Intellectual Capital and Market Performance: Testing the Mediating Mechanism of Organizational Learning
Journal of Managerial Sciences, Volume XI, Number 2
20 Pages Posted: 29 Mar 2018
Date Written: December 30, 2017
The aim of this paper is to investigate the interrelationship among intellectual capital, organizational learning capability and market performance in banking sector of Pakistan. Moreover, it also examines the mediating role of organizational learning capability in intellectual capital and market performance relationship. The primary data was collected from 263 branches of 22 public and private scheduled banks operating in Pakistan. The structural equation modeling results reveal that both intellectual capital and organizational learning capability enhances the market performance. The mediating role of organizational learning capability among intellectual capital and market performance is fully supported. The study has implications for both academicians and practitioners. Theoretically, it contributes in literature by providing a mechanism through which intellectual capital may be translated into market performance. From managerial perspective, this study proposes that the top management of banking sector can enhance their market performance if they use their resources for learning capability along with intellectual capital.
Keywords: intellectual capital, market performance, organizational learning capability, banking sector and Pakistan
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