In a recent article on ICKC, the following definition was given to Strategic Capital:
Strategic Capital – This is a category that is not always included in academic definitions of IC. However, in our experience, this category of knowledge is the necessary complement to the others. It includes all the knowledge you have of your market and the business model that you have created to connect with market needs.
What puzzles me is whether this represents a fourth kind of IC, or whether it is more the overlap of the other three.
In that view, what makes Strat-C is the space in which the other three overlap in the service of the specified goal.
One might therefore have Human C, Structural C, Relationship C that exist in your firm but have no role in achieving strategy and are therefore excluded in the set of what makes Strategic C.