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1. The Virtual Simulation: A Tool for Leadership Education in Global Corporations

2. Research Tools

2.1. Does Criticism Overcome the Praises of Journal Impact Factor?

2.1.1. Cited By

2.1.1.1. Increasing the Impact of HRDR Through Principled Pluralism

2.1.1.2. Para além do fator de impacto: O artigo científico e a disseminação de conhecimento em Medicina

2.2. A Comparison between Two Main Academic Literature Collections: Web of Science and Scopus Databases

2.2.1. Cited By

2.2.1.1. Power laws in citation distributions: Evidence from Scopus

2.2.1.2. Setting our bibliographic references free: towards open citation data

2.2.1.3. An Overview on the South Korean Scientific Production in the Field of Chemistry (1993–2012)

2.2.1.4. The Trajectory of Dispersal Research in Conservation Biology. Systematic Review

2.2.1.5. Are Multi-criteria Decision Making Techniques Useful for Solving Corporate Finance Problems? A Bibliometric Analysis

2.2.1.6. The Development of Academic Research in Service Design: A Meta - Analysis

2.2.1.7. Are Multi-criteria Decision Making Techniques Useful for Solving Corporate Finance Problems? A Bibliometric Analysis

2.2.1.8. IBEROAMÉRICA EN LA CIENCIA DE CORRIENTE PRINCIPAL (THOMSON REUTERS/SCOPUS): UNA REGIÓN FRAGMENTADA

2.2.1.9. APOYO A LA SOLICITUD DEL DECANO DE LA FACULTAD DE PSICOLOGÍA EN RELACIÓN AL RECONOCIMIENTO DE LOS SEXENIOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN

2.2.1.10. Assessing Perceived Corporate Social Responsibility: A Literature Review

2.2.1.11. Analysing the terminology of integration in the water management field

2.2.1.12. Introduction to Research and Medical Literature for Health Professionals

2.2.1.13. Overview of the intellectual production of performance measurement in public management

2.2.1.14. A Review of Information and Communication Technology Enhanced Social Work Interventions

2.2.1.15. THE IMPACT OF ICTs ON THE PUBLIC SECTOR: THE CASE OF LITHUANIA

2.2.1.16. Analysis of Scholarly Communication Activities in Buddhism and Buddhist Studies

2.2.1.17. COMUNICACIÓN CORTA ANÁLISIS SOBRE EL FACTOR DE IMPACTO DE LAS REVISTAS CIENTÍFICAS EN BASES DE DATOS INTERNACIONALES

2.2.1.18. A systematic analysis of duplicate records in Scopus

2.2.1.19. A case study on public noise annoyance in relation to research trends on noise pollution

2.2.1.20. THE IMPACT OF CUSTOMERS' PERCEPTION OF CSR ON CORPORATE BRAND LOYALTY: THE CASE OF THE ROMANIAN MOBILE TELECOM INDUSTRY

2.2.1.21. National research impact indicators from Mendeley readers

2.2.1.22. Relationships between consumption, publication and impact in French universities in a value perspective: a bibliometric analysis

2.2.1.23. Comparing research investment to United Kingdom institutions and published outputs for tuberculosis, HIV and malaria: a systematic analysis across 1997–2013

2.2.1.24. An Investigation into the Status of Current E-Book Research Using Scopus and RISS Databases

2.2.1.25. Highly-cited papers in software engineering: The top-100

2.2.1.26. Project Management Knowledge Discovery in Kazakhstan: Co-Word Analysis of the Field

2.3. Does it Matter Which Citation Tool is Used to Compare the h-index of a Group of Highly Cited Researchers?

2.3.1. Cited By

2.3.1.1. Transtibial prosthesis suspension systems: Systematic review of literature

2.3.1.1.1. Transtibial prosthesis suspension systems: Systematic review of literature

2.3.1.2. A comparison of 17 author-level bibliometric indicators for researchers in Astronomy, Environmental Science, Philosophy and Public Health in Web of Science and Google Scholar

2.4. Introduction to the Research Tools Mind Map

2.4.1. Cited by

2.4.1.1. ﺻﻨﺪوق أدوات اﻟﺒﺤﺚ اﻟﻌﻠﻤﻲ ﺗﻌﺎرف ﻣﻦ اﻟﻮرﺷﺔ اﻟﮭﺪف

2.5. Effective Strategies for Increasing Citation Frequency

2.5.1. Cited by

2.5.1.1. Predicting citation counts of environmental modelling papers

2.5.1.2. Ethics of scientific publication: (Mal)-practices and Consequentialism

2.5.1.3. Relevant Data in the Rising Tide of Big Data: A Text-Mining Analysis in Construction Safety Index

2.5.1.4. Estudio bibliométrico de Pixel-bit, revista de medios y educación (2000-2013)

2.5.1.5. Bibliometric study of “Profesorado. Journal of curriculum and Teacher Education” (1997-2013)

2.5.1.6. Publicar (casi exclusivamente) en revistas de impacto

2.5.1.7. Your research footprint

2.5.1.8. A scientometrics review on aggregation operator research

2.6. CONTRIBUTION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN COUNTRY’S H-INDEX

2.6.1. Cited By

2.6.1.1. Colouring the socio-economic development into green: I-distance framework for countries’ welfare evaluation

2.6.1.2. TOWARDS A FRAMEWORK FOR ENHANCING R&D INDICATORS OF OECD COUNTRIES

2.6.1.3. From Information Society to Knowledge Society: The Asian Perspective

2.7. Maximize Visibility: A Way to Increase Citation Frequency

2.8. Relationship among Economic Growth, Internet Usage and Publication Productivity: Comparison among ASEAN and World’s Best Countries

2.9. Citation Frequency and Ethical Issue

2.10. Visibility and Citation Impact

2.10.1. Cited By

2.10.1.1. Revisiting the determinants of citation counts in scientific publication

2.10.1.2. What determines researchers’ scientific impact? A case study of Quebec researchers

2.10.1.3. E-visibility at Unisa

2.11. Ethical and Unethical Methods of Plagiarism Prevention in Academic Writing

2.11.1. Cited By

2.11.1.1. MOJIBAKE–The Rehearsal of Word Fragments In Verbal Recall

2.11.2. MAS a scalable framework for research effort evaluation by unsupervised machine learning-Hybrid plagiarism model

2.12. Equality of Google Scholar with Web of Science Citations: Case of Malaysian Engineering Highly Cited Papers

2.12.1. Cited By

2.12.1.1. Navigare nel mare di Scopus, Web of science e Google Scholar: L'avvio di una ricerca sulla vitalità delle discipline archivistiche e biblioteconomiche Italiane

2.12.1.2. Is Quality and Completeness of Reporting of Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses Published in High Impact Radiology Journals Associated with Citation Rates?

