Prof. Shmuel Stashevsky

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Prof. Shmuel Stashevsky
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EDUCATION

  • 1998- Ph.D. in Business Administration, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. Grade point average: 98, Rector's list. Ph.D. Thesis: Total Quality Management (TQM) at employee's level - Influencing factors and organizational outcomes.
  • 1976- M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Israel. Grade point average: 95, Dean's list. M.Sc. Thesis: Design of a computerized message-switching center.
  • 1972- B.Sc. in Mathematics, Tel-Aviv University, Israel. Grade point average: 93, Dean's list.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

  • 1984 - Present Entrepreneur and co-founder in Hi-Tech start-up companies. KarismaTech Ltd., ScreenBoard Technologies Inc., and Assessment Systems Ltd. Consultant and lecturer. Providing consulting, education and training services in management. Member in board of directors of several companies.
  • 1978 - 1984 Sysmal-Data Systems & Products, Ltd. Positions held: CEO; Manager of Sales & Systems Department. Sysmal, a subsidiary of M.L.L., Ltd., was engaged in the import, marketing and service of microcomputers; in software development and in professional training. During my tenure, the company employed about 45 employees.
  • 1973 - 1977 Rafael - Armament Development Authority. Positions held: Team leader; Systems Analyst and Programmer. My main project was the development of David-a Field Artillery Computer.

 

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:

  • 1985 - Present School of Business Administration, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. Associate Professor/ Senior Lecturer/ Lecturer (Expert) in many Business Administration topics, especially interdisciplinary ones. Since 2000: Director of the International MBA.
  • In addition, served as lecturer at: The College of Management-Academic Studies Division, where I served also as the head of the Computers & Information Systems Department, Netanya Academic College, Tel-Aviv University, Lev Institute, Shenkar College, Rupin Institute, and Haifa University.

Research

 

Research Fields

 

  • 1. Organizational behavior 
    2. Application of new management programs 
    3. Quality Management 
    4. Participatory programs 
    5. Internet and e-commerce 
    6. Business games 
    7. Measurement scales 

 

Publications

 

BOOKS (Author):

 

       1.         Stashevsky, S., & Zilberman, R. (1978). Flowcharts and the Basic programming language, Tel-Aviv: University Publishing Enterprises. (In Hebrew). 184 pp.

 

 

BOOKS (Editor):

 

       1.         Koslowsky, M, & Stashevsky, S. (Editors). (2000). Work values and organizational behavior towards the new millennium. Proceedings of the 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, June 25-28, 2000. Jerusalem, Israel: ISAS International Seminars. 770pp.

 

       2.         Sagie, A., Stashevsky, S., & Koslowsky, M. (Editors). (2003). Misbehavior and dysfunctional attitudes in organizations, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Publishers (MacMillan Global Academic publishers). 288 pp.

 

       3.         Stashevsky, S. (Editor). (2006). Work values and behavior. Shreveport, LA, USA: ISSWOV. 660 pp.

 

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., Sagie, A., & Weisberg, J. (2000). The impact of quality and participative management on employee’s performance and satisfaction. In: Dar-El, E., Notea, A., & Hari, A. (eds.). (2000). Productivity & quality management frontiers – IX: pp. 332-338, Bradford, England: MCB University Press. 7 pp.

 

  1. Sagie, A., Stashevsky, S., & Koslowsky, M. (2003). Misbehavior in organizations. In: Sagie, A., Stashevsky, S., & Koslowsky, M. (eds.). Misbehavior and dysfunctional attitudes in organizations, pp. 1-10. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Publishers (MacMillan Global Academic publishers). 10 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Nebenzahl, I.D. (2003). Ethical issues of surfing behavior at work and at home. In: Stasiak, M.K. (ed.). Values in an era of transformation, pp. 219-229. Lodz, Poland: Publishing House of Academy of Humanities and Economics in Lodz.. 11 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Weisberg, J. (2003). “Covering-up” behavior in organizations: An empirical study. In: Sagie, A., Stashevsky, S., & Koslowsky, M. (eds.).Misbehavior and dysfunctional attitudes in organizations, pp. 57-78. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Publishers (MacMillan Global Academic publishers). 22 pp.

 

  1. Lampert, S. & Stashevsky, S. (2006). A new method for attitude measurement. In: Stashevsky, S. (ed.). Work values and behavior, pp. 168-175. Shreveport, LA, USA: ISSWOV. 8 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Liebermann, Y. (2006). Attitudes of working surfers towards online advertising. In: Stashevsky, S. (ed.). Work values and behavior, pp. 204-214. Shreveport, LA, USA: ISSWOV. 11 pp.

