Volume 27 (2023)
Volume 26 (2022)
Volume 25 (2021)
Volume 24 (2020)
Volume 23 (2019)
Volume 22 (2018)
Volume 21 (2017)
Volume 20 (2016)
Volume 19 (2015)
Volume 18 (2014)
Volume 17 (2014)
Volume 16 (2012)
Volume 15 (2011)
Volume 14 (2010)
Volume 13 (2010)
Volume 12 (2009)
Volume 11 (2007)
Volume 10 (2006)
Volume 9 (2005)
Volume 8 (2004)
Volume 7 (2003)
Volume 6 (2002)
Volume 5 (2001)

Customer credit clustering for Present appropriate facilities

behrooz minaei; amir afsar; rahmat houshdar mahjoub

Volume 17, Issue 4 , January 2014, , Pages 1-24

  Credit institutions to provide variety of facilities to their customers, need to comprehensive studies by qualitative and quantitative aspects of their applicants. By this way, accomplish a complete evaluation of repay ability measure and calculate the refund facilities probability and finance services ...  Read More

Developing a Human Resource Strategy ‎Framework:‎ A Knowledge Oriented Approach

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Volume 15, Issue 1 , February 2011, , Pages 1-29

  In today’s business world, human resource is concerned as fundamental capital ‎of organizations. In fact, human resource is the chief organizational tool to ‎achieve the strategies and goals. According to the significance of human ‎resource, the present research aimed to develop a framework, ...  Read More

Mathematical robust modeling, a modern approach in IRAN public budgeting

Sajjad Najafi; Adel Azar

Volume 15, Issue 2 , May 2011, , Pages 1-20

  Mathematical robust modeling, a modern approach in IRAN public budgeting Abstract: Nowadays most of resource allocation is mental, empirical and based on the old methods. So it does not have generalization ability and mathematical confirm, Hence using from quantity theory for nearing of quantitative ...  Read More

Reflection on Interest group s’ influences on budgeting in Iran

sahar nikmaram; - -; - -

Volume 16, Issue 1 , May 2012, , Pages 1-18

  Abstract Budget process is one of the most important policy processes in every state which can be an area for using various interest groups’ power, groups that involve in bargaining process to gain further resources and profit. These influences are important for their role to hampering growth and ...  Read More

Analysis the process of Active Forgetting of old and obsolete knowledge: case study Hasheminejad hospital

Mehdi Bagherzadeh Niri; - -; - -

Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2012, , Pages 1-18

  The importance of the study of Knowledge Active Forgetting (KAF) is generally described. In this paper, in order to create a comprehensive definition, different definitions of organizational forgetting and knowledge active forgetting presented in the literature, have been reviewed. In addition, key concepts ...  Read More

Application of Structural Equation Modeling in Evaluation of Organizational Effectiveness

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Volume 16, Issue 3 , September 2012, , Pages 1-20

  The contribution of the service sector in the global economy is rising nowadays and organizations are the key elements of this economical sector. The customer-orientation and attempting to enhance the performance are playing a fundamental role in the organizations success and effectiveness. The present ...  Read More

The Application of DEA in Selecting a Portfolio Consisting of the Most Efficient and the Most Inefficient Companies Now Present in Tehran Stock Market

Adel Azar; Reza Jalali; farzane khosravani

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, , Pages 1-19

  Abstract Selecting a portfolio has always been a significant issue in Financial Management. The models presented for selecting the best portfolio have some deficiencies and after some time, their deficiencies would be revealed and they will be replaced by some other models. One of the problems with those ...  Read More

A Joint Ordering Model for Automotive parts in Two-level Supply Chain

Reza Kazemzadeh; Roohangiz Asadi; Isa Nakhaei Kamal Abadi; Zahra Bagherinejad

Volume 17, Issue 2 , May 2013, , Pages 1-18

  In this study, we developed a Joint Replenishment Problem (JRP) model; In addition, JRP was introduced through capacitated vehicle to send the parts. The model was developed as an Integer-non linear model. Cost function consists of the major ordering cost, the minor ordering cost and the holding cost. ...  Read More

