States that in the new developing economy of the millennium knowledge is an asset that should be valued, developed and managed, since it is a component of the intellectual capital of an organization. Reveals that knowledge is increasingly being regarded as a corporate asset in an age when data and information help sustain competitive advantage. Remarks that knowledge is, however, an intangible asset and so managing it creates a number of challenges in the area of human resource development, especially when workers are more concerned with their employability. Concludes that if a company values knowledge it must value its knowledge workers.
Bogdanowicz, M. and Bailey, E. (2002), "The value of knowledge and the values of the new knowledge worker: generation X in the new economy", Journal of European Industrial Training, Vol. 26 No. 2/3/4, pp. 125-129. https://doi.org/10.1108/03090590210422003Download as .RIS
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