Ayman El Tarabishy

photo - Ayman El Tarabishy
Title:
Executive Director of the International Council for Small Business (ICSB); Teaching Professor of Management
Office:
Management
Address:
Funger Hall
2201 G Street NW
Suite 312
Washington, D.C. 20052
Phone:
202-994-1120
Email:
[email protected]
Website:
aymaneltarabishy.com

Dr. Ayman El Tarabishy is the deputy chair and teaching professor of the Department of Management at the George Washington University School of Business.

Dr. El Tarabishy has been recognized by the United Nations and the Permanent Mission of Argentina to the United Nations for creating a United Nations International Name Day dedicated to Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises. June 27 from now on is the official United Nations International Name Day dedicated to Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSME Day). 

The United Nations International Name Days are designated on specific days, to mark particular events or topics in order to promote, through awareness and actions, the objectives of the Organization. Dr. El Tarabishy managed through his novel idea to work closely with the Permanent Mission of Argentina to propose through a UN resolution a United Nations International Name Day dedicated to MSMEs. The United Nations General Assembly approved the resolution proposed by Permanent Mission of Argentina and by 54 countries representing 5.5 billion people as co-signers of the resolution.

Dr. El Tarabishy is an award-winning author and teacher, and in 2019 was awarded the George Washington University New Venture Competition Most Influential Faculty. Dr. El Tarabishy is the only faculty member in the GW School of Business that teaches in two nationally-ranked programs. He developed the first Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Creativity courses offered to MBA and undergraduate students throughout the GW University.

Dr. El Tarabishy is also the executive director of the International Council for Small Business (ICSB), the oldest and largest non-profit organization across the globe devoted to advancing small business research and practices. ICSB is a coalition of more than a dozen national organizations across the globe and represented in over eighty countries.

Dr. El Tarabishy created and managed the Global Entrepreneurship Research and Policy Conference (GWOctober.org) that is hosted at the George Washington University. The GW October conference connects the latest and most cutting edge of entrepreneurship research to the most pressing and important national and international policy to promote entrepreneurship and SMEs. The intersection of these two important topics makes the conference vital for global development.

Dr. El Tarabishy has the most downloaded article in 2015-2016 on the topic of Entrepreneurial Leadership from the Journal for Small Business Management. His recent work on a new topic of Humane Entrepreneurship has been quoted and used at the World Bank, OECD, ILO, and most the United Nations.

Dr. El Tarabishy previous work experience included the World Bank in the Corporate Strategy Group. He helped develop and manage their technology strategy for the Development Marketplace Program. The program’s mission was to identify and support creative cutting-edge solutions to the most pressing world social and economic concerns. To date, the Global Development Marketplace competition has disbursed over US $115 million in awards to 650 winning proposals.

Dr. El Tarabishy assisted the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to develop new and more effective methods for doing business in Egypt. His program of promoting social development and business was adopted by the largest US delegation mission to Egypt.

Dr. El Tarabishy consults and conducts executive training for several national and international organizations, including the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the World Bank, and the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB).

Professional Associations

  • Academy of Management
  • Member, Organizational Behavior Division
  • Member, Organization Development and Change Division
  • Member, Entrepreneurship Division
  • International Leadership Association

Professional Specialties

  • Designing and Conducting Organizational Research Focused on Leadership and Entrepreneurship
  • Design and Implementation of Leadership Development Programs
  • Designing and Facilitating Executive Team Development Sessions
  • Assisting Executives and Managers in the Design and Implementation of Major Cultural Change Efforts in Organizations

Clients

Among Dr. El Tarabishy’s clients have been the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the National Federation of Small Business (NFIB), the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), and the United States Association for Small Business (USASBE).

  • Leadership
  • Innovation and Creativity
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship
     

Ph.D., The George Washington University

M.B.A., The George Washington University

Books

“The Intersection of Humane Entrepreneurship and the New Sustainable Goals” 2016 Entrepreneurship and SME World Conference, Seoul, South Korea. www.humaneentrepreneurship.org

Scholarly Books Authored

Passerini, K. , El Tarabishy, A. , & Patten, K. (2012). Information Technology for Small Business, Managing the Digital Enterprise. Springer, Boston, MA. (Award-Winning)

Scholarly Books Edited

El Tarabishy, A. (2009). Social Media for Teaching Leadership. Software and internet-based materials to accompany. Peter G. Northouse, Leadership: Theory and practice. (5th ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Book Chapters

Renko, M. El Tarabishy, A. (2011). Entrepreneurial Leadership in Family Firms. Understand Family Business: Neglected topics, new approaches and theories. Springer, Boston, MA.
 

Landoli, L. Parente, R. El Tarabishy, A. (2011). TechnoModel Creative Destruction in the Italian High Fashion Industry. Cases in European Entrepreneurship edited by Thomas M. Cooney. European Entrepreneurship Case Study Resource Centre. Brussels.
 

Monsen, E., Urbig, D. Renko, M. El Tarabishy, A. E. & Schoedt, L. (2010). Explaining Entrepreneurial Intent and Behavior: Moderating Effects of Efficacy and Control Beliefs. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 30. Wellesley, MA: Babson College
 

El Tarabishy, A. (2009). Social Media for Teaching Leadership. Software and internet based materials to accompany. Peter G. Northouse, Leadership: Theory and practice. (5th ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
 

Solomon, G., Duffy, S and Tarabishy, A. 2005. The State of Entrepreneurship Education in the United States: A Nationwide Survey and Analysis. In Keystones of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, Malden Mass: Blackwell Publishing.

