The Role of Organizational Culture in Intellectual Capital: A Case Study of Salahuddin University-Erbil

Galawezh Jameel Abbas

Abstract


This paper's purpose is to examine the role of organizational culture on intellectual capital as a case study conducted at Salahaddin University colleges in Erbil. That represented in all 14 colleges in Erbil, then distributing (88) questionnaire forms on the respondents, (82) valid form were obtained for analysis. So, the method adopted by the research is to identify the research problem by asking several questions centered on the nature of the relationship and effect between the research variables. Although a conceptual scheme designed to establish and test the research hypotheses through a range of statistical tests. However, a descriptive analytical method was used to reach the research results. Hence, Spearman correlation and multiple regression analysis respectively applied in order to determine the degree of the relationship and prediction of intellectual capital. As a result, this paper reached some conclusions, most notably presence the importance of the organizational culture and intellectual capital components. Moreover, the results showed that the organizational culture and it is components have an essential relationship in forming intellectual capital. Besides, the study found the organizational culture effect on intellectual capital.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/wjbm.v5i2.15700

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