2.12.1.3. Are the most highly cited articles the ones that are the most downloaded? A bibliometric study of IRRODL

2.12.1.4. The Golden Age? What the 100 Most Cited Articles in Terrorism Studies Tell Us

2.13. Economic Growth and Internet Usage Impact on Publication Productivity Among ASEAN's and World's Best Universities

2.14. Does a Long Reference List Guarantee More Citations? Analysis of Malaysian Highly Cited and Review Papers

2.15. Modified Kardashian index (MK-index): A measure of discrepant social media profile for scientists

2.16. The Scientific Articles on Art Criticism

2.17. Effective Factors for Increasing University Publication and Citation Rate

2.18. 100 Most Cited Articles in Urban Green and Open Spaces: A Bibliometric Analysis

2.19. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of solar hydrogen generation literature from 2001 to 2014

2.19.1. Cited By

2.19.1.1. Design of 24 Hour Energy Generation from Renewable Energy

2.20. Physical Activity and Aging Research: A Bibliometric Analysis

3. "Virtual Teams will become as important as Web to companies" (Nader Ale Ebrahim)

4. Article that cited my papers (Before December 2011)

4.1. WORK TOGETHER… WHEN APART CHALLENGES AND WHAT IS NEED FOR EFFECTIVE VIRTUAL TEAMS

4.2. The Effects of Electronic Collaboration in Reducing Production Time: Product Design Process in SMEs

4.3. A Collaborative Model of Engineering Education for Complex Global Environments

4.4. Virtual Research Organization: Nature and Forms

4.5. Interdisciplinary Innovation for Biotechnology Organizations

4.6. Toward a Theoretical Concept of E-Collaboration through Project Management in SMEs for Reducing Time and Cost in New Product: A Review

4.7. Proposal of a Model for effective Management and Development of virtual Teams

4.8. VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE NETWORKS SOLUTIONS TO SUPPORT THE VIRTUAL TEAMS WORK

4.9. Managing virtual teams in multinational companies

4.10. VPN Solutions and Network Monitoring to Support Virtual Teams Work in Virtual Enterprises

4.11. The Performance of Technical Information Transfer in New Product Development

4.12. Effective leadership to manage virtual teams in multinational companies

4.13. Cooperation with suppliers as a source of innovation

4.14. Quality management model for small ancillaries: benchmarking customer's assessment criteria

4.15. Framework for Integrating Offshore Design Offices

4.16. EVALUATION OF VIRTUAL TEAMING TOOLS

4.16.1. References

4.17. University role in the development of future high-tech engineers

4.18. Introduction to Virtual Teaming

4.19. DYNAMIQUE DE COLLABORATION AU SEIN DES ÉQUIPES DISPERSÉES : LE CAS DES PROJETS D’INGÉNIERIE

4.20. A further editorial guideline for writing manuscript in the field of social science

4.21. A Conceptual Model for Development of New Product in SMEs by E-collaboration and Project Management

4.22. A Review of Literature on Reducing Time and Cost of New Product in SMEs through Project Management by E-Collaboration

4.23. GESTIÓN DE EQUIPOS VIRTUALES EN LAS ORGANIZACIONES LABORALES: ALGUNAS APORTACIONES DESDE LA INVESTIGACIÓN

4.24. Virtual Teams and Their Leaders: A Paradigm on Achieving Learning Agility

4.25. Drivers and impacts in the globalization of corporate R&D: an introduction based on the European experience

4.26. Management of Virtual Teams: Managerial and Organizational Perspective

4.27. Assessing mechanism for pre-development stage of new product development by stage-gate model

4.28. SEAN: Multi-ontology semantic annotation for highly accurate closed domains

4.29. Novel performance modelling in small and medium-sized enterprises in the pistachio industry

4.30. The Mind’s Eye on Personal Profiles How to inform trustworthiness assessments in virtual project teams

4.31. Návrh modelu Virtual Development Management System

4.32. Making Project Team Recommendations from Online Information Sources

4.33. An Exploration Study of Virtual Project Team Development Stages

4.34. Reducing Time and Cost of New Product Development in SMEs by E-Collaboration Through Project Management Approach

4.35. Knowledge Virtualization and Local. Connectedness among Smart High- tech Companies

4.36. Evolution of Globalised business R&D: Features, drivers, impacts

4.37. A proposed dynamic model for a lean roadmap

4.38. Use of Professional Accountants’ Advisory Services and its Impact on SME Performance in an Emerging Economy: A Resource-based View

4.39. Virtual Teaming, Green Team Organization

4.40. Fatores críticos de sucesso em processo de desenvolvimento de produtos: uma revisão da literatura

4.41. Sanal Takımlar: Etkin Liderlik Unsurlarına Derinlemesine Bir Bakış

4.42. Investigating the Adoption and Usage Patterns of Groupware in SMEs

4.43. Role of Tacit Knowledge Sharing: Entrepreneurial Orientation and Organizational Performance

4.44. Developing a model for evaluating and prioritizing of new product development strategies under fuzzy environment

4.45. Developing a Fuzzy model for assessment and selection of the best idea of new product development

4.46. THE COMPREHENSION OF PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT INDICATORS BY VIRTUAL TEAMS

4.47. The importance of project management in small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) for the development of new products through E-collaboration

4.48. Concurrent Engineering Based Vehicle Development Project Management

4.49. Innovation, Research and Technology Transfer for Mutual Advantage, Entrepreneurship and Collaborative Development in the Information Society

