עברית / English

Galit Navon

Galit Navon

Galit Navon, B.Sc. , A Technion graduate Cum Lauda and a certified coach on behalf of the Adler institute, she worked for many years as an Industrial Engineer, and her expertise are in work method improvement techniques, organizational efficiency, corporate mergers and implementing organizational changes and managing various projects, while combining a training methods in structural processes.

 

More Team Members

meet our team of consultants.

see all team members >>
Galit Navon, B.Sc. , A Technion graduate Cum Lauda and a certified coach on behalf of the Adler institute, she worked for many years as…
more about Galit Navon
Carmel Ronen, A well experienced expert in marketing and sales, in Israel, South-East Asia, Japan and Australia.
more about Carmel Ronen
Ze'ev Ronen, B.Sc. I have extensive experience in managing companies and sub-divisions in Israel and world-wide. I have expertise in overhauling companies on the verge…
more about Ze'ev Ronen - Founder and CEO
Hilel Efrat. has been practicing the Lean Management and "KaiZan" methods for the past ten years, and as well as leading organizational and performance improvement…
more about Hillel Efrat

What Our Clients Say

Read Testimonials from managers and CEOs we've worked with.

see all recommendations >>
Zeev Ronen directed three groups in the product plant for a period of 12 months. At first, both management and employees expected yet another advisor…
Read Full Recommendation
Zeev Ronen served as a factory manager at Nestle Israel (Osem ltd.), in Yoqneam, from 1996 to 2005. During most of this period, I was…
Read Full Recommendation
Throughout the guidance program Ze’ev Ronen exhibited two qualities: professionalism, and concern above and beyond the expected. His professionalism was present in all areas of…
Read Full Recommendation
To whom it may concern, Ze’ev Ronen and Itzik Lev mentored an improvement team at the Caesar Stone factory at the Bar-Lev industrial area. First,…
Read Full Recommendation

Visit Us on Facebook