عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study is the impact analysis "total quality management and organizational learning" on "innovation performance" employees in Iran Drug Co. The statistical population is included 210 employees from Iran Drug Co. 136 people were selected based on random class as a sample size by using the Morgan statistical tables for a period of 6 months in 2012. For data collection, Total Quality Management Questionnaire of Coyle-Shapiro (2002), organizational learning Questionnaire of Rhodes et al (2008) and innovation performance questionnaire of Prajogo and Sohal (2003) were used. The validity of the questionnaire was confirmed by a number of university professors. The confirmatory factor analysis was used to determine the construct validity and the results show that the load factor of all items was top of the 0.05 which was showing a reliable measure. Their reliability was obtained with Cronbach's alpha coefficient for the questionnaires were respectively 0.91, 0.87 0.89. the data were analyzed by using Linear and Stepwise Regressions and by SPSS software. Results showed that there is the significant relationship between TQM and organizational learning, between organizational learning and innovation performance and between TQM and innovation performance. Also, Results showed that organizational learning has moderating role between TQM and innovation performance. So, it reduces the effects of total quality management on innovation performance.
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