The Intellectual Capital and its Effect on the Employees’ Performance Management An Analytic Study to Sample of Scientific Departments Heads in Mosul University
2010, Volume 32, Issue 98, Pages 119-145
AbstractThe study treated the impact of intellectual capital on employees’ performance management. The study attempted to present a new theoretical framework for the most prominent literature presented by authors concerned with both of the study’s dimensions, especially when the independent dimension embodied in the intellectual capital. It is one of the important subjects that have received great attention in recent years and considered a new horizon in the world of management in general and the world of human resource management in special. The second dimension is represented by employees performance management, one the important practices of human resource management, and includes performance planning, performance appraisal and feedback, all considered new subjects that have recently gained great attention, especially after the development in human resource management, now viewed as an important strategic participant in the organization’s general strategy.
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