Intangible resources for an organization’s sustainability potential

Helena Bulińska-Stangrecka , A. Bagieńska

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to develop and investigate the relationship between intangible resources such as employee relationships and workplace collaboration in building sustainability potential. A research model and hypotheses were constructed on the grounds of Resource-based-view Theory (RBV) and Cooperation theory (CT). The data was obtained from 175 employees’ from the telecommunications sector in Poland. The results were used to carry out a two-step structural equation modelling analysis, including confirmatory analysis and verification of the hypothesized relationship. The findings indicate that there is a linkage between intangible resources such as employee relationships and sustainability potential. Additionally, the results imply that workplace collaboration impacts the development of sustainability potential. Furthermore, collaboration strengthens the explicit knowledge flow within organizations. This research demonstrated the importance of employee relationships as a key component of organizational sustainability. Collaboration is positively related to explicit knowledge transfer. Managers should promote positive employee relationships in order to enhance the organization’s sustainability potential.
Author Helena Bulińska-Stangrecka (FASS / DASMA)
Helena Bulińska-Stangrecka,,
- Department of Administration and Security Management in Administration
, A. Bagieńska
A. Bagieńska,,
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Journal seriesEntrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues, ISSN 2345-0282
Issue year2020
Vol8
No1
Pages741-761
Publication size in sheets1
Keywords in EnglishIntangible resources; resource-based-view theory;employee relationships; cooperation theory; sustainability potential
DOIDOI:10.9770/jesi.2020.8.1(50)
URL https://jssidoi.org/jesi/article/650
Languageen angielski
LicenseJournal (articles only); author's original; Uznanie Autorstwa (CC-BY); after publication
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Score (nominal)70
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