ARTYKUŁ ORYGINALNY
Badanie wpływu zarządzania kapitałem intelektualnym na innowacyjność w instytucie badawczo-rozwojowym
 
 
 
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National University for Political Sciences and Public Administration (SNSPA), Bucharest, Romania
Data publikacji online: 16-12-2022
Data publikacji: 16-12-2022
 
NSZ 2022;17(4):49–66
 
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Literatura badająca empirycznie związek pomiędzy zarządzaniem kapitałem intelektualnym a innowacyjnością w instytucjach B+R jest nieliczna. Ponadto nie znaleziono żadnych źródeł pozwalających rozszerzyć analizę o orientację technologiczną jako strategiczne podejście do rozwijania zdolności innowacyjnych. Niniejsze badanie opiera się na teoretycznych przesłankach spojrzenia na przedsiębiorstwo, opartych na kapitale intelektualnym oraz na dynamicznym spojrzeniu na możliwości. Artykuł dotyczy luki badawczej, podejmuje próbę zbadania wpływu zarządzania kapitałem intelektualnym na innowacyjność w instytucie B+R, z uwzględnieniem związku z orientacją technologiczną. Proponuje się, aby zarządzanie kapitałem intelektualnym przez jego składowe, takie jak kapitał ludzki, strukturalny i relacyjny, pozytywnie wpływało na innowacyjność instytutu B+R. Ponadto stawia się hipotezę, że kapitał ludzki i innowacyjność pozytywnie wpływają na innowacyjność instytutu B+R. W badaniu wykorzystano analizę PLS-SEM na danych zebranych na próbie (N = 61) pracowników instytutu badawczo-rozwojowego. Dane pozyskano za pomocą kwestionariusza mierzącego zarządzanie kapitałem intelektualnym przez komponenty kapitału ludzkiego, strukturalnego i relacyjnego, oraz innowacyjność, a także orientację technologiczną. Wyniki potwierdzają znaczący bezpośredni wpływ kapitału strukturalnego i relacyjnego na innowacyjność, a także pozytywny bezpośredni wpływ kapitału ludzkiego oraz innowacyjności na orientację technologiczną. Badania te stanowią oryginalny wkład do literatury naukowej, dostarczając nowych dowodów dotyczących związków między zarządzaniem kapitałem intelektualnym, innowacyjnością i orientacją technologiczną w instytucie badawczo-rozwojowym w Europie Wschodniej.
 
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