4.50. Global Online Meetings in Virtual Teams –from Media Choice to Interaction Negotiation

4.51. The Role of Project Manager in SMEs for Developing New Product by E-Collaboration

4.52. Outsourcing of Accounting Functions In The Context of Smes In Emerging Economies: Transaction Cost Economics Perspective

4.53. Establishing a New Digital/Virtual Product Development Process in Design Education

4.54. Trust as a Factor of Virtual Leadership – How Significant is it in Swedish Organisations?

4.55. Virtual Teams: An Evaluation and Look on the Critical Success Factors

5. White Paper/ Presentation cited my articles

5.1. Globalization and Virtual Organizations - Introduction to Virtual Organizations

5.2. Stage-Gate Model: Advantages And Disadvantages

5.3. Infosys – Coaching wielokulturowych zespołów wirtualnych. Studia przypadków.

5.3.1. Infosys - Coaching multicultural virtual teams. Case studies.

5.4. Coaching wielokulturowych zespołów wirtualnych

5.4.1. Coaching multicultural virtual teams

5.5. COMMUNICATION + VIRTUAL TEAMS

5.6. Virtual Teaming Technologies A COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION

5.7. Organizational Communication and Virtual Teams

5.8. Virtual Development Management System

5.9. Communication and virtual teams

5.10. Desenvolvimento de equipe: revisão da literatura para a proposição de um modelo genérico e estudo de caso em empresa de produtos hospitalares

5.11. Virtually There, Inc.

5.12. Globally Distributed Work

5.13. The band in cyberspace - a description of management practices in multicultural virtual teams Infosys

5.14. Developing Real Skills for Virtual Teams [White Paper]

5.15. Writing in and for Virtual Teams

5.16. Coaching wielokulturowych zespołów wirtualnych

5.17. Virtual Teaming - Blue team

5.18. Virtual Teaming - Green Team Organization

5.19. Literatūras izpēte un analīze

5.20. Collaboration Among Virtual Teams Using Wiggio

5.21. 3 Steps to Support Virtual Teams

5.21.1. Meena Dorr

5.21.2. Dawn Chuma

5.22. Organizational Behavior

5.23. Conflict Resolution in the Virtual Workplace

5.24. Developing Real Skills for Virtual Teams

5.25. Managing and Leading Virtual Teams

5.26. The internet and open innovation for small and medium-sized companies

5.27. Future competencies in the global work

5.28. Virtual Teams: a Literature Review – reviewed

5.29. Community Insights: Helping Community Leaders Enhance the Value of Enterprise Online Communities

5.30. Cited My "Research Tools" Papers

5.30.1. METHODS OF ASSESSMENT PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS RESEARCH-МЕТОДИЧНІ ЗАСАДИ ОЦІНКИ МІЖНАРОДНОЇ КОНКУРЕНТОСПРОМОЖНОСТІ ДОСЛІДНИЦЬКИХ

5.30.2. BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT-ЕКОНОМІКА ТА УПРАВЛІННЯ ПІІДПРИЄМСТВАМИ

5.30.3. How to achieve better visibility and increased citation index?

5.30.4. HOW TO INCREASE RESEARCH VISIBILITY

5.30.5. Projektrapport – Fördjupande studie av KTH:s publikationskultur med högre citering som mål

5.30.6. МЕТОДИЧНІ ЗАСАДИ ОЦІНКИ МІЖНАРОДНОЇ КОНКУРЕНТОСПРОМОЖНОСТІ ДОСЛІДНИЦЬКИХ УНІВЕРСИТЕТІВ

5.30.7. Effective Strategies for Increasing Citation Frequency

5.30.8. How do I get read and cited if I do not publish in elite-journals?

5.30.9. Como faço para que me leiam e me citem se não publico em elite-journals?

5.30.10. How scarcity affects Extension or why we should be giving it away

5.30.11. The Impact of Print Media and Wikipedia on Citation Rates of Academic Articles

5.30.12. Google Scholar Metrics: A New Tool for Faculty to Track Their Publication Citations

5.31. Team Project Organizational Tool

5.32. Community Insights: Helping Community Leaders Enhance the Value of Enterprise Online Communities

5.33. Virtual Team in New Product development

5.34. Communication Barriers in the Virtual Teams

5.35. Use of Virtual Teams Concept to Develop Virtual Student Chapters

5.36. Acknowledgment

5.36.1. ONLINE SOCIAL NETWORK SOLUTION IN TECHNOLOGY AREA FOR SYNERGETIC, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPING AND REVENUE GENERATION

5.36.2. Clinical implication of interface pressure for a new prosthetic suspension system

5.36.3. Transtibial prosthesis suspension systems: systematic review of literature

5.36.4. The effects of suction and pin/lock suspension systems on transtibial amputees' gait performance

5.36.5. Transfemoral Prosthesis Suspension Systems: A Systematic Review of the Literature

5.36.6. Gait Biomechanics of Individuals with Transtibial Amputation: Effect of Suspension System

5.36.7. New Research Tools Workshop

5.36.8. Satisfaction and problems experienced with transfemoral suspension systems: a comparison between common suction socket and seal-in liner

5.36.9. An experimental study of the interface pressure profile during level walking of a new suspension system for lower limb amputees

5.36.10. Transtibial prosthetic suspension: Less pistoning versus easy donning and doffing

5.36.11. Pistoning in transtibial prostheses-Seal-In x5 and Dermo liner

5.36.12. A comparison of pressure distributions between two types of sockets in a bulbous stump

5.37. The challenges of knowledge management in virtual teams

6. Translated my papers

6.1. Equipos virtuales de I&D en PYMES: repaso de la literartura

7. Wikipedia (Virtual team & team definitions) cited my papers

7.1. Virtual team

7.2. Team

8. Article that cited my papers (in 2012)

8.1. Virtual business operations, e-commerce & its significance and the case of Turkey: current situation and its potential

