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    The two scientific quarterly "Industry and University" is a publication that aims to establish a relationship between researchers and thinkers. This quarterly seeks to provide a good basis for presenting the latest scientific findings of researchers in various fields of industry. The purpose of publishing the Industry and University Quarterly is to disseminate ideas and views, new methods and research findings in related fields in order to promote the scientific dynamism of the scientific community. Informs that in accordance with the regulations of the country's scientific journals, the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology and in order to protect the rights and intellectual property of researchers and authors of scientific articles and to prevent duplication of duplicate articles, this publication uses peer matching software It seems. 

     


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      1 - Innovation and University; Reflection on the Formation and Development of Innovative University
      شیوا جوانمردی mosavi tayebeh reza iranpour
      Iss. 39 , Vol. 11 , Spring_Summer 2018
      Today, the impact of innovation on economic growth and development and the progress of countries is very much considered. Many leading science and technology countries are countries that have tried to innovate at all levels and dimensions of the ecosystem of innovation. More
      Today, the impact of innovation on economic growth and development and the progress of countries is very much considered. Many leading science and technology countries are countries that have tried to innovate at all levels and dimensions of the ecosystem of innovation. One of the most important and important components of the innovation ecosystem of each country is universities. Today, universities have a significant role in the production of science and technology. Also, many universities in developed and developing countries have tried to innovate in their educational structure and to be transformative. Innovative University is the most suitable platform for achieving this goal and expanding innovation at various academic levels. In this regard, we tried to study the literature of the University of Innovation by using a library research method (secondary studies of the kind of theater) and based on the study of information sources. The study population of this study was all sources and library documentation. The present research studies theoretical foundations, explaining the concept and key features and strategies for achieving the innovative university. The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of innovation and the ecosystem of innovation in the formation and development of the innovative university, as well as the study of the structure of the innovative university.   Manuscript profile

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      2 - Application of QFD approach to improve Collaboration between Electricity Industry and University
      Mohsen Shafiei Nikabadi Azim zarei haniye shambayati ali eskandarzade
      Iss. 39 , Vol. 11 , Spring_Summer 2018
      Progress and development of a country requires maximum use of its capabilities and potentials. The connection between industry and university leads to effective use of scientific capabilities of university and facilities and experience of industry. This relation is more More
      Progress and development of a country requires maximum use of its capabilities and potentials. The connection between industry and university leads to effective use of scientific capabilities of university and facilities and experience of industry. This relation is more effective when industry and university are aware of each other's capabilities and needs in order to have an effective and goal-oriented cooperation. The aim of this research is to use educational and research services of university to find necessary solutions and technical requirements to recognize the needs of electricity industry as one of the most important infrastructure industries of the country and also the degree of importance and priority of each necessity be determined. First by interviewing electricity industry elites, needs of electricity industry were determined and technical requirements for meeting those needs were exploited. Then the relation between necessities and requirements was determined by the means of QFD matrix. After that the requirements which had the most relation with necessities were declared. These solutions were sorted by the Analytic Hierarchy Process technique. The results showed that the most important needs of the electrical industry are "specialist human resources in the field of electrical engineering" and "availability of academic staff in the field of electrical engineering. Manuscript profile

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      reza mahidi masoud shafiee
      Iss. 35 , Vol. 10 , Spring_Summer 2017
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      4 - The Smart Specialisation and the roles of universities in the ecosystem of innovation in the evolution towards sustainability.
      mohammad zarinjooee drnemati drnemati
      Iss. 35 , Vol. 10 , Spring_Summer 2017
      Globalisation and the rise of the knowledge economy have contributed to redefining and extending the roles of universities in society. Together with teaching (first mission) and researching (second mission), the third-mission concept and fourth mission was suggested to More
      Globalisation and the rise of the knowledge economy have contributed to redefining and extending the roles of universities in society. Together with teaching (first mission) and researching (second mission), the third-mission concept and fourth mission was suggested to identify interactions between universities and the rest of society, and co-creation for sustainability. This transition have been transformed from entrepreneurial to transformative university. The basic enabler of innovation (co- creation and exploitation of knowledge, seeking for opportunity and capacity building), the basic principle of triple and fourth(quadruple)helix , and the role of universities in the third and fourth missions to develop capacities and support the change in concept of innovation through the Smart Specialisation Strategy(S3) and several studies in this context was discussed. from the perspective of innovation policy, several trend and problem in lagged and developing countries in conclusion was discussed. Manuscript profile

