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 12 (2009)
Volume 11 (2007)
Volume 10 (2006)
Volume 9 (2005)
Volume 8 (2004)
Volume 7 (2003)
Volume 6 (2002)
Volume 5 (2001)
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

The Impact of Organizational Culture,Budgetary Participation and Management Accounting Systems on Managerial Performance

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Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2010, Pages 34-60

  The main aim of this work was to investigate the role of the three parameters of organizational culture, budgetary participation, management accounting systems in the improvement of managers’ performance, and also to explain their effects on each other. The results showed that there is a relation between ...  Read More

Identifying the Effective Factors Creating Trust among Key Bank Customers (Case Study: Key Customers of Karafarin Bank in Tehran)

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Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2010, Pages 61-76

  The banking sector is becoming increasingly competitive throughout the world. This is particularly true in the area of small-medium business banking. Further, the core and actual products being offered to bank customers could be considered reasonably homogenous. Consequently, there is an increased need ...  Read More

Effect of Organizational Structure, Organizational Culture and Integration of Resources on the Effectiveness of Technology Transfer in Iranian Electrical Manufacturing Firms

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Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2010, Pages 77-101

  Today, firms depend on technology transfer to establish competitive advantage in the global market place. Since the failure rates in TT projects are surprisingly high, special attention should be given to the identification of factors leading to ineffectiveness of TT projects and factors facilitating ...  Read More

Comparing the Tendency of Consumption of Domestic Products in Tehran with Other Countries and Examining its Effect on Products Evaluation and Preference

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Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2010, Pages 103-139

  In spite of mach emphasize on consuming domestic products and encouraging the consumers for doing so, a methodological research that can measure the tendency of consumption of domestic products and be comparable with international researches, has not been done so far. In this paper, with introducing ...  Read More

Building a Basic and Standard Framework for Measuring Digital divide

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Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2010, Pages 141-164

  Researchers that have analyzed the digital divide complain about the lack of a standard set of indicators, which appropriately measure the digital divide between countries, Their statistics can be collected by the majority of countries and serve as a basis and a standard for internationally comparable ...  Read More

Building Theory Methodology in Organization and Management:A Comparative Study

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Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2010, Pages 165-191

  There are several methodologies for building theory in organization and management study. The purpose of this study is to compare four methodologies: Dubin, Christensen & Carlile, Lynham and Van de Ven. Therefore, all methodologies were compared based on underling paradigm, type of approach and the relationship ...  Read More

Purposeful Organizational Forgetting: Alchemy of Competitiveness in Organization

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Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2010, Pages 194-218

  Lately, organizations have become increasingly aware of the value of managing their organizational learning and knowledge. Thus researchers have investigated those processes extensively. Still something is missing in the current discussions of organizational knowledge: organizations do not just learn; ...  Read More

A Model for Classification of Knowledge Products through Data Processing

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Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2010, Pages 219-248

  Globalization of economy, increase in competition and dynamical changes of environment are the reasons that knowledge productions have a considerable share in organizational production. Planning for knowledge products is not an easy task because of intangibility of the nature of knowledge itself. Product ...  Read More

The Application of Little Life-cycle Matrix in Determining Appropriate Strategies for Selected Products of a Home Appliances firm

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Volume 13, Issue 4 , September 2010, Pages 249-280

  Strategic planning, whereby managers establish organization’s long-term direction, set specific performance objectives and develop strategies to achieve them in the light of relevant internal and external circumstances, is now generally recognized and widely accepted. The life-cycle concept has long ...  Read More