Dr. Doron Faran

Dr. Doron Faran

Dr. Doron Faran

Department: Industrial Engineering and Management
Current Position: Lecturer

Education :

PhD 2011, School of Management and Governance, University of Twente, Enschede, The NetherlandsDissertation: A Critical Rationalist Inquiry of Managerial Epistemology: Toward the Confrontation of the Unawareness Problem

MA 1998, Labor studies Faculty of Social Science, Tel-Aviv University, IsraelDissertation: Toward an Initiated Organizational Change – a Model for Decision Making Process during the Diagnosis Phase

BA 1981, Economics and Business AdministrationFaculty of Social Science, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Research Interests
  • 1.  Managerial epistemology
  • 2. Organizational learning

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Refereed Papers

  1. Faran D, Wijnhoven F (2012) Critical Rationalism and the State of Unawareness in Manager’s Theory. Management Learning 43(5) 495-514
Book Chapters
  1. Faran D (2005) Assessment – Making Sense of It All. In: Jetter A, Kraaijenbrink J, Schröder HH, Wijnhoven F (Eds) Knowledge Integration: The Practice of Knowledge Management in Small and Medium Enterprises. Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg (pp. 101-114).
  2. Faran D, Hauptman A, Raban Y (2005) Organizing the Toolbox – Typology and Alignment of KI solutions. In: Jetter A, Kraaijenbrink J, Schröder HH, Wijnhoven F (Eds) Knowledge Integration: The Practice of Knowledge Management in Small and Medium Enterprises. Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg (pp. 47-64).
  3. Kraaijenbrink J, Faran D, Hauptman A (2005) Knowledge Integration by SMEs – Theory. In: Jetter A, Kraaijenbrink J, Schröder HH, Wijnhoven F (Eds) Knowledge Integration: The Practice of Knowledge Management in Small and Medium Enterprises. Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg (pp. 17-28).
  4. Faran D (2010) Manifesting the cost of uncertainty. In: Hohhof B (Ed) Competitive Intelligence Anthology. SCIP, Alexandria VA (pp. 83-88).

Conference Proceedings and Abstracts

  1. Faran D (2002) “Academic Course as a Knowledge Community”. MEITAL conference, Technion, Haifa, February 2002
  2. Faran D (2003) “Active Learning through Knowledge Map and Organizational Simulation”. Computers and Education conference, Tel-Aviv, January 2003.
  3. Faran D, Hauptman A, Raban Y (2004) “Criteria for Knowledge Integration’s (KI) Problems and Solutions Categorization in the New Product Development (NPD) Process”. The 13th Conference of Industrial Engineering and Management, Tel-Aviv, March 2004.
  4. Faran D, Hauptman A (2004) “Decision-Validity-Tracking (DVT): a New Approach for Discontinuity Early Detection”. EU-US Seminar: New Technology Foresight, Forecasting & Assessment Methods, Seville, 13-14 MAY 2004.
  5. Faran D, Hauptman A (2005) The Watermill Model for Managing Foresight Knowledge. 7th Annual International Conference: Foresight Management in Corporations and Public Organizations: New Visions for Sustainability, Helsinki, Finland, 9-10.6.2005
  6. Faran D, Hauptman A, Aggasy, L (2006) “DVT – Method and Information System for Tracking the Validity of Decisions”. The 14th Conference of Industrial Engineering and Management, Tel-Aviv, March 2006.
  7. Faran D, Hauptman A, Raban Y (2006) The Watermill Model: a Practical Framework for Diagnosing and Analyzing Knowledge Management Issues. In: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on the Modern Information Technology in the Innovation Processes of the Industrial Enterprises, 11-12 September 2006, Budapest, Hungary, pp 263-268.
  8. Faran D (2008) Methodology for Identifying Information Needs along the Decision-Making Process. The 15th Conference of Industrial Engineering and Management, Tel-Aviv, March 2008.
  9. Faran D (2008) The Case of Community-of-Practice Demise: Why Good Will and Real Need are Necessary for Peer Learning but are not Enough. International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC2008), Copenhagen, Denmark, 28-30.4.2008.http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/wbs/conf/olkc/archive/olkc3/papers/contribution116.pdf
  10. Faran D (2009) The Theory of the Business, Falsification and Organizational Learning: How the Theory’s Type Assists in Avoiding Unawareness. In: Barkovic D, Runzheimer B (2009) Proceeding the of Interdisciplinary Management Research Conference V. University of Osijek, pp. 89-101.
  11. Faran D, Wijnhoven F (2010) Organizational learning, epistemology and theory justification: the absence of the major premise. International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC2010), Boston MA, USA, 3-6.6.2010.
  12. Maharshak A, Faran D (2010) On Interpretation of Marketing Messages across Realities. The 8th IAMB (International Academy of Management and Business) Conference, Madrid, Spain, June 28-30, 2010.
  13. Maharshak A, Efroni S, Faran D (2011) Decoding Marketing Messages: The Copywriter/Customer’s Different Horizons. The 4th International Colloquium on Business & Management, Bangkok, Thailand, 24-27.1.2011
  14. Faran D, Wijnhoven F (2011) A Critical rationalist Approach to Organizational Learning: Testing the Theories Held by Managers. International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC2011), Hull, UK, 12-14.4.2011.
  15. Faran D (2012) A New Framework for Organizational Knowledge That Enables Critical Justification. European Conference of Knowledge Management (ECKM 2012), Cartagena, Spain, 6-7.9.2012.
  16. Maharshak A, Faran D (2012) Advertising Effectiveness from the Hermeneutic Standpoint. Academic and Business Research Institute (AABRI) International Conference, Las Vegas NV, October 4-6 2012

Other Publications

  1. Faran D (2001) Information vs. Knowledge. Leadersnet – the Israeli Managers’ Desktop (www.leadersnet.co.il ), October 2001 (Hebrew).
  2. Faran D (2002) “What Impedes Your Intelligence Effort?” Competitive Intelligence Magazine 5 (2): 18-20.
  3. Faran D (2002) Technologies for Knowledge Management. Status – The Managerial Thinking Monthly, February 2002 (Hebrew).
  4. Faran D (2002) The Knowledge Management Process. Status – The Managerial Thinking Monthly, April 2002 (Hebrew).
  5. Faran D (2003) “Manifesting the Cost of Uncertainty” Competitive Intelligence Magazine 6 (5): 32-35.
  6. Faran D (2003) The Hard and Soft Facets of Knowledge Management. Status – The Managerial Thinking Monthly, October 2003 (Hebrew).
  7. Faran D, Hauptman A, Raban Y (2006) The Watermill Model: a Practical Framework for Diagnosing and Analyzing Knowledge Management Issues. KnowkedgeBoard (http://www.knowledgeboard.com/) (Paper of the Year, 2006).

Teaching Experience

The Ort Braude College
Undergraduate Courses:
  •  Organizational Behavior
  • Research Workshop in Organizational Behavior
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Knowledge Management & Organizational Learning
  • Information ManagementThe Ort Braude College – Graduate Courses:
  •  Knowledge Management
  • Approaches in Organizational Strategy
  • Information Strategy
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