How Learning Organization Supports the Intellectual Capital Field Study at Jordanian Banks

Hamdan Hasan Al-Onizat

Abstract


The purpose of this paper is to investigate empirically the relation between the learning organization and intellectual capital. Correlation analysis and regression analysis was conducted with a sample of the main banks in Jordan. The application of this study was limited to employees in the Jordanian banking industry in 2010, and the results of this study on the implications of validity and reliability of the tools in the study used. The results support the hypothesis that learning organization has a positive impact on banks intellectual capital. The results extend the understanding of the role of organizational learning in creating intellectual capital and building sustainable advantages for banks in emerging economies, where different technological advancements may bring different implications for valuation of intellectual capital.



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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v4i3.1894

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