The Implications Related to Different IC, Different Projects and Different Thinking Addressing the Common Core of IC

Peter Lindgren, Kristin Margrethe Saghaug

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    Abstract

    Purpose - In the field of innovation of business models on behalf of networks of different intellectual capabilities (ICA), the development of Intellectual Capital (IC) are highly in focus. An increased work of innovation in groups, projects and by individuals outside the core of the organization challenge the development of IC:

    - The IC at the organizational level seems to diminish when innovation gets highly dispersed and is operated outside the core of the organization

    - The attractiveness of the organization to different ICA, which is one fundament to sustainable and successful innovation, seems to fall when the IC at the organizational core level diminishes

    The objective of this paper is therefore to understand

    1) How the IC at the organizational core level may continue to be developed, when at the same time innovation is taking place in dispersed groups and projects.

    2) How to motivate the different ICA´s to bring learning and knowledge back to the core with the purpose to develop IC at the organizational core level.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationIFKAD 2009 - International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics and  Intellectual Asset Centre Congress, "Intellectual Capital Management and Innovation Capacity"
    Number of pages17
    Publication date2009
    Publication statusPublished - 2009
    EventThe Implications Related to Different IC, Different Projects and Different Thinking Addressing the Common Core of IC - Glasgow, United Kingdom
    Duration: 17 Feb 200918 Feb 2009

    Conference

    ConferenceThe Implications Related to Different IC, Different Projects and Different Thinking Addressing the Common Core of IC
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityGlasgow
    Period17/02/200918/02/2009

    Keywords

    • Intellectual capital
    • Relation based intellectual capital
    • Innovation
    • Business Model
    • Theology

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    Lindgren, P., & Saghaug, K. M. (2009). The Implications Related to Different IC, Different Projects and Different Thinking Addressing the Common Core of IC. In IFKAD 2009 - International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics and  Intellectual Asset Centre Congress, "Intellectual Capital Management and Innovation Capacity"