תחילת דף אינטרנט, לחץ אנטר כדי לעבור לאזור תוכן מרכזי

Prof. Rita Mano (D.Sc., PhD)

Head of Department Human Services

rmano@univ.haifa.ac.il

Phone: 0547611608

Office: Social welfare and health Building

Reception hours: Monday 12-14 pm By appointment

Human Services

Rita Mano published three books, 65 publications, participates regularly in international conferences and is involved in community and business activity in Northern Israel. She served as the Chair of the Department of Human Services and the Chair of the Haifa-Boston Committee for inequality. She has been awarded the Taub award for outstanding PHD thesis (Techion, Polytechnic Institute of Haifa). She has received two research funding supports for the conduction of research in the area of social media and health. She engages in the study of a wide range of health and management issues – including nonprofit performance, accountability, networks, Human resources management and crisis management in Human Services and Health institutions. She has a postdoctoral experience in RAND USA and two Sabbatical terms in the UK. She publishes in  wide range of peer-review journals including Administration and Society, Human Relations, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Technology in Human Services, Computers in Human Behavior, Voluntas).

B.A. , University of Haifa Dept. of Sociology, 1975-1979

M.A. , University of Haifa Dept. of Sociology, 1984 – 1988

D.Sc. , Faculty of Industrial Management & Engineering Technion Israel Institute of Technology, 1990-1994

Post - Doctoral, Rand Corporation and UCLA Los Angeles, USA , 1996-1997

Authored books:

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Mano-Negrin, R. (2000). To Manage or to Lead? Principles of Vision, Management and Success in Nonprofit Organizations, Pardes Publishing House (Hebrew) 180 pages

2.

Mano, R. (2013) Learning how and why: A Reading to Managing Nonprofit and Voluntary Organizations, E-book, Bentham Publishers, Bussum, Netherlands. 135 pages DOI: 10.2174/97816080545101120101, eISBN: 978-1-60805-451-0, 2012, ISBN: 978-1-60805-513-5.

 

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Mano, R. (2015). Complexity and Crisis in Human Services, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany 55 pages ISBN 978-3-659-76000-6.

  1. ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS

1.

Mano-Negrin, R. (1998). Occupational Determinants of work attitudes and organizational attachment, Health Manpower Management, 24 (4-5), 153-160

2.

Kirschenbaum, A. & R. Mano-Negrin (1999). Underlying labor market dimensions of opportunities: The case of employee turnover, Human Relations, 52(10), 1233-1350. 

3.

Mano-Negrin, R. & A. Kirschenbaum, (1999). Push and pull factors in turnover decisions: the effects of careerist approach and organizational benefits on the decision to leave the job, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 10(4), 689-702. 

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Mano-Negrin, R. (2000). Managerial empowerment in public human service             organizations, Social Work & Social Science Review, 3, 71-84.

5.

Mano-Negrin, R. (2000). Women managers and the public/private sector determination process of wages, Women in Management Review 15(3-4), 130-144.

   

6.

Mano-Negrin, R.& A. Kirschenbaum, (2000). A Spousal interdependence in turnover decisions, Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 21(2), 97-122.

   

7.

Mano-Negrin, R.& A. Kirschenbaum (2000). Men’s and women’s job histories and job changes: The case of Israel’s medical-sector employees.  International Journal of Manpower, 21(1-2), 75-94.

   

8.

Mano-Negrin, R. (2001). An occupational preference model of turnover behavior. Journal of Management in Medicine 15(2), 106-125.

   

9.

Mano-Negrin, R., Mittman, B. (2001). Theorising the social within physician decision making. (2001) Journal of Management in Medicine  15(4-5) 259 - 265

   

10.

Kirschenbaum, A. & R. Mano-Negrin, (2002). Past work experiences, present opportunities and turnover decisions: The case of Israel’s medical sector employees, Personnel Review, 31(5), 30-44. 

   

11.

Scheaffer Z. & R. Mano-Negrin (2003). Executives’ orientations and reactions to organizational crises, Journal of Management Studies, v. 40(2) 573-606. 

   

12.

Mano-Negrin, R. & R. Katz (2003). Money management patterns of dual-earner families in Israel, Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 24(1) 49-62.

   

13.

Mano-Negrin, R. (2003). Spanning the boundaries: a comparison of effectiveness gaps and empowerment in public and independent human service organizations, Administration in Social Work, 27(3) 27-45. 

   

14.

Mano-Negrin, R. (2003). Performance and equality in public sector wages, International Journal of Public Administration, (Special Issue), 26(8) 965-983.

   

15.

Mano-Negrin, R. (2003). Gender-related opportunities and turnover: the case of medical sector employees, Gender Work & Organization, 10(3) 342-360. 

   

16.

Mano-Negrin, R. (2004). Gender inequality and employment policy in the public sector: A cross-national comparison of women managers’ wages in five industrialized countries, Administration & Society. 36(4) 454-477. 

   

17.

Mano-Negrin, R. & S. Tzafrir, S. (2004).Job search modes and turnover, Career Development International, 2:442-458. 