Recognition of Underlying Dimentions of Production systems in Iran by using Discriminant analysis

alireza pooya

Volume 16, Issue 4 , January 2013, , Pages 1-18

  Production firms select and design their proper production system by attention market and resources. Production systems or production process be introduced by series of variables. The one of their most famous is product-process matrix of Hayes and wheelwright. It intoduce production process by using ...  Read More

-Modeling the Agility of Supply Chain Using Interpretive Structural Modeling Approach

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Volume 14, Issue 4 , March 2011, , Pages 1-25

  Nowadays, many organizations face with increasing competition and uncertainty environment, supported by innovating technologies and the changing needs of customers. In this environment, past methods in supply chain loose their ability. One efficient method in this regard is agility. Thus, for modeling ...  Read More

Supply Chain Inventory Management: A Mathematical Modeling

Adel Azar; Moslem Alimohammadlou

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, , Pages 1-28

  Inventories exist throughout the supply chain in various forms for various reasons. Since carrying these inventories can annually cost from 20 to 40% of their value, managing them in a scientific manner to maintain minimal levels makes economic sense. This paper presents a near-optimal (s, Q)-type inventory ...  Read More

Robust Project Scheduling Model with Resources Constraint and Solving It by Simulated Annealing Algorithm (Part of the Project Activities of Gas Condensate Refinery in Bandar Abbas)

Mohammad-hossein Nabizadeh; Hosseinali Hasanpur; Ahmad Norng

Volume 18, Issue 1 , May 2014, , Pages 1-24

   Scheduling plays an important role in the development and success of the project; this has always been one of the main issues considered in operations and management science researches. Another reason for the focus of much research into it is the difficult nature of this problem. Therefore, special ...  Read More

Bi-objective shift and job rotation scheduling for multi-skilled workforces with human factor engineering approach

mohammad akbari; Mostafa Zandieha; Behroz Dorri

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, , Pages 1-21

  The goal of this research is providing optimization approach for bi-objective scheduling work shifts and job rotation problem in order to exploit efficient performance of employees. In this article scheduling work shifts and job rotation problems had been modeled in one mathematical model with two objective ...  Read More

The Relationship between Managers’ Value Perspective and Fulfiling Their Role of Social Responsibility in Public Organizations

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Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2010, , Pages 1-33

  One of the effective factors of social responsibility and achievement of organizations is considering at which values and implementing them in work settings. The important issue is the rate they constitutionalist ethical principles in the organizations and having commitment to these principles. By implementing ...  Read More

A Framework for the Role of Human Factors In information Systems’ Security

Shaaban Elahi; Mehdi Taheri; Alireza Hassanzadeh

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2009, , Pages 1-22

  Information systems security (ISS) is a critical issue that organizations face world wide. Information systems security involves both technology and people (human factors). The focus in most researches on information systems’, security as a technical issue has dominated ISS researches and practices. ...  Read More

Comprative Study of Data Analysis in Six Sigma Statistical Tools and MADM techniques

Adel Azar; Seyyed Haydar Mirfakhraddiny; Ali Asghar Anvari Rostamy

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2009, , Pages 1-35

  Toyday Six sigma method is known as an efficient and effective method of solving the problem.The most common methodology in six sigma is DMAIC that includes five steps: Defenition, Measurement, Analysis, Improvement and Control. One of the most important bases of six sigma methodology is the use a lot ...  Read More

Designing a Mathematical Screening Model to Select the Key Problems in (EFQM) Excellence Model

Adel Azar; Gholamreza Tavakoli; Seyyed Hamid Khodadad Hoseyni

Volume 12, Issue 1 , March 2008, , Pages 1-31

  We can call “EFQM excellence model” as a transition from the great number of different models and approaches to unity in context of organizational improvement and excellence. Doing self-assessment to find areas for improvement (AFIs) is the most important application of this model. Those organizations ...  Read More

