- Professional Experience:
Vice Dean of the School of Business Administration and head of the specialization in administration, Lander Institute Academic Center in Jerusalem;
Course coordinator for MBA programs at the Open University; adjunct lecturer in the Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University; Senior consultant organizations in international management;
Former chief editor of Israeli Journal of Organizational Consulting.
2009- Ph.D. in organizational behavior and organizational psychology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1994- M.A. magna cum laude in social psychology and organizational sociology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1985- B.A. in social work and sociology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
- Subjects Taught:
Organizational behavior, international management, human resources management, organizational diagnosis, employee participation processes, developing management and introductions to social, normal, abnormal and developmental psychology.
- Research Interests:
Relocation, cultural differences between countries, leadership and personality traits.
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2. Ornoy, H., Levi-Nishri, G., & Uziel, L. (2014). The Relationship between the Personality and Gender and the Adjustment to a Foreign Culture: Comparative Research between Expatriates and Business Trip Travelers. International Journal of Business Administration, 5(3), 122-135.
3. Cohen, Y., Ornoy, H. & Keren, B. (2013). Personality Types of Project Managers and their Success: A Field Survey. Project Management Journal, 44(3),78-87.
4. Ornoy, H., & Tarba, S. (2013). The Relocation Processes and International Business Travelers in the Era of Globalization and Their Impact on Employee.