Intellectual Capital Criteria and Creativity of corporate administration
AbstractEnterprises are facing new challenges to sustain and establish ourselves that out of this challenge will require more attention to developing and strengthening the skills and capabilities of internal. This work through the basics of organizational knowledge and intellectual capital are that organizations use to achieve better performance in the world of business. Methodology: The aim of this study was to investigate the impact of intellectual capital and its components, namely human capital, customer capital structure of venture capital on staff innovation and determination of the relative amounts of each dimension in anticipation of organizational innovation in the organization's tax affairs and Finance.Results:The results showed that capital structure has impact on innovation employees in Yazd Tax Affairs. Conclusion: Continued it became clear that relational capital effect on innovation employees Yazd Tax Affairs.
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