PENGARUH MANAJEMEN STRATEJIK SUMBER DAYA MANUSIA TERHADAP INOVASI DENGAN MANAJEMEN PENGETAHUAN SEBAGAI VARIABEL MEDIASI

Muhammad Harri, S.AB, MM

Abstract


The purpose of this research is to analyze the relationship of human resource strategic management  and innovation, human resource strategic management  and knowledge management, knowledge management and innovation, in addition to analyzing whether knowledge management can mediate the relationship of human resource strategic management  with innovation Research data to be used is data of creative industry companies in Indonesia with primary data through questionnaires and secondary data published by the Government of Indonesia. The research sample is a creative industry company in Indonesia. The methods used are correlation analysis and regression to find out the relationship between variables and the analysis of pathways to find out the direct effects and indirect effects of human resource strategic management  on innovation. The hypothesis of this research is (1) there is a positive relationship of human resource strategic management  with innovation, (2) there is a positive relationship between the strategic management  of human resources and knowledge management (3) there is a relationship between knowledge management and innovation (4) there is a positive relationship of human resource strategic management  to innovation through knowledge management as a mediation variable. The findings provide evidence that knowledge management plays a mediating role between strategic human resource management  and innovation.

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Strategic managemens of human resources, innovation and knowledge management

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