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reading enjoyment we selected the very best books in this category.
|Intellectual Capital : The New Wealth of Organizations,|
by Thomas A. Stewart
Intellectual capital is a brand-new concept for a brand-new way of doing
business. It involves looking at products, processes, and people in order to
profit from the intelligence it contains. This brave book by the foremost
authority on the subject tells how, why, and what this revolution means.
Intellectual Capital is a groundbreaking book, visionary in scope and
immediately practical in application. It offers powerful new ways of looking
at what companies do and how to lead them. This is the first book to show
how to turn the untapped, unmapped knowledge of an organization into its
greatest competitive weapon. It reveals how to unlock the value of hidden
assets; how to find them in the talent of a company's people, the loyalty of
its customers, and the collective knowledge embodied in an organization's
culture, systems, and processes. And it shows how to manage these vital
assets - which until now have largely been ignored.
Amazon.com's price: $18.90
|Intellectual Capital : Realizing Your Company's True Value by Finding Its Hidden Roots,|
by Leif Edvinsson, Michael S. Malone
Realize your company's true value by finding its hidden brainpower. One of
the world's leading authorities on intellectual capital cites case studies
of Microsoft, IBM, Netscape, and other organizations, to demonstrate how to
quantify and develop the elusive skills and ideas of "people behind the
scenes." Leif Edvinsson is Director of Intellectual Capital at Skandia, one
of Europe's most respected and forward-thinking financial firms. Michael S.
Malone is a noted high-tech journalist.
Amazon.com's price: $17.50
|The New Organizational Wealth : Managing & Measuring Knowledge-Based Assets,|
by Karl Erik Sveiby
This groundbreaking book offers practical advice and rules of thumb for
designing a business strategy that focuses on knowledge as an intangible
asset. In eight chapters, Sveiby assembles a veritable toolbox of
knowledge-based management techniques to enable managers to meet the new
business challenges of the coming century. 28 charts; 16 tables.
Amazon.com's price: $20.97
- Other titles
- Intellectual Capital, by Annie Brooking
- Intelligent Enterprise : A Knowledge and Service Based Paradigm for Industry, by James Brian Quinn
- Knowledge Works : Managing Intellectual Capital at Toshiba, by W. Mark Fruin
- Profiting from Intellectual Capital : Extracting Value from Innovation, by Patrick H. Sullivan
- The Strategic Management of Intellectual Capital: Resources for the Knowledge-Based Economy, David A. Klein (Editor)
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