Employ the Knowledge Accumulation of Human Resources in Strategic Performance


  • Anmar Muhammad Farag
  • Muhammad Yasin Rahim




التكامل المعرفي، الموارد البشرية، الاداء الاستراتيجي., Knowledge Accumulation KA, Human Resources HR, Strategic Performance SP.


The main purpose of this research is to diagnose the role of the Knowledge Accumulation of Human Resources KAHR in Strategic Performance SP, and for that, the research was applied to the represented sample by the administrative leaders consisting of (108) individuals distributed according to their positions and the organizational structure of the ministry. Correlations, effects, and benefits from generalizing the results in the field of research. The research involved a mixed-methods approach through two stages. During the first stage, the researcher gathered quantitative data from a questionnaire. The second stage gathered qualitative data to explore the survey results more deeply by conducting individual interviews with a sub-sample of 12 who are working at the Higher Institute for Security and Administrative Development HISAD in the Iraqi Interior Ministry. In order to answer questions of the research problem and reach the goals to be achieved, this research used many statistical methods, such as regression coefficient, correlation coefficient, weighted arithmetic mean, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation. In addition to several figures and illustrations show the relationship between the research variables and their dimensions. The research showed several important results representing statistically significant effect of KAHR on SP. In the end, the research provided many recommendations was the most vital that the Higher Institute for Security and Administrative Development should confirm and invest in the KAHR in enhancing its strategic performance.


Paper type: Research paper


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“Employ the Knowledge Accumulation of Human Resources in Strategic Performance” (2023) Journal of Economics and Administrative Sciences, 29(138), pp. 39–53. doi:10.33095/jeas.v29i138.3038.

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