Journal of Intellectual Capital: Volume 3 Issue 4


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The intangible/intellectual resource “curse”: Symptoms and cures

Milorad M. Novicevic, Michael Harvey, Niranjan Pati, Thomas Kuffel, Thomas Hench

This paper examines the limits of pragmatism in strategy formulation in the new, knowledge‐rich economy. By tracing the history of pragmatism in social and management thought, and…


Managing intellectual property: a strategic point of view

Michele Smith, Frederick Hansen

In the new knowledge economy, intellectual property has become an important strategic issue. However, in many firms, the management of intellectual property (IP) is still…


The influence of social interaction on knowledge creation

Alton Chua

Examines the influence of social interaction on the process of knowledge creation. A cross‐sectional study was conducted in an Institute of Higher Education to determine the…


Organizational memory and intellectual capital

Mark N. Wexler

Organizational memory (OM) is a branch of collective memory studies tied to instrumental action which seeks to enhance the organization’s intellectual capital by aiding…


Leveraging intellectual capital through product and process management of human capital

William H.A. Johnson

The current framework of intellectual capital is examined. It is argued that transformation of human capital into structural capital is counter‐productive for certain types of…


Expertise cycle – an advanced method for sharing expertise

Katja Karhu

Sharing expertise is a growing field of interest because of the increased amount of available information, turnover of experts and globalization of companies. Sharing expertise is…

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