Strategies for Information Technology and Intellectual Capital: Challenges and Opportunities

Strategies for Information Technology and Intellectual Capital: Challenges and Opportunities

Luiz Antonio Joia (Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration and Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil)
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Release Date: February, 2007|Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 276
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-081-3
ISBN13: 9781599040813|ISBN10: 1599040816|EISBN13: 9781599040837
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Description:

Due to the increasing importance of the intangible assets of a company, firms are now concerned with how best to manage and measure knowledge and other intangibles. In addition to this, information technology has drastically changed the way these measurements are managed.

Strategies for Information Technology and Intellectual Capital: Challenges and Opportunities presents efficient ways for executives and practitioners to understand the impact of IT on the intellectual capital of their firms, as well as search for a new mandate for management in the knowledge economy that takes into consideration the pervasive role of IT on their competitive boundaries. Strategies for Information Technology and Intellectual Capital: Challenges and Opportunities provides a detailed synopsis on the history, origin, taxonomies, ontologies, measurement models, and dynamics of intellectual capital.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Financial Valuation of Intangibles
  • Human Capital Architecture
  • IC-Based Taxonomy
  • ICT for Knowledge and Intellectual Capital Management
  • Impact of Information Technology on a Firm’s Intellectual Capital
  • Impact of Intranets and Portals on Organizational Capital
  • Impact of RFID Technology on a Firm’s Customer Capital
  • Information Technology
  • Intellectual Capital
  • Intellectual Capital in Knowledge-Intensive Firms
  • Knowledge Sharing
  • Measurement Models
  • Social Capital
  • Strategic management research
Reviews and Testimonials

"The field of intellectual capital represents one of the most important management disciplines of this century. This particular volume represents some of the best ideas and research related to the field. The collection of contributors is truly top-notch and the significance of their contributions is well worth having this book in your library".

– Dr. Nick Bontis, Director. Institute for Intellectual Capital Research; Hamilton, Canada
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Luiz Antonio Joia is an Associate Professor and Academic Coordinator of the MBA Program at Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration - Getulio Vargas Foundation, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and also an Adjunct Professor of Rio de Janeiro State University. He is B.Sc. in Engineering from the Militar Institute of Engineering, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, M.Sc and D.Sc. in Production Engineering from Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and post-graduated in Management Studies – Oxford University. He has published widely in international journals like: Internet Research, Journal of Workplace Learning, International Journal of Information Management, Journal of Intellectual Capital, Journal of Knowledge Management. He serves as a Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Intellectual Capital, MCB University Press. He consulted with the World Bank from 1999 to 2000.
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