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      Sociological study of the relationship between university and industry
       
      Number40 , Year , SpringSummer 2018
      If we look at the society from a Structural Functionalism point of view, all human societies have systems and sub-systems that need to work to benefit from these existing sub-systems in order to grow and advance their level of development. Undoubtedly, a dynamic balance Full Text
      If we look at the society from a Structural Functionalism point of view, all human societies have systems and sub-systems that need to work to benefit from these existing sub-systems in order to grow and advance their level of development. Undoubtedly, a dynamic balance between these sub-systems can be an effective and vital factor for the development and growth of any society. Undoubtedly, the institutions of the university and industry are two very important institutions in the development of new societies. Our country is a developing society, in the sense of a transition that needs to be balanced and coordinated in order to achieve its goals, in order to provide a better level of well-being and a better life for its members. For this reason, different institutions in a society need to have a lot of coordination and communication so that society can achieve its development goals. The aim of this study is to study the relationships and interactions between the institutions of the university and the industry, as well as to find out what factors contribute to this relationship and what factors can be an obstacle to this interrelationship. In this research, we try to collect information using library data. Using this method, we try to analyze them with the help of existing data and resources, as well as researches carried out in this field, and present their results in the form of a new research. Article Details

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      Academic Entrepreneurship: A Stage Based Model
         
      Number40 , Year , SpringSummer 2018
                      Today, the Entrepreneur University, academic entrepreneurship, and the commercialization of academic research are somehow attracting attention that has put pressure on academic institutions to become entrepreneurs. Accordingly, the present study aims to Full Text
                      Today, the Entrepreneur University, academic entrepreneurship, and the commercialization of academic research are somehow attracting attention that has put pressure on academic institutions to become entrepreneurs. Accordingly, the present study aims to design and develop a step-by-step model of university entrepreneurship. In this model there are five stages in the process of university entrepreneurship that are: motivation, governance, selection, competition, and performance. The process of entrepreneurship originates from the motivation of faculty members from universities, industries and government to commercialize science and knowledge from academic research. In this model, the governance and competitiveness stages associated with the process of commercialization of academic knowledge make the selection of the method fit and, ultimately, the implementation of academic entrepreneurship. This research has a descriptive-analytic dimension and has been done through documentary study. Findings of the research confirm that the step-by-step model of university entrepreneurship is a structured way to understand facilitator and mediator relationships that stimulate entrepreneurship mobility.   Article Details

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      Innovation and University; Reflection on the Formation and Development of Innovative University
           
      Number40 , Year , SpringSummer 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. Full Text
      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.   Article Details

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      Application of QFD approach to improve Collaboration between Electricity Industry and University
             
      Number40 , Year , SpringSummer 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 Full Text
      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. Article Details

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      The effect of work ethic and job identity on job involvement in staffs at University of Kashan (research in university: strategy for industry)
       
      Number40 , Year , SpringSummer 2018
      The purpose of this research was the effect of work ethic and job identity on job involvement in staffs at University of Kashan. Research type is descriptive correlative. The statistical population consisted all of staffs' in University of Kashan (N=547) that by Cochran Full Text
      The purpose of this research was the effect of work ethic and job identity on job involvement in staffs at University of Kashan. Research type is descriptive correlative. The statistical population consisted all of staffs' in University of Kashan (N=547) that by Cochran Formula and simple randomized sampling 242 ones were chosen as sample. To gathering data’s used from three questionnaire work ethic in four components with 23 items, job identity in five component with 15 items and job involvement with 10 items in terms. Questionnaires content & construction validity confirmed. Through Cronbach alpha coefficient, reliability coefficients were obtained equal to 0.73 for work ethic, 0.82 for job identity and 0.83 for job involvement. Data analyses done in two level descriptive & inferential statistics through Spss & Amos software’s. Finding showed mean of work ethic, job identity and job involvement were upper than average. Correlation coefficient showed work ethic components on job involvement have positive & significant effect but job identity components on job involvement have positive & no significant effect. Regression coefficient revealed only work ethic could predict job involvement in staffs.   Article Details

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      Assessing barriers to university-industry development program goals Sixth using confirmatory factor analysis
           
      Number40 , Year , SpringSummer 2018
      One of the objectives of the sixth research and development of scientific research in order to reduce economic and social damages, and strategies to solve problems with them . On the other hand the Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade is required in order to fulfill the Full Text
      One of the objectives of the sixth research and development of scientific research in order to reduce economic and social damages, and strategies to solve problems with them . On the other hand the Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade is required in order to fulfill the objectives of the sixth development programs with partner universities in this regard are factors may prevent communication between university and industry. Based on the aim of the present study, functional and perform descriptive terms has been supported by extensive research library. A questionnaire consisting of 33 questions developed and  And between 144 faculty members of universities and industrial managers of Birjand who were randomly selected and selected on the basis of Cochran form were collected and collected.. To analyze data, exploratory factor analysis, verification and system software LISREL structural equation is used, in order to assess the relationship between variables and ranked them, the tests Dvjmlh¬Ay, t-Factor and Friedman interest is taken.   Article Details
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