Refereed Book Chapters

Renko Maija, El Tarabishy Ayman, Carsrud Alan L. & Brännback Malin (2012) Entrepreneurial Leadership and the Family Business. In: Understanding Family Businesses - Undiscovered Approaches, Unique Perspectives, and Neglected Topics, edited by Alan Carsrud & Malin Brännback. Springer: International Studies in Entrepreneurship- series, Vol. 15, 169-184.

Iandoli, L. Parente, R. El Tarabishy, A. (2011). TechnoModel – Creative Destruction in the Italian High Fashion Industry. Cases in European Entrepreneurship edited by Thomas M. Cooney. European Entrepreneurship Case Study Resource Centre. Brussels.

Monsen, E., Urbig, D. Renko, M. El Tarabishy, A. E. & Schoedt, L. (2010). Explaining Entrepreneurial Intent and Behavior: Moderating Effects of Efficacy and Control Beliefs. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 30. Wellesley, MA: Babson College.

Articles

Renko Maija, El Tarabishy Ayman, Carsrud Alan L. & Brännback Malin, Understanding and measuring entrepreneurial leadership style, Journal of Small Business Management, 2015 Jan.
 

Sashkin, M., El-Tarabishy, A., & Harvey, M. (2009, January/February). Stogdill 60 years later: The role of character in leadership effectiveness. The Member Connector,12-14.
 

El-Tarabishy, A., & Sashkin, M.(2008). Social entrepreneurship at the macro-level: Three lessons for success. Innovations: Technology/Governance/Globalization, 3(3), 56-64.
 

El Tarabishy, A., Solomon, G., and Sashkin, M. (2005). The entrepreneurial leader’s impact on organizational performance in dynamic markets. The Journal of Private Equity, 8(4), 20-30.
 

Fernald, L., Solomon, G ., and El Tarabishy, A. (2005). A New Paradigm: Entrepreneurial leadership. Southern Business Review, 30 (2), 1-10.
 

Solomon, G., Duffy, S. and El Tarabishy, A. (2002). The State of Entrepreneurship Education in the United States: A Nationwide Survey and Analysis. International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 1(1): 00-00.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Kim, Ki-Chan and El Tarabishy, Ayman and Bae, Zong-Tae (2018), Humane Entrepreneurship: How Focusing on People Can Drive a New Era of Wealth and Quality Job Creation in a Sustainable World. Journal of Small Business Management, Vol. 56, pp. 10-29, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jsbm.12431

Parente, Roberto and El Tarabishy, Ayman and Vesci, Massimiliano and Botti, Antonio (2018), The Epistemology of Humane Entrepreneurship: Theory and Proposal for Future Research Agenda. Journal of Small Business Management, Vol. 56, pp. 30-52, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jsbm.12432

Renko Maija, El Tarabishy Ayman, Carsrud Alan L. & Brännback Malin (2015). Understanding and measuring entrepreneurial leadership style. Journal of Small Business Management. Vol. 53, No. 1, 54-75.
El-Tarabishy, A., & Sashkin, M.  (2008). Social entrepreneurship at the macro-level: Three lessons for success.  innovations: Technology/Governance/Globalization, 3(3), 56-64.

Peer-Reviewed Monographs

Patten, Karen, El Tarabishy, Ayman, Passerini, Katia (2013). Mobile Broadband: A Game-changer for SME IT for Innovation Success, European Business Review.

El Tarabishy, Ayman  (2010). The Impact of Broadband Speed and Price on Small Business: A Report to the Small Business Administration Advocacy Group.

Case Studies

2012 El Tarabishy, Griffin, J.J.,A. and Abdallah, A.M. ‘TBS: A Fresh Look at CSR’ with teaching note, KCC Publishing, American University of Cairo, Egypt.

2012 El Tarabishy, Griffin, J.J.,A. and Abdallah, A.M. ‘Arab African International Bank (AAIB): Moving Beyond Philanthropy’, KCC Publishing, American University of Cairo, Egypt.

2012 El Tarabishy, Griffin, J.J.,A. and Abdallah, A.M ‘Wild Guanabana: Growing a Responsible Small Business’, KCC Publishing, American University of Cairo, Egypt.

2012 El Tarabishy, Griffin, J.J.,A. and Abdallah, A.M. ‘The Social Impact Broker: How CID Consulting integrates Corporate Social Responsibility with Social Entrepreneurship in Egypt’ with teaching note, KCC Publishing, American University of Cairo, Egypt.

2012 El Tarabishy, Griffin, J.J.,A. and Abdallah, A.M, A.M. ‘Redefining Value: The Story of Group of Youth’, KCC Publishing, American University of Cairo, Egypt.

2012 El Tarabishy, Griffin, J.J.,A. and Abdallah, A.M. ‘Outreach Egypt – Consultancy for Development The Craftsmanship Enhancement Program’ with teaching note, KCC Publishing, American University of Cairo, Egypt

Social Entrepreneurship Class at the GW School of Business

Creativity & Innovation Course - Fall 2019

Interview with Dr. El Tarabishy About the Role of Leadership in Today's Dynamic Markets

Interview with Dr. El Tarabishy About the New Cognitive Worker and How it Relates to a Modern Organization

Dr. Ayman El Tarabishy (GWU): Social Impact Investing in the Tourism Sector