• Lagzian, M, Alavi, M. Najafi, M. (2011). The Efficient Board of Director, Principles, Structures and Functions, Behnashr Publication, Mashhad, Iran
• Lagzian, M. Kazemi, H. (2008). 30 Reasons Employees Hate Their Managers (2007) Bruce L Katcher & Adam Snyder (Translation to Persian).

Journal Papers:
• Lagzian, M, Mortazavi, S., Kazemi,H. (2011) Disclosure of E-government Planners’ Perception on Information Transparency, Information Sciences & Technology Journal, (Forthcoming).
• Lagzian, M, Malekzadeh, R (2011) An Investigation of the Relationship between the Organization Readiness for Change and Dimensions of Learning Organization: A Case study of Khorasan Science & Technology Park, Management Perspective Journal, (Forthcoming).
• Lagzian, M, Dehghani. J, (2010) An Empirical Study on the Factors Influencing Information Technology Utilization in Supply Chain Management: The case of Yazd's Tile industry, Knowledge &Technology Journal, No2.Vol.1.
• Lagzian, M, Alavi, M. Najafi, M. (2009). An Investigation on the Factors Affecting Information Technologies (IT) utilizing and Their Impacts on Boards' Performance, Knowledge & Development Journal. No.27. Vol.16.
• Lagzian, M, Mortazavi, S., Kazemi, H. (2008) A Conceptual Model to Identify the Organizational Relationships and Appropriate Control Mechanisms, Management Perspective Journal, No.28, Vol. 7.
• Lagzian, M, Alavi, M. Najafi, M. (2009) From "Learning" to "Teaching – Learning" Board of Directors, Journal of Management & Development, No.42, Vol.11


• Lagzian, M. and T. Wood-Harper (2004). An analysis of the literature to identify the barriers and drivers for successful E-government development. IRCE 2004, UMIST, Manchester, UK.
• Lagzian, M. and T. Wood-Harper (2004). E-government: A Mechanism to promote E-commerce development. International Conference on E-commerce: Opportunities and Threats in Iran's Economy, Iran.
• Lagzian, M. and T. Wood-Harper (2005). System thinking as a catalyst for E-government development. UKSS 9th International Conference, Managing Complexity - The Contributions of Systems Thinking and Practice, Oxford University, UK. (PhD Best Paper, awarded by the UK Systems Society Conference).
• Lagzian, M. and T. Wood-Harper (2005). Understanding of Key Concerns of Implementing E-government in Public Sector Organizations. IRCE2005, University of Leeds, UK.
• Lagzian, M. and T. Wood-Harper (2006). Barriers of E-government Development: An Iranian case study. egov Asia 2006 Conference, Thailand, Bangkok.
• Lagzian, M. and T. Wood-Harper (2006). e-Government development: Visible and invisible barriers. egov, the e-Government magazine for Asia and the Middle East. Noida, India. 11: 28-31.
• Lagzian, M. and T. Wood-Harper (2006). From The Traditional Bureaucratic Paradigm to E-Government: Visible and Invisible Barriers. The 6th IBIMA International Conference on Managing Information in Digital Economy, Bonn, Germany.
• Lagzian, M. (2007) A diagnostic framework to identify the major challenges in transition from a traditional government to e-government. The 1st International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance - ICEGOV2007, Macao, China