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        1 - The Role of Organizational Learning in Enhancement the Innovation Performance
        ahmad mohammadi aliakbar aminbidokhti laleh jamshidi
        Abstract Innovation to help organizations cope with the dynamic markets turbulence in the external environment and can achieve long-term goals. One of the most initiators of Innovation, learning. The main aim of this study is to examine the effect of the Organizational Full Text
        Abstract Innovation to help organizations cope with the dynamic markets turbulence in the external environment and can achieve long-term goals. One of the most initiators of Innovation, learning. The main aim of this study is to examine the effect of the Organizational Learning on innovation performance. Accordingly, the study population is all supervisors and employees of manufacturing and industrial Ab Band Mazandaran Company.The research design was descriptive and Correlation type and typically is based on structural equation modeling. For measuring variables two tools is used based on the Likert 5 options and the questionnaires were distributed among 220 supervisors and employees of Ab Band Mazandaran Company. Construct validity of both questionnaires were confirmed by a number of experts and management professionals and a confirmatory factor analysis. The results show that Organizational Learning has a positive effect on innovation performance and have a direct and significant role to increase the performance. Manuscript Document
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        2 - Effects of Network Structure, Knowledge Stock and Absorptive Capacity on Innovative Performance of Knowledge- Based Companies
        Morteza Akbari saheb imani roya mahmoudi hoda abedi hadi toloasl
        The innovative performance of companies has been studied quite extensively and for a long period of time. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of network structure, knowledge stock and absorptive capacity on innovative performance of Tehran knowledge- ba Full Text
        The innovative performance of companies has been studied quite extensively and for a long period of time. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of network structure, knowledge stock and absorptive capacity on innovative performance of Tehran knowledge- based companies. About 132 companies were selected as the sample in Tehran province, Iran. In order to collect data, standard questionnaires of innovative performance with 10 questions, absorption capacity with 8 questions, network structure with 4 questions, and knowledge stock were also used with 7 questions. In all items were measured using a five-point Likert scale ranging from 1 (totally disagree) to 5 (totally agree). Data collected through a questionnaire which its validity confirmed by experts and its reliability was confirmed by Cronbach's alpha coefficient. Data were analyzed using structural equation modeling (SEM) software Smart- PLS 2.0. The results showed that the network structure, knowledge stock and absorptive capacity effect on performance knowledge-based companies. Also, the absorptive capacity have had partial and complete (perfect) mediating role on the relationship between knowledge stock with innovative performance and network structure with innovative performance. In addition, the absorptive capacity (0.48) has the largest and network structure has the lowest rank in explaining performance of innovative companies. Manuscript Document
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        3 - Enhancing Innovative and Sale Performance through Customer Knowledge Management
        Nasser Asgari
        In the competitive and dynamic environments of current businesses, distribution corporations attempt to utilize permanent and new resources of competitive advantage in order to improve their innovative and sale performance. Among different determinants of innovative and Full Text
        In the competitive and dynamic environments of current businesses, distribution corporations attempt to utilize permanent and new resources of competitive advantage in order to improve their innovative and sale performance. Among different determinants of innovative and sale performance this paper is to investigate the effects of customer knowledge management. For this purpose the simultaneous effects of three dimensions of customer knowledge (knowledge for, about and from customer) on the criteria of sale performance and innovative performance have been investigated. The research method is descriptive and correlational. The population of the research consists of 900 sellers of Behpakhsh Corporation. A sample of 270 subjects was selected as statistical sampling. Data collection tool is a standard questionnaire that was used for the survey. Statistical tests such as confirmatory factor analysis, path analysis and t-test are used for data analysis through the software LISREL and SPSS. The results show that all studied aspects of customer knowledge have positive and significant effects on the performance of the corporation. As well as the current status of these variables in this corporation have been appropriate. Finally, according to research findings, some suggestions are presented for improving innovative and sale performance of distribution corporations. Manuscript Document