Intrinsic Competencies: A Leverage Tool for The Performance of Learning Organization (Case Study: Wasit University)

Saad R. Alsreiwe, Joumana A. Younis, Mazen Massoud


Learning organization performance is based on the sharing of experience and knowledge. The methods and adaptability of learners demonstrate its competitive advantage. However, in a fluctuating context marked by successive crises (economic, health), relying on intrinsic competencies is a crucial advantage for learning companies. This study investigated the influence of intrinsic competencies with three dimensions on the performance of the learning organization. This quantitative study used the questionnaire as a quantifiable tool to obtain data. A pre-test and face validation ensured the questionnaires validity. The analytical method is used in this study. Path analysis and SEM were applied in this study to test hypotheses. The influence of intrinsic competencies dimensions (Organizational Resources, Human Resources Strategies, Employees Capabilities) on the performance of learning organizations is the most prominent conclusion. The learning organization should adopt a learning and teaching culture where people collaborate and think together to constantly improves to enhance their performance.

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