Since 1984, Opher has been researching, constructing, and applying unique methodologies, which have demonstrated that people can develop multi-disciplinary talent, contrary to the popularly held concept that talent is “natural”.
Creativity, flexibility and mathematics have led Opher to work on diverse and unique projects worldwide; one of the most outstanding is his work with Disney to design and create amusement parks rides.
Opher has taught alongside a pioneer of business intelligence theory and founder of the Academy of Business Intelligence, Professor Ben Gilad, in FULD, Boston.
He has also developed dozens of unique methodologies and processes for developing the talent and potential in individuals and groups by using three main models: Talent Development, Management Strategies, and Personal Business Relationships. The system enhances the management skills for individuals themselves and when within their work space.
In 2007, he initiated the “Talent” program, which brought 300 children from various socio-economic groups and introduced them to the process of acquiring multi-disciplinary talent in after-school activities, as well as various courses for teachers in the education system. The program was a phenomenal success with the children and the education system.
Opher was both a mentor and member of the advisory board for the Unistream program. Unistream is an Israeli organization that brings about social change by empowering teens from unprivileged communities to build and run their own startups and become entrepreneurs. He has worked closely with big names like HP,Microsoft, Nokia and Osram just to name a few.
Today, Opher assists leading CEOs and industrialists with dedicated management strategies, supports processes in mergers and acquisitions, shares expertise in establishing large class, and supports startups.
Opher is also serving on the Advisory Board of Bootup Ventures in Menlo Park, CA, and is the head of the Bootup Education Department, “Bootup Academy”.
His goal now is to share his 60 years knowledge of training in business and education with the younger generations.