Boaz Capsouto

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Boaz is a seasoned facilitator on SIT's Facilitation and Projects team. He is responsible for planning, facilitating and executing innovation initiatives with clients worldwide. He has partnered with Kraft Foods, Mondelēz international, J&J and MegaFon among others on areas such as Margin Improvement, Strategy, MarCom and Marketing Innovation. He also mentors and supports clients through to implementation and execution of project goals.
Boaz has a passion for making nontrivial connections, challenging assumptions and dealing with uncertainty in day-to-day life. He finds that harnessing this passion to his work, by helping clients create a culture of innovation, is challenging and valuable - on both an organizational and business level - irrespective of whether they are global, multinational, local or non profit. 

Before joining SIT, Boaz has worked as an organizational consultant and group facilitator in a broad range of areas including HR, Compliance & Corporate Social Responsibility, insurance, recruitment, water treatment and educational publishing. He is also a keen volunteer and has been involved with NGO programs on safe driving, youth counseling and a rape crisis centre. Boaz has a B.Sc. in Geology and Environmental Science and an MBA (Organizational Behavior & Marketing) from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.



Boaz really knows when to step in and when to keep things moving. He's put together an exceptional report on some of the work we’ve done that leaves us with a resource to go back to for reference and guidance. The facilitators do an exceptional job of using the tools so that you come out of the session with unique and documented ideas and their identified owners. It was really powerful for us // Leigh Ann Thomas, Senior Business Relationship Manager – Information Technology Services, American Water

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