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Determining Purchasing Re Order Point For Inventory Problems At Commercial Environments, Using Artificial Neural Network’s (ANN)

Ahamad Jafarnejad; Hannan Amoozad Mahdiraji; Javad Amoozadeh

Volume 9, Issue 22 , September 2011, Pages 1-21

  By the new developments occurring in technology, management theories, manufacturing and production, and as a result, improvement in products variety, productivity and innovation, all companies and organizations are trying to handle and manage their product in a efficient manner. By identifying new methods ...  Read More

Fractional Mathematical modeling for production planning - with fuzzy approach (Case study: Khavar-E-Miane Furniture Co)

Adel Azar; Davood Andalib Ardakani; Haidar Mirfakhroddini

Volume 9, Issue 22 , September 2011, Pages 23-48

  Nowadays the most important issues considered by the managers of industry is production planning and in this area, managers are faced with several goals that in many cases are in conflict with each other. Operations research techniques, with modeling, while the existing constraints consider, optimize ...  Read More

Measuring the Leanness Degree of Industrial Firms using Lean Production Hierarchical Approach (Case: Yazd Tile and Ceramics Industries)

Maysam Shafiee Roodposhti; Seyyed Habib Mirghafooi

Volume 9, Issue 22 , September 2011, Pages 49-74

  In new era systems managers should focus on managing the flow of production through all the steps that add value to the final product. Lean production as an efficient approach has presented in literature of production management for increasing the level of products' quality and decreasing cost of production. ...  Read More

Competitiveness Model of Iranian Manufacturing Industries

Hossein Rahmanseresht; Mitra Safaeian

Volume 9, Issue 22 , September 2011, Pages 75-104

  Industry competitiveness has positive impact on productivity and public wealth. In this research, we try to draw a proper competitiveness model for Iranian manufacturing industries through recognizing influential factors. We reviewed 23 manufacturing industries in Iran from 1373 to 1386. The result shows ...  Read More

A perception-based model for E-government acceptance in small and medium sized enterprises using a technology-organization-environment framework by structural equation modeling

Jafar Bagherinejad; Forough Sharifi

Volume 9, Issue 22 , September 2011, Pages 105-134

  Using e-govemment services makes several advantages like reducing production costs, decreasing waiting time, acquiring and sharing information to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). Besides these advantages, the use of e-govemment services in SMEs is less than the expectation. The aim of this ...  Read More

Using Grey decision making approach to ranking Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and increase effectiveness of strategic plans

Mohammad Taghi Taghavifard; Amir Mahdi Malek

Volume 9, Issue 22 , September 2011, Pages 135-165

  Key Performance Indicators, help an organization to define and measure the progress of organization toward organizational goals. Key Planned Performance Indicators (KPPI) are the tools for measure the progress of organization toward goals and strategic. Since the Decision Makers are concerned with these ...  Read More

Recognizing and Classifying Policies, Solutions and Plans for Promoting Small and Medium Enterprises: A case study of Iran

Habib Roodsaz; Zia Rashvand; Mohammad Reza Hanafizadeh

Volume 9, Issue 22 , September 2011, Pages 167-190

  The importance of industrial development in developing countries has led many countries to establish and strengthen small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and to benefit from it as a job-maker strategy for improving competitive ability and increasing the exports. Because over 90% of enterprises in Iran ...  Read More

Applications Of neural networks in business and managerial forecasting and comparative with nonlinear models Case study: Iran wood industry

Mahdi Kazemi; Ali Akbar Niknafs; Vahid Ranjbar

Volume 9, Issue 22 , September 2011, Pages 191-208

  Often, the nature of many real life processes, especially in management and business fields are nonlinear. Forecasting the behavior of these processes requires accurate and effective forecasting tools. Shortages of such processes are removable by artificial neural network as an important modeling tool ...  Read More

Developing a Fuzzy-Stochastic Multi Objectives Inventory Model

Mohammad Amin Nayebi; Abbass Panahinia

Volume 9, Issue 22 , September 2011, Pages 209-235

  In this paper we developed an inventory model in mixed imprecise and uncertain environment. Presented model is developed form of (r,Q) and is a multi-items model with two objectives as minimizing costs (holding & shortage) and risk level under constraints including available budgetary, the least ...  Read More