8.2. SME E-Cooperation: A Theoretical Team Contract Analysis Under Hidden Information

8.3. El papel del entrenamiento autoguiado en la relación entre el conflicto de tarea y la innovación en equipos virtuales

8.4. Concurrent Engineering Based Vehicle Development Project Management

8.5. Webcams In Virtual Teams: Perceptions Of Impact On Interactions And Effectiveness

8.6. Communication in the Workplace: Managers’ Perception on Productivity of Virtual Team compared to F2F Teams

8.7. A Review of Virtuality and Collaborative Networks

8.8. Towards A Theoretical Model Of The Impacts Of Incorporating Webcams In Virtual Teams

8.9. The Role of Project Manager in SMEs for Developing New Product by E-Collaboration

8.10. Key factors influencing organizational innovation in small rural food industries: Case study of Iran

8.11. Innovation, research, technology transfer for mutual advantage, entrepreneurship and collaborative development in the information society

8.12. Evaluation of domestic partner relationships and environmental uncertainty on degree of localization and performance of enterprises: The case of Iranian small and medium enterprises

8.13. ROTATOR Model: A Framework for Building Collaborative Virtual Workspaces

8.14. Managing virtual teams

8.15. Changing Skills in Changing Environments: Skills Needed in Virtual Construction Teams

8.16. Virtuelni timovi u telemedicini - VIRTUAL TEAMS IN TELEMEDICINE

8.17. Collaborative virtual environment for knowledge management: a new paradigm for distributed communications

8.18. Virtual Projects: Building the Bridge between Best Practices and Practiced Practices

8.19. Future Competences–Competences for New Ways of Working

8.20. Managing Geographically Dispersed Teams: From Temporary to Permanent Global Virtual Teams

8.21. Factors affecting the effectiveness and acceptance of electronic selection systems

8.22. VTMM - Virtual Team Maturity Model

8.23. A Framework for Leader Effectiveness in Virtual Teams

8.24. DEVELOPING A METHODOLOGY FOR ASSESSING VIRTUAL TEAMS PERFORMANCE PERCEPTION

8.25. THE COMPREHENSION OF PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT INDICATORS BY VIRTUAL TEAMS

8.26. A POSSIBLE APPROACH OF THE CULTURAL ASPECTS DIAGNOSIS IN COLLABORATIVE VIRTUAL TEAMS

8.27. Knowledge virtualization and local connectedness among young globalized high-tech companies

8.28. PROPOSIÇÃO DE UM MÉTODO DE DESENVOLVIMENTO DE EQUIPES A PARTIR DE UMA PERSPECTIVA MULTIDISCIPLINAR

8.29. New Perspectives of Virtual Teams’ Collaboration

8.30. Mobile phones: challenges of capability building

8.31. Role of Information Technology, Incentives, and Collaboration for Concurrent Teams

8.32. Commercialisation of new products developed in R&D for the green product

8.33. Linkage Formation and Knowledge Transfer Between American Foreign Firm and its SMEs: A Case Study in Penang

8.34. Incorporating Virtually Immersive Environments as a Collaborative Medium for Virtual Teaming

8.35. Workplace Innovation and Technological Change

8.36. Teams as a Process for Knowledge Management

8.37. Factors Affecting Virtual Team Works Collaboration: A Case Study in the Jordanian Royal Medical Services

8.38. Clima de equipo, virtualidad y rendimiento

8.39. Developing 21st Century Communicators

8.40. Endeavoring Innovation via Research and Development Management: A Case of Iranian Industrial Sector

8.41. Comparison Study of Some Collaborative Tools Use in Virtual Teams

8.42. Marketing and Design in Organisational New Product Development: Early Evidence From New Zealand Manufacturing Firms

8.43. PRODUCT INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL COLLABORATION: A COMBINED EFFECT ON SME GROWTH

8.44. Current and future perspectives in teaching manufacturing area to engineering students

8.45. Industrial product development process inspired by nature

8.46. Virtual teamworking and collaboration in occupational therapy: a paradox

8.47. Extent of Internet-based Technology Use in New Product Development Projects in Canada and the United States

8.48. Conceptualizing teamwork and group-work in architecture and related design disciplines

8.49. Do Government financial and tax policy affect SME’s growth?

8.50. Google analytics: Tips for micro-firms

8.51. An investigation into the management of geographically dispersed (virtual) engineering teams in the South African railway industry

