The Relationship between Human Resource Development, Intrapreneurial Competencies and Innovative Work Behaviour
This paper is aimed at examining the connection between human resource development, intrapreneurial competencies and innovative work behaviour. By issuing 284 sample questionnaires to executives at one public organization, this analysis utilized quantitative approach. Partial Least Square (PLS) was used to analyse the collected data. The findings show that the intrapreneurial competencies influences the innovative work behaviour of 53.6%, human resource development influences the intrapreneurial competencies of 32%, human resource development influences the innovative work behaviour of 14.4% and innovative work behaviour model is affected 35% by human resource development and intrapreneurial competencies. This model can be used to further develop the intrapreneurial competencies that most relevant for employees of public sector in order to exhibit innovative work behaviour which be able to integrated into the human resource development of respective organization via training and development. Previously, researchers recognized employees as a major cause of development. Systemic empirical study, however, was not completely implemented to investigate the connection between human resource development, intrapreneurial competencies and innovative work behaviour.