ICounting for the knowledge-era organization

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:

When you see it like this, it makes it clear that there is a fundamental shift in our economy and that we all need to continue to learn how to measure and manage in new ways. And why we see ICounting as the necessary complement to the accounting that continues to provide the foundation for our financial system. ICounting is still about money. But it digs deeper to map and measure the drivers of the financials.

What do you think? Does it capture the essence of the shift? What's missing?

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