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Designing a Heuristic Model to Improve the Productivities of Concurrent Machines in Electronic Industries

Hayedeh Mottaghi; Hayedeh Mottaghi

Volume 8, Issue 33 , September 2004

Abstract
  Nowadays mumerous machines are used for production in electronic industries. Considering the high cost of in vest ments on these machines, how to increase their productivity is an important problem in thiese industries. In this article it is tried that with, studying the functions of concurrent machines ...  Read More

The Model of a Global Strategic Supplier Selection in Supply Chain (Case of Iran Automotive Industry)

Abass Moghbel Baarz; Gholamreza Goudarzi

Volume 8, Issue 33 , September 2004

Abstract
  The Model of a Global Strategic Supplier Selection in Supply Chain (Case of Iran Automotive Industry) Globalization is one of the important changes in the 21 century that increased competitions around the world in national, local and international tread and business. Thus production transferred from ...  Read More

Identifying Insufficiencies of Product Cost Accounting System in Iran

Hossein Etemadi; Bagher Shamszadeh

Volume 8, Issue 33 , September 2004, Pages 35-54

Abstract
  Calculating the cost of product precisely and presenting reliable information and reports for economic decision making are the objectives of cost accounting systems. But, the independent auditors reports reveal that most of the manufacturing companies, especially state companies, do not possess suitable ...  Read More

Designing a Model for Behavior Change Using Thinking Process Tools of the Theory of Constraints

Ali Rezaian; Mahdi Babay Ahari

Volume 8, Issue 33 , September 2004, Pages 81-110

Abstract
  A survey of the »change management literature« shows numerous prerequisites for a successful change, but reveals very little a bout how it can be achieved. If such prerequisites are not included in a change program, the change process will be encountered by what is often termed »resistance to change«, ...  Read More

Homeostasis and System Stability

Abdolhamid Shams

Volume 8, Issue 33 , September 2004, Pages 107-128

Abstract
  If »equilibrium« in social systems is recognised as optimum distribution of the system sources among »actors and system members« and the majority of them accept their position for continuity of function and getting a better output of the system, »stability« of this system is underestood as nonoccurrance ...  Read More

Modelling Business Excellence Through Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA)

Adel Azar; Saeed Safari

Volume 8, Issue 33 , September 2004, Pages 111-238

Abstract
  Regarding necessity of performance evaluation an business excellence achievement, this paper is trying to present a business excellence model (BEM) through the combination of two qualitative and quantitative approach to evaluation which are the models taken from total quality management (TQM) and data ...  Read More

The Necessity of Promoting Cooperatives and Their in the Third Sector of Economy

Majid Sabbagh Kermani; Lotfali Agheli

Volume 8, Issue 33 , September 2004, Pages 127-148

Abstract
  Cooperation among human beings have existed in different forms from past centuries till now. The modern cooperatices have been formed in response to disorders due to the occurrence of industrial revolution. Inefficiency of market and government for various reasons, justifies the formation of the third ...  Read More