The Impact of Intellectual Capital on Task Performance in Educational Sector of Lahore: Mediating role of Organizational Learning, and Innovative Work Behavior

  • Saeeda Mirza Student, School of Business Administration, National College of Business Administration & Economics, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
  • Touseef Ahmad Lecturer, School of Commerce & Accountancy, Minhaj University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
  • Eimad Hafeez Gogia Student, School of Management and Economics, Harbin Institute of Technology, Heilongjiang, China.
Keywords: Innovative Work Behavior, Organizational Learning, Intellectual Capital, Task Performance


This research looks at the impact of intellectual capital (IC) on task performance (TP) through the mediating role of organizational learning (OL) and innovative work behavior (IWB) in the education sector of Lahore, Pakistan. In order to accomplish the purpose, a theoretical framework has been made in line with literature review, using resource orchestration theory. Pretested investigative tool was used to accomplish a survey from university, college, and private schools in the district of Lahore, during October 2022 to January 2023. By using structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) based on a sample of, 361 questionnaires, which were sent through email and by courier. Out of which 340 answered, 10 incomplete and 11 forms returned un-answered. Regression analysis was applied for hypothesis testing. The main significance of this research is that the performance requirements and improvements in teacher quality will lead to students having the highest level of knowledge, which will help Pakistan rise to the top of the world in the near future. If teachers make the appropriate decisions at the appropriate times and use the appropriate strategies, performance should be accomplished. Since the results relate to a particular point in time, the study has the cross-sectional research limitation. Researchers can plan to conduct a longitudinal analysis in the current sample as part of a future line of research to address the gap. Future research can be expended to other region of Pakistan.