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        1 - Provide a road map to implement knowledge management in University
        mohammadhossein goudarzi masoud movahedi alimohammad ahmadvand
        One of the main objectives of universities, recognizing the current and future Knowledge needs of industry and educate students in line with these needs. One of the most effective tools to achieve this aim is using the knowledge management system in the State universiti Full Text
        One of the main objectives of universities, recognizing the current and future Knowledge needs of industry and educate students in line with these needs. One of the most effective tools to achieve this aim is using the knowledge management system in the State universities and Industrial centers of the country, and Linking the two systems together. However, the massive volume and dispersed of knowledge management issues ‎Has led that most of universities be confused and Repent on the implementation of knowledge ‎management. So the aim of this study is to evaluate the roadmaps of implementation knowledge management and provide a road map for implement knowledge management in The Comprehensive University of Imam Hossein. The study In terms of aim is applied and In terms of method is Descriptive - survey research. Statistical population of Research is Including 80 Executive expert knowledge management familiar with College campuses. Through the formula of Cochran, 45 people were selected with Targeted sampling. The road map obtained from the literature was evaluated, with a questionnaire with range of five options Likert, that its validity by the formula lashe and its reliability by Cronbach's alpha (0.91) were obtained. For confirm the model was used Hypothesis Test and for the data analysis was used Binomial Distribution. Finally, in order to implement of knowledge management in University was obtained an applied roadmap, including 11 major phases and 30 Key Activity with details and their interaction Manuscript Document