Leading Networks of Intangible Capital in the COVID-19 era
Francisco Espinoza Morales, Enrique Martinez Muñoz, Celia Yaneth Quiroz Campas, Gilberto Bermudez Ruiz, Arturo Sanchez Sanchez, Rosa Maria Rincon Ornelas, Francisco Ruben Sandoval Vazquez, Javier Carreón Guillen, Cruz Garcia Lirios
The psychological studies of organizations, with regard to human capital, have shown that this factor increases to the extent that the environmental demands are intensified, but it is the intellectual trait that acquires the greatest value when considered as the main intangible asset of an organization. In this way, the objective of this paper was to expose the theoretical, conceptual and empirical frameworks related to human capital in order to establish discussion scenarios related to the value chain of an organization based on its intangible assets. A documentary study was carried out with a non-probabilistic selection of sources indexed to repositories such as Dialnet, Latindex and Redalyc, considering the year of publication and relationship between the concepts of organization and human capital. There are lines of research around empathy, trust, commitment, satisfaction and happiness as inherent factors of human capital as an intellectual asset of an organization.