Yasaman Farashahian

Education : 

  • Graduate courses, industrial management degree from the University of Ershad Damavand   average 17.85 (years 2004-2008)
  • Distinguished graduate, Master (Rank 2) degree in industrial management, production trends of Islamic Azad University South with 18.52 average( years 2008-2010)
  • Ph.D. Student, Industrial Management degree, the production trend in Tehran University Research (No. 1- 2010-2011)

Research Experience:  

  • Planning and project control
  • Quality management systems and TQM
  • Performance evaluation models of knowledge and knowledge management in industrial and factory
  • Facing the challenges of knowledge management in companies,(case study: Saveh Rolling and Profiles)


  • English language proficiency and professional management
  • Familiarity with specialized management software and dominate Collection Office


1 - knowledge management challenges facing the petrochemical industry of Iran
(International Conference on Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
2 - Effect of applying the four factors of knowledge management performance in manufacturing activity (Case Study Industry Group iran-khodro)
(Journal of Business Economics, Islamic Azad University South / School of Management and Accounting Office)

Beiträge von Yasaman Farashahian

  • Design & the Implementation of Knowledge Management System

    Case study: Saveh rolling & profile Mills company

    21. Februar 2011 von Yasaman Farashahian, Amin Abbasi

    Business enterprises typically are valued at the net tangible assets recorded on their books. When the market value of a firm succeeds its book value, conventional stock market theory regards the premium as the market’s assessment of intangible assets or intellectual capital of the firm. Svieby classified intellectual capital into three categories: employee competence, internal structure and external structure. The managing and measuring of intellectual capital are widely discussed in commercial applications. The implementation of key factors in intangible assets using indicators in day-to-day operations highlights the company’s value in creating processes. Many other firms apply similar frameworks in managing their intellectual capital, for example: Exxon Chemical’s, “Learning Forums”; World Bank’s, “Communities of Practice”; Toyota’s, “Alignment Rooms”; Ryder Trucks’, “Knowledge Center”; Allied Signal’s, “Mental Model Learn”; and Scott Paper’s “Real Bottom-Line Customer Service”. The purpose of this paper is to explore how an organization can adopt the concept of knowledge management and subsequently measure the intellectual capital - specifically in our company. [weiterlesen]


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