Intellectual Capital Revisited: Paradoxes in the Knowledge Intensive Organization

Intellectual Capital Revisited: Paradoxes in the Knowledge Intensive Organization

By: Cristina Chaminade (editor), Bino Catasus (editor)Hardback

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Critically reviews the virtues and shortcomings of intellectual capital as a managerial concept.

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Contents:1. Intellectual Capital - Paradoxes and ExpansionsBino Catasus and Cristina Chaminade2. The Archaeology of 'Intellectual Capital': A Battle between ConceptsUlf Johanson and Johan Henningsson3. Work-Related Wellbeing: A Precondition for Intellectual CapitalGuy Ahonen, Tomi Hussi and Susanne Schunder-Tatzber4. The Principle of Connectivity: Networked Assets, Strategic Capabilities and Bundled OutcomesErik Bjurstrom and Hanno Roberts5. Reinventing the University as Driving Force of Intellectual CapitalBino Catasus and Bengt Kristensson Uggla6. Conceptualising IC Management in R&D Organizations: Future Scenarios from the Complexity Theory PerspectiveKarl-Heinz Leitner and David O'Donnell7. Colliding Discourses? New Public Management from an Intellectual Capital PerspectiveRoland Almqvist and Matti Skoog8. Strategic Change in Mature Sectors: When and How is Intellectual Capital Relevant?Cristina Chaminade and Jan Vang9. How Top Managers Mobilise and Understand Representations on Intellectual Capital?Mette Rosenkrands Johansen10. Intellectual Capital and the Choices Towards the Future Reporting and ManagementJan Mouritsen

Product Details

  • publication date: 27/11/2007
  • ISBN13: 9781845429102
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 208
  • ID: 9781845429102
  • ISBN10: 1845429109

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