Journal of Intellectual Capital: Volume 2 Issue 4


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A knowledge‐based theory of the firm to guide in strategy formulation

Karl‐Erik Sveiby

This article is seeking to explore the practical implications of an epistemological approach to strategy formulation. In doing so it tries to expand the field of knowledge…


Reading an intellectual capital statement: Describing and prescribing knowledge management strategies

J. Mouritsen, M.R. Johansen, H.T. Larsen, P.N. Bukh

This paper introduces a framework for analysing intellectual capital statements. It is suggested that the three‐way model of intellectual capital (human, organisations and…


Managing orphan knowledge: current Australasian best practice

Ian Caddy, James Guthrie, Richard Petty

To date, managing intellectual capital has focussed on maximising possibilities to create knowledge, while minimising chances of losing knowledge. However, effective intellectual…


Fatal flaws: The acquisition of imperfect mental models and their use in hazardous situations

Judith Ann Chapman, Tania Ferfolja

This paper is concerned with the relationship between poor learning processes and the acquisition of imperfect mental models, and their consequences in workplace situations which…


Learning organisations: empirically investigating metaphors

Alexia Lennon, Andrew Wollin

When organisations succeed in developing and nurturing their organisational learning they create a form of intellectual capital that is difficult for competitors to imitate. Since…

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