This study analyzes the relationship between the promoters of human capital and performance of an unregulated microfinance institution (IMNR) in Peru in 2009. A cross-sectional study was conducted using the survey Human Capital Management (HCM, for its acronym in English ) by Bassi and McMurrer (2007) for the Community Banks program of the nongovernmental organization (NGO) ADRA Peru's workers. The results of a multiple linear regression analysis showed that the motivators of practices of leadership and learning ability are related to operational sustainability and productivity of credit execution. The variable “Leadership practices” consists of five factors: communication, inclusion, supervisory skills, executive skills, and systems. The variable “Ability to learn” is composed of five practices, namely, innovation, training, development and support value, and, ultimately, systems.
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Gonzalez, Sylvia; Guerrero, Santos; Matos Chamorro, Alfredo; and Picon Ventocilla, Edelmira, "Desarrollo Del Capital Humano y Su Impacto En El Desempeño de Una Institución Microfinanciera No Regulada Del Perú" (2015). Faculty Publications. 666.
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