The Influence of Human Capital on Company’s Performance: A Case of Government-linked Companies in Malaysia

By:
Dr. Hanapi Mohamad
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This case study examines the influences of intellectual capital on the performance of a Malaysian government-linked company. Using mixed method sequential quantitative and qualitative inquiries, independent variables of human capital, structural capital, relational capital, spiritual capital are leveraged against company’s performances. The study indicates a positive significant relationship between relational, human, spiritual and structural capital. This research also makes important theoretical and empirical contributions to the literature on the influence of intellectual capital on the effect of spiritual capital and firm’s performance.


Keywords: Human Capital, Intellectual Capital, Spiritual Capital, Knowledge Management
Stream: Anthropology, Archaeology, Cultural Studies and Humanities, Economics and Management
Presentation Type: Paper Presentation in English
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Dr. Hanapi Mohamad

Lecturer, Associate Professor, Dept of International Business
Faculty of International Studies, Universiti Utara Malaysia

Kedah, Malaysia

I have been lecturing since 1986. Prior to this job I was an Executive Officer with FELDA. I holds a PhD in International Business from University of Wales (1993). Besides teaching, I am also involved in research and consulting in the areas of corporate strategy, market analysis and firm’s performances. I am also involved as External examiners and Panel Evaluators for USM, UTM and Malaysia National Accreditation Board.

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