Five Hong Kong banks have joined the Intellectual Property Department in promoting intellectual capital management (ICM) under the second phase of the Intellectual Capital Management Consultancy Programme launched Continue
today (March 2). The five Partnering Lending Institutions (PLIs) are the Bank
of China (Hong Kong) Limited, Chong Hing Bank
Limited, Citi Commercial Bank, Hang Seng Bank Limited, and…
Added by Stephen Selby on March 2, 2010 at 8:38pm —
Visit our website at http://www.ipd.gov.hk/eng/icm.htm
where we have detailed information about ICM and 14 published IC Reports from Hong Kong SMEs.
Added by Stephen Selby on March 2, 2010 at 8:00pm —
I was struck by this blog post today by Hutch Carpenter entitled Why Ideas are Core to Enterprise 2.0
. He talks about all the hype about social media and asserts that it is really ideas that link communities together. He says:
Ideas have a unique quality in team and community forming, consistent with the emergent nature of Enterprise… Continue
Added by Mary Adams on February 10, 2010 at 6:16pm —
Thanks to Ken Jarboe at the Athena Alliance (who is going to join the ICKC as soon as he breaks free) for letting us know about the publication of the report of the conference hosted in 2008 by the National Academies in Washington DC entitled Intangible Assets: Measuring and Enhancing Their Contribution to Corporate
Value and Economic Growth: Summary of a Workshop
Back at the time, I wrote a series of posts about the… Continue
Added by Mary Adams on February 8, 2010 at 8:06pm —
Blog about China 2009 no. 5
What is really the difference between the Professor Chen Yu
invention: “Consumption Capital”, and what we in the Intellectual Capital world like to refer to as Customer Capital?
This is not all that easy to answer. After two conferences on the Consumption Capital
topic in Beijing, I am still confused.
One of multiple possible answers… Continue
Added by Peder Hofman-Bang on February 5, 2010 at 6:30am —
Blog about China 2009 no. 4
I just got word from my friend in intangibles, Jonathan Low
. Like me, he was in Beijing last month (read Aug. 2009) as a speaker. I think it is safe to say that he also thought that some questions remained unanswered with regards to the Chinese “innovation” Consumption Capital.
Today he pointed to this… Continue
Added by Peder Hofman-Bang on February 4, 2010 at 6:30am —
Blog about China 2009 no. 3
A couple of weeks ago (read Aug. 2009) I asked if Beijing was ready for IC. In short, the answer is:
I am not sure.
1) The conference was called “The first global intellectual capital summit”. Actually, I think there has been a few…
2) It seemed like one of the conference purposes was to promote Prof. Chen Yu’s new economic theory “Consumption Capitalization”. It advocates the use of three capitals in today’s economy:… Continue
Added by Peder Hofman-Bang on February 3, 2010 at 6:30am —
The following is an AREOPA white paper titled: Measuring the Immeasurable. Continue
MEASURING THE IMMEASURABLE -JA-20050630 (wp GNO20100203).docx
We are a leading knowledge and practice provider in the fields of Change Management,…
Added by Joris g. Claeys on February 3, 2010 at 3:30am —
AREOPA's white paper on Intellectual Capital and its 4-leaf model as the full solution to measuring intangibles.
IC Accounting Leaflet.pdf
We are a leading knowledge and practice provider in the… Continue
Added by Joris g. Claeys on February 3, 2010 at 1:00am —
A practical potential for NGO's to make use of their intangibles in searching for new ways of funding their projects.
Concept stock exchange NGO's verbeterde editie.doc
We are a leading… Continue
Added by Joris g. Claeys on February 3, 2010 at 1:00am —
The following is a basic reflection of what IC is.
AREOPA sip - ICC&A - What is Intellectual Capital (scGNO20091022).pdf
We are a leading knowledge and practice provider in the fields of… Continue
Added by Joris g. Claeys on February 3, 2010 at 12:30am —
Blog about China 2009 no. 2
After a few years of IC work with our friends in Hong Kong
, it is now time to move into the Mainland as well.
The conference this weekend (read August 2010) is expected to attract 200 business people from the Beijing area. And the list of speakers is quite distinguished (including myself…). CFO Think Tank is my session; a perfect opportunity to present the… Continue
Added by Peder Hofman-Bang on February 2, 2010 at 6:30am —
Blog about China 2009 no. 1
Last month (read Feb. 2009
) I was in Hong Kong, training Intellectual Capital consultants for the Hong Kong Government
. They believe that the development of IC is the future for Hong Kong SME’s. Thus, the services of the IC consultants will be offered for free.
The rumor about this initiative is already spreading into… Continue
Added by Peder Hofman-Bang on January 31, 2010 at 6:42pm —
I just put up a listing
for the European Conference on Intellectual Capital which will be held in Lisbon, Portugal on March 29 and 30. I went to last year's conference and found it really valuable but won't be able to go this year.
Are you going to the ECIC in March? It would be great to share the message about the ICKC. I would also love to figure out a way to work with someone to get their agenda on the… Continue
Added by Mary Adams on January 31, 2010 at 10:30am —
I had promised to publish some materials around IC for our open content building.
The following is a presentation around the building blocks and principles of IC.
We bring you the areas for innovation and sustainable growth.
AREOPA's 4-Leaf model, covering:
- Human Capital
- Customer Capital
- Strategic Alliance Capital (Relation Capital)
- Structural Capital…
Added by Joris g. Claeys on January 28, 2010 at 11:30am —
If you are concerned about current crisis, you may enjoy reading a website that I am developing: questforvalues.com
Hope you find it valuable.
Added by Juan Pablo Stegmann on January 28, 2010 at 10:50am —
I am in the process of landing on this forum, so have mercy on me, I will work on improving it with time.
You can find information about the book at juanpablostegmann.com
What if you were offered a new way to examine strategic management and business strategy, as well as a new way to integrate the existing theory under a new model? In recent decades, an amazing number of strategic management theories and models have been produced, but none that can synthesize all the… Continue
Added by Juan Pablo Stegmann on January 28, 2010 at 10:45am —
I still haven't loaded a lot of my own content into this new site (I intend to and encourage all our members to do so as well). But, in the meantime, I thought that it would be helpful to start adding some links to other folk's content (books, articles, presentations, videos) that I have also found helpful. This is a start. I hope that others will follow with more suggestions....
If I had to pick one article that sums up the perspective of the field of IC, it is this article,… Continue
Added by Mary Adams on January 24, 2010 at 10:25am —
I just had a very interesting lunch. We discussed the core of the central wage negotiations between the unions and the employers' counterparts - that will be encompassing more people than ever this spring. Continue
Is it not very old fashioned to define strict wages for huge clusters of people, solely dependent on some industry category that they were tagged with?
Without any concern of the quality of the job that they perform.
Without any recognition of them as…
Added by Peder Hofman-Bang on January 21, 2010 at 4:30pm —
I have co-authored with Mary Adams the book Intangible Capital: Putting Knowledge to work in the 21st Century Organization
. The book is due to be released in 2Q10 by Praeger. Book profile
Added by Michael Oleksak on January 12, 2010 at 7:56am —