   

18.

Mano-Negrin, R. & Z. Scheaffer (2004). Are women “cooler” than men during crises?  Exploring gender differences in perceiving organizational crisis and crisis preparedness/proneness, Women in Management Review 19(2): 109-122.

   

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Tzafrir, S., Mano-Negrin, R., Harel, G. H., & Rom-Nagy, D. (2006). Downsizing and the impact of job counseling and retraining on effective employee responses, Career Development International, 11(2), 125-144. 

   

22.

Mano, R. (2009). Information technology, adaptation and innovation in nonprofit human service organizations, Journal of Technology in Human Services, 27 (3): 227-234.

   

23.

Mano, R. & G. Mesch, G. (2009). Email characteristics, work performance and distress, Computers in Human Βehavior, 26: 61–69. 

24.

Mano, R. (2010). Past organizational change and managerial evaluations of crisis: a case of double-loop learning effects in non-profit organizations, Journal of Workplace Learning 22(8): 489 – 507. 

25.

Mano, R. (2010).Marketing and performance evaluations in nonprofit services: “missed” targeting in communicating stakeholders’ expectations. International Journal of Productivity & Performance Management 59(6); 555-570.Official Journal, World Confederation of Productivity Science

26.

Mano, R. (2011). Organizational crisis, adaptation, and innovation in Israel's nonprofit organizations: a learning approach, Administration in Social Work, 34(4), 344-350. 

27.

Mano, R. (2011). Predicting organizational development in Israel’s nonprofit human services: the effects of organizational context, structure and geographic location, Journal of Health and Human Services Administration 31, 27-37.

28.

Mano, R. (2012).Individual and organizational determinants of wage disparities in Israel’s local authorities. Sociological Focus 44(4) 339-353. 

29.

Mesch, G., R. Mano & Y. Tsamir (2012). Minority status and the search for health information online: a test of the social diversification hypothesis, Social Science & Medicine, 75(5):854-8. 

30.

Mano, R. (2013). Performance gaps and change in Israeli nonprofit services: A stakeholder approach Administration in Social Work, 37 (1) 14-24 

31.

Mano, R. and D. Rosenberg (2013).Organizational restructuring, government control and legitimacy loss following a crisis: The case of Israel’s nonprofit human services. Journal of Health and Human Service Administration, (2) 88-103. Official Journal, American Society of Public Administration

32.

Mano, R. (2013). Gender effects on managerial communication and work performance. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning 3(2), 34-46.

33.

Mano, R. (2014). Networking modes and organizational performance in Israel’s nonprofit organizations, Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 24(4) 429-444. 

34.

Mano, R. & S. Giannikis (2014).Turnover following a crisis in Israel’s nonprofits, Personnel Review 42 (6) 745-761 

35.

Mano, R. (2014).Social media, social causes, giving behavior and money contributions, Computers in Human Behavior, 31, 287–293. 

36.

Mano, R. (2014).Social media and online health services: A health empowerment perspective to online health information, Computers in Human Behavior.3: 404-412, 

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Mano, R. (2014). Funding allocations in Israel’s philanthropy institutions: An assessment of the New Philanthropy approach, Voluntas, 25(4)1187-1214 

38.

Mano, R. (2016).   Online health information and health changes: a gender approach to technology and health empowerment among Jewish women in Israel  

 

39.

Iaacobovits, M. & Mano, R. (2017). Gender, homophily, networking and performance in Israel’s nonprofit organizations, International Journal of Gender and Women Studies,  Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 101-108

 

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Rosenberg, D., R. Mano & G. Mesch (2017). They have needs, they have goals: Using communication theories to explain health-related social media use and health behavior change. MOJ Public Health 6(2): 00163.

 

41.  

Libby, P. P; L. Deitrich & R. Mano (2017). Lobbying practices in Israel’s advocacy groups: An assessment of the Libby-Lobbying Model; In Mano, R. (Ed.) Nonprofit management in transition, Administrative Sciences, 3. 45-53.

 

42. Mano, R. (2018). Use of mobile health applications and the self-management of chronic disease, Diversity and equality in health care, vol. 15 (5)  

 

43. Mano R. (2018). Online and virtual health information uses, health empowerment and health risks. Journal of Community Preventive Medicine, 1(2): 1-7.

 

44. Mano (2018). Lobbying practices and performance in non-profit settings, Voluntary  Sector Review,

 

45. Rosenberg, D., R. Mano & G. Mesh (2019). Absolute monopoly”, “areas of control” or “democracy”? Examining gender differences in health participation on social media, Computers in Human Behavior 

 

46. Cvetković V. M.,  K. Ronan , R. Shaw,  R. Mano,  M. Filipović, V. Jakovljević, J. Gačić  (2019).  Household earthquake preparedness: A Serbian case study, Acta Geographica, 59-2, 27–42

 

47. Mano, R. (2019). mHealth applications and the health management of chronic disease, Diversity and Equality in Health Care

 

48. Mano, R. (2019). In the pursuit of practical solutions and “satisficing” performance: The case of Israel’s nonprofit human services, International Journal of Public Management and Governance,

 

49. Mano, R (2019). Mobile health applications and the self-management of cancer: A gendered approach, Open Journal of Preventive Medicine 9,  21-32

 

50. Mano, R., A. Kirschenbaum & C. Rappaport (2019).  `Earthquake preparedness: A Social Media Fit perspective to accessing and disseminating earthquake information,Iternational Journal of Disaster Risk ManagemenMt v.1(2) 1-17

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

1.

