Pathology of the organization's intellectual capital (Case Study of Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences staff)
Journal of Clinical Research in Paramedical Sciences: December 20, 2016, 5 (3); e81541
October 20, 2016
Article Type: Research Article
April 14, 2016
August 16, 2016
R , Veismoradi
A , Dastanbou
F . Pathology of the organization's intellectual capital (Case Study of Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences staff),
J Clin Res Paramed Sci.
Introduction: More than physical capital, ideas are the sources of power and wealth and intellectual capital and intangible non-financial criteria are included, the value defines the organization.
Methods: This study was descriptive survey and collect data in a standardized questionnaire Bontis intellectual capital is used. For data analysis, correlation analysis using SPSS statistical software was used. In order to investigate the relationships between the dimensions of intellectual capital, path analysis (path analysis) is recommended.
Results: The results showed that all three intellectual capital dimensions above-average and human capital (4.2) structural capital (4.1) and relational capital (3.85) to be allocated to the largest. All relationships between the three dimensions of the concept is meaningful .This means that in addition to the direct impact of human capital, structural capital and relational capital (0.81 and 0.64), other indirect relationship between human capital and structural capital and relational capital(1.36) is expected mediator.
Conclusion: The survey showed that the dimensions of intellectual capital at the University of Medical Sciences in good condition and the relational capital, which represents the external interactive way needs more attention . There is a meaningful difference between average employee comments , except in career record .The relations between the dimensions of intellectual capital is meaningful, and human capital factor is the most important impact in the conceptual model.
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