Udi Aharoni is the CEO of LAHAV Executive Education at the Recanati School of Business and a lecturer of the School's MBA and executive MBA strategy courses. He also manages the activities of the Eli Hurvitz Institute of Strategic Management at the School.
Sharon Shaked is the head of International Exchange Programs at the Recanati School of Business. She holds an MA in Resource Management from Tel Aviv University.
Idit Admon is the operational coordinator of all international activities at the Recanati School of Business. She holds an undergraduate degree in political science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Faculty (In alphabetical order)
Prof. Gadi Ariav
Gadi Ariav is an associate professor of technology and information systems management at the Recanati School of Business. He has been a faculty member at the Stern School of Business (NYU) and the Paul Merage School of Business (UC Irvine), amongst others .He was the Academic Director of Recanati's executive MBA programs between 1994 and 2005. His current academic focus is the study of global management of innovation and the use of IT for decision support. He holds a PhD in decision sciences from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Prof. Simon Benninga
Prof. Simon Benninga ( http://simonbenninga.com )
Simon Benninga is a professor of finance and the Academic Director of the Sofaer International MBA Program at Tel Aviv University. He has published over 50 papers on computational finance, corporate finance, options and derivatives. His latest books are Financial Modeling (3rd edition, MIT Press, 2008) and Principles of Finance with Excel (2nd edition, Oxford University Press, 2010). He is very active as a volunteer in a number of Israeli NGOs, and is currently Chair of the Board of the Jerusalem International YMCA.
Dr. Nir Bruller
Nir Brueller teaches in MBA and executive programs at Tel Aviv University and at INSEAD, Fontainebleau and Singapore. He specializes in corporate strategy, M&A in high-tech industries, technology transfer, and high-technology commercialization.
Prof. Gideon Kunda
Gideon Kunda is an associate professor in the Department of Labor Studies at Tel Aviv University. He has been a visiting professor at Stanford University in California and at Gothenburg University in Sweden. Prof. Kunda is an internationally recognized expert in the area of organizational culture. His book Engineering Culture: Control and Commitment in a High-Tech Corporation (1992, 2006) was chosen as Book of the Year in ???? by the American Sociological Association’s Culture.
Prof. Eitan Muller
Eitan Muller specializes managing the introduction of new products into the market, including providing answers to questions such as: Will network externalities accelerate or decelerate the growth of a new product? How ubiquitous is the chasm phenomenon and what can firms do in order to cross it successfully?
Prof. Asher Tishler
Asher Tishler is the Dean of the Recanati School of Business and Director of the Eli Hurvitz Institute of Strategic Management. He has been consultant to Israel’s Ministry of Defense, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), the Israel Electric Corporation, and Israel’s Ministry of National Infrastructures, as well as several firms in Israel and abroad. Prof. Tishler received his PhD in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has published over 100 academic papers in applied microeconomics, econometrics, energy economics, and defense-related issues
Dr. Benny Zeevi
Benny Zeevi is a Managing General Partner at DFJ Tamir Fishman Ventures and leads the company's initiatives in the life sciences sector. He is a physician specializing in interventional cardiology and pediatric cardiology. Prior to joining DFJ Tamir Fishman Ventures, Dr. Zeevi was Vice President - Business Development & Medical Director of Card Guard AG (CARDG, SWX), a position he held from 1998.