Document Type: Original Article


1 The author responsible: Department of Education, University of Urmia, Iran

2 Master of Business Administration, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, Iran

3 Department of Education, University of Urmia, Iran

4 Young Researchers and Elite Club, malekan Branch, Islamic Azad University, malekan, Iran


This study investigated the relationship between the components of intellectual capital and knowledge conversion process at the University of Urmia. The study was a descriptive correlation, 74 faculty members of the university were selected randomly. Two questionnaires were used to collect research data. The questionnaire with high content validity) with management expert (, were prepared and Cronbach's alpha reliability coefficient for the measure in a pilot study on a sample of 30 people was calculated, that for intellectual capital questionnaire is α= 0/91 and for km is α= 0/92. Data was collected based on the research hypotheses and using multiple regression analysis and MANOVA were analyzed. The results indicate that the relationship between the components of intellectual capital and knowledge management component is significant, the relationship between combined knowledge and inner knowledge whit intellectual capital is significant, Also the socialization of knowledge, externalization of knowledge, are predictors of intellectual capital.


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