The fourth in the readers' series Resources for the Knowledge-Based Economy, The Strategic Management of Intellectual Capital analyzes the link between the strategic and operational roles of intellectual capital in the organization.
The Strategic Management of Intellectual Capital is the perfect resource for the growing number of companies pursuing a strategic approach to managing their intellectual capital and harnessing and leveraging their knowledge, experience, and expertise more systematically to attain a competitive advantage.
Offers a compilation of articles pertinent to the management of intellectual capital. Included are case studies, frameworks, and tools for developing organizational programs in this emerging enterprise. Provides an understanding of the importance of intellectual capital and how to manage it.
general managers; strategic planning professionals; human resource professionals; business school faculty; students
- Introduction and overview Understanding the strategic and operational roles of intellectual capital in the organisation and the links between them Creating an infrastructure for cultivating and sharing intellecutal capital Creating a culture that encourages intellectual capital formation and investment Monitoring, valuing and reporting intellectual assets
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1997
- 23rd December 1997
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