 

  1. Nebenzahl, I.D. & Stashevsky, S. (2006). Trends in Internet surfing behavior at work and at home. In: Stashevsky, S. (ed.). Work values and behavior, pp. 281-289. Shreveport, LA, USA: ISSWOV. 9 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Weisberg, J. (2006). Wage determination antecedents and outcomes on employees attitudes. In: Stashevsky, S. (ed.). Work values and behavior, pp. 341-350. Shreveport, LA, USA: ISSWOV. 10 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Lampert, S. (2008). Comparative study of measuring attitudes change caused by an intervention. In: Galperin, B.L. (ed.). Work values and social responsibility in a changing world: From being good to doing good, pp. 278-287. Shreveport, LA, USA: ISSWOV. 10 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (2008). Improving performance and job satisfaction by applying management programs. In: Galperin, B.L. (ed.). Work values and social responsibility in a changing world: From being good to doing good, pp. 213-221. Shreveport, LA, USA: ISSWOV. 9 pp.

 

 

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS/ PERIODICALS:

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. & Adiri, I. (1978). Design of a computerized message switching center, Operations Research26 (6), pp. 1020-1032. 13 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. & Elizur, D. (2000). The effect of quality management and participation in decision-making on individual performance, Journal of Quality Management5 (2000), pp. 53-65. 13 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., Koslowsky, M., & Sagie, A. (2002). New personnel perspectives in the work environment, International Journal of Manpower, 23(8), pp. 682-686, 5 pp.

 

  1. Koslowsky, M., Sagie, A., & Stashevsky, S. (2002). Cultural relativism and universalism in organizational behaviors, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management2(2), pp. 131-135, 5 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. & Elizur, D. (2002). Quality management of organizational referents: a structural analysis, International Journal of Manpower, 23(4), pp. 362-375. 14 pp.

 

  1. Liebermann, Y. & Stashevsky, S. (2002). Perceived risks as barriers to Internet and e-commerce usage, Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal5(4), pp. 291-300, 10 pp.

 

  1. Koslowsky, M. & Stashevsky, S. (2005). Organizational values and social power, International Journal of Manpower, 26(1), pp. 23-34. 12 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. & Koslowsky, M. (2005). Individual, group and corporate antecedents of organizational outcomes, International Journal of Manpower, 26(1),pp. 5-9. 5 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. & Burke, R. (2006). Leadership in organizations, International Journal of Manpower27(1), pp. 5-8. 4 pp.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. & Koslowsky, M. (2006). Leadership, team cohesiveness and team performance, International Journal of Manpower27(1), pp. 63-74. 12 pp.

 

  1. Liebermann, Y. & Stashevsky, S. (2009). Determinants of online shopping: Examination of an early-stage online market, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences26(4), pp. 316-331. 16 pp.

 

 

PATENTS:

 

       1.         Lampert, S. & Stashevsky, S. (2005). U.S.A. Patent No. US 6,865,519.

 

       2.         Lampert, S. & Stashevsky, S. (2007). Israel Patent No. 138955.

 

       3.         Lampert, S. & Stashevsky, S. (In registration process) the European Patent Office Application No. 01978777.9.

 

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

 

  1. Richard, J. (2005). "Book review – Misbehavior and Dysfunctional Attitudes in Organizations – Sagie, A, Stashevsky, S. & Koslowsky, M.", Employee Relations, 27(1), pp. 118-120.

 

  1. Varkkey, B. (2005). "Book review – Sagie, A, Stashevsky, S. & Koslowsky, M. - Misbehavior and Dysfunctional Attitudes in Organizations", VISION-The Journal of Business Perspectives, 9(3), pp. 109-110.

 

 

PROCEEDINGS AND ABSTRACTS:

 

       1.         Stashevsky, S., & Elizur, D. (1997).  The structure of behavior towards Quality Management. Proceedings of the Sixth International Facet Theory Conference, Liverpool, U.K., September 22-24, 1997, pp. 146-153. 8 pp.

 

       2.         Stashevsky, S. (1998). The effects of quantitative tools vs. human-resource methods on performance - An empirical study, Abstracts of the INFORMS International Meeting: Management Science and Operations Research in an Emerging Region, , Tel-Aviv, Israel, June 28-July 1, 1998,  p. 35. 1 pp.

