Ask innovators and futurists where to look to create maximum social value in a world that is becoming increasingly unpredictable, and they will direct you to mashups among different technical fields. Ask economists how to allocate scarce resources, and they will tell you that resources should be allocated according to their ability to provide the … Continue reading “Organizing” for innovative problem solving
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A recently published book review by Dov Tamari (The first Chief Intelligence Officer of the Israeli Corps) analyzes Dan Halutz's new book from a strategic point of view. In the context of the Second Lebanon War and Halutz's ensuing resignation, Tamari examines whether Halutz indeed took full responsibility for his actions as the IDF's Chief … Continue reading Review of Dan Halutz’s new book: Responsibility for Paradigm Shifts
As part of its commitment to training a cadre of Israel’s future strategic thinkers, the Reut Institute dedicates one day every month to strengthen the methodological skills of its team. The annual curriculum of this training program includes “methodological refresher” sessions, lectures by distinguished figures in Israel’s public sector and academia, study visits, and a … Continue reading Reut’s January and February Training Days
Last week the Reut Institute held a study visit in the south of Israel, which focused on David Ben Gurion's vision of the Negev and the Bible. The study visit was part of Reut's Strategic Leadership Training Program, which includes a component of Jewish history and tradition. This program is kindly supported by the Shusterman … Continue reading A Study Visit to the Negev