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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

Abstract
  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

Critical Issues in Bbusiness process reengineering: An Iranian Defense Industries Case Study

Mostafa Jafari; Peyman Akhavan; Jalal Rezaee Noor

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2009, Pages 23-64

Abstract
  This research was designed to identify the critical success factors of business process reengineering in an Iranian defense industries case study based on multivariate data analysis. Through developing a business process reengineering model and implementing it on the case study, the business processes ...  Read More

Explaining the Model of Effectiveness in Iranian Public Organizations Based on the Role of Servant Leadership

Mohammad Taqi Norozi; hasan Danaee Fard; Ahmad Ali Khaef Alahi

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2009, Pages 65-91

Abstract
  The attention to servant leadership has increased in the recent years and different kinds of business, profit, educational and even governmental organizations have used servant leadership principles for managing their organizations. But doubts have been raised in regard to the effectiveness of implementing ...  Read More

The Effective Factors on Customer Trust in E-Commerce (B2C Model)

Seyyed Hamid Khodadad Hosseini; Maisam Shirkhodaie; Asadollah Kordnaeij

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2009, Pages 93-118

Abstract
  In B2C models of e-commerce, customer trust is considered as one of the key factors of successfulness, and many scholars believe that the success factor in e-commerce is establishment and implementation of a safe and reliable purchasing process for the customers. The aim of this research was to study ...  Read More

The Effect of Information Technology on the Excellence of Iranian Organizations

Seyed Hessameddin Zegordi; Mehdi Esmaeili

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2009, Pages 119-157

Abstract
  Information Technology (IT) and organizational Excellence Models have significant impacted on most of Iranian organizations. Although each has been widely researched all over the world, however, there is little well-founded empirical research on the relationship between Information Technology (IT) and ...  Read More

Designing Organizational Change Model in Cost Management "Supply Chain Management of Iran Khodro Industrial Group"

Mahmood Saremi; Behnam Ajdari

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2009, Pages 159-181

Abstract
  With regard to the increase of competitive atmosphere and companies' endeavors to capture more segments of the market, the necessity of codifying new models to apply competitive strategies, seems more momentous than before. Accordingly, with due respect to cost management, both attracting customers' ...  Read More

Designing Organizational Change Model in Cost Management "Supply Chain Management of Iran Khodro Industrial Group"

Ali Rezaian; Abbas Moghbel Baarz; Naser Shahbaz; Asghar moshabaki

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2009, Pages 159-181

Abstract
  With regard to the increase of competitive atmosphere and companies' endeavors to capture more segments of the market, the necessity of codifying new models to apply competitive strategies, seems more momentous than before. Accordingly, with due respect to cost management, both attracting customers' ...  Read More

Building and Validating a Scale for Measurement of Learning Organizations Characteristics

Vajhollah Ghorbanizadeh

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2009, Pages 209-238

Abstract
  Many of management theorists describe learning organization as a living and evolutionary system that enhances its performance by acquiring knowledge. "Thinking about future or future building" and "increasing learning capacity" are two key factors that have been emphasized by the authors of learning ...  Read More

Direct and nondirect relationship between total quality management and perceived procedural Justice with organizational commitment

Mohsen Golparvar; Hamid Reza Oreizie

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2009, Pages 239-270

Abstract
  The purpose of this research was to study the direct and nondirect relations between the total quality management dimensions and perceived procedural justice with organizational commitment. For this aim, 294 persons from Isfahan city organizations were randomly selected to answer the research questionnaires. ...  Read More

The Efficiency Measurement of Iran's Oil Refineries

Mohammad Reza Mehrgan; Amin Kamyab Moghaddas; Aliyeh Kazemi

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2009, Pages 271-296

Abstract
  In this paper, with the priority of measuring and promoting productivity in energy sector, we presented a model for evaluating the technical efficiency of oil refineries, as huge producers of energy and different fuels. The basis of evaluation in this research was Math modeling by using new and advanced ...  Read More