عنوان مقاله [English]
This study aimed to examine the key success factors in the implementation of the industrial cluster development in the country. Study sample size was 107 individuals randomly chosen from the population of these regions. The sample was calculated by using Cochran formula. Instruments included a questionnaire which its face validity was confirmed by a panel of experts and experienced instructors. The reliability of the four items of the questionnaire was 78.1%, 88.1%, 72.3% and 80.6%, respectively. Data from the completed questionnaires, using Win/SPSS version 21 of the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test statistics, descriptive and analytical statistics to assess the normality of the data, a Friedman test to rank the items in the single-sample t-test comparison was used to test the hypotheses and answer questions. Results showed that the variables associated with the cluster development agent, broker organizations and support institutions, business environment and development of clusters of clusters with the successful implementation of development programs is a positive and significant correlation. These variables can affect the success of the development of industrial clusters. These factors have also been linked to prioritize items. It was found that no matter how the scales will rise above and be evaluated from the perspective of people over the clusters will also increase the success rate of development.
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