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Developing a Commercialization Model of Financial Services (Case Study: Iranian Banking and Insurance Industry)

Parviz Ahmadi; Seyed Hamid KhodadadHosseini; Asadollah Kordnaiej; Nabiollah Elyasi

Volume 21, Issue 1 , May 2017, Pages 1-28

Abstract
  Reviews have revealed that commercialization of science and technology in humanities has not had proper growth despite close relationship between economic development and development of financial sector. Therefore; lack of literature on commercialization in services point this study toward identifying ...  Read More

The Dynamics of Accounting Information in Stock Valuation: An Industry-Based Analysis

Mohammad Amri-Asrami; Mohammad-Ali Aghaei

Volume 21, Issue 1 , May 2017, Pages 29-63

Abstract
  Industrial groups have interactions within and outside groups. In this paper, twelve industrial groups of companies listed in Tehran Stock Exchange are reviewed in order to evaluate linear information dynamics. Conservatism measures of “ratio of sum of price to sum of book value” and “mean ...  Read More

Ethical Leadership and Organizational Cynicism: Studying the Mediating Role of Ethical Climate

Saeed Nani; Tayebe Amirkhani; Maryam Abdolmaleki

Volume 21, Issue 1 , May 2017, Pages 65-91

Abstract
  Organizational cynicism as one of the main problems of current organizations, has many negative consequences for the organizations in personal and organizational level. Therefor studying solutions for diminishing this phenomenon, is vital. Considering importance of ethical concerns in organizations, ...  Read More

Developing Management Researches Impacts Assessment Model

Amir Babaakbarisari; Mohammad Ghahremani; Kourosh Fathi vajargah; Alireza Moatameni

Volume 21, Issue 1 , May 2017, Pages 93-119

Abstract
  Research in management involves many people and needs great fund resources. Research impact assessment models can help to ensure positive impacts of their investments and researches. This research intends to identify, compare, and classify extant research impact assessment patterns and finally present ...  Read More

Developing a Tool for Identifying and Measuring Knowledge Jobs; A Mixed Method Approach

Reza Tahmasebi; Mahdi Mfkhami Ardakani; Jabbar Babashahi; Hamidreza Yazdani

Volume 21, Issue 1 , May 2017, Pages 121-150

Abstract
  The knowledge workers are the most important members of organizations in the 21 century. Therefore, proper management of knowledge workers is one of the successful management principles of knowledge organizations.Identifying knowledge jobs is one of the primary and fundamental steps in managing knowledge ...  Read More

Developing a Structural Model for Customer Churn in Governmental Banks: Case of Semnan Governmental Banks

Azim Zarei

Volume 21, Issue 1 , May 2017, Pages 151-176

Abstract
  Increasing competition led to lesser cost of customer retention than attract new ones. Based on studies, banks and financial institutions lose about 25 percent of their customers annually. In banking system of Iran, privatization and increasing financial institutions as well as diversification of banking ...  Read More

Designing an Assessment Tool for Evaluating Business Process Reengineering Implementation Readiness in Iranian Organizations: Case of Mellat Bank

Sajad Moradi Doliskani; Ali Zamandi; Saeid Safari; Reza Abasi

Volume 21, Issue 1 , May 2017, Pages 177-200

Abstract
  This paper is aimed at developing a tool for evaluating organization readiness for business process re-engineering procedures. By reviewing the literature, 16 criteria and 104 sub-criteria were identified. These criteria and sub-criteria refined and classified with respect to experts’ opinions. ...  Read More

Exploring Relationship between National Culture and Effectiveness of Technology Transfer: Explaining Role of Organizational Culture

Manochehr Manteghi; Mohsen Baghersad; Mohamad Naghizadeh; atiyeh safardoust

Volume 21, Issue 1 , May 2017, Pages 201-221

Abstract
  The effectiveness of technology transfer is defined as fulfillment level of organization goals. Organizational culture, which affects from national culture, can underlie the success or failure of the technology transfer process. For this purpose, this study examined national and organizational role in ...  Read More