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Published: 2015-04-29

Page: 35-39


Department of Physics, Buein Zahra Technical University, Qazvin, Iran.

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Studying and contemplating the current managerial structure of developed countries show that management and its strategic results have lost their own traditional and usual concept. In advanced countries, modern management has been developed by using new knowledge-based infrastructures methods. Managerial knowledge-based methods are a strategic solution to promote the control level, scientific and fundamental guidance of sciences in reaching defined programs and policies. This trend with the analysis of modern knowledge-based management in developed countries introduces new managerial backgrounds to us. For this reason, their managerial policies and reactions in encountering with inter-organizational or non-organizational problems and crises are appeared more guided than traditional management in developing countries. At present, the main index and identification of appropriate strategy of modern and knowledge-based management can be observed in the control process of crisis and natural disasters in developed countries that are extremely consistent and their crisis management methods based on the application of modern technologies and equipment. Therefore, the failure factors of developing countries in management should be considered in the lack of knowledge-based management. These countries have to be pioneer in the management and optimum guide of predicted and unpredicted organizational and non-organizational events like advanced countries.

Keywords: Knowledge-based management, modern management, crisis guidance, modern technologies, natural crises

How to Cite

JAHANSHIR, A. (2015). INTERNAL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER BARRIERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research, 3(1), 35–39. Retrieved from


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