Prof. Dra. Corina D. S. Riantoputra, M.Com., Ph.D.


NIDN: 0014106703
Psikologi Industri & Organisasi

  • Leadership
  • Human Resource Development
  • Organizational Behavior
  • 2010, Ph.D. (in Organizational Behavior), University of New South Wales – Australia.
  • 2000, Master of Commerce (in Organizational Study), University of New South Wales – Australia.
  • 1992, Bachelor in Psychology and training as a psychologist, Universitas Indonesia – Indonesia.


  • Leadership: A psychological perspective, 2018 – now.
  • Organizational Behavior (for master degree program), 2011 – now.
  • Academic Writing (for doctoral program), 2013 – now.
  • Current issues in knowledge management (master degree program), 2010 – 2012.
  • Psychology in Strategic Human Resource Management (master degree program), 2011 – 2013.
  • Responsible and empowering leadership
  • Productive, proactive and accountable employees (including when WFH)
  • Performance management and organizational culture.


  • 2019 – now: Member of the University Board (Majelis Wali Amanah/MWA), Universitas Indonesia (with Sri Mulyani, Erick Tohir, Bambang Brodjonegoro, etc).
  • 2014 – Jan 2018: Vice Dean Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia.
  • 2012 – 2014: Member of the University board (Majelis Wali Amanah / MWA) Universitas Indonesia (with Jusuf Kalla, Gen. Endriartono, etc).
  • 2013: Secretary of the Selection Committee of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia
  • 2012-2014: member of the Senate Academic of the Universitas Indonesia.


  • International Leadership Association.
  • Academy of Management (in organizational behavior interest group).
  • Asia Academy of Human Resource Management.
  • The Head of Research and Knowledge Development – Association of Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Indonesia (Asosiasi Psikologi Industri dan Organisasi).


  • 2020 – 2021: A member in the GLOBE (Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness) A research collaboration among 110 countries led by the
    School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Canada.
  • 2019 – 2020: Team leader in the Psychological, Social and Cultural Factors important for an Individual’s Willingness to Retrain/Upskill. A research funded by the Asia Productivity Organization, an intergovernmental organization committed to improving productivity in the Asia-Pacific region.
  • 2019 – 2021: Team leader in “The role of culture and job context on the effectiveness of women leadership in Indonesia”, International Research Collaboration funded by Directorate for Research and Community Services – Universitas Indonesia.
  • 2018 – 2019. A member in the Global Work Design Research. This study is a collaborative research among 40 countries that participate in a research ( -ambassador-program-project-2016-18/) that aims to expand our understanding of how aspects of work design (for example, flexibility and autonomy) relate to employee outcomes (such as performance, job satisfaction, burn out, and organizational citizenship behavior), and how national culture influences this process.


  • Riantoputra, Corina D., & Muis. I. (in press). New insight on the critical factors for the development of women entrepreneurs in Indonesia. Advances in Developing Human Resources.
  • Riantoputra, Corina D. (2020). Leadership Development: Lessons learned from Indonesia. Invited speaker at the International HRD Seminar in Asia: Research, Work, Diversity and Leadership on HRD in Asia. Korea University, 10th Jan. Korea.
  • Riasnugrahani, M., Riantoputra, Corina D., Takwin, B., & Panggabean, H. (2019). Discerning work from calling: The role of job crafting, Career Developmental Quarterly, vol. 67(4): 343-356.
  • Primagita, P., & Riantoputra, Corina D. (2019). Effects of positive gender identity and patriarchal belief on women-leader identity conflict in Indonesia. Pertanika, Journal of Social Sciences, vol 27(2): 1769-1786.
  • Marieta, J., Takwin, B., & Riantoputra, Corina D. (2019). Conflict management in extractive industries in Indonesia: Leaders-Followers perspective to achieve perceived social justice in communities. Peace, Reconciliation, and Social Justice Leadership in 21st Century (Building Leadership Bridges, vol.8). Emerald Publ. pp. 279 – 293.
  • Riantoputra, Corina D. (2019). Lessons learned in establishing quality international journal. Makara Human Behavior Studies in Asia, vol 23(2):127 – 130.
  • Dewi, R. C., & Riantoputra, Corina D. (2019). Felt accountability: The role of personality and organizational factors, Journal of Management, vol 38(4): 312-322
  • Riyadi, N., Asakarunia, D. Wijaya, F., & Riantoputra, Corina D. (2019). The construction of positive leader identity: Acquiring a leadership position and being accepted by others, in Sendjaja, S. (ed). Leading for high performance in Asia: Contemporary research and evidence-based practices, chp. 4. Singapore: Springer.
  • Corina D. Riantoputra. (2019). Multiple authorship: Goldmines or booby traps. Makara Human Behavior Studies in Asia, vol 23(1): 1-3.
  • Corina D. Riantoputra. (2018). A note from the editor: Professionalization of Academics and Quality Journals. Makara Human Behavior Studies in Asia, vol 22(2): 67-68
  • Riantoputra, Corina D., & Gatari, E., (2017). Women Leaders in Indonesia: Current Pictures and Strategies for Improvement, in Y. Cho, R, Gosh, J. Sun, & G. Clean, (eds.), Current perspectives on Asian women in leadership: A cross cultural analysis, p. 55-70. NY: Palgrave Macmilan. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-54996-5
  • Duarsa, H., & Riantoputra, Corina D. (2017) Leader-Member Exchange as a Mediator in the Relationship between Benevolence Value and Leader Effectiveness: An Insight into the Hotel Industry of Bali, Asian Journal of Business and Accounting, vol. 10(2), 281-301.
  • Andiyasari, A., Matindas, R.W., & Riantoputra, Corina D., (2017), Voice Behavior: The role of perceived support and psychological ownership. South East Asian Management, vol. 11(1), 1-24.
  • Riantoputra, Corina D., Bastaman, A., & Duarsa, H. C. (2017), Positive identity as a leader in Indonesia: It is your trait that count, not your gender., in Diversity in Unity: Perspectives from Psychology and Behavioral Science. Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group, London
  • Mustika, A., & Riantoputra, Corina D. (2017). The important role of leader-member exchange in the relationship between cognitive and affective trust and leader effectiveness. Diversity in Unity: Perspectives from Psychology and Behavioral Science. Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group, London
  • Riantoputra,  Corina D., Maharisa, W., & Faridhal, T. (2016). Acquiescent and Defensive Silence in an Indonesian Context. Makara Human Behavior Studies in Asia, vol. 20 (2), 122-131.
  • Riantoputra, Corina D., (2015). Pemimpin (Perempuan) yang Bertindak (Women Leaders that drive performances).  Majalah Alumni UI, April.
  • Munawaroh, Azizatul, Riantoputra, Corina D., & Marpaung, Sally B. (2013). Factors influencing individual performance in an Indonesian Government Office., South East Asian Journal of Management, vol 7 (2), 51-60.
  • Mahaputra, B., Riantoputra, Corina D., & Respati, A. (2013). Peran employability dalam hubungan job insecurity dengan kepuasan kerja. (The role of employability in the relationship between insecurity and job satisfaction).  Makara: Human Behavior Studies in Asia, vol. 17(2).
  •  Riantoputra, Corina D., (2010). Know thyself: Examining factors that influence the activation of organizational identity concepts in top managers’ minds, Group & Organization Management, 35, 8-38.
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