Projects Management Addressed to Iranian Government (A case study) Malek Hassanpour

M Hassanpour

Abstract


Iranian Government has a unique opportunity to recede many existing difficulties and achieve to promoted productivity, paving the way for a competitive and co-adaptive developments in running and managing major complex projects. Present study was a combination of literature review, existing research reports and hierarchical distance-based fuzzy approach in order to manage projects addressed to Iranian government as a case study that comprises road and building construction, nuclear power, used oil and petroleum industries, new technologies (Nano and plasma), industries and waste management projects. Underpinning existing trend among frameworks of projects revealed some weakness points to lead the Iranian government for reliable establishment and implementation of projects such as resources and partnership management, lack of trust, technology replacement, deficiency of science, technology and additives promotions and change in the attitude respectively. The evaluation based on hierarchical fuzzy logic revealed the priority for diamond deposition reactors comprising HFP = MW ˃ Glow ˃ Laser ˃ AC ˃ Plasmatron ˃ DC ˃ Flame respectively. Therefore, Iranian government needs to employ a buttressed support in implementation of the plasma plants via applying nuclear power energy to reclaim and promote additives and products of industries, redesign and reproduction processes, QFD and other developing sectors.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26689/pbes.v1i2.485

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