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Now More Than Ever: Bitcoin & Blockchain for Dummies
with IDC Alumna Danny Brown Wolf
Wednesday, May 13, 2020 | 1:30 pm EST | 10:30 am PST | 8:30 pm Israel


Bitcoin and Blockchain: will the current economic crisis accelerate adoption of digital trust? history, use-cases and why we should care.


Danny Brown Wolf, Lauder School of Government alumna & Argov fellow, is the Head of Partnerships at Orbs, a public blockchain infrastructure designed for businesses looking at trust as a competitive strategy.
She was formerly the decentralization Director for Cool Cousin, a travel-tech start- crowned by the New York Times, L.A Times, The Guardian and National Geographic as a “must app for travelers.
Her background is in Policy and International Affairs, having worked at the United Nations, the Israeli Parliament, as the Director of Policy at the IDC's Abba Eban Institute, and on projects dedicated to capacity-building of the Palestinian hi-tech industry and peace-building between Israelis and Palestinians through hi-tech initiatives.
At Orbs, Danny works on product strategy and partnerships, and serves as the COO of Hexa Foundation, Orbs' social impact and education arm.

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020 | 1:30 pm EST | 10:30 am PST | 8:30 pm Israel

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From WAZE to Dr. Seuss:
Navigating Your Career in an Uncertain World

with IDC Professor Dr. Dana Pereg
May 18, 2020 | 1:30 pm EST | 10:30 am PST | 8:30 pm Israel


COVID-19 brings many to recalculate their career paths. In this session, Dr. Dana Pereg will explain the term "career development mindset" and share how it can help us with our career choices these days. 

Dr. Dana Pereg is an organizational and occupational psychologist. She serves as head of the MA program in Organizational Behavior and Development at IDC Herzliya. Her work seeks to bridge between the academic and organizational spheres; it focuses on the way in which an individual's professional identity is shaped, as well as on the personal and organizational practices that may contribute to this process.

Monday, May 18th, 2020 | 1:30 pm EST | 10:30 am PST | 8:30 pm Israel

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Who Killed My Creativity?
with IDC Alum Omri Avisaf
Monday, May 25, 2020 | 1:30 pm EST | 10:30 am PST | 8:30 pm Israel


Let's start from the end. All of us, even the more creative among us, have some thought-fixation. These fixations are part of our way of thinking and alongside their advantages (such as consuming information, prioritizing alternatives, decisions making) that also limits our thinking and causes us to look at the realities and challenges along the way through narrow glasses.

Omri AvisafLaw & Government IDC alumnus is the CO-Founder of Quatro, a global management organizational development consulting company. Omri lead group sessions and individual consultations for senior executives in Israel and worldwide. Quatro’s tools and methodologies are grounded both in academic research spanning the fields of psychology, sociology and behavioral economics as well as the vast experience we gathered over the course of working with hundreds of organizations, including some of the  best known and most successful global brands. 

Monday, May 25th, 2020 | 1:30 pm EST | 10:30 am PST | 8:30 pm Israel

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