Neha is an independent researcher who aims to bridge practice and theory to serve the organisations she works with and to further academia. Her research is largely field study based.

"A vision for shared leadership in complex ecosystems" has recently been published on Peter Drucker Forum blog


NEW BOOK   Organizational Agility: Exploring the impact of Identity on Knowledge Management. Palgrave Pivot (August 2019)

Chatwani, N. (2018). HR as a change agent: A case study at an international non-profit organisation. In Thill, K. & Covarrubias Venegas, B. (Hrsg.) Internationales Personalmanagement.Rollen–Kompetenzen– Perspektiven. Implikationen für die Praxis. SpringerGabler Verlag. 

Chatwani, N. (ed). Distributed leadership: The dynamics of balancing leadership with followership. Palgrave MacMillian (October, 2017).

Chatwani, N. (2016).Understanding the gendered identity role of skilled female entrepreneurs in the Indian diaspora in Europe. In Kumar, P. (ed.) Indian women as entrepreneurs: An exploration of self-identity. Palgrave MacMillan, UK, p. 117-133.

Chatwani, N. (2015). A cross-cultural approach in coaching as viewed through the guru-śiṣya paramparā. In Pereira, V. & Ashish, M. (eds.) Investigating Cultural Aspects in Indian Organizations. Springer, New York, p. 69-79.

Chatwani, N. (2015) Looking ahead: On the feminization of leadership. In Kumar, P. (ed.) Unveiling Women’s Leadership. Identity and the meaning of leadership in India. Palgrave MacMillan, UK, p. 137-152.

Chatwani, N. (2014). On building agile capability for transformational change: How are organizational identity and knowledge transfer linked? Business Leadership Review, Issue 12: Volume 1, 24-34.

Fandel-Meyer, T., Chatwani, N. & Seufert, S. (2010). Veränderungskompetenzen entwickeln: Fallbeispiel Managers as change agents. Case study, scil, University of St.Gallen: k.A. 

Chatwani N. (2006). Thoughts on coaching in culture. Psychologie in Oesterreich, Berufsverband Oesterreichische Psychologen,1, 44-49. 

Conference papers

Chatwani, N. & Islam, G. (2014). Humanitarian Identifications: Heterogeneous logics as identity projects in Médecins Sans Frontiers, EGOS, Rotterdam.

Chatwani, N. (2013). On agile organizations: How are organizational identity and knowledge transfer linked? A single case study at an international non-profit organization, AMBA Conference, Kingston University, London.

Chatwani N. (2007). Beyond words. An experimental coaching tool in movement. DIALOGIN, FH Konstanz.

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