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      5 - Investiating the impact of organizational empowerment on innovative performance with the mediating role of employee’s job satisfaction and organizational commitment
      Amin Nikpour
      Iss. 33 , Vol. 9 , Autumn_Winter 2016
      The aim of this research is to determine The impact of organizational empowerment on innovative performance with the mediating role of employee’s job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Recent research is correlation and descriptive that has been done through th More
      The aim of this research is to determine The impact of organizational empowerment on innovative performance with the mediating role of employee’s job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Recent research is correlation and descriptive that has been done through the survey method. Statistical population has been consisted of all employees in Melli Bank of Kerman city and number of 325 subjects have been selected as volume of sample. Data gathering tools have been organizational empowerment, job satisfaction, organizational commitment and innovative performance questionnaires that the validity and reliability of they have been approved. Descriptive and inferential statistical (structural equation modeling) have been used to analyze the data and the data has been analyzed with SPSS and LISREL softwares. The findings of the research indicated that the suggested model has appropriate fit, and organizational empowerment beyond its direct impact, exerts indirect impact on innovative performance of organization through the mediations of employee’s job satisfaction and organizational commitment, also the mediating role of  job satisfaction and organizational commitment on the relationship between organizational empowerment and innovative performance of organization was confirmed. Manuscript profile

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      6 - The Impact of intellectual capital on knowledge sharing with mediates organizational learning between workers and managers(Amir kabir)
      علی‌اکبر  امین‌بیدختی drnemati drnemati soudabe mahmoodi
      Iss. 19 , Vol. 6 , Spring_Summer 2013
      This study examines the impact of intellectual capital on knowledge sharing and organizational learning mediates between workers and managers was conducted at Amir kabir university. The sample 260 employees and managers of Amir Kabir University is used to collect More
      This study examines the impact of intellectual capital on knowledge sharing and organizational learning mediates between workers and managers was conducted at Amir kabir university. The sample 260 employees and managers of Amir Kabir University is used to collect research data form three intellectual capital / knowledge sharing /organizational learning enterprise reliability and validity .the tools used were reviewed and approved and used. Based on the results of intellectual capital and significant positive effect on knowledge sharing and organizational learning . Manuscript profile

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      reza mahidi masoud shafiee
      Iss. 33 , Vol. 9 , Autumn_Winter 2016
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      8 - Third Generation Universities: Top universities successful experiences on Entrepreneurship Education by Industry Sources
      Mohammad Azizi akram azizi
      Iss. 31 , Vol. 9 , Spring_Summer 2016
      Education is prerequisite for development and fostering entrepreneurship framework in development of economy. World top entrepreneurial universities have been accepted that formal university education program can improve entrepreneurship among graduates and academies. G More
      Education is prerequisite for development and fostering entrepreneurship framework in development of economy. World top entrepreneurial universities have been accepted that formal university education program can improve entrepreneurship among graduates and academies. Goal of This research is to find how to institutialization of entrepreneurship education in universities. Statistical population of this research comprised of Top universities in entrepreneurship education. Statistical samples of top universities in entrepreneurship are selected in terms of acredited centers like Entrepreneur and Time magazine on 2016 academic year. For gathering information different methods and instruments like documentations that have been published on university websites. Findings of this research showed that: top entrepreneurial universities on entrepreneurship education are paying more attention to scope, method of carrying out, evaluation, institutional factors and outreach activities. Findings of this research can help more to stakeholders of higher education institues and universities authorities on policymaking and executing of entrepreneurship education programs. Manuscript profile

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      9 - Quadruple Helix : new look to relation between industry and university
      saba kakapour Farnaz roozban
      Iss. 21 , Vol. 6 , Autumn_Winter 2013
      The link between university and industry play critical role in national development but the synergy between them is more important and is created with attending to needs of society. Society is missing link in Triple helix model. This study investigate the role of societ More
      The link between university and industry play critical role in national development but the synergy between them is more important and is created with attending to needs of society. Society is missing link in Triple helix model. This study investigate the role of society in developed model named Quadruple helix model. Manuscript profile

