INNOVATION AND ORGANIZATION
- Seminar “Career Mobility in a Global Era”
Yochanan Altman, Middlesex University of London, is an applied social scientist, educated in social/industrial psychology and organizational anthropology, with a cosmopolitan outlook and wide ranging international experience in business & management education, career counseling, well-being at work, personal and team development, he worked and lived in three countries and has held visiting appointments in more than a dozen geographies in three continents.
Main research areas: Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour in an international and comparative context, with a stress on careers, gender and professional communities and a particular interest in spirituality in organizations and the workplace; micro organizational behavior with emphasis on materiality and lived experiences in areas such as team dynamics, food, and metal health.
Published over 100 paper in learned journals (several of which won best paper/highly commended awards) and chapters in research books; authored, co-authored and edited 20 books, special issues and teaching texts; presented 125 papers in international conferences and organised and chaired 10 international conferences. An extensive editorial experience, having founded an academic journal, edited two others and served on the editorial board of 17 learned journals.