Unleashing Intellectual CapitaleBook - 2000
Unleashing Intellectual Capital reveals breakthrough principles for structuring Knowledge Age organizations. It helps leaders and knowledge professionals better understand how human nature supports or undermines voluntary workplace collaboration and innovation-vital sources of competitive advantage in business. Integrating the latest insights from diverse scientific disciplines, the book reestablishes some very basic truths about human innate behavior that determine how people best work together and are managed, or in some cases "unmanaged." Using understandable and practical models, Unleashing Intellectual Capital explains human nature and offers readers a comprehensive framework they can use to generate sustained high levels of intellectual capital within their own organizations while at the same time reducing workplace violence. Demonstrates clearly what ails most knowledge-based organizations today-the gap between unchanging human nature and management systems. Illustrates how the latest research in a variety of fields can redefine management. Provides the most comprehensive framework to date for generating, capturing and leveraging intellectual capital based on a thorough understanding of human nature.
Publisher: Boston : Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xix, 200 pages) : illustrations