 

       3.         Stashevsky, S., & Stashevsky, C. (1998). Coping with suffering in the Bible, in modern psychology, and in social work practice, Abstracts of the Joint World Congress of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) and the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW), Jerusalem, Israel, July 5-9, 1998, p. 34. 1 pp.

 

       4.         Stashevsky, S. (1998). Application of Total Quality Management in Social Work, Abstracts of the Joint World Congress of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) and the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW), Jerusalem, Israel, July 5-9, 1998, p. 45. 1 pp.

 

       5.         Stashevsky, S., & Elizur, D. (1998). Total Quality Management (TQM), improvement efforts and performance, Proceedings of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values (ISSWOV) Sixth Bi-Annual Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, July 12-15, 1998, pp. 317-321. 5 pp.

 

       6.         Stashevsky, S., & Elizur, D. (1998). Total Quality Management (TQM): A structural analysis, Proceedings of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values (ISSWOV) Sixth Bi-Annual Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, July 12 - 15, 1998, pp. 311-316. 6 pp.

 

       7.         Stashevsky, S. (1998). The effects of demographic data on individual work attitudes, Abstracts of the International Conference Border-Free Employment and Careers, Ma’ale Hachamisha, Israel, November 15-18, 1998, p. 68. 1 pp.

 

       8.         Stashevsky, S. (1998). The relative effects of the various aspects of Total Quality Management individual behavior on performance - an empirical study,Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality, Jerusalem, Israel, December 1-3, 1998, pp. 1-9. 9 pp.

 

       9.         Stashevsky, S. (1998). The effect of organizations’ export orientation on quality programs - an empirical study, Proceedings of the European Business Academy EIBA 24th Annual Conference, Jerusalem, Israel, December 13-15, 1998, pp. 1-2. 2 pp.

 

     10.       Stashevsky, S., & Weisberg, J. (1999). Charachteristics of hiding mistakes in organizations – An empirical study, Abstracts of the 4th Jerusalem International Conference: Ethics in the Information Age, Jerusalem, Israel, June 13-16, 1999, p. 76. 1 pp.

 

     11.       Stashevsky, S. (1999). Measuring the effectiveness of Total Quality Management components from the individual perspective, Proceedings of the International Conference on TQM and Human Factors, Linkoping, Sweden, June 15-17, 1999, pp. 295-300. 6 pp.

 

     12.       Stashevsky, S. (1999). The influence of gender and age on work attitudes, Abstracts of the 34th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Tel-Aviv, Israel, July 11-15, 1999, p. 216. 1 pp.

 

     13.       Stashevsky, S. (1999). Do women differ from men in their work attitudes? Abstracts of the First International Conference: To Be a Jewish Women, Jerusalem, Israel, July 14-15, 1999, p. 44. 1 pp.

 

     14.       Stashevsky, S., & Elizur, D. (1999). Analyzing the structure of a change program by facet and factor analyses, Proceedings of the Seventh International Facet Theory Conference, Berne, Switzerland, July 26-28, 1999, pp. 299-311. 12 pp.

 

     15.       Stashevsky, C., & Stashevsky, S. (2000). Support groups for caregivers of disabled and terminal spouses, Abstracts of the 15th Annual Conference of Social Workers Association, Tel-Aviv, Israel, February 14-15, 2000, p. 95. 1pp. (In Hebrew).

 

     16.       Erensal, Y., & Stashevsky, S. (2000). Demographic variables in the dimension of organizational commitment, Proceedings of the 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, Israel, June 25-28, 2000, pp. 147-152. 6 pp.

 

     17.       Stashevsky, C., & Stashevsky, S. (2000). Ethical dilemmas in medical social work, Abstracts of the 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, Israel, June 25-28, 2000, p. 749. 1 pp.

 

     18.       Stashevsky, S., & Sagie, A. (2000). The effects of quality management and participative decision-making on organizational outcomes, Proceedings of the 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, Israel, June 25-28, 2000, pp. 615-620. 6 pp.

 

     19.       Stashevsky, S., & Weisberg, J. (2000). Factors affecting wage determination: Empirical evidence, Proceedings of the 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, Israel, June 25-28, 2000, pp. 627-632. 6 pp.

 

     20.       Stashevsky, S., & Weisberg, J. (2000). “Covering-up” atmosphere in organizations: Theoretical and empirical investigation, Proceedings of the 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, Israel, June 25-28, 2000, pp. 621-626. 6 pp.

