Volume 27 (2023)
Volume 26 (2022)
Volume 25 (2021)
Volume 24 (2020)
Volume 23 (2019)
Volume 22 (2018)
Volume 21 (2017)
Volume 20 (2016)
Volume 19 (2015)
Volume 18 (2014)
Volume 17 (2014)
Volume 15 (2011)
Volume 14 (2010)
Volume 13 (2010)
Volume 12 (2009)
Volume 11 (2007)
Volume 10 (2006)
Volume 9 (2005)
Volume 8 (2004)
Volume 7 (2003)
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Volume 5 (2001)
Application of Structural Equation Modeling in Evaluation of Organizational Effectiveness

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Volume 16, Issue 3 , September 2012, Pages 1-20

  The contribution of the service sector in the global economy is rising nowadays and organizations are the key elements of this economical sector. The customer-orientation and attempting to enhance the performance are playing a fundamental role in the organizations success and effectiveness. The present ...  Read More

Evaluating causes of managers' efficiency reduction: A novel hybrid model based on factor analysis and DEMATEL

mahdi attari; MOHAMMAD BAGERI

Volume 16, Issue 3 , September 2012, Pages 21-38

  One of important steps to quality improvement of activities and increasing productivity in manufacturing systems, is noticing and emphasizing on evaluation factors that be Caused to personnel's efficiency reduction. Correct and timely recognition of factors that reduce to personnel's efficiency, especially ...  Read More

Identifying effective factors on supply chain performance and improving them by using system dynamics techniques, Case study in Darugar Company Case study in darugar company

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Volume 16, Issue 3 , September 2012, Pages 39-58

  The use of System Dynamics Modeling in Supply Chain Management has only recently re-emerged after a lengthy slack period .the propose of this thesis is to use knowledge and techniques in implementation based on recent research .At first we have given an overview of supply chain management and system ...  Read More

Selection of optimal supplier using a hybrid fuzzy model based on criteria interrelationship: A case study of an Iranian braking system manufacturer company

reza akbari shemirani; Naser Hamidi; Babak Taleshi; Gholamhassan Shirdel

Volume 16, Issue 3 , September 2012, Pages 59-81

  In order to ensure sustainable activities, companies independent upon working with defrent supplier's .In the manufacturing industries, raw material and assembly parts main comprise as much as 70 percent of production cost. For that, a purchasing department can play a vital role in reducing costs, and ...  Read More

Cognitive mapping as a new method in optimizing budgeting decisions

khadije mostafayi; - -

Volume 16, Issue 3 , September 2012, Pages 83-103

  Today with growing environmental complexity and dynamism, while decision making organizations are forced to consider several issues. Success in issues like evaluating several alternatives and selecting the best depends on both criterias and elternatives full recognition. While efficient soft operation ...  Read More

Providing a system for evaluating the success of enterprise resource planning system implementation through using fuzzy inference approach

Mandana Farzaneh; - -; - -; - -

Volume 16, Issue 3 , September 2012, Pages 105-130

  The purpose of this research is to design a fuzzy inference system through the most significant influential factors and indicators on evaluation the success of ERP implementation. The intention has been to provide a comprehensive set of practical indicators in order to evaluate and improve the success ...  Read More

Study the effect of organizational culture on knowledge management and its relationship with breeding knowledge Employee in governmental organization

Reza Shafei; Shabnam Lavei

Volume 16, Issue 3 , September 2012, Pages 131-150

  Abstract The current study attempted to effect knowledge management quality of organizational culture and its relationship with breeding knowledge workers in governmental organization. In this model for investigate knowledge management, general knowledge in organizations and Hals models is used. Descriptive ...  Read More

Efficiency assessment in data envelopment analysis using efficient and inefficient frontiers

Hossein Azizi

Volume 16, Issue 3 , September 2012, Pages 153-173

  Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is an approach to measuring the relative efficiency of a set of decision making units (DMUs) with multiple inputs and multiple outputs using mathematical programming. The traditional DEA, which is based on the concept of efficiency frontier (output frontier), determines ...  Read More

Model of Internal Branding effects on brand citizenship behavior in hotel industry

Shahram Jamali; akram hadizahed moghaddam; Morteza rezaee

Volume 16, Issue 3 , September 2012, Pages 203-223

  Internal branding is a new concept that refers to employees` effects in creating better image of brand in customers` mind. In order to surveying internal branding effects in brand citizenship behavior (BCB) in hotel industry, and also presenting an internalized scale for internal branding, four and five ...  Read More