2 edition of Driving intellectual capital. found in the catalog.
Driving intellectual capital.
Nicola J. Frankum
Thesis (M.B.A.) - Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, 2001.
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MEASUREMENT OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL IN A COMPANY Artur Paździor College of Enterprise and Administration, Poland [email protected], [email protected] Maria Paździor College of Enterprise and Administration, Poland [email protected] Abstract: The article raises the issue of intellectual capital. Owing to the fact that this is a relatively new. Intellectual capital is the intangible value of a business, covering its people (human capital), the value relating to its relationships (relational capital), and everything that is left when the employees go home (structural capital), of which intellectual property (IP) is but one component. It is the sum of everything everybody in a company knows that gives it a competitive edge.
The book concludes with chapters on the economics of information and a useful appendix on measuring and managing intellectual capital. The audience for this book is business and technology professionals seeking a broad sense of the interplay between economic growth and information technology. The Problem and the Solution. The theory of intellectual capital has emerged in the past decade in response to the growing realization of the importance of information and knowledge Because ntellectual capital was first conceptualized during the same time period that the ideas of knowledge management and human capital became an important part of organizational .
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Driving Innovation reveals the dynamics of intellectual property (IP) as it drives the innovation cycle and shapes global society. The book presents fundamental IP concepts and practical legal and business strategies that apply broadly to all innovation communities, including industry, nonprofit institutions, and developing by: The objective of this book is to explore the relationship between intellectual capital management and the sustainable development of organizations and society.
To do so, it introduces readers to the topic of intellectual capital in the context of several connected entities such as organizations, cities and regions, sharing insights that both reflect the status quo and.
Intellectual capital is the value that companies are able to extract from the intellectual property - product innovation, patents, copyrights, know-how and corporate knowledge. Many firms now have intellectual property as their major asset/5(6). Value-Driven Intellectual Capital is a corporate and financial executives' handbook to the new world of intangible assets - what they are and how to convert them into cash or strategic position.
Value-Driven Intellectual Capital explains the new, boundary-expanding world of intellectual assets Driving intellectual capital. book where translating an innovative idea into bottom-line profits involves a tightly focused. This book discusses the concept of intellectual capital and how it affects nearly everything we do.
Stewart argues that today's economy is driven by companies who are able to acknowledge and leverage the knowledge capital that is traditionally left swinging in the breeze.4/5.
Identify intellectual capital: Find and articulate the principal components of intellectual capital that provide value to the business (brands, patents, formulas, technologies, relationships, etc).
Outline critical success factors: Determine the list of things that must be done well to maintain and grow the value of intellectual capital components. Involves thoughts of Intellectual Capital experts on how to measure the ROI. However, this is a very debated matter and some alternative practical perspectives may be missing (e.g.
Kaplan & Norton Strategic maps widely ussed in the US). Good book for practitioners trying to make sense of knowledge management. CONS - Basic s: Is FDI driving Intellectual capital. A panel data analysis Karam Pal Narwal et al ASIAN JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH Volume 4 Issue 3, concluded that infrastructure quality have a positive and significant impact on FDI inflows.
Thus, for the present study Gross fixed capital (GFC) formation is used as a proxy for the. Intellectual capital has also been observed as the main drivers of value creation for companies in the competitive markets rather than physical and financial capital.
value equals book value plus intellectual capital, with book value usually only the tip of the iceberg of wealth. Intellectual capital encompasses much more than patents, copyrights and other forms of intellectual property.
It is the sum and synergy of a. Visionary in scope, Intellectual Capital is the first book that shows how to turn the untapped knowledge of an organization into its greatest competitive weapon. Thomas A. Stewart demonstrates how knowledge--not natural resources, machinery, or financial capital--has become the most important factor in economic s: Intellectual Capital Management as a Driver of Sustainability Florinda Matos, Valter Vairinhos, Paulo Maurício Selig, Leif Edvinsson The objective of this book is to explore the relationship between intellectual capital management and the sustainable development of.
"Without doubt, Lindsay Moore and Lesley Craig have established themselves as thought leaders in the world of intellectual capital management. This new book will prove indispensable to anyone interested in learning more about what is clearly one of the key business drivers of the twenty-first century." —Joff Wild, Editor, IAM magazineReviews: 5.
Intellectual Capital refers to one of the most important sources of business advantage - the knowledge within the organisation of how to create value for customers.
This is reflected in the transformation of society into knowledge work and the increasing difference between the book value and the market value of companies. The purpose of this book is to help businesses profit from one of their most important assets, their intellectual capital" (from the Introduction pp).In this context, Patrick H.
Sullivan divides his book into three major parts as follows:I. The Relationship Between Intellectual Capital and Corporate Value (Chapters ). The increased difference between the market and book value of the firms encouraged the academic and business community to consider the concept of intellectual capital as a key determinant in the.
The NICI model inter-relates market capital, renewal capital, process capital, and human capital as a means of discovering the intellectual wealth of a nation. Bontis () specified several. The value of intellectual capital is estimated by calculating the diﬀerence between the market value of an organization and its book value, thereby making it easy to use.
millennium, intellectual capital will be the primary resource and driver of our information. economy 1. value equals book value plus intellectual capital, with book value usually only the. Intellectual capital is the intangible value of a business. This includes anything that isn't physical that adds to the productive capacity of a firm.
The following are the primary types of intellectual capital. Human Capital The knowledge, know-how, abilities and creativity of employees. In many cases, people don't like to be referred to as. ‘Intellectual capital is an important value driver in today’s organizations.
This book will make a significant contribution to both the academic and industrial fields.’ – Jingyuan Zhao, University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada. Intellectual capital is considered an asset, and can broadly be defined as the collection of all informational resources a company has at its disposal that can be used to drive profits, gain new.of the intellectual capital dynamic value (IC-dVALw) approach, which integrates four dimensions for measurement – inputs, processes, assets, and outputs – and deﬁnes ad hoc metrics for measuring intellectual capital in a dynamic way.
This approach is now used atthe corporate level in several contexts.