Perspectives On Intellectual Capital

Author: Bernard Marr
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136374000
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Few people doubt the importance of managing intellectual capital; and most are
in agreement that intangible assets such as knowledge, brands, relationships,
organizational culture, and intellectual property are primary drivers of
competitiveness in today's global economy. The consulting firm Accenture
recently commissioned the Economist Intelligence Unit to conduct a survey of
executives around the world to understand their views on intellectual capital.
Most executives responded ...

Competitiveness And Development

Author: Mehdi Shafaeddin
Publisher: Anthem Press
ISBN: 1783083131
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The International Federation of Accountants provides a list of intellectual (
intangible) capital as shown in Box 7.1. ... Intangible investment in technology (
R&D including software R&D, technology acquisition, design, engineering, and
scanning and search activities); 2. ... Corporate strategies and organization are
being built on greater inputs of intangible investments and the balance between
tangible and intangible assets and necessary complementarities between them
is important.

Eckm2015 16th European Conference On Knowledge Management

Author: Maurizzio Massaro and Andrea Garlatti
Publisher: Academic Conferences and publishing limited
ISBN: 1910810460
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Intellectual capital is defined, for example, as intangible resources, skills,
knowledge assets related to company competitiveness and results (Martín-de-
Castro et al., 2010; Hsu and Wang, 2012; Nahapiet and Ghoshal, 1998). They
are also presented as a set of resources which may be analyzed from the micro (
value creation) and macro (nations' wealth) perspectives (Alcaniz et al., 2011). It
is perceived as value driver, based on causal relationship between resources
and value ...

Symposium Proceedings Xv International Symposium Symorg 2016

Author: Ondrej Jaško
Publisher: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences
ISBN: 8676803269
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Reshaping the Future Through Sustainable Business Development and
Entepreneurship Ondrej Jaško, Sanja Marinković ... Although patents, trademarks
, industrial designs and other intellectual property rights belong to the intangible
assets in financial reports, the reports often do not separate these rights and,
therefore, they are not adequately valued as a part of the companies' market ...
Keywords: intellectual property, intangible assets, intellectual capital, patents,
trademarks 1.

Knowledge Management

Author: Kai Mertins
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540247785
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In April 1996, for example, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (US
SEC) held a symposium on intangible assets. The agenda for the symposium
covered topics such as the nature and types of intangible assets, including
intellectual property, human capital, software and related items. Authorities
sponsoring European economy and research were also interested in the concept
of knowledge-based economy from early on. In 1994, An Industrial
competitiveness policy for the ...

Proceedings Of The 16th European Conference On Knowledge Management

Author: Juan Gabriel Cegarra
Publisher: Academic Conferences Limited
ISBN: 1908272635
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The conceptual ICCE model presented in this paper aims to evaluate and
prioritize business performance driven by organizations' intellectual capital core
competence. The model identifies a taxonomy of three competitiveness capability
drivers (functional and cultural; social and positional; regulatory and operational),
which in turn drive performance and competitive advantage to the organization.
These three layers of competitiveness have been defined based on the literature
review ...

Ecic2009 2nd European Conference On Intellectual Capital

Author: Susana Rodrigues
Publisher: Academic Conferences Limited
ISBN: 1906638594
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This has shifted development perspectives from tangibles-based competitiveness
to knowledge-driven competitiveness transforming the way the economy is
organised and putting the emphasis on the emergence of a new type of capital.
Arts and cultural-related ... This leads to an increased interest in the development
of methods and tools for analysis and promotion of regional intellectual capital,
as a capacity of a city/region to create wealth and intangible assets. A critical
need exists ...

Intangible Assets

Author: Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309144140
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The workshop, summarized in the present volume, included discussions of a range of policy-relevant topics, including: what intangibles are and how they work; the variety and scale of emerging markets in intangibles; and what the government ...

Entrepreneurial Excellence In The Knowledge Economy

Author: José Maria Viedma Marti
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137024070
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The DanishAgency for TradeandIndustry (DATI, 1998) sponsored the preparation
of a report on various attempts, at thecompany level,toprepare 'intellectualcapital
accounts',based on theexperience often Nordic companies.Further initiatives ...
Althoughmany agree thatintangibles are thekey drivers of a firm's success and
the competitiveness of countries,there is stilla lack ofconsensus onaprecise
definition of the termintangibles (Marr and Chatzkel, 2004). Itisawordthat applies
to ...