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Calculating Customer Lifetime Value Considering Dynamic Behavior of Them Using Markov Chain Approach (Case study: Isaco)

Maryam Shekary

Volume 22, Issue 4 , February 2019, Pages 1-21

Abstract
  Calculating Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) is a key measure in Customer Relationship Management (CRM) studies. Using this measurement, marketing budget can allocate perfectly. An important issue in this area is to increase the accuracy of calculations and considering the possibility of changing customers’ ...  Read More

Studying Unlearning Moderation Role on Relationship between New Knowledge Compatibility and Knowledge Transfer in Knowledge Based Companies

Amir Hooshang nazarpoori; Neda Shahsiah

Volume 22, Issue 4 , February 2019, Pages 22-46

Abstract
  Organizations’ managers need to make strategic decisions to implement knowledge transfer to succeed in current turbulent environment; to this end, the purpose of this research is to study role of unlearning moderation on relationship between new knowledge compatibility and knowledge transfer. This ...  Read More

Selecting project manager based on competency model using SWARA and WASPAS combined methods: Case of Pishgaman Kavir Yazd Cycas Park Project

Jalil Heydari Dehooei; Seyyed Jalaladdin Hosseini Dehshiri

Volume 22, Issue 4 , February 2019, Pages 47-72

Abstract
  Construction projects are one of the most complex types of projects due to unpredictability process, operation and resource constraints. This leads to crucial role of project manager for the success of construction projects. Therefore, construction manager’s project selection is a significant issue. ...  Read More

Developing a theoretical model of the governance affecting the performance of ‎mega multi-firm projects in a consortium

samira kolbehdari; Mohammad Hossein Sobhiyah; seyyed nasrollah ebrahimi

Volume 22, Issue 4 , February 2019, Pages 73-101

Abstract
  Governance in megaprojects can be used to implement a variety of companies under the consortium agreement, which can affect performance of the consortium. According to literature review and achievement of the research gap, it has become clear that one of the key factors influencing success, is proper ...  Read More

Developing Coopetition Strategy Conceptual Model for ICT Industry

Amir hosin Ghaderiabed; Mohsen Nazari; Mahmod Kamareh; Ali Heidari

Volume 22, Issue 4 , February 2019, Pages 102-128

Abstract
  Coopetition (which results from the combination of two strategies of competition and cooperation) is a new type of inter-organizational relationship that can lead to a win-win situation. In this paper, we try to develop a conceptual model for coopetition strategy for ICT industry using the grounded theory ...  Read More

Personal Knowledge Management Influence on Innovative Culture and Performance in Knowledge Based Companies

soran mowlaie; roya shakeri; noor mohammad yaghoubi

Volume 22, Issue 4 , February 2019, Pages 130-150

Abstract
  Flexibility, speed of change and innovation are the characteristics of successful companies in their effective time. In order to survive, even for a decade, companies must constantly change, but change solely, is not enough. Changes should be based on collection of appropriate data from the outer and ...  Read More

Competency-Capacity-Performance Model: Analyzing Positive and Negative consequences of " over-reliance on experience" in Choosing Managers

-hassan -danaeefard

Volume 22, Issue 4 , February 2019, Pages 152-175

Abstract
  Education, and in particular, work experience is merely a "fit" and when it is worthwhile the origin of the formation of a phenomenon called "capacity" in individuals, such capacity is itself the source of work performance. The existential philosophy of individual, group, organizational, ...  Read More

Identification, Introduction and Investigation of Various Business Models and Extracting the Most Important Constituent Factors of These Models Using Quantitative Content Analysis Approach: A Review Article 1990 To 2017

Ali Naghi Mosleh Shirazi; Farshad Alamdar Youli

Volume 22, Issue 4 , February 2019, Pages 177-202

Abstract
  Nowadays, the expansion of competition and the increasing complexity of the environments affecting business activities are significantly evident. Accordingly, application of appropriate business models has been of great importance for managers to determine the optimal performance of the organization ...  Read More

Systematic Evaluation of Group Model Building in Qualitative System Dynamics Approach

Ali Haji Gholam Saryazdi; Manuchehr Manteghi

Volume 22, Issue 4 , February 2019, Pages 203-224

Abstract
  In recent years, in system dynamics society has increased attention to qualitative approaches. One method of extracting models of qualitative system dynamics has been many used is a Group Model Building. In this method, clients are involved in the modeling process. But it has not been systematically ...  Read More

Presenting a developed Performance Based Budgeting Maturity Model: With focusing on capabilities and results in a mature system

mohamadreza Amini; Adel Azar; Karim Bayat; Ameneh Khadivar

Volume 22, Issue 4 , February 2019, Pages 225-247

Abstract
  Using Performance Based Budgeting (PBB) system in Iran has begun. However different organizations claim to establishment and implement this system but their progress is not satisfactory. Therefore, in order to evaluate its progress, using the organization's maturity models, various studies have been ...  Read More