Document Type : Research Paper

Authors

1 هیات علمی دانشکده مدیریت دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی کرج

2 VP of R&D

Abstract

Nowadays, choosing the right strategy is one of the most important factors in promoting and preventing the loss of company capital. Achieving an integrated system that takes into account the conditions for selecting different strategies is essential for any company considering all the effective variables and key factors. In this paper, using previous studies in the field of technology strategies and corporate behavior, we have attempted to develop a model to provide appropriate technology strategy choices based on key effective components such as appropriability, opportunity, accumulation and implication of knowledge, and by integrating technology strategies and corporate behavior.
The results of the examination of the balance between basic technologies and Freeman's technology strategies, in a table named the concordance table, are extracted and categorized and integrated on the basis of common components with the corporate behavior table. The resulting integrated table includes different modes of business environment and is used as the external factors of the company, and the absorption and leakage coefficients are considered as internal ones in the Fuzzy analysis in the FIS system; thus the fuzzy model of choosing the appropriate technology strategy of the company is developed. Finally, it is validated using a numerical example of the proposed model.

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