How may an Organization's Intellectual Capital be Measured?
What is it about?
This book chapter compares and evaluates six of the more commonly known Intellectual Capital measurement models.
Why is it important?
Intellectual Capital arguably represents the majority of the value of an organization. If we fail to value knowledge assets properly, we may be restricting our firms, organizations, and whole economies to work with ineffective tools.
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