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        1 - تحلیل محتوای موانع، فرصت‌ها و راهکارهای توسعه ارتباط صنعت و دانشگاه در پانزده کنگره‌ی همکاری های دولت،دانشگاه و صنعت برای توسعه‌ی ملی
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        2 - بررسی موانع و راهکارهای ارتباط صنعت و دانشگاه (مورد کاوی شرکت توزیع نیروی برق تهران بزرگ )
        masoud shafiee محمد  رحمانپوری morteza bahadori
        Relationship industry and universities is an issue that in recent years has repeatedly been investigated in respect of experts and Different aspects of the technical aspects have been analyzed and evaluated , Given the profound impact that this type of Relationship bein Full Text
        Relationship industry and universities is an issue that in recent years has repeatedly been investigated in respect of experts and Different aspects of the technical aspects have been analyzed and evaluated , Given the profound impact that this type of Relationship being left on the endogenous development In strategic areas such as self-reliance, knowledge and ... Has a direct and immediate impact Multiple solutions, diverse, and sometimes conflicting, as the policy is proposed and implemented. In this paper, inspired by the theme of this research project is The relationship between universities and industry in developed countries and Iran A synopsis of research and development in these countries, including Iran, The methods and channels of communication between industry and the University of Electric Power Industry. The mining techniques to analyze the functional relationship between the universities of Tehran Electricity Distribution Company paid in recent years After investigating the relationship between the company and its position at the SWOT points to important problems and obstacles in establishing these relationships Finally, the analysis and consideration of critical success factors in establishing and developing communication strategies, Management and operational strategies that can be implemented as a five year implementation schedule And institutional development and greater communication with the university to establish the relevance of Tehran Electricity Distribution Company Manuscript Document
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        3 - Correlation of Social Capital, Institutional Efficiency and National Development
        ataollah sinaei masoud shafiee
        The ongoing development process is the most important mindset of human societies and determines the degree of difference between countries. So the important question that is going on in the current world is how and why some countries have reached a higher level of devel Full Text
        The ongoing development process is the most important mindset of human societies and determines the degree of difference between countries. So the important question that is going on in the current world is how and why some countries have reached a higher level of development indicators, while others are at the bottom of the table? From this angle, the factors and dimensions of development and the formulation of questions and assumptions in this regard are a common method for discovering and opening up the development paths of societies. The general objective of this research is to examine social capital, its relationship with the formation of institutional efficiency and then with the fluctuations of national development. The research studies the impact of these two-way, successive and pre-requisite volatilities on the path to national development. Reviewing the path and fluctuations show that the relationship between these three factors has a synergy. The theoretical framework of this research is a combination of theories of social capital, institutionalism and development; and thinkers such as Putnam, Fukuyama, Huntington, North, Schumpeter, Mirdal, and Todaro, in relation to the variables involved in the formation of the subject of research. The main hypothesis of the research is that there is a positive correlation between the three variables of social capital, institutional efficiency, and national development. This research is a fundamental objective and in terms of library, documentary and exploratory method. Manuscript Document
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        4 - Model and Guiding Framework for Innovative and Entrepreneurial University
        reza mahdi masoud shafiee
        Moving on the path of innovation and entrepreneurship (value-creating) and fulfilling the desired social responsibility is one of the axes of the evolution of universities in recent years, especially in the last two decades. Innovative and value-creating university, for Full Text
        Moving on the path of innovation and entrepreneurship (value-creating) and fulfilling the desired social responsibility is one of the axes of the evolution of universities in recent years, especially in the last two decades. Innovative and value-creating university, for which various definitions have been proposed and various dimensions and criteria have been proposed for its introduction and creation, is one of the new initiatives and ideas for transformation in university systems. Despite identifying and introducing various components and criteria for an innovative and value-creating university, creating this type of university and purposeful and managed movement in the path of innovation and entrepreneurship requires a comprehensive roadmap and a balanced action guide. In order to evolve and achieve a comprehensive model, a guideline framework consisting of eight dimensions, as an action plan and operational model of an innovative and value-creating university by the European Commission and OECD, design and more than 600 universities and higher education institutes in Europe and OECD has evaluated this model. In this paper, through a review of documents, the guide to innovative and value-creating university is introduced as a guide for mainly European programs, for the gradual and systematic transformation of existing universities into innovative and value-creating universities with local considerations. All Iranian universities and higher education institutions with any mission, by learning and adapting actively and productively from this framework and gradually adapting their conditions to its dimensions and criteria, can take fundamental steps in the path of innovation and entrepreneurship and become an innovative and value-creating university in the Relation of Industry and University, Innovative and Entrepreneurial University, Value-creating University, Third Generation University, Guiding Framework for Innovative Higher Education Institute (HEInnovative)true and actual word. Manuscript Document
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        5 - Investigating the role of university-industry cooperation in the development of countries with a look at global policies and trade
        masoud shafiee hajar safaheih
        Scientific, industrial, economic and social growth and development has always been considered as the most important concern of policy makers in all societies and in the present era, achieving this development is one of the major goals of any country. One of the most wel Full Text
        Scientific, industrial, economic and social growth and development has always been considered as the most important concern of policy makers in all societies and in the present era, achieving this development is one of the major goals of any country. One of the most well-known factors influencing societies in achieving promotion and development is the bilateral cooperation between universities and industries, so that without a proper link between these institutions, the desired development of a society far from imaginable will be. The purpose of this study is to investigate the role of this type of cooperation in the development of countries and also to identify and compare the policies, strategies and global experiences of a number of leading countries such as the United States, Britain, Japan and Turkey in this regard. This research was conducted using the library method and content analysis approach, and at the end, solutions for fruitful models to promote university-industry cooperation in the country are presented. Manuscript Document
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        6 - Rooting of Loose Engagement of Iranian Universities with Industry from the Higher Education Informants
        reza mahdi masoud shafiee
        If universities functioned in a stable environment, the demands for leadership would be modest. Mission, vision, programs, strategies, and policies could simply be put on automatic pilot. Automatic pilots don’t work for universities. Environment is in continual context, Full Text
        If universities functioned in a stable environment, the demands for leadership would be modest. Mission, vision, programs, strategies, and policies could simply be put on automatic pilot. Automatic pilots don’t work for universities. Environment is in continual context, and the results and consequences of these changes for the future of universities are profound. Sound, creative and empowering leadership is indispensable, and it spells the difference between productive, sustainable universities and those that are in continual crisis and failing. One need only reflect on the change that has come about in university over the last century. The very mission and scale of universities have been transformed. Universities are altering the ways and means of teaching and learning. New directions and methods in research and service to society are evolving. The costs-benefits of the academic enterprise are in continual fluctuation and open to challenge. The roles of faculty are different, as are campus cultures. The very definition of precisely who is served and touched by universities is in transition. Leading change is clearly the most difficult and taxing challenge faced by university managers and leaders. Occupying a position of leadership and exercising the role of manager and leader are entirely different.Too many positions of leadership are filled by those who occupy the chair and carry the title but fail to lead universities in ways that enable them to adapt to a demanding environment, optimize their mission, align with values, and produce a lasting contribution to society. It does not speak to the position of leadership, to title, or to mere survival skills; rather it speaks to the creative act, the behavior, the hard work, and the skill and competency of leadership and management Manuscript Document