PhD in Information Technology Management; Iranian Research Institute for Information Science and Technology
Morteza Nabi-Meybodi received his BSc degree in Industrial Engineering from Yazd University, and his MSc degree in Information Technology (IT) Management from Tarbiat Modares University. Currently, he is a PhD candidate in IT Management at Iranian Research Institute for Information Science and Technology (IranDoc) and works as a researcher in the field of IT Management. His main research interests are information technology management, Web 2.0 and social network sites, and knowledge and wisdom management.
2012 - 2018 PhD in Information Technology Management . Iranian Research Institute for Information Science and Technology رساله: Investigating and constructing a model of the key factors affecting the success of professional - specialized social network sites in Iran: The case of ANJOMAN با راهنمایی Sirous Alidousti
2008 - 2011 Master of Information Technology Management . Tarbiat Modares University
Conceptualization of online social networks success factors from user and policymaker perspective: An analytical study Quarterly socio-cultural strategy journal Morteza Nabi-Meybodi، Sirous Alidousti 2017؛ 6 (22) : 49-81
New Paradigm, New Power: The Role of Social Networks and Social Media in Organizations Morteza Nabi-Meybodi، Behrooz Rasuli، Sirous Alidousti The 3rd European Conference on Social Media (ECSM2016) 2016؛ Caen
A Mixed Methods Research Scheme for Identifying the Contextual Success Factors of Social Network Sites Morteza Nabi-Meybodi، Sirous Alidousti The 2nd European Conference on Social Media (ECSM) 2015؛ Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal
Proposal PhD in
استاد راهنما:Dr. Sirous Alidousti
Purpose: The expansion of social network sites towards more specialized and professional spaces has increased their popularity among the academics and researchers. In spite of the importance of these networks in building and displaying reputation and expanding scientific and research activities, literature review shows that the concept and success factors of these networks have not been studied much. Most studies on social networks were based on previous models and theories, quantitative approaches, surveys, and in the context of general networks. However, not much has...