"If you will it, it is no dream" - this famous quote by the State's visionary, Theodor Hertzl, was adopted not many years later by Dov Yohannes, a Holocaust survivor, and led him to establish the College of Management Academic Studies. Dov Yohannes, 1914-2014, founder and developer of the education network of the Clerical Union, which over the years became the Seminar of Management and later on the College of Management as we all know it today, was born in Krakov, Poland. Yohannes was a student and counselor in a youth movement, an activist in the Zionist underground during World War II, an immigration activist on behalf of the Jewish Agency (Sochnut), and a public activist on behalf of the Jewish Association in Krakov. His rich history and the diverse fields of study and activity he selected, explain the great importance Yohannes attributed to administration and education. In his opinion, as an academic institution, the college has to be involved in activities for society, to provide the student with education and culture, to take actions for formulating the student's professional personality, and to introduce advanced education methods. In an interview held in 2008, Yohannes addressed the establishment of a high education institution within the framework of a professional union: "I consider it as a one of a kind act that wouldn't have succeeded if not for the significant idea itself".