The Impact of Knowledge-Based Human Resource Management Procedures on Intellectual Capital and Innovation
This paper aims to investigate the impact of knowledge-based human resource management (HRM) procedures on intellectual capital and innovation. A descriptive-correlative method is proposed then. The statistical society included all managers and experts of small and medium enterprises of Ghazvin province in Iran. The sample size is set to 384 and analyzed concordant with Cochran formula. The findings of the correlation analysis and pattern of structural equations between variables prove that knowledge-based HRM procedures are influential on innovation. Knowledge-based HRM procedures are also proved to be influential on structural, relational and human capital. Furthermore, it is demonstrated that Knowledge-based HRM procedures are influential on innovation when all of these capitals play the role of intermediate items.
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