A network of leaders from all population groups and sectors of Israeli society, in collaboration with Atudot Le'Israel, that builds trust among decision-makers and creates changes and multi-sector solutions for citizens and systems in four core areas: local governance, health, education, and employment
The promotion of socio-economic resilience is a complex challenge
which requires multi-sectoral and systemic collaboration, as well as determined leadership that promotes real-world solutions
Socio-economic resilience and trust are inter-related
Trust is the infrastructure for promoting cross-system collaboration and solutions, and its absence creates siloed work that hinders the potential for change.
It is possible to increase trust
by increasing one's awareness of the other through their stories, driving diversity, improving professionalism and ethics, and by promoting a concept of shared responsibility. These are the principles of mamlachtiut promoted by MAOZ.
Actions that increase trust between leaders and decision-makers will echo
to additional circles in the Israeli society and serve as a basis for cooperation and solutions in reality.
Recruitment and admission
of diverse, high-caliber candidates who have the potential to lead socio-economic change in Israel
Training and development
Training and development of leaders and establishing trust among them through the four MAOZ Fellows programs, created through the Atudut Le’Israel framework
Building a diverse, multi-disciplinary Network, increasing trust among its members, supporting life-long learning and development and establishing meaningful collaborations between them.
Accelerating socio-economic change processes based on data
in the strategic focus areas of the Network members
Spreading the mamlachti (common-good actions) discourse
among leaders and organizations in Israel via Echo programs and storytelling through Network members' organizations
Learning and modeling
MAOZ’s approach of trust building mamlachtiut (common-good actions)
Increased trust among leaders
Improving the quality of life of Israeli citizens
800 influential leaders in the MAOZ Network
30 large scale innovations led by Network members
TO EXCEL IN MATH, YOU NEED TO DREAM
The reform to increase top-level math matriculation, spearheaded by the Ministry of Education and a trisector coalition, was a huge success. Despite the nationwide success, achievements were lower in the periphery than in the center. Mohana Farres, Ministry of Education's National Programs Director, sought to understand why and close the gap. The answer was unexpected.
WHAT DO THE IRON DOME AND HOSPITAL PATIENTS HAVE IN COMMON?
Despite challenges, Israel is an international superpower in healthcare fields like emergency medicine and digital health. So Hagai Dror, Healthcare Israel, Managing Director thought: Why don't we use Israel's security forces' successful model? We can develop groundbreaking solutions for other countries, implement them here too and earn money.
WHO GETS TO DEFINE WHAT TRASH IS?
The city of Lod invests millions in cleanup and received 5 stars in a national competition. So why do residents feel differently? Yair Goldman, Director of Operations for the city tried to find out, and ended up with a strong artnership between the city and its residents.
THE HAREDI WOMEN WHO ARE INVENTING SOLUTIONS FOR SOCIAL ISSUES
They work in senior positions, raise large families and though they barely have a free moment, they use their professionalism to positively influence Haredi society. Miri Rozen’s LeShma organization helps them advance initiatives for the environment, education, the arts, improving municipal services and more.
CAN BROADCAST RATINGS BRING ABOUT SOCIAL JUSTICE?
What were the CEO of Channel 2, the Chair of Globes and the Publisher of “Sheva” newspaper doing on Mount Sigd, in the heart of Ethiopia? They were on a journey led by Sigal Kanotopsky, CEO of Olim BeYahad, part of a major effort to change Israelis’ perceptions of Ethiopian-Israelis.
AN IDEA THAT STARTED AT HARVARD AND ENDED WITH A SURPRISING COLLABORATION
Roi Dahan, from the Ministry of Interior, returned from Harvard with the realization that the Ministry must invest in high quality training for local government employees. With a similar initiative already in motion, instead of competing with it, Roi convinced the Ministry to partner with them to establish a college for excellence together.
HOW DID SUPERLAND AND IKEA BECOME A PART OF AN EDUCATIONAL REVOLUTION?
Shmuli Bing, Director of the Yemin Orde Youth Village, established Ta'asukayitz, a summer youth employment program, to prevent his students from getting in trouble during vacation – and found himself running an employment bureau. Following its success: the project is expanding nationwide.
HOW CAN DATA STRENGTHEN THE IMPACT OF COMMUNITY CENTERS?
The Israeli Association of Community Centers was founded with a mission of community building. But how do we know if it’s succeeding? CEO Raz Froilich is leading the integration of databased thinking that will help identify which children need enrichment and which activities increase the sense of community in a town.
THE COLLEGES THAT LITERALLY CHANGE LIVES
Osem, Intel, ISCAR and Mekorot have a problem: they don’t have enough trained workers who can operate sophisticated machinery and instruments. So Tair Ifergan, director of MAHAT enlisted their support to : implement the reform in technological education and influence what future workers learn