 

     21.       Sagie, A., & Stashevsky, S. (2000). Exploring the effect of TQM on work outcomes: Does participation or quality orientation work? Proceedings of the QMED 2000 3rd International Conference on Building People and Organizational Excellence, Aarhus, Denmark, August 21-22, 2000, pp 76-84. 9 pp.

 

     22.       Liebermann, Y. & Stashevsky, S. (2001). Barriers to Internet and e-marketing usage, Proceedings of Business Intelligence and E-Marketing Workshop, Warwick, UK, December 6, 2001, pp 24-28. 5 pp.

 

     23.       Stashevsky, S., & Nebenzahl, I. (2002). Internet surfing at the workplace and at home, Proceedings of the 8th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Warsaw, Poland, June 24-27, 2002, pp. 449-455. 7 pp.

 

     24.       Stashevsky, S. & Liebermann, Y. (2002). Perceived risks of employed adults towards Internet and e-commerce, Proceedings of the 8th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Warsaw, Poland, June 24-27, 2002, pp. 441-448. 8 pp.

 

     25.       Stashevsky, S. (2002). Quality management in Israel: Empirical evidence from employees perspective, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality, Jerusalem, Israel, November 18-21, 2002, pp. 517-521. 5pp.

 

     26.       Stashevsky, S. & Liebermann, Y. (2004). Why Internet users are irritated by advertising on the Web? Proceedings of the 9th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, New Orleans, USA, August 3-6, 2004, pp. 1-8. 8 pp.

 

 

NON REFEREED ARTICLES IN JOURNALS/ PERIODICALS:

 

       1.         Stashevsky, S. (1998). Motivating employees to continuous improvement through Total Quality Management, Meydaon, Vol. 105-106, January-April 1998, pp. 165-168. (In Hebrew). 4 pp.

 

       2.         Stashevsky, S. (1999). Quality management at the end of the 20 century, Nihul- Israel Managers’ Magazine, No. 129, August 1999, pp. 4-6. (In Hebrew). 3 pp.

 

       3.         Stashevsky, S. (2008). Parkinson's law – futile work and time expanding, PMI (Project Management Institute) Israel Magazine, No. 12, May 2008, pp. 1-2 (In Hebrew), 2 pp.

 

       4.         Stashevsky, S. (2008). Legislator words –managerial principles and laws and their applications in the field, Status – the Magazine for Managerial Thinking, No. 200, February 2008, pp. 46-49, (In Hebrew) 4pp.

 

 

PROFFESIONAL TRAINNING MANUALS:

 

       1.         Stashevsky, S. (1980). Philips P-330 computer – User Manual for the accounting package, Sysmal – Data Systems & Products Ltd. (In Hebrew).

 

       2.         Stashevsky, S. (1980). Philips P-330 computer – User Manual for the computer and the general programs, Sysmal – Data Systems & Products Ltd. (In Hebrew).

 

       3.         Stashevsky, S. (1982). Level II Basic – Reference Manual, Sysmal – Data Systems & Products Ltd. (In Hebrew).

 

       4.         Stashevsky, S. (1983). Data Processing and Systems Analysis, Ministry of Education, The Education Facilities Institute Press. (In Hebrew).

 

       5.         Stashevsky, S. (1983). Computerized accounting – Planning a basic accounting program, Ministry of Education, The Education Facilities Institute Press. (In Hebrew).

 

       6.         Stashevsky, S. (1983). Computerized accounting, Ministry of Education, The Education Facilities Institute Press. (In Hebrew).

 

       7.         Stashevsky, S. (1985). Computerized project management in technology and R&D, The Israel Management Center. (In Hebrew).

 

       8.         Stashevsky, S. (1987). Computers and Information Systems, The Israel Management Center. (In Hebrew).

 

       9.         Stashevsky, S. (1987). Computerized project management in civil engineering and construction, The Israel Management Center. (In Hebrew).

 

     10.       Wolfson, M., & Stashevsky, S. (1988). Exercises and solutions manual for the Data processing course, The College of Management – Academic Studies Division. (In Hebrew).

 

     11.       Stashevsky, S. (1989). Projector – Project management software for personal computers – Scheduling - User manual, Camis – Carmon Management Information Systems Ltd. (In Hebrew).

 

     12.       Stashevsky, S. (1989). Projector – Project management software for personal computers – Multi projects - User manual, Camis – Carmon Management Information Systems Ltd. (In Hebrew).

