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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

Comparative Study on the Fuzzy and Crisp Mathematical Models for Production Planning (Case: Shiraz Oil Refining Company)

Adel Azar; Reza Farahi Bilooee; Ali Rajabzade

Volume 12, Issue 1 , March 2008, Pages 33-54

  In this research, production planning for refinery production processes (multi-stage, multi-production) was modeled with two approaches: crisp and fuzzy. The purpose of this article was to answer this question that which approach (crisp or fuzzy) has a better answer for production planning. To answer ...  Read More

-Management Strategies and view of Iranian women entrepreneurs to success

Zahra Arasti; Mohamadreza Akbarijokar

Volume 12, Issue 1 , March 2008, Pages 55-77

  Entrepreneurship is a new phenomena Iin Iiran and the research in this subject especially in women entrepreneurship is very limited. In spite of the fact that most of the Iranian Women coperate in economic and, social aspects and especially in higher education, the society is not reaping the rewards ...  Read More

Valuation and Pricing of Chemicals and Petrochemicals Know-How by Real Option

Ahmad Mousaie; Reza Bandarian

Volume 12, Issue 1 , March 2008, Pages 79-103

  Commercialization of technology is one of the importants element of innovation process and there are several difficulties to do that. Evaluating and pricing of know –how is one of the most complicated activities in commercialization process. The complexity of technology and know-how pricing has caused ...  Read More

An Inventory-Location Model Formulation and Computational Results

Ahmad Jafarnejhad; Majid Esmaelian; Mehradn Rzvani

Volume 12, Issue 1 , March 2008, Pages 105-125

  In this research We introduce a new distribution center (DC) location model that incorporates working inventory and safety stock inventory costs at the distribution centers. In addition, the model incorporates transport costs from the suppliers to the DCs that explicitly reflect economies of scale through ...  Read More

Information Systems Strategic Planning (ISSP) in Holding Companies: A Case Study of Iranian Managerial Holding Companies

Payam Hanafizadeh; Sorousha Moayer

Volume 12, Issue 1 , March 2008, Pages 127-158

  Holding companies differ in nature from commercial companies. Adopting a specific policy towards products and services, holding companies support and control their subsidiaries. Competition and strategic planning conceptually differ in companies and ordinary commercial companies owing to the fact that ...  Read More

Examining the Relationship between Employees Strategic Capabilities and Human Resource Management Styles in Industrial Companies of Tehran

Seyed Reza Seyed Javadin; Mashaalah Hosseinzadeh

Volume 12, Issue 1 , March 2008, Pages 159-188

  In every organization, different employees have different capabilities. for development of these capabilities and linking with corporate strategies, according to each category of capabilities, different HRM styles should be used. The purpose of this paper was to examine the accordance of HRM styles with ...  Read More

Social Discipline in Organization: research Approach

Zahra Foroutani; Atieh Bohrani

Volume 12, Issue 1 , March 2008, Pages 189-218

  Human resources are the fundamental consideration of any organization, and the development of organization depends upon the effective and optimum use of the resources particularly its manpower. The ideal systems cannot accomplish their programs without creating appropriate background in their manpower, ...  Read More

Promotion of Public Trust and E-Democracy: Exploration of the Role of E-Government

Aryan Gholipour; Ali Pirannejad

Volume 12, Issue 1 , March 2008, Pages 219-256

  Participating of demos in decision making processes of their society have had been the scientists utopia. Communication and information technologies paved the way for participation of the people in their fate. By the way, the most important construct in this equation is public trust that determines the ...  Read More

Studying the Moderator Role of Cultural Dimensions and Occupation Characteristics in Relation to Agency Theory assumptions and compensation features (Case study in Automotive Industry System)

Asghar moshabaki; Zahra Alipour Darvishi

Volume 12, Issue 1 , March 2008, Pages 257-296

  By the increasing rate of flexibility in management systems including compensation systems, it is necessary to study theoretically and understand the key variables on designation of flexible compensation systems. Purpose – The purpose of this article is to study the ability of agency theory in explanation ...  Read More