مدل شبیه سازی برای انگیزش ایجاد اقدامات کارآفرین
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||تعداد صفحات مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی|
|9485||2013||9 صفحه PDF||13 صفحه WORD|
Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 73, 27 February 2013, Pages 354–362
واژه های کلیدی
2. مدیریت و بودجه گذاری تجارت دلگرم کننده جدید
3. مدلسازی تجارت دلگرم کننده جدید
4. نگرش رده بالا به تجارت های دلگرم کننده جدید
5. پویایی های سیستم برای مدل تجارت دلگرم کننده جدید
6. تعامل بین مدل ها/ابعاد
6-1 انکوباتور تجاری مجازی
6-2 انکوباتور تکنولوژی – شبکه های تولید
7. پیاده سازی مدل های تجارت دلگرم کننده جدید
7-1 بررسی مرحله ای سیستم
7-2 اجرا و نتایج
8. نتیجه گیری و تحقیقات بعدی
The small and medium sized software enterprises should be encouraged to take a leading role in exploiting new opportunities. There is a need to develop, implement and emphasize the important role of engineering, technology and development of small and medium software enterprises on poverty reduction and sustainable social and economic development. In this paper, there is a scope to inform about the ways that can encourage the creation and establishment of a new software company and explain about the important role of creating new businesses in a developing and changing industry. There is also an analysis on computers with dynamic simulation models  (iThink) in order to simulate all the different situations and scenarios of encouraging new software enterprises and predict the outcome. Relevant studies have been devoted in computational methods, giving the impetus for further research in this field , , , , , , , , , , , , ,  and .
Initiatives are needed that build capacity, establish appropriate financial systems, increase public awareness, craft and implement policy, and ensure that engineering and technology are included in Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers  (PRSPs). Governments, universities, NGOs , and international agencies all need to play roles in developing and implementing strategy. In advanced industrial economies, small and medium-size enterprises have developed much of the innovative and cutting-edge technology. In many developing economies these enterprises have been the foundation of industrialization. In Taiwan (China), for example, small and medium-size enterprises were the engines behind the postwar industrial upgrading of the economy. By serving as suppliers to multinational corporations and foreign buyers, small and medium-size enterprises in Taiwan (China) gradually acquired both the process and product technologies that enabled the economy to upgrade its technology. Similar evidence on the role of small and medium-size enterprises is emerging from mainland China. Despite the importance of small and medium-size enterprises, investments and incentives to grow them have been minimal or nonexistent in most developing countries. The focus of governments and foreign investment in developing countries has been on large infrastructure and industrial projects. Supporting these enterprises is critical, but doing so is fraught with financial, administrative, legal, and marketrelated difficulties. Developing countries therefore can help foster the growth of small and medium-size enterprises by creating business and technology incubators, supporting clusters, and establishing exportprocessing zones. Each institution has benefits and drawbacks. If a developing country is to unlock the potential to turn science, technology, and innovation into business opportunities, it needs to undertake a number of core activities. These include providing broader incentive structures to all firms while creating an institutional environment that encourages entrepreneurship, rewards innovation, fosters start-ups, and sustains existing firms with injections of capital. Creating links between knowledge generation and enterprise development is one of the most important challenges developing countries face. A range of structures can be used to create and sustain enterprises, from taxation regimes and market-based instruments to consumption policies and sources of change within the innovation system.
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
In conclusion, the main scope of investing in encouraging and motivating the creation of entrepreneurship actions is to create a stable infrastructure for the software company that will lead eventually to the increase of its brand name, its growth and expansion and establishment in the top software companies. Furthermore, after having accomplished all these, the company will have greater success in its products, global recognition and a whole new wave of possibilities and opportunities. It’s one of the best ways of ensuring the future of a company that depends on cutting-edge technology. Other than the future success, it is shown that in the 7th month of execution, the company has a small amount of profit. So the company by investing in this section can achieve 2 things, future success and profit. That makes Encouraging and motivating the creation of entrepreneurship one of the main targets of a software company’s investment. Deep research is essential to comprehend and manage all the different aspects and dimensions of a software company, its dynamic behavior, processes, capacities, abilities limits and all its operations. Modeling can help achieve all this but not in isolation. In order to be able to take a reliable conclusion about a decision, all the relationships and interactions between the parts and functions must be understood and taken into account. A change in one sector brings change to others, so it must be a simulation of the complete system of the company that will bring the correct results. Attentive programming and dynamic simulation models such as iThink can provide countless non-cost simulations in order to demonstrate and guide the company to the best investment that can attempt at that time. With an everyday changing science and technology, things can alter and evolve very fast and new ways of measuring and simulating can be discovered, but dynamic simulation modeling is nowadays the best way of leading to a decision that will enable the company to invest and be sure of its future progress and profit. Yet, past strategic management literature and research in dynamic simulation have provided evidence that several phenomena, such as organizational culture , R&D strategy , business environment and structure [26,27] contribute significantly to successful entrepreneurship and firms’ effectiveness. Consequently, future investigators should further pry the linkages between these concepts.