Reut Livne-Tarandach
Louis F. Capalbo Chair of Business Administration; Associate Professor of Management, Manhattan College
Faculty affiliate of the Center for Positive Organizations at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan

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Reut Livne-Tarandach is the Louis F. Capalbo Chair of Business Administration and an Associate Professor of Management at the O’Malley School of Business, Manhattan College and Faculty affiliate of the Center for Positive Organizations at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. Reut is passionate about engaged scholarships that can create a vision of organizations as life-giving, healing sites. Her research focuses on humanistic management, exploring antecedents and processes underlying compassion, dignity and community at work. She is a member of the Compassion Lab and the leader of the Community mini-community, an international group of scholars studying community experiences in organizations. Reut has published in journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Organizational Behavior and Rutgers Business Review. She serves on the editorial board of the AMJ, and is an associate editor of the Business and Society Review Journal. Before launching her academic career, Reut worked as an organizational consultant and an HR manager. She received an MSc. in Organization Research from the Technion Israel Institute of Technology and a PhD in Organizational Studies from Boston College. She is an avid photographer (for her online gallery see and a SUP yoga enthusiast. She is especially delighted exploring waterfalls trails (and other nature related adventures) with her family.

Related Publications

  • Livne-Tarandach R., Jazaieri H. & Rabelo-Caridad V. 2024 Previously endured distress reduces the quality of the compassion extended toward sufferers of workplace distress. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Organizational Behavior. Kabadayi, S. Livne-Tarandach, R. & Pirson, M. 2023. Dignity-Vulnerability Approach Framework to Maximize Well-Being Outcomes by Transformative Service Initiatives (TSIs). Journal of Service Marketing. 37(9), 1151-1166.
  • Livne-Tarandach R. Steckler, E. Leigh J. & Smith Wheeler, S. 2021 Cultivating organizations as healing spaces: A typology for responding to suffering and advancing social justice. Humanistic Management Journal. 6, pages 373–404 
  • Livne-Tarandach, R. & Jazaieri, H. 2021. Swift Sense of Community: Resourcing Artifacts for Rapid Community Emergence in a Temporary Organization. Academy of Management Journal. 64 (4):1127- 1163. 
  • Laasch, O., Livne-Tarandach, R. Pirson, M. 2021. Responsible Management unfiltered: Bakers on a Mission to Scale open Hiring. In Laasch (Ed.) Principles of Management: Practicing Ethics, Responsibility, Sustainability. Pp 970-978.
  • Sage: London. Pirson, M & Livne-Tarandach, R. 2020. Restoring Dignity with Open Hiring- Greyston Bakery and the Recognition of Value. Rutgers Business Review: Special Issue on Social Innovation. Vol. 5, No. 2, pp.236-247
  • Kabadai S., Alkire, L. Broad G., Livne-Tarandach, R., Wasieleski, D. & Puente, A. M. 2019 Humanistic Management of Social Innovation in Service (SIS): An Interdisciplinary Framework Humanistic Management Journal. 
  • Cotton, R. D., Shen Y. & Livne-Tarandach R. 2011. On becoming extraordinary: The content and structure of the developmental networks of Major League Baseball Hall of Famers. Academy of Management Journal, 54(1): 15-46.