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Ehsan Farzin Abdehgah

Bio: Ehsan Farzin Abdehgah is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Problem statement & Systems thinking. The author has co-authored 1 publications.

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors identify the components of problem statement in organizational research and modelling them, based on the level of importance of these indicators, a model is presented and it is determined what position each indicator is in terms of Degree of dependence and Influence rate.
Abstract: The aim is to provide a framework for statement organizational research problems. State the problem is the most important reason for the researcher to choose the subject. Although research has been done on the characteristics of expression of research problems, but in organizational research, no framework for expressing the problem has been provided. The method used in this research is grounded theory followed by the ISM-MICMAC approach for modelling. The findings of this study identify the components of problem statement in organizational research and modelling them. Due to the large number of indicators, first nine indicators of higher importance were identified, which had much more weight than other indicators. These indicators were then compared and prioritized again by other experts. Based on the level of importance of these indicators, a model is presented and it is determined what position each of these indicators is in terms of Degree of dependence and Influence rate. The researcher can easily use this information to provide an acceptable problem statement and the editors will have a good assessment tool.
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TL;DR: In this article, the authors measured system thinking by Balance Score Card (BSC) for the Behnoosh corporate in Iran, and the results of this study seem to suggest that system thinking is existed in BehNoosh, because implemented vertical linkages and horizontal connections in four perspective of BSC, and there is meaningful relationship between them.
Abstract: Yet, no comprehensive model of the evolution of systems thinking may be found in the literature despite its necessity. System thinking is unclear, but based on some ideas it is conceptual, and it seems a quality expression, so we need to a suitable tool for measuring of systems thinking. There are very limited researches Evaluate systems thinking in management science. This paper measures system thinking by Balance Score Card (BSC) for the Behnoosh corporate in Iran. This article uses following structure based on four perspective of BSC (Learning and Growth, Internal Processes, clients, and Financial). First, some factors in vertical linkages within the systems measured. Thereafter, other factors on a horizontal basis are measured in the connections from suppliers to buyers. Finally, relationship between vertical linkages and horizontal connections measured. The results of this study seem to suggest that system thinking is existed in Behnoosh, because implemented vertical linkages and horizontal connections in four perspective of BSC, and there is meaningful relationship between them. At the end of the article, there are some implications for managers and some suggestions for the future studies.