Ph.D. Tel Aviv University, 1985.
The Faculty of Management,
Tel Aviv University,
Tel Aviv, 69978, Israel
Shmuel Ellis received his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Tel Aviv University in 1985. During the years 1985 – 1988 he was on the faculty of the Open University of Israel and during the years 1990-1992 he was a visiting assistant professor at the Sloan School of Management, MIT. Shmuel Ellis is currently the chairperson of the department of undergraduate management. His main areas of interest are learning from experience, organizational learning, knowledge management and organizational genealogy and social networks.
Fields of Interest
organizational learning and knowledge management, organizational genealogy and social networks.
Ellis, S., & Shpielberg, N. (2003). Organizational learning mechanisms and managers’ perceived uncertainty. Human Relations, 56(10), 1233-1254.
Ellis, S., & Davidi, I. After event reviews: Drawing lessons from failed and successful events. Journal of Applied Psychology. 90(5), 857-871.
Ellis, S., Mendel, R., & Nir, M. Learning from successful vs. failed events: The moderating role of kind of after-event-review. Journal of Applied Psychology. In press.