Business relational capital and firm performance: an insight from Indian textile industry
by Murale Venugopalan; Gyanendra Singh Sisodia; Preetha Rajeevkumar
International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital (IJLIC), Vol. 15, No. 4, 2018

Abstract: Organisations subsist in a knowledge-based society where there exist a strong need to interact with its environment and establish relations. These relationships help firms to procure and share knowledge which is quintessential for carrying out their operations. The goal of this study ascertains the impact of relational capital management in firm's performance in the textile industry in India. The study was conducted among managers of leading textile manufacturing firms in Tiruppur area. The hypothesis set for the study was empirically tested by using partial least square method, in the models set for the study was found to be valid at P < 0.05. The paper concludes that relational capital components and the firm performance are positively related.

Online publication date: Thu, 25-Oct-2018

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