Volume 21 (2023)
Volume 20 (2022)
Volume 19 (2021)
Volume 18 (2020)
Volume 17 (2019)
Volume 16 (2018)
Volume 15 (2017)
Volume 14 (2016)
Volume 13 (2015)
Volume 12 (2015)
Volume 11 (2014)
Volume 9 (2012)
Volume 10 (2012)
Volume 6 (2007)
Volume 5 (2006)
Volume 4 (2006)
Volume 3 (2005)
Volume 2 (2004)
Volume 1 (2003)
Efficiency Evaluation Faculties of Shahid Beheshti University using Composed Approach of DEA and Goal Programming Model

Akbar Alam Tabriz; Razieh Faraji; Hesam Saiedy

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 1-22

  University is an organization with specific mission that needs to be evaluated for optimal using of resources and achieving to goals. To improve the status quo, by performance assessment could recognized weakness and strength and minimized input of resources. Thus, university has to know efficiency of ...  Read More

The lean Enterprise Assessment Model in Iranian Auto-making Companies (Cases of Iran khodro, SAIPA & Pars khodro)

Jahanyar Bamdad Soufi; Reza Gharacipour

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 23-52

  Creating value for stakeholders with maximum productivity is a goal obtained by lean enterprise. In this paper designing comprehensive and valid assessment model is observed for lean enterprise, after reviewing literature and comparing assessment models of lean enterprise to each other, the conceptual ...  Read More

Technological approach to HRM: A model for managing industrial institutes

Mir Ali Seyyed Naghavi

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 53-71

  “analyzability” and “variability” and this differentiation affecting on human resource practices. This paper uses “Charles pro’s four type of technologies: Repetitive, Engineering, non-repctitive and artifacts in order to explanting HRM practices. Therefore four major ...  Read More

Implementing Organizational Excellence Model (EFQM) and Improving Human Resource Productivity A research in Tehran Oil Refinery

Reza Vaezi; Fatemah Vosooghi

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 73-96

  This article scrutinizes the Relationship between implementing organizational excellence model and improving human resource productivity in Tehran Oil Refinery. In order to clarify this relationship, one main hypothesis and 5 subsidiary hypotheses are defined. The main hypothesis states that there is ...  Read More

Surveying Successful Entrance of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in B2B Electronic Commerce (Searching the Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Industries)

Mahmoud Jafarpoor; Mohamad Mehdi Bahramzadeh

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 97-123

  Progress towards supporting small and medium organizations, with regards to their effective role in the economy, can lead to positive results for economical-social area. To involve such organizations with (B2B) e-commerce will make the matter more significant. In this survey, the involvement of small ...  Read More

Fuzzy Ranking Method for Portfolio Selection in Tehran Stock Exchange

Safar Fazli; Rasool Taghizadeh

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 125-146

  Portfolio selection problem is an important field of capital assignment and budgeting in managerial finance and had proposed patterns for optimal selection of portfolio from the past. For this purpose we suggest a fuzzy ranking method with mathematical approach. This research is a survey in Tehran stock ...  Read More

Identification and Ranking of Project Risk Based on PMBOK Standard by Fuzzy Approach

Laya Olfat; Farzaneh Khosravani; Reza Jalali

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 147-163

  Risk is a potential which causes problems in the implementation of project and fulfillment of objectives. Risk is the innate part of all the projects and it is impossible to eliminate it completely though it can be managed effectively in order to reduce its effects on achieving the project’s objectives. ...  Read More

Using Hybrid Artificial Neural Networks of Back Propagation and Kohonen Self Organizing Map (SOM) to Predict Stock Prices

Payam Hanafizadeh; Abolfazl Jafari

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 165-187

  In this paper, a hybrid model of artificial neural networks is designed and used to evaluate the prediction ability of this hybrid model with individual Back Propagation feed forward. This study employs hybrid artificial neural networks consisting of Back Propagation and Kohonen Self Organizing Map (SOM) ...  Read More

Multi-objective Stochastic Programming to Optimize Number Determination of Manpower Problem in Job Shop Manufacturing Systems

Mostafa Ekhtiari

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 189-216

  One of the most popular approaches to solve multi-objective stochastic problems is Chance Constrained Programming (CCP). Based on this approach, a deterministic equivalent model is presented for multi-objective stochastic problem and then is optimized by a solver model. In this Paper, both CCP approach ...  Read More

Fuzzy Delphi and Back- Propagation model for sale forecasting in Wood and Paper industry Case: Mazandaran Wood & Paper

Mirza Hassan Hosseini; Abdolhamid Safaee; Somayeh Alavy nezhad

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 217-238

  Nowadays quantitative methods have become very important tools for forecasting purposes in markets as for improved decisions and investment. Forecasting accuracy is one of the most important factors involved in selecting method; Artificial Neural Network (ANNs) arc flexible computing frameworks that ...  Read More

Relationship between business and financial strategies alignment and organizational performance

Seved Mohammad A'arabi; Rahim Abedi

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 239-277

  This paper aims at studying the strategic alignment among business strategy, financial strategy, investment strategy, financing strategy, dividend strategy, and working capital strategy based on a comprehensive model (based on strategic reference points - SRP's). The comprehensive model is based on process ...  Read More

Evaluating of the Effect Parameter in a Bank Budgetary via General Linear Model (GLM)

Mohammad Tasharofi

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, Pages 279-294

  In this paper the budgeting procedures of a hypothetical bank to enter market and investing activities have been studied on the basis of the three factors; inflation rate, liquidity rate and GDP (Growth Domestic Products) employing General Linear Model. Related information was collected randomly from ...  Read More