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Analysis the process of Active Forgetting of old and obsolete knowledge: case study Hasheminejad hospital

Mehdi Bagherzadeh Niri; - -; - -

Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2012, Pages 1-18

Abstract
  The importance of the study of Knowledge Active Forgetting (KAF) is generally described. In this paper, in order to create a comprehensive definition, different definitions of organizational forgetting and knowledge active forgetting presented in the literature, have been reviewed. In addition, key concepts ...  Read More

The study of the relationship between work ethics and customer-orientation

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Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2012, Pages 19-33

Abstract
  Abbas shoul* Instructor – faculty of management of the university of Vali-E-Asr Rafsanjan, Iran mehdi ebrahiminejad (Ph. D.) Associate professor – faculty of management of the university of Shahid Bahonar Kerman, Iran Mohammadreza Namdaran Student Instructor – faculty of management ...  Read More

Classification of mobile banking users by data mining approach: Comparison between artificial neural networks and naïve bayes techniques

Mohammad Hesam Ghanbari; Shaaban Elahi; Alireza Hasanzadeh

Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2012, Pages 57-71

Abstract
  In recent decay development of different technologies is dramitically high and it influences in services. One of fields which is affected from information technology is bankining industry. Wireless technology is one of the information technology fields that has a greate development in recent years which ...  Read More

Role of Social Network in Business Performance: Moderating Effect of Role Model and Entrepreneurial Motivation (Case of Firms in Iran, Croatia and Denmark)

mohammad Zali; - -; - -; - -

Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2012, Pages 91-111

Abstract
  Abstract This article investigates the impact of social network size on business performance based on GEM (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor) data of Iran, Croatia and Denmark in 2008-2010. A sample of 1801 owner-managers participated in the GEM interviews is used. Social network of an entrepreneur is ...  Read More

The Relationship between Employees Training Methods - Knowledge Management Process: A Case Study in Nuclear Industry

Sadegh Shokrzadeh

Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2012, Pages 114-128

Abstract
  Abstract: This study aimed to investigate the relationship as well as the impact of Training Methods on knowledge management process in Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) as a research based organization. The target population consisted of all experts in AEOI. Based on Krejcie and Morgan table, ...  Read More

A new approach for supplier selection in the presence of imprecise data: DEA with double frontiers

Hossein Azizi

Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2012, Pages 129-150

Abstract
  Supplier selection is a complex but important decision that requires careful review of various performance criteria. Traditionally, models of supplier selection have been based on cardinal data, with less emphasis on ordinal data. However, with the widespread use of production methods, such as the just-in-time ...  Read More

Explaining antecedents of work engagement and its effect on organizational commitment

Ahmad Esakhani; Ali Asghar Fani; Hsssan Danaee Fard

Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2012, Pages 151-166

Abstract
  In a recent decade there has been a great deal of interest in work engagement. This interest stems from evidences that show the strong relationship between engagement and individual and organizational outcomes. It has been reported that the level of employee engagement in organization is low. The decline ...  Read More

Model the Assessment Strategic using techniques fuzzy analysis network process and fuzzy data envelopment analysis Based on a balanced scorecard approach

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Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2012, Pages 180-200

Abstract
  Managers in all organizations today called for optimum use of existing facilities and capacities in different sectors. So in order to provide feedback model to improve performance of various branches and agencies to achieve a tool to meet the needs of managers, and the essential logic seems. The purpose ...  Read More