Lecturer: Prof. Dafna Kariv
- 1. General data on pandemic effects on the economy
2. The crisis impact on startups – The ‘good’ and ‘bad’ news
3. The Triple-Faceted Model for developing the competitive advantage for the Day After, encompassing:
The business, e.g., Digitalizing the business’ activities; Building strategic partnerships; Share existing platform; Exploiting timely opportunities
The entrepreneur(s) / founder(s), e.g., Training yourself (new, timely projects); Getting acquainted with ‘unreachable’ figures; Developing a resilient mindset; Identify personal and team’s strengths and stick with them
- The ecosystem, e.g., Being valuable to your ecosystem; Gaining insights from others; Using social media; Starting a community.
4. Practices from a ‘here and now’ viewpoint
5. Q&As and concluding remarks
שפה: עברית או אנגלית
קהל יעד: קהל עסקי/מגזר ציבורי ובכירים – ישראלי ובינלאומי, צוותי חינוך, תלמידים וסטודנטים, משפחות, צה"ל.
Professor Dafna Kariv is the Chair the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation and of NOVUS, Center of Entrepreneurship at the School of Business, Administration at the College of Management (COLLMAN), Rishon Lezion, She is the former Vice President of her College. Israel. Professor Kariv is Affiliate Professor at HEC, Montreal, Canada. Prof. Kariv is the author of five academic books, all around entrepreneurship, published with Routledge UK, Routledge, NY and Edward Elgar, UK. She has published numerous papers in entrepreneurship in academic journals, with research teams from Canada, Europe and US.
Kariv’s research focuses on international entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial performance, entrepreneurial education and gender. She is a recipient of several prized funds including the European Commission funds; she is involved in many academic boards, the Ambassador of ‘German-Israeli-Startup-Exchange Program’ (GISEP); and a consultant of the Ministry of Education for entrepreneurship programs.