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Prof. Raanan Lipshitz

Is this problem likely to be solved? A cognitive schema of effective problem solving

What's Burning? The RAWFS Heuristic on the Fireground

Intuition and emotion in bank loan officers’ credit decisions

A multi-facet model of organizational learning

The One-of-Us Effect in Decision Evaluation

Taking Stock of Naturalistic Decision Making

Dr. Eran Vigoda-Gadot

Public sector innovation for the managerial and the post-managerial era: Promises and realities in a globalizing public administration

Perceptions of politics and perceived performance in public and private organizations: A test of one model across two sectors

From responsiveness to collaboration:Governance, citizens, and the next generation of public administration

Prof. Itzhak Harpaz

The workaholism phenomenon: a cross-national perspective

Work Centrality and Post-Award Work Behavior of Lottery Winners

Offensive working conditions: The 19th century is already here (Hebrew)

Test-retest Reliability of the Relative Work Centrality Measure

Implementation and enforcement of employees' rights in Israel (Hebrew)

The state of trade unionism in Israel

To Work or not to Work: Winning the lottery and the wish to continue working (Hebrew)

Workaholism: Its definition and nature

Work and Family in the Israeli Society: 20 years of research (Hebrew)

Attitudinal and Demographic Antecedents of Workaholism

An Empirical Assessment of the Determinants of Judicial Discretion in Issuing Injunctions against Striking Workers (Hebrew)

An Empirical Assessment of the Determinants of Judicial Discretion in Issuing Injunctions against Striking Workers

Prof. Yitzhak Samuel

The use of organizational learning mechanisms: Environmental, managerial, and cultural correlates

Dr. Rebeca Raijman

Perceived threat and exclusionary attitudes towards foreign workers in IsraelPopulation size, perceived threat, and exclusion: a multiple-indicators analysis of attitudes toward foreigners in GermanyPromoting Hispanic Immigrant Entrepreneurship in Chicago

Dr. Shlomo Hareli

The Role of Communicating Social Emotions Accompanying Apologies in Forgiveness

Emotion cycles: On the social influence of emotion in organizations

The Role of Causal Attributions in Survivors’ Emotional Reactions to Downsizing

The Role of Causal Attribution in Hurt Feelings and Related Social Emotions Elicited in Reaction to Other's Feedback about Failure

Factors in the doctor–patient relationship that accentuate physicians’ hurt feelings when patients terminate the relationship with them

How children feel about their fathers’ work in the hi-tech sector

Prof. Shay Tzafrir

HRM in Israel – New  challenges. Tzafrir, S. S., Baruch, Y. and Meshoulam, I. (2007). International Journal of Human Resource Management. 18(1), 114 – 131

The influence of the perceptions of HRM practices on perceived service quality and the contribution of trust to the interaction between them. Tzafrir, S. S., and Gur, A. Research and Practice in Human Resource Management

Predictors of “quality of work” and “poor health” amongst primary health-care personnel in Catalonia: Evidence based on cross sectional, retrospective and longitudinal design. Dolan. S. L., García. S., Cabezas. C., and Tzafrir, S. S. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance

A universalistic perspective for explaining the relationship between HRM practices and firm performance at different points in time. Tzafrir, S. S. (2006). Journal of Managerial Psychology, 21(2), 109 – 130

The relationship between trust, HRM practices and firm performance. Tzafrir, S. S. (2005). International Journal of Human Resource Management, 16(9), 1600 – 1622.

Testing the causal relationships between procedural justice, trust and organizational citizenship behaviour. Dolan S.L., Tzafrir S., Baruch Y. (2005). Revue de gestion des ressources  humaines, 57(Sep), 79 - 89.

The consequences of emerging HRM practices for employees trust in their managers. Tzafrir, S. S Harel, G., Baruch, Y., and Dolan, L. S. (2004). Personnel Review, 33(6): 628-647.

Dr. Zehava Rosenblatt

Predicting teacher absenteeism by personal background factors. Rosenblatt, Z. & Shirom, A. (2005). Journal of Educational Administration, 43,2, 209-225.

The effects of organizational-level characteristics on the absence behavior of school administrators: A multi-level analysis. Rosenblatt. Z. & Shirom, A. (2006). Educational Administration Quarterly, 42, 3, 361-384.

Does promotion affect absenteeism: A panel study of the effect of supervisory positions and promotion in the teaching profession. Shirom, A. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2006). Journal of Organizational and Occupational Psychology, 79, 623-644.

The role of national values in organizational training: A comparative study in 16 countries. Peretz, H. & Rosenblatt, Z. (2006). In: Mark Weaver (Ed.), Proceedings of the Sixty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643.

Dr. Avi Wasser

A Framework for Ontological Standardization of Business Process Content. Lincoln M., Karni R. and Wasser A. Proceedings of  ICEIS 2007, the 9th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, June, 2007, Funchal, Madeira - Portugal. 

ERP Reference Process Models: from Generic to Specific. Wasser A., Lincoln M., Karni R. Proceedings of 2nd Workshop on Business Processes Design (BPD'06), September 2006, Vienna, Austria.

ProcessGene Query - a Tool for Querying the Content Layer of Business Process Models. Wasser A., Lincoln M. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference Business Process Management (BPM 2006), September 2006, Vienna, Austria.

Accelerated Enterprise Process Modeling through a Formalized Functional Typology. Wasser A., Lincoln M. and Karni, R. Lecture Notes in Computer Science: BPM 2005: 446-451, Springer-Verlag.

An Interface for Integrating Structure and Content Frameworks for Enterprise Business Process Modeling Systems. Wasser, A., Lincoln, M. and Karni, R. Proceedings of Thirteenth Israel Conference on Industrial Engineering and Management, October 2004, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Dr. Shaul Oreg

Personality, Context and Resistance to Organizational Change. Oreg, S., (2006), European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 15(1), 73-101.

Predicting Pro-Environmental Behavior Cross-Nationally: National Values and the Theory of Planned Behavior.Oreg, S. & Katz-Gerro, T., (2006), Environment and Behavior, 38(4), 462-483.

Laggards in Disguise: Resistance to Adopt and the Leapfrogging Effect. Goldenberg, J. & Oreg, S., (2007), Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 74, 1272-1281.

Individual Differences in Crime Seriousness Judgments: Chivalry and the Moderating Effect of Ambivalent Sexism. Herzog, S., & Oreg, S., (forthcoming), Law and Society Review.

Daily Work Contexts and Resistance to Organizational Change: The Role of Leader-Member Exchange, Perceived Development Climate, and Change Process Quality. Van Dam, K., Oreg, S., & Schyns, B., (forthcoming), Applied Psychology: An International Review.

CEO values, organizational culture, and firm outcomes. Berson, Y., Oreg, S., & Dvir, T., (forthcoming), Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Dr. Tali Seger

Mannheim, Bilha & Seger, Tali (1993). Mothers' occupational characteristics: family position and sex-role orientation as related to adolescents’ work-values, Issues of Youth & Society, March 1993.


Prof. Itzhak Harpaz
The workaholism phenomenon: a cross-national perspective
Work Centrality and Post-Award Work Behavior of Lottery Winners
Prof. Yitzhak Samuel
The use of organizational learning mechanisms: Environmental, managerial, and cultural correlates
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Ahuva Goren-Windsor, Ph.D.
Environmental Psychologist, Max Stern Academic College of Emek Yezreel

workplace design considerations


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