Journal of Intellectual Capital: Volume 1 Issue 4


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Intellectual capital in the new Internet economy – Its meaning, measurement and management for enhancing quality

Ray F. Carroll, Richard R. Tansey

Intellectual capital is the cornerstone of corporate success in the new economy. This article will discuss the meaning, measurement, and management of intellectual capital. It…


Management of intangibles – An attempt to build a theory

Paloma Sánchez, Cristina Chaminade, Marta Olea

This article attempts to contribute to the development of a positive theory on the management of intangibles by building a model that describes the process followed by business…


Valuing intangibles companies – An intellectual capital approach

Patrick H. Sullivan, Patrick H. Sullivan

There is a dramatic increase in the number of companies whose value lies largely in their intangible assets; with relatively little or no value associated with their tangible…


Using intellectual capital to evaluate educational technology projects

Luiz Antonio Joia

Intellectual capital has been used to measure the intangible assets of corporations. Intellectual capital can also be used to assess and evaluate the outcomes of social projects…


Difficulties in diffusion of tacit knowledge in organizations

Tua Haldin‐Herrgard

To manage intangible assets such as knowledge is perceived as an important capability for competition. One of the main matters for managing knowledge resources is diffusion of…


Where does knowledge management add value?

Chee Wen Chong, Tony Holden, Paul Wilhelmij, Ruth A. Schmidt

This survey of senior managers at 25 international organizations tackles the key question: “Where does knowledge management add value?” The findings indicate that only a very…

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