The Thai Flood Crisis: An Intellectual Capital Perspective

The recent issue of the iKnow magazine (March 2012), published by the Bangkok University, analyses different aspects of the Thai Flood Crisis. I have a short article on the intellectual capital perspective of this man-made crisis http://www.se-edmag.com/images/stories/online/iknow/iknow02/index.h...

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Comment by Peter Spence on May 20, 2012 at 8:26am

Thank you Waltrout - a very informative article - having presented on the importance of primary health care agencies becoming more invovled in Emergency Management, Disaster Planning and Response - the key points resonate with me, particularly surrounding the importance of IC, and specifically developing structural capital and the collaborative competency of the human capital (this meaning all relevant stakeholders) - a concise article that could sharpen the approach to Emergency Management, Disaster Preparedness and Response in general.

 

Peter

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