An X, Deng H, Wang Y, et al. (2013)An Integrated Model for Effective Knowledge Management in Chinese Organizations[J]. Program: electronic library and information systems, 47(3): 320-336.
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An, X. et al. (2012) Knowledge Management Methods and Technologies. Nanjing, Nanjing University Publishing House.(monograph, Chinese)
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An, et.al. (2013) Knowledge Management: An Integrated Approach. Beijing, Renmin University of China Publishing House (Chinese version). ( English version by Ashok Jashapara)
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There were people from 40 countries who attended International Conference on Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management (ICICKM) in DC last week. As always, it was great to see old friends from our…Continue
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There’s been quite a firestorm on the web started by Chris Heuer declaring Social Business Is Dead – Long Live What’s Next. I’m interested because I see social business as a parallel and overlapping concept with intangible capital and new forms of measurement.
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Latest data and publication from McKinsey reiterates the fact that successful companies manage and develop their intangible capital more effectively. McKinsey has coined it as TCR, Tangible Capital Ratio
Check exhibit 2 which highlights the difference in intangible capital between top and bottom quintile…Continue
Most companies develop intellectual property for their own use. In this situation, the ultimate success and value of a specific piece of IP ends up depending on the success of the business supporting…Continue
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Leif Edvinsson sent me a link to this article last week entitled The Long View: Why “Maximizing Shareholder Value” Is On Its Way Out by Rick Warzman, the Executive Director of the …Continue
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I just got back from another trip to Europe. This time I was at the Smart Insider user conference for Unycom, the software company that’s been doing exciting work for IP departments of many European (an now U.S.) firms. The conference opened with a really…Continue
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Today, the OECD released its new report on Supporting Investment in Knowledge Capital, Growth and Innovation. This final report of their project on New Sources of Growth: Knowledge-based Capital. (See also an OECD…Continue
Everything you read about the Twitter IPO is talking about pieces of its intangible capital. Not a big surprise—it’s a perfect example of a social technology company built almost completely of intangibles.
But as someone interested in the field, I get frustrated that the holistic view that IC brings is often lacking. In an effort to gain such…Continue
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I was sitting on my couch flipping through Fast Company last night and found two articles back to back in the Next section that are like a double punch for any businessperson who isn’t already thinking about how social technologies will change their world. (I was so struck by the double whammy, I…Continue
Added by Mary Adams on October 3, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
Life long learning and self development are two hallmarks of truly great people. But isn't it difficult ot get time to learn, at least in the formal sense?
The corporate approach for decades has been to select it's best and brightest and dispatch them to the recognised business schools. The MBA was the passport to bigger and greater…
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