سال انتشار: ۱۳۸۶
محل انتشار: پنجمین کنفرانس بین المللی مدیریت
تعداد صفحات: ۱۰
j.Khavandkar – Zanjan ICT Incubator, Institute for Advanced studies on Basic Science (IASBS), zanjan, Iran
E.Khavandkar – Department of Industrial Engineering , iran University of Science and Technology (IUST), Tehran
In recent years, the novelty of aa rapid change has made the information, knowledge and technology along with the knowledge-workers to be the primary resources for achieving the competitive advantages for knowledge based novel organizations development. On the basis of such necessities and the framework for the national innovation system in Iran, the science and technology parks and incubators are rapidly growing across the nation. The development and expansion of these institutions, their governing principals and the complexity of their configurations, in their relation with the existing market, academia and governmental institutions are creating the interdisciplinary and bi-systemic interaction issues. When such interactions are conducted in their most effective way, there would be a wide range of opportunities for creating social capital through the gateway of knowledge sharing and organizational capabilities in an atmosphere of trust. A the same time, local governmental organizations, due to the international circumstances, new theories and policies are growing, developing and moving toward federalism. For these organizations to implement ICT services, they need to outsource and for their arganizational development need the organizational learning. This study examines the relationship between knowledge sharing and outsourcing success, using a sample of 120 local governmental organizations in zanjan. The result of research offers a model for a bi-systemic ethical alliance in new business environment.