Document Type : Original Research Paper


1 Educational Management, Department, Tehran University. Tehran. Iran

2 Department of Management Systems of Tehran University. Tehran. Iran


Attention to staff performance and use of intellectual capital to achieve organizations’ objectives  optimum use of available facilities, in institutes and universities, which are themselves the center of intellectual production, makes managers to use intellectual capital to achieve optimal performance this is a correlational study. The samples are all faculty members (180) of Shahid Ragaie Teacher Training university. The data were analyzed by the Pearson correlation coefficient step by step and the researcher used SPSS software. The results showed that there is a positive relationship between the respondents, intellectual capital and their research performance. Regression analysis results show that among human capital, structural capital and relation capital, structural capital have the strongest relationship with research performance and better predicts the  respondent’s performance. The relation capital follows next in predicting research performance. Moreover, there is a significant relationship between intellectual capital and research performance.


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