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      10 - Benchmarking of Innovation Support : Trend Development Study on the Projects of Laureates of Khwarizmi International Prize (KIP)
      homa ghaed sharafi ghasem ramezanpour
      Iss. 33 , Vol. 9 , Autumn_Winter 2016
      The present survey investigates the trend development of research projects of laureates of Khwarizmi International Prize (KIP), with an overview of EU & OECD policies for innovation support is studied. The type of this study is descriptive by using questionnaire for dat More
      The present survey investigates the trend development of research projects of laureates of Khwarizmi International Prize (KIP), with an overview of EU & OECD policies for innovation support is studied. The type of this study is descriptive by using questionnaire for data collection and/or personal interview by this performer with the performer of the prize winner's project. The data analyzed in this survey are based on responses received from the laureates who are sent the questionnaires inquiring the condition of their research project. The data analyzed were from 70 questionnaires and the qualitative data analysis method is used for description.     Analysis of data suggests that 97% of the laureates are male, 57% of the laureates are engineers or university graduates at M.Eng. level. 27% of them have completed their graduate degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering; 31% of executive organizations are universities and 31.8% of the laureates have completed their studies at Sharif Industrial University; 71% of the organizations are public; and 50% of the projects are at industrial stage. It was found that 52% of problems were financial. "Lack of protection" is the most significant challenges to laureates (53%). At the Industrial stage, 50% of the projects at the highest level need financial support.     The European ::union:: (EU) has adopted a system approach based on innovation policy and provides direct financial and services support for innovators. The innovation policy aims to support an increase in the productivity, profitability and market share of European firms through the development and adoption of new or improved products, processes and services. Moreover, the EU intends to improve innovation support and also helps in understanding specific drives and barriers to innovation at sector level.     In OECD countries, public policy has direct or indirect impact on factors that affect innovative activity. All OECD countries use significant amounts of public money to support innovation activities that intend to stimulate innovation. It is a long time since in almost all countries the general idea of IP policy has been directed to greater protection for the rights of IP holders, especially for patents. Indeed, the availability of sufficient human resources for science and technology is an important factor for innovative activities. Education and training policies have an important impact on innovation.   Manuscript profile
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      1 - Familiarity with open innovation and review of effective factors in its implementation and development
      sattar hashemi
      In this article, open innovation is introduced as one of the ways to increase productivity and create profitable partnerships, and its challenges and benefits are examined. In the following, the role of governments in advancing the goals of open innovation and how to po More
      In this article, open innovation is introduced as one of the ways to increase productivity and create profitable partnerships, and its challenges and benefits are examined. In the following, the role of governments in advancing the goals of open innovation and how to policy it will be studied and the relationship between open innovation and new technologies and its role in the relationship between academia and industry will be analyzed. Manuscript profile

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      2 - Comparative study of future industrial development plans of three countries: Japan, India and Malaysia
      Mohammad reza Karimi ghohroudi masoud shafiee maryam rezaei ghahroodi
      Facing the fourth industrial revolution intelligently and taking advantage of its capabilities and opportunities to achieve a future advanced and intelligent industry is one of the important and serious concerns of developed and developing countries in the world. Theref More
      Facing the fourth industrial revolution intelligently and taking advantage of its capabilities and opportunities to achieve a future advanced and intelligent industry is one of the important and serious concerns of developed and developing countries in the world. Therefore, most of the advanced economies in the world, the concept of industry 4.0 or emerging and related technologies related to it in their national policies and programs and prepare plans, national plans, development roadmaps and capital Have made extensive transitions. This article is a qualitative study with a descriptive-analytical approach and aims to comparatively study the future industrial plans and programs of the three countries of Japan, India and Malaysia in order to optimize and extract key findings for the industrial development of the country.First, the new industrial trend and new industrial paradigm of the future, ie the fourth industrial revolution, is briefly introduced, and then the macro plans for the development of the future industry of the three selected countries in the face of this revolution, including Japan (fifth community and related industries), Malaysia (leading industry). And India (Made in India) is briefly introduced and finally, by document analysis and comparative study of these images, the most important key findings, implications, lessons and teachings for government, academia and industry are presented. It is necessary for our dear country, with a deep understanding and understanding of the dimensions of this revolution, to face these developments intelligently, because the fate of the countries that lag behind in this field is humiliation and colonialism. Manuscript profile