8.52. Development of a knowledge-based assisted product design system

8.53. Supporting traditional management principles in a virtual work group setting

8.54. Towards an integrated approach for leading and managing transcultural virtual teams (Chapter )

9. List of Nader's publications

9.1. Munich Personal RePEc Archive

9.2. The publication list on Open J-Gate

9.3. List of Publication on PublicationsList

9.4. List of publications on ResearcherID

9.5. The publication list on Scopus

9.6. IDEAS

9.7. EconPapers is hosted by the Swedish Business School at Örebro University.

9.8. List of Publication on Academica

9.9. List of publications on getCITED

9.10. List of Publication on CiteULike

9.11. List of Publication on IEEE Xplore

9.12. Arnetminer

9.12.1. Nader

9.13. HAL - a multi-disciplinary open access archive

9.14. List of publications on Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

9.14.1. Virtual Teams: A Literature Review

9.14.1.1. ECONOMICS OF NETWORKS eJOURNAL - Vol. 1, No. 22: Dec 2, 2009

9.14.2. Innovation and R&D Activities in Virtual Team

9.14.2.1. ECONOMICS OF NETWORKS eJOURNAL - Vol. 1, No. 23: Dec 3, 2009

9.14.3. Virtual Teams for New Product Development: An Innovative Experience for R&D Engineers

9.14.3.1. ECONOMICS OF NETWORKS eJOURNAL - Vol. 1, No. 24: Dec 4, 2009

9.14.4. Modified Stage-Gate: A Conceptual Model of Virtual Product Development Process

9.14.5. Virtual R & D Teams in Small and Medium Enterprises: A Literature Review

9.14.6. SMEs; Virtual research and development (R&D) teams and new product development: A literature review

9.14.7. Work Together…When Apart Challenges and What is Need for Effective Virtual Teams

9.14.7.1. ECONOMICS OF NETWORKS eJOURNAL- Vol. 2, No. 118: Sep 30, 2010

9.14.8. Critical factors for new product developments in SMEs virtual team

9.14.8.1. ECONOMICS OF NETWORKS eJOURNAL-Vol. 2, No. 128: Oct 19, 2010

9.14.9. Virtual R&D teams and SMEs growth: A comparative study between Iranian and Malaysian SMEs

9.14.9.1. ECONOMICS OF NETWORKS eJOURNAL- Vol. 2, No. 127: Oct 18, 2010

9.14.10. The Effectiveness of Virtual R&D Teams in SMEs: Experiences of Malaysian SMEs

9.14.10.1. ECONOMICS OF NETWORKS eJOURNAL - Vol. 3, No. 8: Jan 14, 2011

9.14.11. Envisages of New Product Developments in Small and Medium Enterprises Through Virtual Team

9.14.11.1. ECONOMICS OF NETWORKS eJOURNAL - Vol. 3, No. 7: Jan 13, 2011

9.14.12. Virtual Teams: A New Opportunity to Develop a Business

9.14.12.1. ECONOMICS OF NETWORKS eJOURNAL - Vol. 3, No. 9: Jan 17, 2011

9.14.13. Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Iran: An Empirical Study Using Structural Equation Modelling

9.15. List of publications on CIVILICA®

9.15.1. English papers

9.15.1.1. Virtual R&D Teams: Innovation and Technology Facilitator

9.15.1.2. Virtual Teams and Management Challenges

9.15.1.3. Consideration of the virtual team work and disabled citizens, as promising opportunity providers for the e government infrastructure's formation

9.15.1.4. R&D Networking and value Creation in SMEs

9.15.1.5. Applying System Dynamics to Confront Complex Decision Making in R&D Systems

9.15.1.6. Literature, Principle and the basics of Network Value Creation in R&D: The relationship with economy

9.15.2. Persian (Farsi) papers

9.15.2.1. مزايا و چالشهاي سرمايه گذاري مخاطره پذير در بنگاههاي خرد و كوچك نوآور مستقر در مراكز رشد

9.15.2.2. نقش مديريت دانش در بنگاه هاي اقتصادي

9.15.2.3. نقش واحدهاي تحقيق و توسعه در روند جهاني شدن صنايع كشور با ابزار مديريت دانش

9.15.2.4. اتوبوس بين شهري سوپر هايدك بعنوان محصولي جديد از ايران خودرو ديزل همراه با دستاوردهاي نوين طراحي اتوبوس در ايران

9.15.2.5. بازار جهاني و صنعت لوازم خانگي ايران

9.15.2.6. بررسي فني - اقتصادي و زيست محيطي DME به عنوان سوخت آتي در موتورهاي ديزل

9.15.2.7. بررسي آلاينده ها و كارائي موتور گازسوز و اثرات زيست محيطي آن

9.15.2.8. بررسي انواع روشهاي ذخيره سازي گاز طبيعي در خودرو

9.15.2.9. تقسيم كار جهاني تحقيق و توسعه بستر توسعه پايدار و سودآور واحدهاي صنعتي ومعدني

9.15.2.10. سیستم هوشمند موتور گازسوز

9.15.2.11. دوركاري عاملي تأثيرگذار در جهاني شدن تحقيق و توسعه

9.15.2.12. حل عددي جريان آشفته سيال در منيفولد ورودي موتور انژكتوري درحالت سه بعدي بصورت دائم و گذرا بروش حجم محدود

9.15.2.13. بررسي روشهاي توليد انواع مخازن CNG براي استفاده در خودرو

9.16. List of my selected old publication

9.16.1. Knowledge Management in Iran

9.16.2. Virtual marketing in virtual enterprises

9.16.3. Virtual enterprises and their roles in economic justice and globalization

9.16.4. Analysis of Opportunities and Challenges for R&D Management....

9.16.5. R&D Management in Iran Opportunities and Threats

9.16.6. APPLYING SYSTEM DYNAMICS TO CONFRONT COMPLEX DECISION MAKING IN R&D SYSTEMS

9.16.7. R&D Production And Performance Of Heavy Duty CNG

9.16.8. انتقال حرارت توأم با تقطير بخار آب در مبدلهاي لوله – پره اي

9.16.8.1. Link

9.16.9. Demystifying the Legend of Resistance to Change

9.16.10. Virtual Marketing in Virtual Enterprises

9.16.11. The Role of TNCs in the Economic Development of the Developing Countries

9.16.12. R&D Management in Iran Opportunities and Threats -A Case Study

9.16.13. Heavy Duty Fleet and Transportation in Iran the Past, the Present Condition, the future perspectives and its interaction with Economy

9.16.14. The biggest experience to reduce environmental pollutants by substitute fuel CNG in the Middle East & the Middle Asia

9.16.15. Research, Development, Production and Performance of heavy duty CNG fleets in Iran

9.16.16. Heat transfer from humid air to a two-row direct expansion plate finned tube coils (DX) under condensing conditions

9.16.17. Globalization of R&D and Developing Countries

9.16.18. Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Iran: An Empirical Study Using Structural Equation Modelling

9.17. Conference Papers

9.17.1. Virtual Collaborative R&D Teams in Malaysia Manufacturing SMEs

9.17.2. Virtual R&D Teams: A potential growth of education-industry collaboration

9.17.3. The Effectiveness of Virtual R&D Teams in SMEs: Experiences of Malaysian SMEs

9.17.4. SMEs and Virtual R&D Teams: A Motive Channel for Relationship between SMEs

9.17.5. New Product Development in Virtual Environment

9.17.6. Consideration of the virtual team work and disabled citizens, as promising opportunity providers for the e government infrastructure's formation

