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Dr. Tali Hadasa Blank

Dr. Tali Hadasa Blank

Senior Lecturer and Head of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Management of Service Organizations

Dr. Blank research and teaching interests include radical innovation, entrepreneurship, and organizational and team learning. In recent years Dr. Blank research focused on founding team factors and processes influence startups innovation and success.  

Dr. Tali Hadasa Blank received the B.A. degree in mathematics and computer science and education from Haifa University, Haifa, Israel, in 1996, the M.B.A. degree from Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel, in 2009, and the Ph.D. degree in industrial engineering and management from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa.

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Blank, T. H. Carmeli, A. 2020. Does Founding Team Composition Influence External Investment? The Role of Founding Team Prior Experience and Founder CEO. The Journal of Technology Transfer, In Press.

Blank, T. H. 2020. When Incubator Resources are Crucial: Survival Chances of Student Startups Operating in an Academic Incubator. The Journal of Technology Transfer, In Press.

Blank, T. H., & Naveh, E. 2019. Product Innovation in R&D Teams: Creativity-Related and Process Management Activities under Schedule and Budget Constraints. Accepted to Engineering Management Review. (47), 15-17

Blank, T.H., & Naveh, E. 2019. Asymmetric Association of Resources: Conditions under which the Separation and Integration of Idea Generation and Implementation Support Product Innovation. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. (66), 598-612.

Blank, T.H., & Naveh, E. 2018. Competition and Complementation of Exploration and Exploitation Approaches to the Achievement of Radical Innovation: The Moderating Effect of Learning Behavior and Promotion Focus IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, (99), 1-15.

Blank, T.H., & Naveh, E. 2015. Lessons from Academia: Quality and Innovation. The Journal for Quality and Participation, 38(1).

Blank, T.H., & Naveh, E. 2014. Do Quality and Innovation Compete Against or Complement Each Other? The Moderating Role of an Information Exchange Climate. Quality Management Journal, 21(2).

Blank, T. H., Erez, M., & Arbel. I., 2014. “Innovation Management Guide”. The Standards Institution of Israel.