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Last week I had the enjoyable privilege of participated in a session at the Digital Government Institute's Government Knowledge Management Conference. The session was a lively discussion among the panelists and audience kicked off with brief opening remarks by the panelists. The full background set of slides upon which my remarks were based are now available on line at…Continue
Here is a new short video from OECD on knowledge-based capital.
The drama involves a family-owned supermarket chain called Market Basket. There’s a long story of conflict between two sides of the…Continue
Added by Mary Adams on August 1, 2014 at 11:12am — No Comments
Recognizing the value of our innovation-related assets is where the ‘smart money’ should go. To gain growth and to improve productivity is through innovation. We need to translate knowledge into new values.
When you pause and consider the make-up of Innovation Capital you realize it makes such an economic contribution and in a report from McKinsey & Co, they have…Continue
I’ve just returned from an extremely exciting and stimulating trip to Chile hosted by Smarter-Companies partner firm Akloe including Arturo Alba, Rodrigo Leon, and Tomas Viveros. Besides getting to know a lovely city and its citizens, I was thrilled to…Continue
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Itaú Unibanco's Integrated Report 2013 provides a clear insight into the company's capitals.
To guide readers, the report uses navigation icons, which represents the company's capitals throughout.
The report also provides its own interpretation of the six capitals, based on the International <IR> Framework, and the relation of those capitals to the organization's business model.
Each features a dedicated section offering contextual information, key…Continue
In a report commissioned by the B20, the business forum that advises G20 governments, the six largest global accounting networks¹ have endorsed <IR> as a key innovation that will make corporate reporting more conducive to long-term investment.
The report highlights the urgency with which policymakers must tackle the structural gap in infrastructure investment, estimated to be US$500 billion annually, and says that corporate reporting has a vital role to play in…
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Exciting news came to 9yahds last week! Providing our users with a 'community folder' of shared processes will take just 72 hours of development. Hence, we are running full steam ahead to populate the folder for when it goes live!
What does that mean? It means we are taking expertly authored business processes and placing them in a folder that all users of 9yahds can copy and use. This gives users a chance to see what a process should look like, compare it to how they may do things…Continue
Added by Pamela Simpson on June 9, 2014 at 3:16pm — No Comments
It was fascinating to read the NYTimes story about the decision process behind the creation of Harvard Business School’s new on-line offering called Business School Disrupted. The offering, called HBX, teaches “pre-MBA” classes via an elaborate multi-screened platform and is the business school’s answer to education and the…Continue
A good morning or good evening to you all. My thought for today, well actually for all my days.
All the capitals ‘fire’ innovation. They make…Continue
Added by Paul Hobcraft on May 28, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments
As soon as the NCAA lacrosse tournament is over, my freshman at Trinity College, will return home to Western Ma. for a very short stay before heading to Boston for 2 months where she will become an unpaid intern for two different organizations. The first will be a PR firm (2 days a week), and the remaining days, she will be working on a political campaign.
As the PR firm asked her to participate in writing a curriculum, I became interested in the 'curriculum' aspects of unpaid…Continue
Added by Pamela Simpson on May 15, 2014 at 3:36pm — No Comments
In the latest BVWire newsletter, there’s something of a bombshell (if you’re into this kind of thing):
Fair value is on hold at the FASB, observes Adam Smith (FASB), due to concerns over the BV profession. Up to now, the FASB has been a proponent of fair value in financial statements. This trend will not continue, according to Smith, because of the fragmented nature…
Ideas can be powerful but are often hidden. Case in point: the conceptual model of intangible capital as the driver of economic growth is becoming fixed in the public discourse. Whether people know it or not, they are implicitly using the concepts without explicitly referencing the model. An example is a recent speech by Chairman Jason Furman, Chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers…Continue
I wrote two blogposts in the last few days, partly in preparation for some discussions, partly to reaffirm some thinking
I'd like to share these within this community, if you have time to read them- wonderful, if you feel like commenting on them- even better.
Are we measuring what really matters?…Continue
Maybe it’s just a coincidence but I received two messages today. One from a contact here in the Boston area. And another from Europe. I thought I would share the questions and my answers as a way to start a conversation about intangibles, intangibles measurement and “hard” business results. I would love to hear your thoughts....
Question 1: Is there any evidence that evaluators consider seriously the findings of an intangibles assessment in acquisitions or…