DR. ETAY SHILONY
Dr. Etay Shilony, Founder and CEO of S2R – Strategy2Results, received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Boston University.
Dr. Shilony’s experience in management dates back to the late 1980’s and early 1990’s when he served as General Director to a chain of clinics in Boston. Upon his return to Israel in 1993 he established and directed the “Miriam and Sheldon Adelson Clinic” at the Sorasky Medical Center in Tel Aviv.
Dr. Shilony held faculty appointments at Boston University, Harvard University Medical School and Tel Aviv University. For the past twenty years Dr. Shilony has been lecturing at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya (IDC). As an Adjunct Lecture at IDC’s Arison School of Management he teaches at the MBA and MA program.
The establishment and management of S2R – Strategy2Results, brings together Dr. Shilony’s vast managerial experience combined with in depth academic and practical understanding of Leadership, Strategy, Management, Organizational Behavior, and Entrepreneurship.
Dr. Etay Shilony is the author of “Managementology” with Gilad Rabinovitch, a book which combines theory and practice destined to lead and direct managers in their coping with the managerial position. Most recently Dr. Shilony has published his second book on management titled “Israelism”. The book provides an analysis to the israeli culture.
Dr. Shilony writes a monthly column, “Analyst”, in Israel’s leading financial magazine, “The Marker”. He has also published extensively in both academic and popular magazines.
The book “Managementology” was written by Dr. Etay Shilony, CEO of S2R – Strategy 2 Results, which specializes in management consulting; and by Gilad Rabinovitch, a highly experienced CEO.
“Managementology” is the first of its kind in Israel. It is unique by combining management theory with practice.
The book deals with the theory and practice of management. It combines advance management perceptions with real life stories, which reflect on how managers are to deal with both high level and day to day dilemmas.
What is the connection between a young, disorganized Internet startup whose profits are flying out the window and the Second Lebanese War? What connects between McDonald’s healthy revolution and the Tent Protest on Rothschild Boulevard?
In many cases we call it, the spirit. The spirit of the commander or the organization. It can be the spirit that pervades the company. This spirit influences the moral guidelines of people in the workplace. And it is this spirit that molds a country. It’s the spirit that builds and binds,known as the organizational culture.
Israelism is a journey into the intricate workings of the national organizational culture. The culture that created miracles in the desert, yet refuses to let go of its childhood diseases, and is acquiring new ailments along the way. Israelism places the State of Israel on the operating table, and using the professional tools that enable commercial institutions and companies to develop, tries to understand what influences the decisions that are made in the organization known as The State of Israel. An organization that prefers intuition to strategy, that promotes generals and detests academics, that believes empathy is a weakness and rudeness is a strength.
Dr. Etay Shilony, one of Israel’s leading experts in the field of organizational consulting, isn’t trying to outline a political treatise nor write a moral essay of right and wrong. He is trying to coerce us, as individuals that make up the organization and our leaders, those who are at the helm, to go to the only place that this country has never been—the drawing board. It’s time to think about what we want from ourselves as a society, what our goals are—and to learn about management tools that can help us rebuild and flourish.