The Impact of Human, Structural, and Relational Capital on Product Development Performance in Manufacturing Organizations in Indonesia: Mediating Role of Organizational Learning Capabilities and R&D Resources
Keywords:Organizational learning capabilities,, R&D resources, Human capital, Structural capital, Relational capital, Product development performance
Recently, product development and its performance are the essential elements for the business organization that could enhance the firm performance and attains researchers' intentions. Therefore, the present study examines the impact of human, structural and relational capital on product development performance in manufacturing organizations in Indonesia. The goals also include examining the mediating role of organizational learning capabilities and R&D resources among the nexus of human, structural and relational capital and product development performance in manufacturing organizations in Indonesia. The study's quantitative data collection methods have been adopted and collect the data by using survey questionnaires. The smart-PLS, a useful statistical tool, has been employed for analysis purposes. The findings revealed that human, structural and relational capital have positive nexus with product development performance. The outcomes also show that organizational learning capabilities and R&D resources mediate the nexus of human, structural, and relational capital and product development performance in Indonesia's manufacturing organizations. These findings provide the guideline to the regulators that they should take valuable capital development and learning capabilities that could enhance the product development performance and firm performance.
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