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Leila Mirasadollah Lajrod, Zahra Alipour Darvish,
Volume 1, Issue 29 (10-2014)

One of the most important resources for any organization, competitiveness and innovation, knowledge management and knowledge sharing in the organization and the process is correct. Despite the importance knowledge sharing, manpower agencies may refrain from doing it. That's why one of the key challenges in knowledge management is how organizations can encourage employees to share their knowledge and to motivate them. This paper seeks to examine the institutional factors
(organizational culture, Structure , organizational support, perceived, the competences technology, methods for motivating, Control Head) knowledge sharing within group and administration building of the Central Bank export of Tehran as a case study , this study selected after reviewing the literature , the definitions and concepts , research has indicated . library and field research methodology and questionnaire and the factors influencing knowledge sharing , to 290 employees and experts of the
distribution of the results stratified random sampling is obtained . In this study, we analyze with, SEM & CFA of software SPSS and Lisrell. Research findings show that organizational structures have the greatest impact on knowledge sharing, have espectively: controlled, then the head, using motivational, technological capabilities, understanding and supportive corporate culture, followed last level. Within the guidelines for the shortcomings in the organization to improve BSI will be presented

Dr Ramin Habibi Kaleybar, Dr Abolfazl Farid, Mrs Fatemeh Alipour,
Volume 11, Issue 45 (12-2022)

The aim of this study was to find out the experiences of Z generation undergraduate students who had high resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic. The method of the present study was qualitative and phenomenological. A semi-structured interview was conducted with 8 female students of Tabriz Farhangian University who were studying in the academic year 1400-1401 and were purposefully selected. Recorded interviews were recorded in writing and analyzed using a seven-step Colaizzi method. Analysis of students' lived experiences led to the identification, classification and extraction of the main categories of "individual factors", "social factors" and "environmental factors". In addition to the main categories mentioned, sub-categories of individual factors including emotion regulation skills, positive psychological constructs (optimism, hope and determination), self-regulation skills, strong religious beliefs, realism and lack of perfectionism, application of problem-solving skills, flexibility, meaning in life and social factors (interpersonal relationships) including social support of family and friends , maintaining relationships through social networks, observational learning and alternative experiences, and finally environmental factors (infrastructure and facilities) including experiencing difficult conditions and lack of facilities, previous positive experiences Extracted in schools and other institutions. The findings of this study could provide a clear picture of the factors affecting the improvement and promotion of resilience
Mr Seyed Qasem Mosleh, Ph.d. Abolfazl Farid, Ms Fatemeh Alipour,
Volume 11, Issue 45 (12-2022)

The main objective of this study was to synthesize the findings of different studies and gain a general understanding of the effectiveness of psychological interventions on academic procrastination. The study population consisted of available full-text Articles, dissertations, and research projects published from 2011 to 2021 in quarterly publications and scientific research journals. Based on inclusion and exclusion criteria and sensitivity analysis, 136 effect sizes from 83 initial studies were analyzed using CMA2 software. The results revealed a statistically significant combined effect size for both fixed and random effect models, and the combined effect size for the random-effects model based on Cohen's criterion was large (ES = 1.47). In reducing academic procrastination, the findings indicated a high effect of self-regulation intervention compared to other interventions. Also, examining the variables of gender and educational level of the learners as moderating variables in the research showed that the gender of the subjects had no effect on the effectiveness of the psychological interventions, and the efficacy of interventions had a significant difference in the educational levels. This research has implications for therapists and counselors in line with the effectiveness of psychological interventions, especially the training of self-regulation components, to improve students' academic procrastination by providing programs.
Mr Seyed Alireza Ghasemi, Dr Mohsen Ayati, Mr Mahdi Salarsadeghi, Mr Mohammad Alipour, Mrs Minoo Miri,
Volume 12, Issue 46 (9-2023)

The purpose of the current research was to identify and investigate the challenges of sex education and in a systematic way by searching keywords including challenge, problem and problem along with the word sex education or sex education in reliable scientific databases including: Google Scholar, PubMed, Taylor & Francis Online, Springer, Eric, Science direct, Elsevier, Scopus, SID and Magiran, in the period from January 2018 to October 2022 in English journals and also from April 2016 to March 1401 in Persian journals. Finally, 9 Persian articles and 6 English articles were reviewed. The most important challenges obtained were educational and content challenges, policy challenges  and upstream documents, family challenges, individual and social challenges, as well as the challenge of training an efficient workforce. Therefore, in line with sexual education, a comprehensive and strategic program should be designed and compiled by an expert curriculum planning team, and then, in accordance with it, training human resources specialized in this field should be carried out.
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