The Intellectual Capital Investment and its Impact on Organizational Innovation: An Empirical Study on Jordanian Industrial Public Shareholding Listed Companies (JIPSLC)

Moayyad A. Al-Fawaeer

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to investigate empirically the impact of the intellectual capital investment on
organizational innovation in Jordanian industrial public shareholding listed companies (JIPSLC). Correlation
analysis and regression analysis was conducted. The application of this study was limited to managers and
deputy managers in (JIPSLC) in 2012, and the result of this study on the implications of validity and reliability
of the tools in the study was used. The result support the hypothesis that the positive relation between intellectual
capital investment, and organizational innovation. The results extend the understanding of the role of IC in
creating organizational innovation and building competitive advantage for (JIPSLC). Some guidelines are
offered about issues related to IC, which should be taken into account in order to increase organizational
innovation within (JIPSLC).

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v6n10p119

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