 

     13.       Stashevsky, S. (1990). Projector – Project management software for personal computers – Resources library, Resource allocation, Inputs control and budget - User manual, Camis – Carmon Management Information Systems Ltd. (In Hebrew).

 

     14.       Stashevsky, S. (1990). Projector – Project management software for personal computers – Computerized Billing - User manual, Camis – Carmon Management Information Systems Ltd. (In Hebrew).

 

     15.       Stashevsky, S. (1991). Introduction to computers, POM – The Command and Staff College. (In Hebrew).

 

     16.       Stashevsky, S. (1991). Project management, POM – The Command and Staff College. (In Hebrew).

 

     17.       Stashevsky, S. (1991). Quantitative methods in decision making, POM – The Command and Staff College. (In Hebrew).

 

     18.       Stashevsky, S. (1992). New management methods, POM – The Command and Staff College. (In Hebrew).

 

     19.       Stashevsky, S. (1993). Project management, Intel. (In Hebrew).

 

     20.       Stashevsky, S. (1993). Monthly shutdown of the computer systems – Project management case study, Intel. (In Hebrew).

 

     21.       Stashevsky, S. (1993). Development of new processor – Project management case study, Intel. (In Hebrew).

 

     22.       Stashevsky, S. (1994). Construction of new cafeteria – Project management case study, Intel. (In Hebrew).

 

     23.       Stashevsky, S. (1994). Conversion of the silicon slices to 50 mm. – Project management case study, Intel. (In Hebrew).

 

     24.       Stashevsky, S. (1996). Project management, The Prime Minister’s Office. (In Hebrew).

 

     25.       Stashevsky, S. (1996). Quantitative methods in decision making – case studies, POM – The Command and Staff College. (In Hebrew).

 

     26.       Stashevsky, S. (1996). Project management case studies, POM – The Command and Staff College. (In Hebrew).

 

     27.       Stashevsky, S. (1996). Tasks management and production management, POM – The Command and Staff College. (In Hebrew).

 

     28.       Stashevsky, S. (1997). Decision Making, The Prime Minister’s Office. (In Hebrew).

 

     29.       Stashevsky, S. (1997). Research methods, The Prime Minister’s Office. (In Hebrew).

 

     30.       Stashevsky, S. (1997). Operational business game, The Israel Management Center. (In Hebrew).

 

     31.       Stashevsky, S. (1998). Quantitative methods, The Country School for Communication, Bezek. (In Hebrew).

 

     32.       Stashevsky, S. (1998). Tasks management and production management – Just In Time and Theory Of Constraints, The Israel Management Center. (In Hebrew).

 

     33.       Stashevsky, S., & Chashai, N. (2001). Strategic business game, Lahav - The Faculty of Management – Tel-Aviv University. (In Hebrew).

 

     34.       Stashevsky, S., & Chashai, N. (2001). Global business strategy, Lahav - The Faculty of Management – Tel-Aviv University. (In Hebrew).

 

     35.       Stashevsky, S. (2003). Planning and execution control workshop, Rafael – Armament Development Authority (In Hebrew).

 

     36.       Stashevsky, S. (2005). Research methods in business, The Blue Square (In Hebrew).

 

     37.       Stashevsky, S. (2006). Optimal resources allocation and quantitative methods, Hamil – The Israel Management Center. (In Hebrew).

 

     38.       Stashevsky, S. (2007). Operational Business Game, Bar-Ilan University – Business School (In Hebrew).

 

     39.       Stashevsky, S. (2007). Project management, Tnuva – Management Reserves Project. (In Hebrew).

 

     40.       Stashevsky, S. (2007). Business Strategy, Hamil – The Israel Management Center. (In Hebrew).

 

     41.       Stashevsky, S. (2007). Quantitative Methods in Business, Bar-Ilan University – Business School – International MBA.

 

     42.       Stashevsky, S. (2008). Operations Management, Manufacturers Association of Israel. (In Hebrew).

 

     43.       Stashevsky, S. (2008). Topaz Business Game, the Ministry of Education.

 

     44.       Stashevsky, S. (2008). Business Game – Users Guide, Bar-Ilan University – Business School (Partly in Hebrew).

 

     45.       Stashevsky, S. (2008). Experiencing project in modern market management, the Ministry of Education and Hamil – The Israel Management Center. (In Hebrew).

