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Comprehensive Intellectual Capital Management: Step-by-Step

ISBN: 978-0-471-46764-9
312 pages
April 2003
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Learn the fundamentals, practices and models of intellectual capital management with this essential resource. Providing a business-oriented, critical review of the definitions, practices, tools and models that are available today, its approach enables you to understand and retain the cutting-edge issues in the emerging field of intellectual capital management.
  •  Includes a diagnostic tool that you can use to assess your position on the continuum of intellectual capital management and leverage your competitive advantage
  • Provides plenty of real-life examples and case studies, including Dow Chemical and American Skandia
  • Offers checklists for steps required for the three main processes of intellectual capital management: knowledge, innovation and intellectual property management . . . and more!

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Foreword by Gordon Smith.

Preface.

PART ONE. INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL MANAGEMENT.

Chapter 1. Intellectual Capital Management and the Knowledge Economy.

Chapter 2. The Intellectual Capital Model.

Chapter 3. Intellectual Capital Reporting.

Chapter 4. The Comprehensive Intellectual Capital Management (CICM) Approach.

PART TWO. THE THREE STAGES OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL MANAGEMENT.

Chapter 5. The Knowledge Management Stage and Organizational IQ.

Chapter 6. The U.S. Navy Knowledge Management System: A Case in Point.

Chapter 7. The Innovation Management Stage.

Chapter 8. The Intellectual Property Management Stage.

Chapter 9. The Pioneers of Intellectual Capital Management—Skandia and Dow Chemical.

PART THREE. STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO THE CICM MODEL.

Chapter 10. First Get Your Act Together.

Chapter 11. Implementing Knowledge Management Under the CICM Model.

Chapter 12. Implementing Innovation Management Under the CICM Model.

Chapter 13. Implementing Intellectual Property Management Under the CICM Model.

Chapter 14. IC Strategy and Customizing the CICM Model.

Appendix A. Mini Master's of Business Administration (MBA).

Appendix B. Mini Master's Intellectual Property (MIP).

Index.

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NERMIEN AL-ALI is a professor at the Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, New Hampshire, where she designed and teaches a course on intellectual capital management, the first of its kind at a U.S. law school. She began her career as the managing attorney of the Intellectual Property Department at Ibrachy Dermarkar, one of Egypt’s leading law firms, where she counselled multinational clients on IP issues.
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"The 'Comprehensive Intellectual Capital Management' (CICM) approach Ms. Al-Ali has developed is truly groundbreaking in that it effectively addresses one of the most significant challenges in the intellectual capital management (ICM) arena today: the ability to directly link ICM to bottom line business value. The integration of innovation processes with knowledge (KM) and intellectual asset management (IAM), combined with a robust portfolio management discipline are the most critical and unique components of the CICM approach. Additionally, the fact that CICM can be customized to fit the strategic direction, operational structure, and culture of a company is also a very appealing aspect of this bottom line-based approach. This book speaks to every person in the ICM chain, the inventor, market manager, patent attorney, finance manager, IA manager, research manager, business manager, production manager, and most importantly, the CFO."-- David Near
Director of Business Excellence
Polyurethanes Business
The Dow Chemical Company

"This is a seminal work in that vast wilderness where law merges with business. It should be dog-eared and underlined with notes in the margin by any lawyer or business leader who cares about how intellectual capital is valued and how it should be managed to maximize growth and profit. This is the critical knowledge for the next decade and beyond."--John D. Hutson
Dean & President
Franklin Pierce Law Center

"Management and reporting of Intellectual Capital has become one of the most important issues facing business and society in the knowledge economy. Much work has been done around the world trying to develop general acceptable solutions. Nermien Al-Ali presents in her book a unique and very inspirational contribution to the search for ways of better managing and reporting Intellectual Capital." --Jan V.K. Hoffmeister
Vice President, Intellectual Capital Management
Skandia Insurance Company

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