9.17.7. A Conceptual Model of Virtual Product Development Process

9.17.8. Innovation Process is Facilitated in Virtual Environment of R&D Teams

9.17.9. Virtual Environments Innovation and R&D Activities: Management Challenges

9.17.10. Virtual R&D Teams: Innovation and Technology Facilitator

9.17.11. Virtual Teams and Management Challenges

9.17.12. Virtual Teams for NPD – an Innovative Experience for R&D Engineers

9.17.13. Virtuality, innovation and R&D activities

9.17.14. Concurrent Collaboration in Research and Development

9.17.15. Dealing with Virtual R&D Teams in New Product Development

9.17.16. Literature, Principle and the basics of Network Value Creation in R&D: The relationship with economy

9.17.17. R&D Networking and value Creation in SMEs

9.17.18. Virtual R&D Teams for NPD in SMEs: Past, Present and Future Trend

9.17.19. Virtual R&D Teams: a Sustainable Infrastructure for Promoting SMEs

9.17.20. Envisages of New Product Developments in Small and Medium Enterprises through Virtual Team

9.17.21. Virtual R&D team: Technology Transfer Facilitator

9.17.22. Benefits and Pitfalls of Virtual R&D Teams: An Empirical Study

9.17.23. SMEs: ERP or Virtual Collaboration Teams

9.17.24. Models for Component Commonality in Multistage Production

9.17.25. Process Construct in the Virtual R&D Teams

9.18. Journal Papers

9.18.1. Virtual Teams: A Literature Review

9.18.2. Innovation and R&D Activities in Virtual Team

9.18.3. Virtual Teams for New Product Development: An Innovative Experience for R&D Engineers

9.18.4. Modified Stage-Gate: A Conceptual Model of Virtual Product Development Process

9.18.5. Virtual R & D teams in small and medium enterprises: A literature review

9.18.6. SMEs; Virtual research and development (R&D) teams and new product development: A literature review

9.18.7. WORK TOGETHER… WHEN APART CHALLENGES AND WHAT IS NEED FOR EFFECTIVE VIRTUAL TEAMS

9.18.8. Virtual R&D teams and SMEs growth: A comparative study between Iranian and Malaysian SMEs

9.18.9. Critical factors for new product developments in SMEs virtual team

9.18.10. The Effectiveness of Virtual R&D Teams in SMEs: Experiences of Malaysian SMEs

9.18.11. DETERMINANTS OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN IRAN: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY USING STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELLING

9.18.12. Technology Use in the Virtual R&D Teams

9.18.13. Virtual Collaborative R&D Teams in Malaysia Manufacturing SMEs

9.18.14. Virtual R&D Teams: A potential growth of education-industry collaboration

9.18.15. Virtual Teams and Management Challenges

9.18.16. Effective virtual teams for new product development

9.18.17. Virtual R&D Teams: A New Model for Product Development

10. Links

10.1. Link to Research Tools

10.2. Socionet

10.3. Teaching Material

10.3.1. Writing in and for Virtual Teams

10.4. Nader won the second prize of the EPD 2010 challenge

10.5. Cited Old My papers

10.5.1. THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF A CNG CYLINDER RACK CONNECTION TO A BUS ROOF

10.6. My Web Site

11. Article that cited my papers (in 2013)

11.1. Multi-objective Simulated Annealing Algorithm for Partner Selection in Virtual Enterprises

11.2. Managing Virtual Teams

11.3. Community Insights: Helping Community Leaders Enhance the Value of Enterprise Online Communities

11.4. Global virtual engineering teams (GVETs): A fertile ground for research in Australian construction projects context

11.5. Organizational Citizenship Behaviour of Distributed Teams: A Study on the Mediating Effects of Organizational Justice in Software Organizations

11.6. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES SUPPORT FOR BUILDING TRUST IN VIRTUAL TEAMS

11.7. Online Decision-Making

11.8. Virtual collaboration: investigating the use of virtual world conferencing on multi-generational teams in the workplace

11.9. Establishing Trust in Critical Situations

11.10. Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Iran

11.11. Managing Matrixed, Dispersed Advisors in Virtual Universities

11.12. Understanding Knowledge Sharing in Open Source Software Project community: Perspectives of Individual Motivation, Virtual Community and Virtual Team

11.13. Realities of Virtual Teams: A Review of Literature

11.14. Virtual teams and blended learning

11.15. Adoption of Supply Chain Management in SMEs

11.16. The organization's role in global virtual team leaders' possibilities to successfully lead the team across its lifecycle

11.17. USER INVOLVEMENT IN DESIGNING A WEB-BASED SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR YOUR CARERS

11.18. Rethinking Organizing in the Social Web - the case of Wikipedia

11.19. Community Compare: Visually Comparing Communities for Online Community Leaders in the Enterprise

11.20. Exploring the characteristics of innovation alliances of Dutch Biotechnology SMEs and their policy implications

11.21. All for One

11.22. New Product Development and Design for Mass Customization using House of Quality Template

11.23. What is a virtual multidisciplinary team (vMDT)?

11.24. CHARACTERIZATION OF VIRTUAL PROJECT TEAMS FOR E-LEARNING COMMUNITIES

11.25. A Comparative Study of the Effect of Blogs and Email on Virtual Team Performance

11.26. Virtual teams versus face to face teams: A review of literature

11.27. Market Orientation, Government Regulation, Competitive Advantage and Internationalization of SMEs: A Study in Malaysia

11.28. Outline of a Process Model for Virtual Organisations: A Research Perspective

11.29. Decision Making Process Approach for Choosing the Adequate ICT Tool in Virtual Teams

11.30. By Design: Building Trust in Virtual Teams

11.31. Insights on individual's risk perception for risk assessment in web-based risk management tools

11.32. The people side of virtualisation

11.33. Motivation in Virtual Project Management: On the Challenges of Engaging Virtual Teams and the Features of Project Software

11.34. Interaktive soziometrische Prozesse zur Förderung der Effizienz virtueller Teams

11.35. Performance Evaluation for Global Virtual Teams (GVTs): Application of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA)

11.36. A Proposed Framework for Virtual Teams

11.37. "The conditions of working in a successful virtual team"

11.38. Teamwork as a service: design of a cloud-based system for enhancing teamwork performance in mobile learning

11.39. Individens arbetstillfredsställelse i virtuella team

11.40. Virtual worlds as digital workplaces: Conceptualizing the affordances of virtual worlds to expand the social and professional spheres in organizations

11.41. A Study of Virtual Value Management Workshop: Identifying Risks of Its Implementation

11.42. MOBILITY MATTERS

11.43. An examination of the factors influencing relationship building and performance in virtual R&D project teams

11.44. The development of trust in distributed teams

11.45. A conceptual meta-framework for managing multicultural global virtual teams

11.46. An examination of the factors influencing relationship building and performance in virtual R&D project teams

11.47. Mobility Matters: Technology, Telework, and the (Un)sustainable Consumption of Distance

11.48. The development of trust in distributed teams. A long shot? El desarrollo de la confianza en equipos distribuidos. ¿Una posibilidad remota?

