I started this table last year and find myself going back to it more and more. It's a high level summary of the implications of the shift from the industrial to the knowledge era:Continue
Added by Mary Adams on January 27, 2014 at 5:28pm — No Comments
The Polish Wikipedia not only mentions about the new branch of financial accounting. It also indicates the new forms of balance sheets for knowledge-based organizations. Just check entry for „Balance sheet (accounting)” (in polish: bilans (rachunkowość)). There you will find a point „Balance sheet for knowledge-based organizations” (in polish: bilans dla organizacji opartej na wiedzy). Here is my attempt of translation:
Added by Leslaw Niemczyk on January 22, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments
The Polish Wikipedia (pl.wikipedia.org) is the Polish-language edition of Wikipedia, it now has around 1,023,000 articles, making it the ninth-largest Wikipedia edition overall, the largest for a language which is official in only one country. It is also probably the first edition of Wikipedia with articles about postindustrial accounting…Continue
I was at the FMA-NH meeting on Tuesday night talking about, what else?, intangibles.
Here's an expanded version of the deck I used and thought I would share:…
Organizations still stutter in their appreciating of where their true value resides. It resides in all their collective capitals.
So who is stepping up to the plate to get this nailed, buttoned down, once and for all clarified?
Recognizing where our true value resides is still a real organizational problem.
The real problem we have on most organizations is they lack the appreciation of what makes up their…Continue
Standards Australia has recently announced that ISO International Organisation for Standards is considering a project for creating a Standard for KM, specifically a NWIP - New Work Item Proposal
Details of the proposal can be found here - http://www.jisc.go.jp/international/nwip/nwip_Knowledge_Management_Systems_Requirements.pdf - the ISO document acknowledges the…
Added by Peter Bretscher on January 16, 2014 at 6:34am — No Comments
We are recognizing increasingly that both individuals and organizations needs to explore multiple ways to learn and find the right pathway for innovation learning as they progress.
This needs a more ‘dynamic social fabric’ to allow it to flow, it needs organizational encouragement. It needs mutual adaptions and mutual adjustment. The understanding of absorptive capacity framework significantly helps structure this. Also any dynamic social fabric…Continue
Added by Paul Hobcraft on January 11, 2014 at 5:00am — No Comments
No way to drive a car in New York with a…Continue
Added by Peter Bretscher on January 9, 2014 at 3:17am — No Comments
Continuing from my last post "Value Creation comes from understanding where it resides"
Added by Paul Hobcraft on January 8, 2014 at 7:30am — No Comments