Alex Coman

Bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Haifa Technion. MBA in International Commerce from NYU and PhD in Group Decision Making – Creativity and Conflict Management from the Drucker School of Management – Claremont Graduate University.

Dr. Coman coordinated the field of information systems at the Technion, was on the founding team of the Jezreel Valley College and established the Department of Information Systems there.

He has published dozens of articles in international academic journals, chaired sessions at international technology and innovation conferences, and taught in the United States, the Netherlands, and Italy.

Researcher in the field of entrepreneurship, value creation, technology management, advanced project management and operations management. Visiting Scientist at the IBM Watson Research Center in the United States.

Lectured, advised, and trained organizations including: Leumi Bank, Hapoalim Bank, Discount Bank, Mizrahi Bank, Prime Minister’s Office, Faculty of 8200, National Security College, Command and Staff, Commando Units, Checkpoint, China Innovation Initiatives, State Comptroller, Microsoft, PWC, IBM , eBay, AT&T,  Motorola, Intel, Elbit, IAI, Teva, ECI, Telrad, Malam-Tim, Ness, Comverse, Samsung, Stratasys, Marvel, Syngenta, Novonordisk, Synopsys, IronSource, Comverse, Applied Materials, Merck, Sodastream, Visa, EssilorLuxottica, Netafim, NaanDanJain, Rafael, Pelephone, Orange, Elta, Nice, ControlUp, Sanofi, SpaceIL, Kodak , CocaCola, ICL, Lumenis, Amerford, Migdal, The Stock Exchange, Assaf Harofe, Sheba Medical Center – Tel Hashomer, Technological units for the fight against terrorism, Rafael, Air Force, Navy, Hot Mobile, Tel Aviv Municipality, Maccabi management, the management of Maccabident, the Jewish Agency, the Economic Adviser to the Chief of Staff, UMI, Granot factories, Bezeq International, Gindi, IPS, Habonim Company, Zap, Freemius, Gabesol, Bermad, Zeiss and more.

Appears regularly as an expert in programs such as the main edition of Keshet 12 TV, Laila Calcali, and more.

Has a daily corner in IDF radio on economic issues.