The company's future performance cannot be reflected only in the current financial performance in the financial statements. Long-term company performance can be reflected by the technology being developed. The role of information and communication technology (ICT) is very important for a company to survive and be able to compete in modern business competition in the era of industry 4.0. Meanwhile, learning organization is fostering communication, knowledge exchange in order to promote the innovation. Ambidexterity capability of organization develops structures to manage innovation and achieve sustained success over time. The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of ICT and organizational learning on firm’s innovative performance which mediated by ambidexterity based on millennial workforce perception. The result of this research found that ICT has significantly positive influence on ambidexterity, but not significantly positive influence on innovative performance. Learning organization has significantly positive influence both on ambidexterity and innovative performance. Ambidexterity has significantly influence on innovative performance. The mediating role of ambidexterity had significantly positive enhanced the influence ICT on innovative performance. Meanwhile, ambidexterity had not significantly positive enhance the influence learning organization on innovative performance.
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