11.49. Software project management in virtual teams

11.50. Study of Employee Attitudes towards Virtual Management in Small and Medium sized Enterprises: An Exploratory Data Analysis

11.51. Why do many firms still miss the competitive advantage of virtual teams?

11.52. Leadership e tecnologia nei team virtuali-Leadership and technology in virtual teams

11.53. Actualidad y perspectivas en la enseñanza del área de manufactura a estudiantes de ingeniería

11.54. Virtuaalinen asiakaspalvelu–soveltuvuus ja tuottavuushyödyt kuntaorganisaatiolle, Case: Oulun kaupunki VIRTUAL CUSTOMER SERVICE - APTITUDE AND PRODUCTIVITY GAINS municipal organizations CASE: City of OULU

11.55. Enhancing Team Performance Through Tool Use: How Critical Technology-Related Issues Influence the Performance of Virtual Project Teams

11.56. The influence of virtualization of resources acquisition processes on the enterprises competitiveness

11.57. A risk diagnosing methodology web-based tool for SME's and start-up enterprises

11.58. ICT Tools and Group Dynamics

11.59. The conditions of working in a successful virtual team

11.60. Co-sourcing in software development offshoring: A case study of risk perception and alleviation

11.61. Effects of a fishbone strategy on line balance efficiency

11.62. EMBRACING GREEN TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION THROUGH STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: A CASE OF AN AUTOMOTIVE COMPANY

11.63. O uso de algoritmos evolutivos para a formação de grupos na aprendizagem colaborativa no contexto corporativo The use of evolutionary algorithms for forming groups learning collaborative in the corporate context

11.64. Emergent leader detection and identification in a virtual team environment: A grounded theory study

11.65. Multiagent Systems as a Team Member

11.66. Improving virtual teams through knowledge management: A case study

11.67. Führen und führen lassen

11.68. Creating Value through Virtual Teams: A Current Literature Review

11.69. Product Virtuality and Firms' Performance in E-Commerce: A Transaction Cost Approach

11.70. Explore Linkage between Knowledge Management and Organizational Performance in Asian Food Manufacturing Industry

12. Article that cited my papers in 2014

12.1. Individual and Professional Development in the Digital Age: Towards a Conceptual Model of Virtual Worlds for Organizations

12.2. A framework for SaaS software packages evaluation and selection with virtual team and BOCR of analytic network process

12.3. A Study of Virtual Value Management Workshop: Identifying Risks of Its Implementation

12.4. Improving enterprise efficiency using IT collaboration systems

12.5. Determinants of foreign direct investment in Iran: assessing the standard factors

12.6. Goals and Perceived Success of Online Enterprise Communities: What Is Important to Leaders & Members?

12.7. Updating a credit-scoring model based on new attributes without realization of actual data

12.8. The application and impact of using virtual team in Middle East (case study)

12.9. Trust and Team Performance

12.10. Analysis Effective Factors in New product development Using ANP Method in an Automotive Industry (Saipa industrial company)

12.11. The impact of emergent virtual leadership competencies on team effectiveness

12.12. THE NATURE AND INFLUENCE OF RELATIONSHIP ON SUCCESS IN A VIRTUAL WORK ENVIRONMENT

12.13. Individual and professional development in the digital age: Towards a conceptual model of virtual worlds for organizations

12.14. Analysing and Ranking the Effective Factors for Developing a New Product in an Automotive Industry Using DEMATEL Method (Saipa company)

12.15. Explore Linkage between Knowledge Management and Organizational Performance in Asian Food Manufacturing Industry

12.16. The Relationships between Leadership Behaviors Team Learning and Performance among the Virtual Teams

12.17. How Much "Group" Is There in Online Group Work?

12.18. Putting on the thinking cap: Using NeuroIS to understand information processing biases in virtual teams

12.19. Towards organizing smart collaboration and enhancing teamwork performance: a GA-supported system oriented to mobile learning through cloud-based online course

12.20. Recommending Social Media Content to Community Owners

12.21. EQUIPES VIRTUAIS: UM ESTUDO DE CASO DE IMPLANTAÇÃO DE UM SISTEMA NA AMÉRICA LATINA

12.22. Equipes Virtuais de Projetos, Mobilidade do Trabalho eo Uso de Tecnologias de Informação Móveis: um Estudo Teórico Empírico

12.23. MANAGING EMPLOYEES IN A VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE

12.24. "Challenges of a Virtual Organisation: Empirical Evidence from Australian SMEs"

12.25. A Social Networking Website for AEC Projects

12.26. Multiagent systems as a team member

12.27. What about skills, tactics and practices of remote workers? Evidence and analyses

12.28. VIRTUAL AND COLLOCATED PROJECT TEAMS IMPACT ON PRODUCTIVITY IN MEDICAL DEVICE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

12.29. Factors Influencing Accounting Outsourcing Practices among SMEs in Pakistan Context: Transaction Cost Economics (TCE) and Resource-Based Views (RBV) Prospective

12.30. Communication management within virtual teams in global projects

12.31. UNDERSTANDING THE MEDIATING ROLE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN VIRTUAL TEAM CONFLICTS

12.32. A Review of Readiness Assessment of ERP Implementation in Iranian Small and Medium Enterprises

12.33. Facilitating Social Collaboration in Mobile Cloud-Based Learning: A Teamwork as a Service (TaaS) Approach

12.34. Onboarding in Open Source Projects

12.35. Collaborative Operating Environments in the Offshore Petroleum Sector: Solutions for Added Value in B2B Relationships

