Analysis of the impact of social capital and knowledge management on organizational Innovation (Kharazmi University Staff)
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Introduction: Social capital by facilitating the combination and exchange The knowledge resources as well as providing conditions The need to build trust and interaction among members of Organization, the development of knowledge management, and improvement of Organization innovation. The impact of social capital with and organizational innovation is attention to this investigation. The population of the study to form Kharazmi University Staff. The aim of the present study, the application and the Method correlation collection tool Information through a questionnaire. The Questionnaire of social capital "Nahapiet and Goshal” knowledge management of Neumann and the Organizational innovation was used Justifiability Content, convergent, divergent, and reliability) factor loading coefficient Composite reliability, Cronbach's alpha coefficient (questionnaires indicated that measurement tools have good validity and reliability. Result: The results of the test SMART-PLS software assumptions and using statistics T-test and the path coefficients (β) showed variable social capital on knowledge management is significant and strong impact. Knowledge management on organizational innovation is weak in significant effect, as well as social capital on organizational innovation is weak In Significant impact. Social capital can be managed as a moderating variable Increase Positive effect of knowledge management on organizational innovation.
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