- Professional Experience:
25 years, consulted to dozens of organizations, particularly financial and industrial companies; organizational analysis and consultation for executives and management; accompanying organizational change, developing employee development plan; Senior Organizational Consultant (IPPA certified), member of the Brodet Commission for Strategic Planning, National Insurance Institute.
1999: Ph.D School of Business Administration, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1985: M.A. in organizational behavior, School of Business Administration, Tel Aviv University.
1977: B.A., School of Social Work, and Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
- Subjects Taught:
Leadership in organizations, organizational change, organizational assessment, organizational consultation, directing students’ final projects.
- Research Interests:
Leadership in organizations and leadership development; impact of organizational changes on people in the organization.
1. “Skin in the Game: Aligning the Interests of Credit Rating Agencies, Proxy Advisors, and Investors,” Harvard Business Law Review (2017).
2. “Great Expectations: The Peril of an Expectations Gap in Proxy Advisory Firm Regulation,” Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 77 (2015).
3. “Regulatory inertia and interest groups: Empirical evidence from the field of regulation of capital markets,” Legal Studies 635 (2016). (in Hebrew).
4. “Who Supervises the Israeli Securities Authority and who Participates in its Regulation,” Law & Business (2014) (Hebrew).
5. “Mixed Motives for Trade-Based Manipulation”, Law & Business (2013) (Hebrew).