This study aims to investigate the effect of organizational learning, IT capability, and employee adaptability on job performance. Drawing on the organizational support literature, this study proposes a model wherein IT capability moderates the relationship between organizational learning and job performance. Data collection (N = 99) is from the employees of the radio frequency spectrum monitoring in Semarang – Indonesia. Using partial least square (PLS) 3.0 software, the findings support all hypotheses relationships proposed. The results further show that the direct effects of organizational learning on job performance exist when IT capability is high.
organizational learning, IT capability, employee adaptability, job performance
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Suharnomo Suharnomo, Edy Rahardja, Sri Handayani, Udin Udin. (2020) The Effect of Organizational Learning, IT Capability, and Employee Adaptability on Job Performance: A Moderation Model. International Journal of Agricultural Science, 5, 57-66
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