סגל המרצים בבית הספר לניהול

סגל המרצים בבית הספר לניהול


 
ד״ר אריה רשף

ד״ר אריה רשף

תחומי התמחות:

בעל תארים מ.א ודר' בפסיכולוגיה חינוכית מהאוניברסיטה העברית בירושלים. התמחה בפסיכולוגיה של ההתנהגות המוסרית ובאתיקה ארגונית. טרם הצטרפותו למכללת הגליל המערבי לימד בחוג לשירותי אנוש במכללה האקדמית עמק יזרעאל שבמסגרתו היה אחראי על מערך לימודי השדה, ובתוכניות הMBA- באוניברסיטת חיפה . פרסם מאמרים רבים בנושא אתיקה בארגונים בעיתונות המקצועית והוביל תהליכי פיתוח והטמעה של קודים אתיים בארגונים ובאגודות מקצועיות. חבר באגודה האמריקאית לאתיקה בעסקים והציג את עבודותיו במספר רב של כנסים בינלאומיים. לפני סיום לימודי התואר השלישי שרת בתפקידים בכירים במערך ההדרכה בצה"ל ומילא מספר תפקידים במערך משאבי אנוש ברפא"ל.
 

קורסים נבחרים:

יחסי עבודה, אתיקה ניהולית, סמינריונים
 

שעות קבלה:

 
טלפון: 04-9015382
 
 
 
 
 

Offices in University Academic Administration

  • 2015- present    Students' field practice program academic coordinator. Sir Harry Solomon School of Management, Western Galilee College.
  • 2015- present    Member of board of directors, Kinneret Institute for Applied Ethics in Organizations, Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee.
  • 2013- present    Member of board of directors, Center for the Study of Organizations and Human Resources Management, Faculty of Management, University of Haifa.
  • 2013- present    Research Seminar Coordinator, Center for the Study of Organizations and Human Resources Management, Faculty of Management, University of Haifa.
  • 2009- 2014        Academic coordinator of students' field studies, Department of Human Services, The Max Stern Yezreel Valley College.
  • 2005- 2008        Coordinator of the "Ofek" management program, Department of Human Services, The Max Stern Yezreel Valley College.
  • 2008- present    Member of the Ethic Committee, Faculty of management, University of  Haifa.
  • 2008- present    Member of the Ethic Committee , Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences, University of  Haifa.
 

Scholarly Positions and Activities outside the University

  • Paper  Review for Scholary Journals
    • Journal of Trust Research
    • Journal of Managerial Psychology
    • Megamot
 
  • Ethical Codes Development and Assimilation
    • 2014 – present:  Development of measure for labor relations ethical climate of organizations (in collaboration with Prof. Shay Tzafrir and Prof. Ely Weitz).
    • 2013-2014:  Development of code of ethics for the Israeli Industrial Relations Association.
    • 2009- 2010:  Development and application of professional HR code of ethics for The Israeli Society for Human Resource Management, Research and Development.
 
  • Editorial
    • 2013- present    Editor of Annual Bulletin of The Center for the Study of Organizations and Human Resources Management.
    • 2006- 2010       Editor of the special section – "Focus on Organizational Ethics" Human Resources Magazine.
 
  • Organizational Development Projects
    • Ministry of Defense
    • IDF
    • Ministry of Health
 
  • Membership in Professional Associations
    • American Society for Business Ethics
    • Transparency International Israel
    • The Israeli Association for Industrial Relations Research
 
