Intelectual Capital Dynamics

Škec, Stanko and Štorga, Mario (2014) Intelectual Capital Dynamics. = Intelectual Capital Dynamics. EUREKA 8723 VISINEV projekt.

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The dynamic perspective of the intellectual capital is based on the idea that knowledge can be considered as flow, or stock and flows. According to Nissen, “To the extent that organizational knowledge does not exist in the form needed for application or at the place and time required to enable work performance, then it must flow from how it exists and where it is located to how and where it is needed. This is the concept of knowledge flows (Nissen 2006). Also, intangible assets may have interactions and can be transformed through production process such that they are in a continuous dynamics. As Kianto explains (2007), dynamism can be injected into the static resource architectures by examining interrelations and interdependencies between various resources. However, this interpretation is incomplete since flow implies a field of pressure which is not evident in this situation.

Item Type: Other
Keywords (Croatian): intellectual capital, dynamics
Subjects: TECHNICAL SCIENCE > Mechanical Engineering
Divisions: 100 Department of Design > 110 Chair of Design
Date Deposited: 19 Sep 2016 14:08
Last Modified: 19 Sep 2016 14:08

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