Dr Dorel Iosif started his career in Israel with the Technion Institute of Technology. Upon emigrating to Australia in the early ‘90s, he took a research position with BHP Billiton and further, taught Quantitative Methods at the Department of Economics at The University of Melbourne.
After his Ph.D, Dorel pursued a career in engineering and management consulting. He held senior executive roles with PwC, Advisian, KBR and Worley.
He is currently the Managing Partner and CEO of Lavaux Advisory, a global management consulting firm in the area of energy transitions, strategy and operations and an Adjunct Professor at Swinburne Institute of Technology.
Dr Iosif holds a Ph.D in applied mathematics from The University of Melbourne and studied Corporate Level Strategy - Executive Program at Harvard Business School.
Dorel has been a strong advocate on the importance of energy transitions and ethical governance. In 2012 he sounded the alarm at the World Gas and LNG Summit about the challenges that Australia will be facing in its gas and LNG supply-demand balance over the following decade. He is an active promoter of the role of business leaders in the energy transitions era. Dorel is a global energy expert having led one of the world largest energy strategy function at corporate level as well as a former Head of Energy with PwC.
He is an expert on comparative strategy, leadership value construct and dynamic capabilities.
Dorel is a Harvard Business Review Advisory Council member, former Chairman of the Panel of Experts at the World Future Energy Summit and former non-executive Director of Houston Partnership.
He worked in Australia, USA, Europe and the Middle East.
Subtopic: Culture, Future of Work, Leadership, Ethical Governance, Comparative Strategy
Subtopic: Open and Closed Innovation, Innovation Case Studies, Role of Leadership in Innovation, Innovation in Energy and Energy Systems
Subtopic: Future of Work, Marketplaces, Talent Management
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