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      3 - The Fourth Industrial Revolution or the New Renaissance? Review focusing on the role of the media
      dariush mahjoobi
      The era we live in is referred to as a fault or a historical leap. The fault and leap in front of us can continue in two distinct and different ways: 1) The Fourth Industrial Revolution: The continuation of the Third Industrial Revolution and based on the attitudes of t More
      The era we live in is referred to as a fault or a historical leap. The fault and leap in front of us can continue in two distinct and different ways: 1) The Fourth Industrial Revolution: The continuation of the Third Industrial Revolution and based on the attitudes of the European Renaissance of the 15th century. 2) New Renaissance: A much broader and deeper development that the New Renaissance will be a leap from the European Renaissance. This article compares some of the needs for the continuation of each of the two distinct trends - the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the New Renaissance - with a brief focus on the role of the media. Manuscript profile

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      4 - Designing model strategic management of technical and vocational training
      davood farrokhi Hasan Shahrakipour Samad Karimzadeh
      The purpose of this study is to identify the components of strategic management of technical and vocational training in order to apply optimal strategic management in interaction and adaptation to the environment. The research is cross-sectional in terms of applied purp More
      The purpose of this study is to identify the components of strategic management of technical and vocational training in order to apply optimal strategic management in interaction and adaptation to the environment. The research is cross-sectional in terms of applied purpose, descriptive survey in terms of implementation method and mixed (qualitative and quantitative) in terms of data. In the library study section, 28 authoritative sources were sampled based on theoretical saturation and the strategic components of technical and vocational education based on 12-component ground theory including employment, educational attractiveness, lifelong learning, demand-driven, job changes, research Practical, flexibility, educational economics, strengthening educational assistants, improving the assessment system, quality assurance, job counseling and for strategic management in general 6 components and 22 sub-components including conceptual exploration, environmental scanning, strategy building, implementation Achievement and evaluation of achievements and strategic leadership and monitoring were identified and by conducting semi-structural interviews including 7 questions with 10 experts, the components were linked and organized in order to develop a final quality model. In model validation and its degree of fit, 95% was obtained. In the end, several suggestions were made that the managers of the Technical and Vocational Education Organization, by recognizing the above components, can successfully apply strategic management Manuscript profile

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      5 - Science in the next 75 years, guidelines for Iran
      reza mansouri
      Science, along with research and technology, is part of the activities of human societies in which government management and planning play a key role. Government planning, whether annual or multi-year, is based on a long-term vision. The 75-year-old vision was recently More
      Science, along with research and technology, is part of the activities of human societies in which government management and planning play a key role. Government planning, whether annual or multi-year, is based on a long-term vision. The 75-year-old vision was recently released in the United States, which will undoubtedly affect world science. The perspective of science in Iran in upstream documents is very weak or dependent on global growth.We need to have a clearer perspective on the needs of the country in its unique historical context. In this article, I will discuss the history of government planning in science and its roots in Iran during the Ghazan Khan era, to the recent world era, which is the beginning of a serious government planning for science in the world. I will also elaborate on a recent US document outlining a 75-year vision. Finally, I would like to give a basic reflection on how Iran draws its own scientific and research perspective. Manuscript profile