A Comparative Study of Islamic and Current Administration

Jalil Baharestan

Volume 8, Issue 20 , December 2004, , Pages 1-37

  The article aims at a comparative study of Islamic and Current administration. To make the subject and its aims accessible, two research questions have been put forward: Question one: How can the assumptions, pre-requisites and the essentials of Islamic administration be distinguished from Current administration? Question ...  Read More

Assessing the Relationships of Bank Deposits and Governmental Industrial Development Bonds Investments with the Attracitveness of Investing (Lequidity and Capitalization) in Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE)

Anvary Rostamy Ali Asghar; Behrooz Lari Semnani

Volume 11, Issue 20 , December 2007, , Pages 1-29

  Capital markets play important roles in economic development of countries and financial policy makers are very interested to have more information about the stock markets attractiveness for investors. One of the most important questions about the stock markets is about the relationship between the attraction ...  Read More

The Impact of Organizational Person- Organization Fit and Organizational Culture on Organizational Behaviors of University Faculties in University. (Case Study: Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman)

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Volume 14, Issue 2 , September 2010, , Pages 1-21

  This study attempts to investigate and analyze the impact of organizational culture and degree of fit between university faculties on behavioral outcomes in our case study. The basic question is that how much organizational culture and degree of fit (mis) between university faculties and university ...  Read More

The Establishment of Financial Model in Order to Solve the Dispute in the Cooperative (Executive) Governmental- Private Contracts by Using Game Theory

kamran shahanaqhic; Golamreza Jalali

Volume 18, Issue 3 , September 2014, , Pages 1-24

  Abstract: One of the most important responsibilities of governments, particularly in developing countries is executing infrastructure projects. Vital need for countries to undertake these projects on one hand and the lack of financial, managerial and executive government in implementing them on the other ...  Read More

Application of multi-level, multi-objective mathematical model to determine the optimal level of effective quality factors in plastic injection quality and using fuzzy dual response surface methodology (Case Study: Movable arm rest Teflon Bush for bus seat)

Mostafa Hoseinnezhadi; Mahdi Azizmohammadi; Maghsoud Amiri

Volume 18, Issue 2 , July 2014, , Pages 1-24

  One of the applicable techniques which are used for modeling and solving optimization problems is response surface methodology (RSM). Response surface methodology is a collection of tools for fitting a surface to a set of data and determines optimal levels, this method used of a regression model for ...  Read More

Designing and Determining an Organizational Design Commensurate with Information Technology and Information System (IT/IS) in Spare Parts Building Industries of Iran’s Automobiles

Seyyed Hamid Khodadad Hosseini; Reza Ismaeilpour

Volume 10, Issue 20 , June 2006, , Pages 1-44

  In the world today, information technology and information systems (IT/IS) are no longer as work tools or as production resources, but they are considered as new environment and work space. This new environment or work space has provided an area for great developments including a change in the method ...  Read More

A Comparative Study on the Classical and Artifitial Intelligence Methods in Stock Price Index Forecasting and Hybrid Modeling

Adel Azar; Amir Afsar; Parviz Ahmadi

Volume 10, Issue 4 , March 2007, , Pages 1-16

  Today, stock investment has become an important mean of national finance. Apparently, it is significant for investors to estimate the stock price and select the trading chance accurately in advance, which will bring high return to stockholders. In the past, long-term trading processes and many technical ...  Read More

Management Decision Making on Non-financial Performance Measures in Environmental Uncertainty

Hamid Reaza Bazzaz-zadeh

Volume 18, Issue 4 , January 2015, , Pages 1-22

  This study investigates the impact of using non-financial performance measures on management decisions and the performance of firms listed in TSE, as well as the role of perceived environmental uncertainty in this relationship. For this purpose, the questionnaires were sent for 122 randomly selected ...  Read More