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Intellectual Capital and organizational learning capability

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Author(s): S. Khayat Moghadam | M. R. Zabihi | M. Kargaran | A. Hakimzadeh

Journal: Journal of Soft Computing and Applications
ISSN 2195-576X

Volume: 2013;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Intellectual capital | Organizational learning capability"/>

ABSTRACT
In knowledge-based economy, intellectual capital is used in order to create and increase enterprise value and the success of an organization depends on its ability to manage this scarce resource. In addition, one of the important features of an organization that can assist in the creation and sharing of knowledge and compared to other organizations creates them sustainable competitive advantage, is the organizational learning capability. The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between intellectual capital and organizational learning capability (OLC). Data were collected from Khorasan Razavi Regional Water Autoraty and the research data was collected through questionnaires. Statistical sample size is considered equal to 150, validity of questionnaires was examined by Cronbach's alpha and results are generated by structural equations model (SME) method. Results show that human capital and structural capital have a significant relationship with organizational learning capability but there is not significant relationship between relational capital with organizational learning capability. Human capital is the greatest factor among these three types of intellectual capital in governmental organization. This study also provides managerial implications and limitations to data collection.
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