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      6 - Obstacles to achieving inclusive growth due to the inefficiency of the technical-executive system of the country
      abolfazl mirghasemi
      The purpose of the technical and executive system of the country is to establish an integrated military, to create investment plans and projects, within the framework of the economic, social and cultural development plans of the Islamic Republic of Iran, taking into acc More
      The purpose of the technical and executive system of the country is to establish an integrated military, to create investment plans and projects, within the framework of the economic, social and cultural development plans of the Islamic Republic of Iran, taking into account the increase of efficiency and effectiveness of plans and projects. Investment with a result-oriented approach, with the ability to follow and evaluate and based on the quality management system, is appropriate to the economic, social, climatic and environmental conditions of the country. Inclusive growth seeks to achieve goals and aspirations that bring about justice, equal opportunities for all, the preservation of the environment, and greater attention to the poor and disadvantaged in society. In other words, in the shadow of good governance, a principled and stable relationship between the economic, social and environmental conditions of each society should be provided. At the same time, the exploitation of natural resources and the environment should not lead to the destruction of resources or the unfair distribution of wealth. Although the principles and foundations of the technical-executive system approved in 2006 are based on a progressive approach and compatible with world literature and sustainable development, but unfortunately in practice and implementation, it has distanced itself from the ideal goals and problems in the areas of employer, consulting, There are supervisors and contractors described in this article. It is hoped that by reviewing the bylaws and instructions, as well as preparing and implementing an appropriate action plan to implement the technical-executive system, formulate and complete the required technical criteria and standards, as well as modify methods and workflow, these problems have been resolved and efficiency and effectiveness Increase the system to provide the basis for achieving inclusive growth, achieving greater social justice, reducing discrimination and abuse, preventing rent-seeking, providing opportunities for all, and paying special attention to the poor and deprived. Manuscript profile

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      7 - Investigating the Impact of Knowledge Characteristics on Green Innovation with Mediating Role of Knowledge Management Strategies (Companies active in Khorramabad industrial towns)
      Amir  Ghafourian Shagardi Seyed Najmeddin mousavi Ali shariatNajade
      This research is applied in terms of method and includes descriptive-correlation research. The statistical population of the present study is the managers of industrial units in industrial states in Khorramabad city. The statistical population are 160 people who based o More
      This research is applied in terms of method and includes descriptive-correlation research. The statistical population of the present study is the managers of industrial units in industrial states in Khorramabad city. The statistical population are 160 people who based on the Morgan table, 112 manager were selected as sample size. Using a simple random sampling questionnaire was distributed. To measure the variable of knowledge properties, Teresa et al. (2006) questionnaire, which includes three dimensions of complexity, parity and explicit, was used. to measure green innovation from the Subaramanium Vivend (2005) questionnaire, which included four dimensions of greenhouse business innovation, green process innovation , Green Product Innovation and Green Technology Innovation were used, and Nicolas et al. (2011) questionnaire, which includes 8 questions, were used to measure the variable of knowledge management strategies. To analyze the data and test the research hypotheses, Structural Equation Modeling Method has been used with the help of PLS software. The results of the research show that knowledge properties have a positive and significant effect on green innovation and knowledge management strategies, and that knowledge management strategies have a positive and significant effect on green innovation. Manuscript profile

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      8 - The application of innovation ecotone theory to modify the structure of Iran's innovation ecosystem
      nasrin bigdelou hamid zare seied sepehr ghazinori
      The concept of ecosystem, after entering the field of management has created many concepts such as” innovation ecosystem” which is one of the most widely used. These concepts have not reached a consensus in definition and function, and before the metaphors become clear More
      The concept of ecosystem, after entering the field of management has created many concepts such as” innovation ecosystem” which is one of the most widely used. These concepts have not reached a consensus in definition and function, and before the metaphors become clear, have been considered specific functions, goals and tasks without considering its relationship with other similar concepts. In this paper, the innovation ecosystem metaphor is specifically discussed, which is of great interest in Iran, and its existing structure is also related to the business, knowledge and entrepreneurship ecosystems. Since in fact, the expectations of the policymakers have not been met, it is necessary to study its relationship with the rest of the ecosystems and change the approach in the definition and dimension of the structure and adopted policies. Accordingly, in this paper, after studying the relationships between the innovation, knowledge and business ecosystems, the ecotone metaphor, which is one of the main attachments of the ecosystem in its origin - biological sciences - has been neglected in non-biological sciences, is proposed for innovation. Innovation is the bridge between knowledge and business, and innovation ecotone is the border between the two ecosystems of business and knowledge. Based on this, principles have been proposed for policy makers to improve innovation in Iran Manuscript profile
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