Prof. Tamar Almor is the Dean of the School for Behavioral Sciences and the Dept. of Psychology at the College of Management Academic Studies. Previously, she established and ran the Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the School of Business Administration where she also served as Vice Dean.
Subsequently, she served as Dean of Students for about 12,000 students and in this capacity founded the Center for Academic Accessibility, established to advance students with special needs, special groups, and people who need extra help and attention to earn a degree. As a result, the College of Management has become one of the leading academic institutions in Israel on accessibility.
Her research focuses on international business strategy and global entrepreneurship, subjects which she teaches at the School of Behavioral Sciences, the School of Business and the School of Design and Innovation. She has more than 25 years of experience in teaching courses and programs in Israel and overseas related to international strategy, global innovation and entrepreneurship. She has taught these subjects as a guest lecturer at several institutions in Singapore, Finland, Norway and the Netherlands. She also works as a consultant and coach for executives at top Israeli and foreign companies.
She publishes extensively in leading journals such as Management International Review, International Business Review, the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Research Policy, the Journal of International Management, and Thunderbird International Business Review among others. She has been cited according to Google Citations over 1,300 times. She is a member of various Editorial Boards, including Management International Review, International Journal of Emerging Markets, Competitiveness Review: An International Business Journal, and the Journal of Knowledge Management.
Prof. Tamar Almor earned her Ph.D. at Tel Aviv University in International Business. She has an undergraduate degree in Social Work and a graduate degree in Organizational Behavior.