Dr. Zvi Josman

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Dr. Zvi Josman
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EDUCATION 


Psy.D. Organizational Psychology. 1994. 
Graduate School of Professional & Applied Psychology. Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey, USA. 
Dissertation: "An Evaluation of the Impact of a Corporate Stress Management Intervention Program". 
Supervisors: Profs. Cary Cherniss-Chair, Charlie A. Maher. 

M.A. Social Experimental Psychology. 1989. Magna cum laude. 
Department of Psychology. Tel-Aviv University. Israel.
Thesis: "Latent Inhibition and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders". 
Supervisor: Prof. Robert "Bob" Lubow. 

B.A. Psychology (Expanded major). Cum laude. 1981. Department of Psychology. Bar-Ilan University. Israel. 

 


ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE 


Assistant Professor-Graduate School of Business Administration. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel. (1996-present). 

Visiting Lecturer - Kozminski Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship, Warsaw, Poland. (2001 - present). 

Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia. MBA Business School Program (2001). 

Nanyang Technology University, Singapore (2002). 

Adjunct Lecturer - Graduate School of Management, Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick. 1992-3. 

 


TEACHING EXPERIENCE 


Graduate courses taught (MBA, Executive MBA, & International MBA programs) (C = course; S = seminar). 

Research Methods (C) 
Business Policy & Strategy (C & S)
Research Seminar – Management & Organizational Behavior (S) 
Principles of Management (C)
Organizational Behavior (C) Managerial Cognition & Decision-Making (S) 
Groups in Organizations (C)
Thought in Action (S) 
Introduction to Behavioral Sciences (C)
Organizational Diagnosis (C) 

Research

Research Fields

 

 

  • Performance Appraisal & PA Management Systems: design, implementation & evaluation; development of multi-level methodologies, generating objective business measures. 
     
  • Information Systems: design & implementation of organization-wide control and information systems for informing decision-making processes. 
     
  • Managerial Cognition: thought & action, behavioral decision-making & problem-solving, creativity & innovation. 
     
  • Work Attitudes: commitment, retention, absenteeism, values, OCB, & self-management. 
     
  • Military Psychology: applying behavioral science knowledge at strategic & operational levels. 
     
  • Evaluation & Measurement: formative & summative assessments of organizational programs & interventions; analysis of program & project design and implementation.
     
  • Work Stress: stress management & coping, organizational coping mechanisms, job design & stress, occupational health. 

 

 

Research Projects

 

 

 

  • ISRAEL 
    Senior Consultant Hi-Tech companies: Design and development of managerial control systems; succession-planning and coaching senior management team; performance appraisal system design. 
     
  • Director of Evaluation & Applied Research and Senior Consultant - Human Resources International (HRI) Consulting (1994-2002). 
     
  • Performance Appraisal Systems - design, implementation and evaluation; 
     
  • Organizational diagnosis and intervention; 
     
  • Pilot and air-controller selection and system design, validation & implementation; 
     
  • Evaluator of compensatory education programs; 
    Evaluator of experimental educational innovation programs. 
     
  • Senior military psychologist - School for Leadership Development, Israel Defence Forces (IDF). Leadership development, commander coaching, supervision and training of consultants. 
     
  • Psychologist - Sea Commando Fleet, Israel Navy, IDF. 
    Design & overhaul of training activities, assessment of officers & candidates, and research on human factors (cognition, stress, and performance). 
     
  • Psychologist - Human Factors & Resources Unit, Aviation Medicine & Psychology Branch, Israel Air Force, IDF. Cockpit resource maintenance (CRM) research, research in aviation stress, cognition, decision-making and performance; pilot cadet selection and system validation. 
     
  • Coordinator of programs in the Behavioral Sciences, IDF Senior Command & Staff College. Cognition and action, problem-solving and decision-making, organization, innovation and creativity. 
     
  • Head of Operational Organizational Psychology; Military Reserves, IDF Central Command. 
     

  • INTERNATIONAL 
    Consultant to a few multi-national corporations in Asia-Pacific Region, in areas of: Management Selection, Corporate Management Development, Performance Appraisal System Development, Performance Measurement and Evaluation (1997-present). 
     
  • Program consultant - Bellcore-Research & Development Telecommunications Corporation. 
     
  • Consultant to international clients in design and implementation of personnel recruiting and computerized selection: Singapore Airlines pilot selection, EuroControl air-traffic controllers, and Defense Ministries in a few European and Asian countries. (1995-99). 
     
  • Organizational Consultant - Israeli Delegation in North America, World Zionist Organization (WZO), New York (1989-92).

 

 

Publications

 

Journals

  • 1. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 2. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    3. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 4. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    5. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 6. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    7. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 8. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    9. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 10. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    11. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 12. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    13. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 14. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    15. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 16. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    17. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 18. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    19. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 20. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    21. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 22. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    23. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 24. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    25. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 26. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    27. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 28. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    29. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 30. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    31. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 32. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    33. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 34. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    35. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 36. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    37. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 38. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    39. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 40. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    41. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 42. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    43. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 44. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    45. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 46. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    47. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 48. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    49. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 50. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    51. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 52. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    53. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 54. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
    55. Lubow, R. and Josman, Z. E. (1993). "Latent Inhibition Deficits in Hyperactive Children". Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 34 (6), pp. 959-973. 
     
  • 56. Josman, Z. E., Yehuda, N, & Tirer, T. (1999). "Challenges in Implementing and Adopting Advanced Business Management Methods in a Military Organization". Quality, 20, November, 33-37. 
     

 

Conferences

 

  • "The design and evaluation of training programs for developing managers and professionals in homecare services". 
    Paper presented at the First International Conference on Homecare. May, 1996. Jerusalem. Israel. 
     
  • "OLSS - Organizational Learning Support Systems: An analysis of computer-based platforms for enabling and facilitating organizational learning". 
    Paper presented at the National Conference on Training and Development. June, 1996. Zichron Yaakov. Israel.

Media

 

  • 1994 The Cyril Franks Distinguished Dissertation Award. 
    Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick. USA. 
     
  • 1991-1993 The Dean's List of Academic Excellence. Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey. 
     
  • 1988-1991 United States Air Force - Human Resources Laboratory. Wright-Patterson USAF Base. Awarded Research Project - #8220; Combat Stress, Stress Preparation & Combat Stress Reduction for Air-Force Maintenance Units & Organizations.