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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

Abstract
  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

Design and Improving of Quality Function Deployment Using Fuzzy Analytic Network Process and Goal Programming

Adel Azar; Bijan Nahavandi; Ali Rajabzadeh

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2009, Pages 37-68

Abstract
  In both the quality improvement and the design of a product, primarily the engineering characteristics affecting product performance are identified and improved to optimize customer needs (CNs). Especially, the limited resources, increased market competition and product complexity require a customer-driven ...  Read More

An Architecture Design model for artificial Neural Networks and its Application to Forecasting Monthly Consumption of Gas Oil in Iran

Mohammad Reza Amin Naseri; Ahmad Koochakzadeh

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2009, Pages 69-95

Abstract
  A critical step to develop artificial neural networks that has considerable effect on network performance is designing architecture of neural networks. In designing the architecture of networks, generally, the number of hidden layers, number of neurons in each layer and transfer functions are determined. ...  Read More

A Study on the Supervisors' Role from the View of Principals and Teachers of Elementary Schools in Yazd City in 2007-2008

Jalil Baharestan

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2009, Pages 97-126

Abstract
  The aim of this research is was to evaluate the role of educational supervisors and their knowledge level in 2007-2008 from the view of principals and teachers of elementary schools in yazd city. With respect to the goal of educational principles which is to guide and conduct the growth of human beings, ...  Read More

Evaluation and Selection of Supplier in Supply Chain in Case of Single Sourcing with Fuzzy Approach

Ahmad Jafarnejhad; Majid Esmaelian; Masood Rabieh

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2009, Pages 127-153

Abstract
  One of the most important permanence factors in today’s competition environment is decreasing of the cost of the products. Selecting the appropriate suppliers can significantly reduce the purchasing cost and increase organization competitiveness. It is due to the fact that in most industries, the cost ...  Read More

Investigating the Relationship AmongIntersubjectivity,Absorptive Capacity, Innovation and Flexibility:A study of Iranian Pharmaceutical Firms

Seyyed Mahmoud Hosseini; Bahman Hajipour

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2009, Pages 155-176

Abstract
  Firms in many industries rely on knowledge generated outside of the firm as an input to their own research and development. The ability to exploit knowledge that exists outside the boundary of the firm is calld Absorptive Capacity. Cohen and Levinthal defined AC as ‘‘the ability of a firm to recognize ...  Read More

A Framework for Rural Productions Supply Chain Architecture Based on Rural ICT Infrastructure

Behrouz Zarei; Ehsan Merati

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2009, Pages 177-197

Abstract
  Nowadays, ICT infrastructures and applications have been developed because of its capabilities in responsing to the needs of business. These capabilities cause ICT to be used as a simple fying and empowerment tool to achieve. Recently, the ICT infrastructures have been developed to the rural areas through ...  Read More

To Study the Effeciveness of new Public Employees Performance Appraisal System

Gholam Ali Tabarsa; Davood Ghafori

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2009, Pages 199-225

Abstract
  Performance appraisal is considered as an important and critical function in facilitating organization effectiveness in the field of human resource management. In recent years, there has been more attention toward the role of performance appraisal system, became it is believed that an effective performance ...  Read More

Portfolio Formation Based on the Fundamental Vaviables and Their Rating on the Beta and Return

Ebrahim Abbassi; Amir Hossein Erza

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2009, Pages 227-263

Abstract
  Purchasing stock portfolio is one of the ways of risk mitigation in the light of investment process on securities. The research applies two measures, Z and G, to demonstrate stock portfolio. Fundamental variables applied in the research are Z index, which demonstrates financial authenticity of firm and ...  Read More

Designing Corporate Reputation Model for Iranian Banks and Examining Stakeholders Cognitive Differences.

Abbas Moghbel Baarz; Gholam Reza Asgari; Ahmad Ali Khaef Alahi

Volume 12, Issue 4 , January 2009, Pages 265-296

Abstract
  In this paper, our aim was to get a definition of reputation that can be accepted in management literature. But the results of the research showed that there is not a common definition over reputation, because the meaning of reputation has been examined in diverse areas and domains. However, through ...  Read More