Mano, R. (2012). Digital communication and digital performance in nonprofits, in Digital Communication, ΙnTech, ISBN 979-953-307-545-6. 15 pages

2.

Mano, R. & Z. Scheaffer (2013). Does the past matter? Exploring the effect of past radical changes on crisis preparedness in nonprofit settings in Graham Manville & Richard Greatbanks (eds.) Third Sector Performance Management and Finance in Not-for-profit and Social Enterprises, Gower Publishers, UK. 20 pages.

3.

Mesch, G., R. Mano & J. Tsamir (2014). Ethnicity and the diversification of access to online health Information and communication in Israel. In Caspi D. & N. Ellias, (eds.). Ethnic Minorities and Media in the Holy Land. Valentine Mitchell Press, 15 pages.

4

Mano, R. (2016).  Boundary Spanning Philanthropy NOVA Publications, Chicago

5

Rosenberg, D., R. Mano & G. Mesh (2020). Technology experience, health beliefs or background? Examining the factors affecting the intention to use social media for health purposes In Nguyen, D, I. Dekker, S, Taşdemir (Eds) Understanding Media Culture in the Age of Digitalisation; Palgrave MacMillan

ARTICLES IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

1.

Mano-Negrin, R. & A. Kirschenbaum, A. (1997) Past experiences present opportunities and the possibility of job change. Proceedings of the International Association of Management Conference Montreal, Canada August, pp. 60-68.

2.

Mano-Negrin, R. (2003). Are they all equal? Influence and involvement of stakeholders in third sector organizations, Proceedings of The Israeli Center for Third Sector Research, Ben Gurion University Beer-Sheva, May, pp. 32-41.

3.

Kontogiorghes, K & R. Mano (2006). Exploring the association between talent retention and a set of antecedent and consequence factors in a telecommunications organization -- A Validation study, Proceedings of SAM, pp.12-24

4.

Mano, R. (2010). Social marketing and performance evaluations in nonprofit services: “missing” stakeholders’ expectations, Proceedings, Open University, Business school, Milton Keynes, UK.

5

Libby P., R. Mano & L. Dietrich (2014). Lobbying practices in Israel's advocacy organizations, Working Papers Series International Third Sector Research Muenster, Germany

ENTRIES IN ENCYCLOPEDIAS

1.

Mano, R. (2008). Voluntary organizations, In Gabriel, Y. (Ed.) Organizing Words, Oxford University Press, p.319-320.

2.

Mano, R. & G. Mesch (2012). Email and work performance, In Encyclopedia of Cyber Behavior. IGI Global: Hershey, PA. p.19-32.

3.

Mano, R. (2017). Networks and networking, In Global Encyclopedia of Public

Administration, Public Policy, and Governance, Springer

  1. OTHER SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

1.

Sharlin, S., & R. Mano-Negrin (1988). Nesher, Demographic and socioeconomic characteristics: Background for the development of family programs with the doves’ community center. Research Report, University of Haifa: Center for Study and Research of the Family, pp. 1-43.

2.

Bernstein, D., &  R. Mano-Negrin (1989). Report on the economic state of female heads of household in Israel. Research Report, Ministry of Labor and Welfare, pp. 80-110.

3.

Mano-Negrin, R. (2001). The Income determination process of public sector employees in Israel: Individual, organizational and local labor market effects. Discussion Papers Series, No 1-2001, The Pinhas Sapir Center for Development, Tel Aviv University 1-24.

4.

Mano-Negrin, R. (2002). Book Review, The interplay between gender, markets and the state of Sweden, Germany and the United States, International Journal of Manpower, 23 (4) 379-381   IF=: 562

5.

Mano, R. (2013). Gender effects on managerial communication and work performance. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning (IJCBPL), 3(2), 34-46.

6.

Mano, R. (2016). Antecedents and outcomes of networking. International Third Sector Research. Conference working paper Series, Volume

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

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Mano, R. (2004). Women executives and crisis management, Globes, December.

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Mano, R. (2005). Women’s decision making in crisis, Fortune Magazine - November. 

3.

Mano, R. (2014). Dr. Google! Save me! The Marker, November at: http://www.themarker.com/consumer/1.2475930

  1. OTHER WORKS CONNECTED WITH MY SCHOLARLY FIELD

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Gangrinovitz –Drori, M. & R. Mano (2013). A handbook for the development of social community-based enterprises for elderly citizens, Hevrah Le Matnasim & Bituah Leumi (In Hebrew).

 2.

Mano, R. (2016). Labor market trends in Israel., Live Interview, Channel 2. Hakol Diburim (in Hebrew).