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    • Number15 , 16   Year5
    • SpringSummer 2012
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        1 - Design and implementation of a communication link between university, industry and government for national development
        In this paper a try have been made to guidelines for the design and implementation of a communication link between university, industry and government for national development. Today, small producers even the governments who do not care about the researches to achieve t Full Text
        In this paper a try have been made to guidelines for the design and implementation of a communication link between university, industry and government for national development. Today, small producers even the governments who do not care about the researches to achieve technology, so they become intermediary’s dealers without any identification. Thus, with proper drawing management system to coordinate the separate activities of universities, industrial centers, and government, the local technology would be formed. Therefore, the development of a comprehensive management system is provided. The design and implementation of communication link between the three pillars mentioned above, semi-industrial and industrial countries' experiences, has been studied. To investigate the failure of the production technology and compare it with the experience of other countries, it is clear that the main problem in this field to assign a simple macro trends in the design and testing three pillars of strategic management depends on government, academia, and industry. Treatment guidelines provided in this section are as follows: • Forget the culture of short-term profit. • Exclusion of non-strategic and taste management. • Keeping the privacy and dignity of researcher. • Low risk investment in developing local technology. • Government thought and foresight. The implementation of the system presented in this paper to achieve the prestigious science and technology in the world is possible. This is the only way that would be possible to offer to the world the development of science and technology with the Iranian thought and identity. Paper Details
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        2 - The comparison of human development between Iran and region countries (Based on the human development report (HDR) in 2011)
             
        The industry and university partnership is one of the main driving forces to achieve the goals of the Iran 1404 outlook document. It has a significant effect on the employment of the educated manpower and on the national production and subsequently on the GNI per capit Full Text
        The industry and university partnership is one of the main driving forces to achieve the goals of the Iran 1404 outlook document. It has a significant effect on the employment of the educated manpower and on the national production and subsequently on the GNI per capita. Since mean years of schooling and expected years of schooling and the GNI per capita are the substantial indices for human development, university and industry partnership is one of the requirements for improvement of human development indices. In this paper, the concept of the human development is tried to be explained. Measuring the human development by utilizing the indices, and also an analytic comparison between Iran and the countries introduced in Iran 1404 outlook document, is performed. The countries under our study in this paper are: the Middle East countries, Middle Asia, Caucasus and neighbor countries. The purpose of this paper is to investigate and evaluate the human development of Islamic Republic of Iran based on the human development report (HDR) in 2011. This report is publishing annually by the United Nations organization. The results show that we are not in a good position in the human development indices and our grade in the observed area is decreasing. Finally, some suggestions are presented to improve the human development. Paper Details
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        3 - The Role of Knowledge Management in Developing Innovation in Knowledge- based SMEs
         
        Today era is the era of wonderful changes and developments in technology. The era that its intellectual structure is based on deepening the information and participating the creative and knowledge- based labor instead of practical labor. Hence, aware management tries t Full Text
        Today era is the era of wonderful changes and developments in technology. The era that its intellectual structure is based on deepening the information and participating the creative and knowledge- based labor instead of practical labor. Hence, aware management tries to use knowledge for confronting uncertainty factors, status conservation and creating innovation to expand its competitive arena. This implies that SMEs respect knowledge management and innovation management and use them as strategic need for pioneering in competitive arena in their plans. Nowadays the organizations, which apply the new and innovative thinks, can be successful and survive in competitive world. This article will discuss knowledge management, innovation and the role of KM in developing the knowledge – based SMEs Paper Details
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        4 - Entrepreneurship and Small and Medium-sized Industrial and Technological Enterprises: Constraints, Potential and Solusions
           
        Last decades, the dynamic and efficient relationship between government, university and industry has been the main purpose of governers, universities and industrians and despite numerous conducted studies, programs and initiatives, the gaps remained. On the other hand, Full Text
        Last decades, the dynamic and efficient relationship between government, university and industry has been the main purpose of governers, universities and industrians and despite numerous conducted studies, programs and initiatives, the gaps remained. On the other hand, according to the role of SMEs in development and institutionalization of entrepreneurship and accelerate the process of scientific, technological, industrial and economical development, it is more than one decade that some centers are created for directing and supporting these enterprises in different sectors of society and the dream of relationship between government, university and industry are realized through knowledge and technology - based SMEs. But due to lack of over sectorial approach to these centers and parallel works of their main sponsers- ministries of science, research & technology and industries & mines- despite the spread of these centers, the goals and missions particularly about strengthening the relation between government, university and industry are ambiguous. So it is recommended to review and rethink the goals, missions and mechanisms of these centers in their second decade of their activity Paper Details
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        5 - A review of university-industry interaction patterns and designs
           
        University and industry are two key institutions in any society and since the comprehensive development of communities and countries, largely due to Capabilities of the application of either of these two institutions in order to meet needs is, The policy makers, planner Full Text
        University and industry are two key institutions in any society and since the comprehensive development of communities and countries, largely due to Capabilities of the application of either of these two institutions in order to meet needs is, The policy makers, planners and executors of them has attracted And the concept of continuous improvement of university-industry relationship is considered. This paper aimed at explaining the relationship between universities and industry, the first world record in Iran And then this challenge as a society with higher education, has studied and the introduction of the mechanisms of interaction with universities and industry adoption of methods to transfer knowledge and technology, Emanating from university-industry interaction patterns with patterns of innovation and technology development, has been described. Used when reviewing proposals for university-industry interaction, Mutual benefits of establishing a relationship with these two institutions that together have given the data and outputs, is described Paper Details
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        6 - Iran paradigm in the Vision 2050 global electricity industry
           
        Today's technology has been recognized as an important lever for economic growth in the global arena. Successful industries in the world have now realized the importance of this which Effective application of science and technology to increase efficiency and competitive Full Text
        Today's technology has been recognized as an important lever for economic growth in the global arena. Successful industries in the world have now realized the importance of this which Effective application of science and technology to increase efficiency and competitiveness in global markets will. It will no doubt come from countries that develop technologies based on their specific strategies and policies identified And so with the necessary mechanisms to keep pace with future developments are ready. Facing the technological challenges facing the electric power industry in the world and what is it? The share of new and renewable energy future Basket power source What is the world? What is the future direction of Automation and Intelligent power grid? The processes of electric vehicles, increasing urbanization, emissions, etc., What impact will the technology industry in the coming years? This paper studies the power industry developed country like South Korea and prospects of development of the technology industry by 2050 That is the appropriate response to achieve. Data and evidence presented in this report suggest that the technological development of the electricity industry to align with the future of the power industry in the world, should be the subject of such an intelligent network,Reduce greenhouse gas emissions through development of renewable energy and improve the efficiency of existing plants, the optimal combination of product portfolio, Consumption and improve the efficiency of transportation management and development will focus on electricity Paper Details
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        7 - Provide a road map to implement knowledge management in University
             
        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 Paper Details