 

     46.       Stashevsky, S. (2009). Techniques for managing and scheduling the floor shop, Hamil – The Israel Management Center. (In Hebrew).

 

     47.       Stashevsky, S. (2009). Tasks management workshop and operational simulation, Rafael – Armament Development Authority (In Hebrew).

 

     48.       Stashevsky, S. (2009). Project management, Hamil – The Israel Management Center. (In Hebrew).

 

 

APPLIED RESEARCH REPORTS:

 

Participated in writing the following applied research reports:

 

       1.         (1974). A computerized message switching center – Feasibility study, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 05-02-74-005-00. (In Hebrew).

 

       2.         (1974). Simulation example using GASP, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 50-02-74-0004-00. (In Hebrew).

 

       3.         (1974). Battery computational computer – David – Development proposal, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 01-05-74-050-00. (In Hebrew).

 

       4.         (1975). David 16K – User Manual, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department. (In Hebrew).

 

       5.         (1975). David– Development specifications, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 60-06-74-0090-00. (In Hebrew).

 

       6.         (1976). Battery fire center – Software development specifications, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 76-0061-8450. (In Hebrew).

 

       7.         (1976). David Artillery Computer – Programmer Manual, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 76-0060-8450. (In Hebrew).

 

       8.         (1976). David Artillery Computer – Operational description, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 76-0061-8460. (In Hebrew).

 

       9.         (1977). Display in cannons – Software development specifications, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 77-0041-8450. (In Hebrew).

 

     10.       (1977). David Computer for Meteorology– Operational description, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 77-0037-8450. (In Hebrew).

 

     11.       (1977). David Artillery Computer – The computational routines in the fixed memory, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 77-0043-8450. (In Hebrew).

 

     12.       (1977). David Artillery Computer – The keyboard routines in the exchangeable memory, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 77-0035-8450. (In Hebrew).

 

     13.       (1977). General description of the software for the David Artillery Computer, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 77-0034-8450. (In Hebrew).

 

     14.       (1977). David Artillery Computer – The computational routines in the exchangeable memory, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 77-0021-8450. (In Hebrew).

 

     15.       (1977). User Manual for the David Artillery Computer – M-109A1 Mobile Canon, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 77-0008-8450. (In Hebrew).

 

     16.       (1977). Programs for checking David in production – Operational description, Rafael – Armament Development Authority – Computer Research Department, Research Report No. 77-0011-8450. (In Hebrew).

 

Conferences

 

ORGANIZING CONFERENCES AND ROLES IN SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES:

 

2000                    Organizing Committee Chairperson of the 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values (ISSWOV), held in June 25-28, 2000, Jerusalem, Israel. The conference main theme: Work Values and Organizational Behavior Towards the New Millennium.

 

2000 – 2004        Secretary Treasurer of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values.

 

2006                    Scientific Committee Chairperson of the 10th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values (ISSWOV), Tallinn Estonia, June 25-29, 2006.

 

2008 – 2010        President of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values (ISSWOV). This society has about 600 members from 50 countries.

 

 

SESSION CHAIRPERSON IN SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES:

 

       1.         Stashevsky, S. (1998). Chair of Session: “Quality Improvement Models”, Management Science and Operations Research in an emerging region, INFORMS International Meeting, Tel -Aviv, Israel, June 28 - July 1, 1998.

 

       2.         Stashevsky, S. (1998). Chair of session: “Occupational attitudes among various population sectors”, International Conference Border-Free Employment and Careers, Ma’ale Hachamisha, Israel, November 15-18, 1998.

 

       3.         Stashevsky, S. (1998). Chair of Session: “Quality starts with the individual”, The 12th International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality, Jerusalem, Israel, December 1-3, 1998.

 

       4.         Stashevsky, S. (1999). Chair of Session: “Information technology and computer support”, The International Conference on TQM and Human Factors, Linkoping, Sweden, June 15-17, 1999.

 

       5.         Stashevsky, S. (2002). Chair of Session: “Work values, family values, and gender”, The 8th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Warsaw, Poland, June 24-27, 2002.

 

       6.         Stashevsky, S. (2002). Chair of Session: “Work values in the era of technological developments”, The 8th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Warsaw, Poland, June 24-27, 2002.

 

       7.         Stashevsky, S. (2004). Chair of Session:  “Information and knowledge sharing” The 9th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, New Orleans, USA, August 3-6, 2004.