  • Participation in Scholarly Conferences
 

Active Participation

  • Reshef, A., & Weitz, E. (2015). Moral (spiritual?) considerations of Israeli business managers. Spirituality & Creativity in Management World Congress, 23-25 April, ESADE , Barcelona, Spain.
  • Barnetz, Z., Reshef, A., & Muscal, N. (2014). Interaction between self-acceptance, empathy and values, a mixed methods research. The Sixth Israeli conference on qualitative research methods. 4-6 February, 2014, Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheba.
  • Reshef, A. (2012). Recognizing moral Issues in the business environment. 2012 Annual Meeting of the Society for Business Ethics, 3-5 August, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
  • Reshef, A. (2012). CSR from managers' point of view. The Fifth interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Research Methods, 6-8 March, Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheba Israel.
  • Reshef, A. (2011). I'm not a businessperson; I'm a person doing business or I'm a person in my home and a businessperson in the business environment.2011 Annual Meeting of the Society for Business Ethics, 12-14 August, San Antonio, Texas, USA.
  • Reshef, A., & Simonovich, H. (2011). Myth & reality in CSR. The Second Annual Conference of ESPAnet Israelon Social Policy in Isreal: Research, Theory and Practice, 10 Februar, Emek Yzreel Academic College, Tel Adashim.
  • Reshef, A. (2010). Moral schemata of Israeli managers. Conference on research of ethics, moral codes and correct behavior – Dov Yezreeli Center for transparency and organizational ethics, 29 December, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
  • Reshef, A. (2010). What I didn't dare to report in my research. The Use of Episodic Data in Qualitative research. The Fourth Israeli conference on qualitative research methods. February, Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheba.
  • Reshef, A. (2009). Ethical discourse in service Organizations.  The 15th national Conference of The Israeli Quality Association, 24 November, Tel Aviv.
  • Reshef, A. (2008). Identifying ethical issues in the business environment. Conference on research of ethics, moral codes and correct behavior Dov Yezreeli Center for transparency and organizational ethics, December 2008. School of Business Administration, Rishon leZion. The article was awarded "best article" of the conference.
  • Reshef, A. (2008). Will the two go together? Integration of teaching quality and quantity research methods. The third Israeli conference on qualitative research methods. February, 2008, Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheba.
  • Reshef, A. (2006) Application of mixed methods methodology to moral decision making research. Mixed Methods Conference ,20-24 July, Cambridge, UK.
  • Reshef, A. (2006). Application of naturalist methods in research of moral behavior of managers.  The Second Israeli Multidisciplinary Conference on Qualitative Research Methods, June, Tel Aviv.
  • Reshef, A. (2005). The need to emphasize social and psychological impacts on moral human behavior, through teaching moral management. Conference for techniques and issues concerning teaching of ethical business and organizational management. November, Tel Aviv.
  • Reshef, A. (2005). Concerns in implementation of cultural ethics in organizations. The 11th Israeli Conference of Internal Auditing, November, Jerusalem.
  • Reshef, A. (2005). Considerations of moral balance in business Leaders’ decision-making. The 12th Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics, October, New York, USA.
  • Reshef, A. (2004). Moral aspects of  Israeli managers decision making processes. The 1st Multidisciplinary Israeli Conference on Qualitative Research Methods. March, 2004. Tel Aviv.
  • Reshef, A. (2000). Managers show sensitivity- a platform for business managers as to human resources as shown in reported ethical dilemmas. The 12th Annual Conference for Human Resources Management, Tel -Aviv.
  • Baram, M., & Reshef, A. (1999). Finding faults in complex systems - the functional aspect. The 8th Annual International Conference of the Israeli Quality Institute, November. Binyanei Haooma, Jerusalem.
  • Reshef, A. (1998). Organizational training processes - When do they Work? The 5th Training & Development Conference. May 18-20, December 18-20.  Kfar Hamaccabia, Ramat Gan, Israel.
  • Reshef, A. (1995). Ethical decision making  in human resource management. The Conference of Human Resources Management, MIL. 24 April, Tel Aviv
  • Reshef, A. (1974). Raising the moral judgment in children through role playing. Conference on Moral Education, 24, May, Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheba.
 

Professional Experience

  • 1997 – 2000: Manager of human resources and organizational development – missile division, Israeli weapons development authority (Rafael).The position included the responsibility for designing and executing managerial training, dealing with psychological selection procedures of new candidates, responsibility for division training, implementation of questionnaires and personal guidance for managers.  Simultaneously, providing workshops and lectures for managerial training at the central school for managers run by Rafael and professional guidance for the E-Learning project.
 
  • 1993 – 1997:  Manager of human resources of R & D and Engineering Division – Missile Division, RAFAEL. In the framework of developing the infrastructure of management to assist human resource crews, numbering 650 employees, I advised the managers of the division for human resources.  The focus varied from how to deal with issues concerning firing to designing a plan for guidance and development of human resources as a career track.
    -Development of computerized programs to increase efficiency in the work place.
    -Organizational development – improvement in work teams, implementation of customer questionnaires and counseling on the subject of organizational structure.
 
