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Journal:   IRANIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC POLICY IN MANAGEMENT   fall 2018 , Volume 9 , Number 31 #l00547; Page(s) 95 To 112.

Impact of Knowledge-Based Human Resource Management Policies on Innovation Performance and Intellectual Capital (Case Study: National Oil Products Distribution Company-Golestan Region)

Author(s):  Vaziri Shamim, FARHADI MAHALI ALI*
* Department of Management, Gorgan Azad University, Gorgan, Iran
Background: The organization's ability to create value is dependent on the process of innovation, intellectual resources, and the creativity of human resources (intellectual property). The success of any organization requires more capital than it is dependent on the value of natural resources. In fact, today knowledge has become an asset and advantage that organizations can achieve in their interest in gaining access to others in terms of globalization of the economy. Purpose: The purpose of this applied research is to investigate the effect of knowledge-based human resource management on innovation performance with the mediating role of intellectual capital dimensions. Method: The research method was descriptive survey and correlation. The statistical population consisted of all employees of the national company for distribution of petroleum products in Golestan province, numbering 274 people. The sample size was determined by 180 Morgan table. For measuring and testing variables, the questionnaire was administered by Governor Kianto et al. They were distributed by stratified random sampling method. The content of the questionnaires was validated through the Cronbach Alpha coefficient, which was reported to be higher than 0. 7 for all three variables, followed by the data by structural equation modeling (SEM) was analyzed usingSmart-PLS software. Finding and Results: From data analysis, it can be concluded that knowledge-based human resource management has a significant effect on the dimensions of intellectual capital, as well as human capital has a significant effect on communication and communication capital on innovation performance, between knowledge-based human resource management and performance Innovation has a significant relationship and human capital has a significant effect on innovation performance with the mediating role of communication capital. Knowledge-based human resource management has a significant impact on capital as a mediator of human capital
Keyword(s): Knowledge-based Human Resource Management,Intellectual Capital,Innovation Performance
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