 

       8.         Stashevsky, S. (2006). Chair of Session:  “Work values” The 10th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Tallinn, Estonia, June 25-29, 2006.

 

       9.         Stashevsky, S. (2006). Chair of Session:  “Ethics” The 10th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Tallinn, Estonia, June 25-29, 2006.

 

     10.       Stashevsky, S. (2008). Chair of Session:  “Cross cultural research” The 11th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Singapore, June 22-25, 2008.

 

 

PAPERS PRESENTED AT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES:

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1981). “Communication between personal computer and mainframe”, The 12th Annual Conference of the Israel Information Systems Analysts, Ramat-Gan, Israel, May 31-June 1, 1981.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1984). “Integrating Personal computers in computer systems”, The Conference of the Society of IBM Users in Israel, Tel-Aviv, Israel, January 25, 1984.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1988). “The computerized office”, The Conference of Senior Secretaries and Office Managers, Jerusalem, Israel, June 14-15, 1988.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1989). “Project Management of information systems using personal computers”, The 20th Annual Conference of the Israel Information Systems Analysts, Ramat-Gan, Israel, June 13-14, 1989.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1992). “Principles of project management using computers”, Conference for Computerizing the Construction Sector, Tel-Aviv, Israel, September 16-17, 1992.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Elizur, D. (1997).  “The structure of behavior towards Quality Management”. The Sixth International Facet Theory Conference, Liverpool, U.K, September 22-24, 1997.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Elizur, D. (1998). “Empirical study on the impact of Total Quality Management on individual performance”, Quality and Management Conference, Arizona, USA, February 13-14, 1998.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1998). “Motivating employees to continuous improvement through Total Quality Management”, The 4th Annual Conference of the Israel Chamber of Information Systems Analysts, Ramat-Gan, Israel, March 2, 1998.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1998). “The effects of quantitative tools vs. human-resource methods on performance - An empirical study”, Management Science and Operations Research in an emerging region, INFORMS International Meeting, Tel-Aviv, Israel, June 28-July 1, 1998.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Stashevsky, C. (1998). “Coping with suffering in the Bible, in modern psychology, and in social work practice”, Joint World Congress of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) and the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW), Jerusalem, Israel, July 5-9, 1998.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1998). “Application of Total Quality Management in Social Work”, Joint World Congress of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) and the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW), Jerusalem, Israel, July 5-9, 1998.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Elizur, D. (1998). “Total Quality Management (TQM) improvement efforts and performance”, The International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values (ISSWOV) Sixth Bi-Annual Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, July 12-15, 1998.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Elizur, D. (1998). “Total Quality Management (TQM): A structural analysis”, The International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values (ISSWOV) Sixth Bi-Annual Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, July 12-15, 1998.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1998). “The effects of demographic data on individual work attitudes”, International Conference Border-Free Employment and Careers, Ma’ale Hachamisha, Israel, November 15-18, 1998.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1998). “The relative effects of the various aspects of Total Quality Management individual behavior on performance - an empirical study”, The 12th International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality, Jerusalem, Israel, December 1-3, 1998.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1998). “The effect of organizations’ export orientation on quality programs - an empirical study”, The European Business Academy EIBA 24th Annual Conference, Jerusalem, Israel, December 13-15, 1988.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Weisberg, J. (1999). “Characteristics of hiding mistakes in organizations – An empirical study”, The 4th Jerusalem International Conference: Ethics in the Information Age, Jerusalem, Israel, June 13-16, 1999.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1999). “Measuring the effectiveness of Total Quality Management components from the individual perspective”, The International Conference on TQM and Human Factors, Linkoping, Sweden, June 15-17, 1999.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1999). “The influence of gender and age on work attitudes”, The 34th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Tel-Aviv, Israel, July 11-15, 1999.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (1999). “Do women differ from men in their work attitudes?”, The First International Conference: To Be a jewish Women, Jerusalem, Israel, July 14-15, 1999.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Elizur, D. (1999). “Analyzing the structure of a change program by facet and factor analyses”, The Seventh International Facet Theory Conference, Berne, Switzerland, July 26-28, 1999.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Sagie A. (1999). “The relative effectiveness of quality management and participative decision making”, 3rd Conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology, Taipei, Taiwan, August 4-7, 1999.

 

  1. Stashevsky, C., & Stashevsky, S. (2000). “Support groups for caregivers of disabled and terminal spouses”, The 15th Annual Conference of Social Workers Association, Tel-Aviv, Israel, February 14-15, 2000.