  • 1988 – 1993: Head of training division for training and organizational development Rafael Headquarters
Manager of a professional crew numbering 11 employees. My duties included:
-formation of policy for organizational training, identifying needs, establishing a framework for internal and external extended training (including manager training), consolidating organizational priorities as to training and obligatory policies. 
-Activating teams of employees and guides to perform training within the organization.
-Guidance and development of an organizational framework to improve divisional function.
- Implementation of questionnaires to internal and external customers, formulating questionnaires on morale and providing organizational and personal facilitation.
- Responsibility for psychometric selection and guidance for the units of the organization responsible for internal and external candidates.
- Personal guidance and personal development including retraining.
- Editing and production of the Rafael information publication.
 
  • 1984 -1988: Head Customer Training Department (lent to RAFAEL by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) until the end of 1986).
- Founding and professional establishment of Rafael customer training as witnessed by women IDF soldiers as well as foreign customers.
- Implementing professional tactics for the development of training combined with progressive training technologies.
- Training guides to counsel internal customers simultaneously – during the borrowing period from the IDF – performing workshops on the subject. "Procedures in decision making under uncertain conditions" For the air branch of the IDF commanders' academy.
 
  • 1981-1984: Head of research and development unit IDF Headquarters – Military rank: lieutenant colonel. 
In the framework of this role I was responsible for a crew of 12 officers and civilians who dealt with the following:
a. development of new teaching methods their implementation in the entire IDF:
    computerized teaching methods
    self-teaching packages
    audio-visual aids and teaching films
    simulations
b. development of training courses for women soldiers in the IDF
c. authorization of training in the IDF
d. advise and counseling to functionaries in training positions
e. preparing projects for headquarter of the Chief of Staff
 
  • 1980-1981: Head of training and teaching Air Force headquarters –Military  rank: major.
Responsibility for implementation of progressive teaching methods and characterizing simulated teaching.
 
  • 1975 -1980: Commander of research and development for training unit School of  Flight, IAF– Military rank: major.
Professional instruction and command of psychological staff responsible for:
Selection of candidates for flying course
Training of flying instructors
Developing teaching methods
Formulation of instruction plans
Participation in evaluation committee
Diagnoses of trainees having difficulties including observation during flights in multi-seat aircraft
 
  • 1972-1975: Research Coordinator in the Center of Educational Administration – University of Haifa.
In the framework of the role at the research center and administration:
Assisted in editing the professional publication "Studies in Educational Administration" and responsibility for the evaluation of the group involved in constructing the simulation for management of the public school headed by Prof. Samuel Popper of the University of Minnesota.
 
  • 1970-1972: Management of the research and development laboratory for training youth at Beit Rothenberg in Haifa in cooperation with the unit for teacher training -Technion.
Responsibility for training youth and researching and evaluating informal educational programs.

 

PUBLICATIONS

  • Arie Reshef, Ph.D. (* publications since last promotion) Ph.D. DissertationReshef, A. (2008). Recognizing Moral Issues in a Complex Environment. School of Education, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 250 Pages. (Hebrew).Supervisor: Prof. Mordecai Nisan
  • Scientific Books (Refereed) Reshef, A. (1976). Psychological Aspects of Flight Training. Tel Aviv: IAF, Training Department. 101 p. (Approved by a special scientific committee nominated by head of training department IAF). (Hebrew).
  •  Articles in Refereed Journals
  • *Goussinsky, R., Reshef, A., Yanay-Ventura, G., & Yassour Borochowitz, D. (2011). Teaching qualitative research for human services students: A three-phase model. Journal of Qualitative Reports, 16(1), 126-146.
  • Articles or Chapters in Scientific Books  *Goussinsky R., Reshef, A., Yanay-Ventura, G., & Yassour Borochowitz, D. (2011). Opening the qualitative eye model:A three-phase model for teaching qualitative research. In: O. Hazan & L. Notov (Eds.), Teaching Qualitative Research: Principles and Challenges (pp. 81-105). Tel Aviv: Mofet. (Hebrew).
  •  Articles in Conference Proceedings Reshef, A. (2005). Considerations of moral balance in business leaders’ decision-making. the 12th Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics Manuscripts Book (pp. 20-30). New York: St. John’s University.
  • Other Publications (Not including classified military research materials)
 

