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Mapping of data quality process monitoring map in with SODA approach(case study : statistical center of Iran)

Saeed Najafi Tavana; Hossein Ghorbani; Adel Azar

Volume 19, Issue 4 , March 2016, Pages 1-20

Abstract
  Quality is a concept that is based on the views of users, users needs and dominances is established. Thus, among the various groups of users have different meanings. statistics Data quality to the appropriate degree of confidence in them to meet the needs of users and the purposes specified in the survey ...  Read More

Developing a path analysis model on enterprise strategy map based on balanced scorecard via Bayesian networks (Case Study: A Investment Company)

Ali Reza Aliahmadi; Mohammad Reza Shafeeian

Volume 19, Issue 4 , March 2016, Pages 21-44

Abstract
  For years, researchers and managers have been popular with Balanced Scorecard and during the time, several edits have been developed from this base model. “Strategy map” is a topic that have been invented by researchers of the Balanced Scorecard to ease the understanding of issues that related ...  Read More

The study of the relationship between psychological capital and quality of services by CCA

Marjan Fayyazi; Hossein Balochi; Seyyed Reza Seyyed Javadein

Volume 19, Issue 4 , March 2016, Pages 41-60

Abstract
  Abstract: The purpose of the present study is to examine the relationships between sub dimensions of psychological capital (hope, efficacy, resilience and optimism) and components of quality of services provided to employees (responsibility, reliability, trusting, empathy, tangibility). For this purpose, ...  Read More

a model for production and inventory control in crisis condition

mohammad akbari

Volume 19, Issue 4 , March 2016, Pages 45-70

Abstract
  External factors such as sanctions and the lack of cooperation from foreign suppliers, and internal factors such as lack of proper management of cash flow or inappropriate policy board, can lead to a lack of inventory. Inventory shortage is an important factor in creating the crisis in the manufacturing ...  Read More

Identifying key factors on marketing performance of pharmacy companies:The mediating role of ethic marketing

Ali Safari; Fateme Abbasi; Behnam Golshahi

Volume 19, Issue 4 , March 2016, Pages 95-116

Abstract
  This paper has been done by the aim of identifying key factors affecting ethic marketing and their roles on improving marketing performance through the mediation influence of ethic marketing. This paper is based on a qualitative-quantitative study. Therefore at the first step, key factors affecting ethic ...  Read More

Measuring the Flexibility of Supply Chain by Using Gray System

Amir Mohammad Fakoor Saghih

Volume 19, Issue 4 , March 2016, Pages 117-138

Abstract
  The modern business environment is constantly changing, and manage this change to adapt to a future of uncertainties is a challenge that necessitates supply chain flexibility. We introduce a method for measuring flexibility based on gray system. For this purpose, the flexibility of Alpha Automobile Company ...  Read More

Explaining interactive strategic objectives of Iranian Banking Industry by applying business ecosystem concept

Asadolah KordNaeij; Majid Jamali; Seyed Hamid Khodadad Hoseini; Saeed Fallah Tafti

Volume 19, Issue 4 , March 2016, Pages 139-160

Abstract
  Traditionally, organizations apply competitive strategy approach in formulating their strategies. But, in today's business environment in which organizations interact with one another and affect each other, strategic management requires a new mindset and interactive approach to replace the competitive-cooperative ...  Read More

Effect of knowledge sharing intention and Competencies on managers’ job performance in project-based organizations (A case study: PIDMCo.)

Behrooz Ghlichlee; Mehdi Asadi Gharabaghi

Volume 19, Issue 4 , March 2016, Pages 161-184

Abstract
  To have successful career, one must acquire the competencies relevant to his/her business field. In order to share the knowledge in a successful and effective manner, individuals need to have knowledge sharing competencies. These competencies could affect and enhance individual performance. The purpose ...  Read More

Impacts of success Key factors of supply chain agility on the strategic performance of the Electronics companies in Iran

Elham Karami; Alireza Arab; Hamidreza Fallah Lajimi3

Volume 19, Issue 4 , March 2016, Pages 185-206

Abstract
  The present study aimed to evaluating the impact of success key factors of supply chain agility on the strategic performance of the Electronics companies in Iran. In the conceptual model of the research, the strategic performance of the organization involves competitive advantage and organizational performance. ...  Read More