The Moderate Role of the Perceived Orientation of Information Technology in the Relationship between Human Capital and Organizational Innovation Mediating Orientations to Learning: Literature Review

Authors

  • Mustafa Khudhair Hussein IMAM A'ADHUM UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, IRAQ
  • Ruaa Basil Noori Al-tekreeti Ph.D. Candidate, Management Dept., Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax (FSEGS), University of Sfax, TUNSIA.
  • Mohammed Faez Hasan Associated Prof. of Finance, Financial and Banking Sciences Dept., University of Kerbala, Iraq. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4579-3214
  • Hakeem Hammood Flayyih Associate Professor at Department of accounting, College of Administration and Economics, University of Baghdad, Iraq. https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0615-0854

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55270/ijebs.v4i1.14

Keywords:

Information Technology, Human Capital, Organizational Innovation, learning

Abstract

The study focuses on investigating the moderate role of the Perceived Orientation of Information Technology (POIT) in the association of organizational innovation and human capital through the dimensions of direction to learning as an intermediary in the public Company of Electrical and Electronic Industries in Baghdad. A survey form was administrated to (262) workers in the company from all organizational levels. The most noticeable results were a positive association between Human Capital (HC) and organizational innovation (OI) through the dimensions of direction to learning through (shared vision - the commitment to learning - openness). However, it was unsuccessful in harmonizing HC and information technology (IT) to bring about OI, despite a positive role for IT in achieving organizational innovation. The study recommended developing a mechanism and programs to invest HC, technology, and learning to bring about changes and face challenges through creativity in processes, products, and services.

Published

2023-01-18

How to Cite

Hussein, M. K., Ruaa Basil Noori Al-tekreeti, Hasan, M. F., & Flayyih, H. H. (2023). The Moderate Role of the Perceived Orientation of Information Technology in the Relationship between Human Capital and Organizational Innovation Mediating Orientations to Learning: Literature Review. Ishtar Journal of Economics and Business Studies, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.55270/ijebs.v4i1.14