September 1, 2016

Volume 160, Issue 9, 1 September 2016

Provide a Conceptual Model for Knowledge Management in Knowledge-based Companies

Evan Luky, PhD

Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark


 Abstract

 Peter Drucker in book of post-capitalist society as the most important economic are not resources of capital and labor or natural resources. This fundamental economic resource is knowledge and will be. Today, the emergence of knowledge-based companies that their life creativity and innovation and commercialization of ideas from the needs of today's business world. In the meantime awareness of existing knowledge and how to manage it in order to handle business activities related to organization of special importance. so far, various models of knowledge management has been offered. In this study, the study of companies in the knowledge-based objectives and analysis of studies that have been done.


Establishment of Incubators: the Scientific Revolution and Commercial Structures of Knowledge and Technology Universities

Tyler Noah

Faculty of management, Harvard Business School, Boston, United States


 Abstract

 Incubator are protected areas that small companies through can gain access to resources, share knowledge and create networking with other entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurial university apart from individuals, companies accepted and supported, and then the graduate. This is the current reality at the center of development (Incubator). Research commercialization process by which Knowledge generated in universities and research organizations to make marketable products. That are requires serious cooperation and interaction between higher education institutions and research organizations affiliated with the government, industry associations, financial institutions and investors, entrepreneurs and academics. results show that The main objective of entrepreneurship, providing skilled manpower requirements as well as newly established organizations in the form of independent entrepreneurs and corporate organizations to provide goods or services needed by society.


Providing a Model for Evaluating Knowledge Management of Knowledge-based Organization

Jashuoa Pterson

Faculty of Engineering and Technology, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom


 Abstract

 Assessment of knowledge management at knowledge-based organizations, allowing organizations on how to implement knowledge management process. Hence the need to develop indicators to measure the knowledge management process defined in such organizations. This indicators expresses the efficiency and effectiveness of their knowledge management process. The aim of this study is to provide a model for evaluation of knowledge management to knowledge-based organizations. The model developed in this study, enabling four or factors affecting the development of the knowledge management process including "human resources, information technology, education and culture" and four sub-processes of knowledge management include "the creation, storage, sharing and application of knowledge "were identified. The results of the research shows that Harvard University have a strong focus on knowledge management and knowledge management is to implement a moderate fitness level. Friedman ranking test results also indicate that enablers and studied the processes are not in good condition.


Power Allocation in MIMO-OFDM Tripple Ad Hoc Networks

Harol Licoln

Department of Communication Engineering, Université Paris Dauphine, Paris, France


 Abstract

 With the increasing demand for wireless services, the efficient use of spectral resources is of great importance. MIMO-OFDM communication systems hold great promise in using radio spectrum efficiently while power control will improve energy efficiency. Existing approaches such as multiuser water-filling and gradient projection assign a fixed transmit power to each link and each transmitter node allocates power among different antennas in order to optimize the link capacity or sum data rate. We propose a new technique for power management and interference reduction based upon a game theoretic approach. The designed utility function facilitates subcarrier assignment schemes by using a tunable pricing factor, which helps a link to admit or drop subcarriers in a soft and adaptive fashion.


Provide a Model to Commercialize the Results of Research and Development in the Knowledge-Based Institutions in United States

Edward d Parotely, Leon Jeiny

School of Business, Queen`s University at Kingston, Kingston, Ontario, Canada


 Abstract

 The knowledge created in universities and academic centers If don’t become a product, service or technology at a later stage considered useless in terms of the knowledge economy will be able to create added value for the community. In order to synergies and wealth of knowledge and development of knowledge-based economy, knowledge-based companies to be created That by doing applied research and development of products with new technology Research project monitoring services to create and develop business and entrepreneurial opportunities recognition help to technology transfer and commercialization of research and development. In this paper, we evaluate the performance of institutions of knowledge in the commercialization of knowledge a conceptual model in which the commercial technology transfer process of the idea to the market and their relations with each other specified.