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Abstract :

The purpose of this paper is to explore how intellectual capital and technical skills can affect innovation. This paper reviewed related literature with these concepts and then submits a proposed theoretical framework to manifest the relationship between these variable. This paper explore the intellectual capital and technical skills from higher education perspective as a critical success factors for innovation and concluded how higher education institutions can benefit from the integration of intellectual capital and technical skills principles to develop innovation and achieve a high level of performance .

Keywords :

: intellectual capital, technical skills, innovation .

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