., and Suriyaprakash (2019). Research into the Relationship between Ego States and Neuroticism among Indian Males and Females. International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research & Practice. Vol. 10 Issue. 2.

Balathandayuthapani, M., and Suriyaprakash, C. (2016). Impact of Personal Profile on Service Quality and Service Recovery on Customer Loyalty, Pertaining to Generation Y Customers of Online Retailers. International Journal of Business and Administration Research Review. Vol. 3, Issue.15, 156-164.

Suriyaprakash C. (2016). ‘Unravelling the Mystery of Ethics’. SAATA Journal. Vol. 2, No.1, 23-31.

Suriyaprakash C., and George, S. (2015). “The Many Facets of Conflict: People, Systems, and Causes”. Transactional Analysis Journal. Vol. 45(4) 270-275 DOI: 10.1177/0362153715608855

Suriyaprakash C. (2014). Embracing Eternity: A Psychophilosophical Exploration of Death from the Vedantic Frame of Reference. Transactional Analysis Journal, 1-13. DOI: 10.1177/0362153714560336.

Suriyaprakash, C. (2014). Leader-Member Relationship: Influence of Personality and Leadership Styles. Managing Services in Competitive Environment. AIMS International, IIM-B and IBA.

Suriyaprakash C. (2012). Time for a new Avatar? Revitalising the Debate on Ethics for a New Global Vision. Purushartha, IV, II.

Suriyaprakash C. (2011). Ethics in Organizations: My Eastern Philosophical Perspective. Transactional Analysis Journal, 41:2.

Suriyaprakash.C., & Mohanraj.I.A. (2006). Transactional imago. In G. Mohr & T. Steinert (Eds.), Growth and change for organizations: Transactional analysis new developments 1995 - 2006. Pleasanton, CA: International Transactional Analysis Association 164 - 172.

Suriyaprakash.C (2003). Compatibility analysis of teacher-student relationship: An empirical study using transactional analysis. In Nandagopal, R & Krishnaveni, R (Eds). Contemporary Trends in Business Research. Coimbatore: Allied Publishers.

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