Articles in Professional Journals

  • Reshef, A. (2013).Ethics in talent management. Annual Bulletin of The Center for the Study of Organizations and Human Resources Management, 8-13. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2013). The need for more humanity in HRM. Annual Bulletin of The Center for the Study of Organizations and Human Resources Management, 3-10. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2010). Ethics in industrial relations. The Newsletter of The Israeli Association for Industrial Relations Research, 10-20. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2009). Social responsibilities of corporations (CSR) – the myth and the reality. Human Resources, September-October issue, 1-10. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2009). Picking it up on the way – on tolerating corruption. Human Resources, January-February issue, 10-16. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2006). Inside information in business versus industrial espionage – is it the same? What are the boundaries? Human Resources, 219-220, 44-46. (Hebrew).
  •  Reshef, A. (2005). Implementation of reforms is impossible if human honor is crushed. Human Resources, 210, 22-26. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2005). They say there is love – What is love? Response to an article by S. Tadmor and N. Goldfein: "Love working with you". Human Resources, 205, 48-56. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A., Tzafrir, S., Hareli, S., & Aharon, O. (2004). Human resource manager as the compass and moral conscience of the organization.  Neto Plus, 171, 67-70. (Hebrew).
  • Tzafrir, S., Hareli, S., Reshef, A., & Aharon, O. (2004). Organizational crises and decreased efficiency: These don't necessarily decrease trust by Employees. Management, 158, 8-13. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2004). Emotion as a moral sensor. Human Resources, 203, 56-66. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2004). The Process of developing professional HRM Ethical Code. Human Resources, 201-202, 77-83. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2004). I promise to tell the truth, the whole truth (according to the code of ethics or only part of it). Human Resources, 198, 30-38. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2004). The dilemma of the mouse and the mouse-hole: which is the thief, the hole the mouse? Or why did respected doctors keep quiet in the Dr. Yakirovitch affair? Human Resources, 189-190, 42-49. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2003). From Chalanger to Columbia – anatomy of destructive ambition, obligation to success at any price while taking uncalled for risks, intra-organizational communication  faults and lack of organizational teaching  systems – where were the organization facilitators? Human Resources, 189-190, 42-49. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2003).  The impact of violent culture in the community on aggressiveness in the work place – another aspect demanding organizational social responsibility. Human Resources, 188, 42-43. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2003). On the importance of moral principles: concern, responsibility, caring and compassion towards others, and on the fear of their disappearance in Israel, 2003. Human Resources, 185, 2-16. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2003).  All of my teachers taught – terminations in the education system 2003 – what is the lesson? Human dignity – a value or just an embarrassing phrase? Human Resources, 184, 18-21. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2003). Who's afraid of Margaret Thatcher? On responsibility of the organization toward employee termination. Human Resources, 181, 8-10. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2002). The use of drama for development of organizational ethics. Human Resources, 179, 15-20. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2002). A Dictionary for techniques in avoiding moral responsibility in managerial decision making. Human Resources, 177, 32-37. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2002). Flood on the horizon – who will put their finger in the dam? The human resources manager! Human Resources, 175, 22-24. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2002). Ethical organizational culture – essential conditions for promotion of organizational learning. Human Resources, 173, 16-20. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2002). Applying ethical code in Human Resource Management – is this a realistic demand? Human Resources, 172, 10-11. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2002). Characteristics of considerations when dealing with Moral dilemmas in human resource management. Human Resources, 170, 13-17. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2002). The 'Enron' collapse – the big bang of corporate ethics. Human Resources, 170, 7-11. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2001). The necessity of success in business in the face of moral principles – how can managers navigate between the two? Human Resources, 165, 20-27. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (2001).  Moral sensitivity – a necessary component in managerial development. Human Resources, 158, 36-43. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (1998). Emotional intelligence, a new concept. Rafael Newsletter, June, 12-13. (Hebrew).
  • Reshef, A. (1990). Customer culture and its impact training programs. Rafael Newsletter, November, 16-17. (Hebrew).
 

Professional Unclassified Reports

  • Reshef, A. (1987). Customer Training –Teaching and research, applications for worldwide research and development centers and the influence on hardware planning. Ministry of Defense, Rafael. 100 p. (Hebrew)
  • Reshef, A. (1985). Effective enactment of feedback dialogues – manual for managers. Department of Human Resources, Rafael. 70 p. (Hebrew)
  • Reshef, A. (1985). Exercises in decision making processes. School of high command, air force branch, IDF. (Hebrew)
  •  Reshef, A. (1983). Evaluating effectiveness of teaching by computer in the IDF, headquarters, 25 p. (Hebrew)
  • Reshef, A. (1981). Evaluating effectiveness of military simulators. Headquarters, 30 p. (Hebrew)
  • Reshef, A. (1978). The Characteristics of the Pilot of the '80's and future training programs  Research report, School of Flight , IAF, IDF, 30 p. (Hebrew)