12.36. Exploring Creativity in Temporary Virtual Teams: The Case of Engineering Design.

12.37. Selected Success Factors of Virtual Teams: Literature Review and Suggestions for Future Research

12.38. Organizational Culture and Absorptive Capacity: The Meaning for SMEs

12.39. A Design Framework for Enhancing Virtual Team Learning

12.40. A framework for best practices in the functioning of effective virtual teams in organisations within the technology industry of South Africa

12.41. Prioritising Factors Influencing Service Quality at Durban University of Technology: AHP Approach

12.42. Revitalizing Infrastructure for Rural Growth and Sustainable Development

12.43. Collaborative and lean new product development approach: a case study in the automotive product design

12.44. Trust in Co-sourced Software Development

12.45. Virtual Team Performance in Crowdsourcing Contests: A Social Network Perspective

12.46. Virtual Teams [Guest editors' introduction]

12.47. Management Education Collaboration Networks

12.48. HARNESSING VIRTUAL TEAM PERFORMANCE BY MANAGING CONFLICT

12.49. Creating Effective Teams: A Guide for Members and Leaders

12.50. Führen und führen lassen, By Bernd Blessin, Alexander Wick

12.51. Putting on the Thinking Cap: Using NeuroIS to Understand Information Processing Biases in Virtual Teams

12.52. TRUST IN CO-SOURCED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

12.53. MANAGING EMPLOYEES IN A VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE

12.54. An exploration of effective leadership practice in virtual teams

12.55. Organizational culture and absorptive capacity: The meaning for SMEs

12.56. Organizational culture and absorptive capacity: The meaning for SMEs

12.57. Design and Evaluation of Mobile Learning from the Perspective of Cognitive Load Management

13. Cited in 2015

13.1. Bibliometric study of Pixel-bit, revista de medios y educación (2000-2013)

13.2. Fuzzy AHP approach in supplier selection

13.3. Teachers' Attitudes Toward Change: A Study in Malaysian High Performing Secondary School

13.4. The Psychology and Management of Project Teams: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

13.5. MOJIBAKE–The Rehearsal of Word Fragments In Verbal Recall

13.6. Is Quality and Completeness of Reporting of Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses Published in High Impact Radiology Journals Associated with Citation Rates?

13.7. Overview of the intellectual production of performance measurement in public management

13.8. Study of reasons for enterprise systems adoption among Indian organizations

13.9. Virtual Peer Teams: Connecting Students with the Online Work Environment

13.10. Multiple Team Membership and Team Boundaries in Virtual Teams: Correlations with Emotional and Cognitive States and Effects on Behavioural Outcomes

13.11. A Review of Information and Communication Technology Enhanced Social Work Interventions

13.12. Distributed Software Engineering in Collaborative Research Projects

13.13. MAS a scalable framework for research effort evaluation by unsupervised machine learning-Hybrid plagiarism model

13.14. A qualitative analysis of product innovation in Jordan's pharmaceutical sector

13.15. An Evaluation of JavaScript as a Virtual Teambuilding Enabler using Draught

13.16. Building a bridge between 'New Ways of Working' and teamwork behavior

13.17. Knowledge Exploration and Exploitation in “Virtual Teams” by using the concept of “Fractal organization”

13.18. VIRTUAL TEAM INTERACTIONS: DO THEY HELP OR HINDER INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION?

13.19. How Can Software Development Companies Build Engagement to Common Goals Among Globally Dispersed Teams?

13.20. Communication in Global Entrepreneurial Virtual Teams: A Systematic Literature Review

13.21. The Effect of Innovation Types on the Performance of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis

13.22. Relationship between Innovations and Enterprise Growth Among Small and Medium Electrical Machinery Enterprises in Kenya 

13.23. The Influence of Intuitive Style on the Effect of Conflict on NPD Team Performance

13.24. The Conceptual Role of Cyber Systems in Virtual R&D

13.25. Customer expectations and service delivery: Are sme’s aware of the service quality standards gap?

13.26. The Work Identity of Virtual Workers: A Phenomenological Exploration and Virtual Research Design

13.27. Global Projects: A Conceptual Review on Execution Attitude in Multinational Corporations

13.28. Social Software for Product Development - Explorative Study on Influencing Factors and related Challenges

13.29. Factors and influences of effective virtual team performance

13.30. Building high performance teams in virtual organisations

13.31. Dynamic Virtual Teams in Project Management

13.32. How team leaders can improve virtual team collaboration through trust and ICT: A conceptual model proposition

13.33. THE IMPACT OF CUSTOMERS' PERCEPTION OF CSR ON CORPORATE BRAND LOYALTY: THE CASE OF THE ROMANIAN MOBILE TELECOM INDUSTRY

13.34. Virtual R&D Project Teams: From E-Leadership To Performance

13.35. Strengthening Deeper Learning Through Virtual Teams in e-Learning: A Synthesis of Determinants and Best Practices

13.36. Collaborative Virtual Classroom A perspective view of a Collaborative Virtual Classroom via Google App Engine

13.37. The challenges of knowledge management in virtual teams - Wyzwania zarządzania wiedzą w zespołach wirtualnych

13.38. Prerequisites to the on-boarding of effective virtual teams

13.39. Communication across Spatially Dispersed Teams

13.40. Effects of learning orientation and global mindset on virtual team members' willingness to cooperate in: The mediating role of self-efficacy

13.41. Can we predict citation counts of environmental modelling papers?

13.42. Innovation in a Geographically Distributed Environment: Interrelationship of Organisational Learning and Knowledge Management

13.43. Virtual Teams: Human Resources’ technology preferences for better communication, increased trust and performance.

13.44. Enterprise systems: Are we ready for future sustainable cities

13.45. Virtual Marketing in Virtual Enterprises in Current Globalised Market

14. Cited in 2016

14.1. The component commonality problem in a real multidimensional space: An algorithmic approach