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The Impact of Supply Chain Integration and Demand Uncertainty on Firm Performance

Rosa Hendijani; Reza Saeidi Saei

Volume 18, Issue 59 , January 2021, Pages 1-45


  This study examined the impact of the interaction between demand uncertainty and supply chain integration on firm performance (operational and financial dimentions) using a survey method with questionnaire. Previous studies had not examined the interaction impact between integration and uncertainty on ...  Read More

Cloud Theory Based Simulated Annealing alghorithm for a Closed-Loop Supply Chain Network Design: Spanning Tree Solution Representation

Ehsan Yadegari; Akbar Alem Tabriz; Mostafa Zandieh

Volume 18, Issue 59 , January 2021, Pages 47-78


  Over the past decade, due to environmental laws and the competitive environment, development of an effective tactical plan for efficient and integrated supply chain and considering the responsibility of organizations to collect defective goods seems impossible. In this paper a mixed-integer linear programming ...  Read More

Credit Status Assessment of Bank Loan Applicants Using CBR Method

Amir Khorrami; Mohammad Taghi Taghavifard; Seyed Mohammad Ali Khatami Firouzabadi

Volume 18, Issue 59 , January 2021, Pages 79-116


  Credit risk assessment is one of the key issues for banks and financial institutions and various models have been developed for this. This study uses Case Based reasoning (CBR) Model and considers a database of bank credit customers to assess the credit risk of bank applicants. For this, 9 criteria were ...  Read More

The Effect of Open Innovation on Competitive Advantage Considering the Mediation Role of Knowledge Management

Habib Rudsaz; mir ali seyed naghavi; Faezeh Abdoli Masinan

Volume 18, Issue 59 , January 2021, Pages 117-150


  The present research is entitled” The Effect of open innovation on competitive advantage Considering the Mediation Role of knowledge management” and is done in Sadad informatics corps of Tehran city in the year of 2016. The aim of this study is to study the Effect of open innovation on competitive ...  Read More

Availability Maximization of Redundancy Allocation Problem (RAP) of Series-Parallel System by Considering Failure Rates and Non-Exponential Repair

SEYYED ALI Mirnezhad; Parham Azimi; Ahmad Yousefi Hanoomarvar

Volume 18, Issue 59 , January 2021, Pages 151-180


  In the present study, the redundancy allocation problem (RAP) of series-parallel system has been investigated to maximize the system's availability. To achieve the research objective, budget, weight and volume constraints, and the maximum and minimum number of elements assigned to each subsystem have ...  Read More

Scheduling Shifts of Nurses with Considering Job Satisfaction (The Case: Imam Khomeini Hospital in Noor City)

Somayeh Kavianpour; Gavad Rezaeian

Volume 18, Issue 59 , January 2021, Pages 181-218


  Appropriate scheduling of shifts for nurses, is a critical issue in hospital management. This study improves the scheduling of shifts for nurses in health services organizations to provide lower cost and also to reduce the computational complexity and finally to realize the outcome of these actions on ...  Read More

The Impact of Quality Management (Soft and Hard Aspect) on Innovation Performance by Mediating Role of Technological Innovation Capability and Proactive Behaviour, (The Case: Knowledge-Base Firms)

Mojtaba Rezaei Zivlaei; hesam zandhesami

Volume 18, Issue 59 , January 2021, Pages 219-262


  The related researches show different results from the relationship between aspects of quality management and innovation performance. Most researches examined the direct relationship between quality management and organizational innovation performance, but the effective aspects of quality management ...  Read More

The Antecedents and Consequences of Knowledge Sharing1Using Grounded Theory

MohammadHadi KhorashadiZadeh; Hassan Mehrmanesh; Zadollah Fathi

Volume 18, Issue 59 , January 2021, Pages 263-297


  Continuous changes in today’s business environment, have led institutions to recognize knowledge as their key capital. Knowledge has become a key source in every organization. This study while, considering importance of knowledge in current organizational activities, is looking for the antecedents ...  Read More

Lead Time Optimizatiom Considering Defective Items in Material Requirements Planning : A Case Study

Hossein Karimi; Vahid Sharifian

Volume 18, Issue 59 , January 2021, Pages 299-334


  Material requirements planning systems are used in the discrete manufacturing systems. In this article, a mixed integer programming is used to minimize the total cost that contains work in process inventory cost, setup cost, backorder costs, lost sales, additional products cost and changes in the lead-time ...  Read More

Developing a Conceptual Model of Green Supply Chain Antecedents and Consequences using Qualitative Qualification Approach

Navid Pishkar; Mohammad ali Nasimi; Maryam Rahmati

Volume 18, Issue 59 , January 2021, Pages 335-357


  The purpose of this study is to develop a conceptual model and classify the antecedents and consequences of the green supply chain in the parts industry. The study method is qualitative content analysis and the main tool for data collection is semi-structured interviews. Data analysis was performed using ...  Read More