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Intellectual Capital: Innovation 01.06

ISBN: 978-1-84112-256-4
124 pages
April 2002, Capstone
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Fast track route to understanding and exploiting intellectual capital

Covers the key areas of intellectual capital, from value-adding intellectual capital programmes and value capture to finding the 'hook' and setting up measures

Examples and lessons from some of the world's most successful businesses, including Dow Chemical, Rockwell International, Clarica, and Buckman Labs, and ideas from the smartest thinkers, including Karl Erik Sveiby, Baruch Lev, Hubert Saint-Onge, Patrick Sullivan, Goran Roos and Leif Edvinsson.

Includes a glossary of key concepts and a comprehensive resources guide

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Table of Contents

Introduction to Express Exec

Introduction to Intellectual Capital

Definition of Terms: What is Intellectual Capital?

The Evolution of Intellectual Capital

The E-Dimension

The Global Dimension

The State of the Art

In Practice: Intellectual Capital Success Stories

Key Concepts and Thinkers

Resources

Ten Steps to Making Intellectual Capital Work

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Acknowledgements

Index
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Author Information

JAY CHATZKEL is Principal of Progressive Practices and has written for a variety of publications, including Journal of Intellectual Capital, Journal of Knowledge Management, and The TQM Magazine. He is the author of Conversations: How Knowledge-Based Enterprises are Really Built.
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Reviews

"..they say that good things come in small packages and Jay Chatzkel's book Intellectual Capital is a case in point...Intellectual Capital contains a wealth of information in a tiny package.." (www.knowledgebusiness.com, 13 March 2002)
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