Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: Supplementary 7, Pages: 1--11
Seçil Tastan1* and Seyed Mehdi Mousavi Davoudi 2
1 Marmara University, Faculty of Business Administration, Department of Business Administration (Lectured in English), Sub-Department of Organizational BehaviorBahçelievler, Istanbul, Turkey; [email protected]
2 Payam Noor University, Faculty of Management, Department of Human Resources Management, Tehran, Iran; [email protected]
This study examined the impact of intellectual capital on employee job performance behaviors, commonly assumed to be in-role and extra-role behaviors. The relationship between intellectual capital and employee job performance behaviors was tested using the Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) technique. Drawing on a survey of 129 employees working in banking sector, the results revealed that perceived intellectual capital of the organization (i.e. social, organizational, human capitals) had significant positive impact on the employees' in-role and extra-role performance behaviors. The findings demonstrated that the intellectual capital recorded path coefficient of 0.64 (t-value = 5.37) and the hypothesis of the study was supported. Based on the prior literature evidence, the concluding remarks and implications of the survey results were provided.
Keywords: Extra-role Performance, In-role Performance, Intellectual Capital, Job Performance, OCBs
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