The Center for Breakthrough Thinking Israel was established by Dr. Nachum Kaminka, who serves as its president and the official representative of BT in Israel. The Center is affiliated with a world-wide network of BT professionals and national centers that promote and develop the method, as well as consult for various organizations in both the private and public sector. The international network provides professional support as well as certification, verification, and licensing procedures.
The sole purpose of the Israeli center is to establish the method of “effective thinking and acting” as a way of life and an ongoing process. To accomplish that purpose, the center incorporates a vast variety of professional fields - management science, communications, psychology, industrial engineering, behavioral sciences, social work, law, education, etc.
Among the companies and individuals that use the services of the Center are industrial and hi-tech companies, NPOs (non-for-profit organizations), municipalities, government offices, financial organizations, and more. The unique approach of the Center assist these organizations and individuals in designing corporate and private strategies, defining measures of success (including the incorporation of Balanced Score Card), creating superior solutions, lead complex projects, assimilating organizational changes, constructing effective organizational structures (in terms of human resources), and in establishing an organizational culture of constant thinking, renewing, and improving. The Center assists in the execution of board decisions, implementing work plans that correlate with the organizational strategy, making internal changes in organizations, and in the effective utilization of human resources. The focus on purposes, and the use of the BT principles, enables the processes to be more effective, more creative, more efficient and thus more cost-effective.
The International Center for Breakthrough Thinking was established by Professor Gerald Nadler (President) from the University of Southern California, and Professor Shozo Hibino from the Nagoya University, Japan. Both Nadler and Hibino are leading researchers in the field of planning, and have published hundreds of professional articles and books that have been translated into numerous languages. The international center serves as a research base for centers in the US, Canada, Japan, Korea, Belgium, and Israel. The head center of the network is located in Los Angeles.