 

  1. Elizur, D., & Stashevsky, S. (2000). “Quality management, participation in decision-making and individual performance”, 2000 Society for Advancement of Management, St. Augustine, Florida, USA, March 30-April 1, 2000.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., Sagie, A., & Weisberg, J. (2000). “The impact of quality and participative management on employee’s performance and satisfaction”. The 9thInternational Conference on Productivity & Quality Research, Ma’ale Hachamisha, Israel, June 25-27, 2000.

 

  1. Erensal, Y., & Stashevsky, S. (2000). “Demographic variables in the dimension of organizational commitment”, The 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, Israel, June 25-28, 2000.

 

  1. Stashevsky, C., & Stashevsky, S. (2000). “Ethical dilemmas in medical social work”, The 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, Israel, June 25-28, 2000.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Sagie, A. (2000). “The effects of quality management and participative decision-making on organizational outcomes”, The 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, Israel, June 25-28, 2000.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Weisberg, J. (2000). “Factors affecting wage determination: Empirical evidence”, The 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, Israel, June 25-28, 2000.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Weisberg, J. (2000). “Covering-up atmosphere in organizations: Theoretical and empirical investigation”, The 7th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Jerusalem, Israel, June 25-28, 2000.

 

  1. Sagie, A., & Stashevsky, S. (2000). “Exploring the effect of TQM on work outcomes: Does participation or quality orientation work?” The QMED 2000 3rd International Conference on Building People and Organizational Excellence, Aarhus, Denmark, August 21-22, 2000.

 

  1. Liebermann, Y. & Stashevsky, S. (2001). “Barriers to Internet and e-marketing usage”, Business Intelligence and E-Marketing Workshop, Warwick, UK, December 6, 2001.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Nebenzahl, I. (2002). “Internet surfing at the workplace and at home”, The 8th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Warsaw, Poland, June 24-27, 2002.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. & Liebermann, Y. (2002). “Perceived risks of employed adults towards Internet and e-commerce”, The 8th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Warsaw, Poland, June 24-27, 2002.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (2002). “Quality management in Israel: Empirical evidence from employees perspective”, The 14th International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality, Jerusalem, Israel, November 18-21, 2002.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (2003). “Demonstration of a new innovative measurement scale”, The 9th International Facet Theory Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, July 20-23, 2003.

 

  1. Lampert, S. & Stashevsky, S. (2004). “New method for integrity/ honesty assessment”, The 9th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, New Orleans, USA, August 3-6, 2004.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. & Liebermann, Y. (2004). “Why Internet users are irritated by advertising on the Web?” The 9th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, New Orleans, USA, August 3-6, 2004 .

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (2004). "Advantages and disadvantages of Intopia business game" Seminar on Business Games, Haifa, Israel, December 29th, 2004.

 

  1. Lampert, S. & Stashevsky, S. (2006). "A new method for attitude measurement". The 10th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Tallinn, Estonia, June 25-29, 2006.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Liebermann, Y. (2006). "Attitudes of working surfers towards online advertising". The 10th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Tallinn, Estonia, June 25-29, 2006.

 

  1. Nebenzahl, I.D. & Stashevsky, S. (2006). "Trends in Internet surfing behavior at work and at home". The 10th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Tallinn, Estonia, June 25-29, 2006.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S., & Weisberg, J. (2006). "Wage determination antecedents and outcomes on employees attitudes". The 10th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Tallinn, Estonia, June 25-29, 2006.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (2007). "Operations management and the internal audit". The Institute of Internal Auditors 2007 Conference, Tel-Aviv, Israel, December 26-27, 2007.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. & Lampert, S. (2008). "Comparative study of measuring attitudes change caused by an intervention". The 11th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Singapore, June 22-25, 2008.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (2008). "Improving performance and job satisfaction by applying management programs". The 11th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values, Singapore, June 22-25, 2008 .

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (2008). "Does Total Quality Management affects work outcomes?" The 17th International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality, Jerusalem, Israel, November 18-20, 2008.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (2009). "Attitudes measurement: Comparative study" Organizational Behavior Seminar, Tel-Aviv University, Israel, March 17, 2009.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (2009). "Business game: Window to the modern management world " Conference on Modern Market Management, Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange, Israel, March 23, 2009.

 

  1. Stashevsky, S. (2009). "Measurement scales: PolliMeter vs. Likert" Business Administration Seminar, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, April 20, 2009.