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Collecting Intellectual capital is one of the surest ways to combat the existing and 'completely inescapable' competition that is faced by organizations. This can be turned into a sharp competitive advantage to help make way through the entangled mesh of strengths and weaknesses of both the concerned organization and its competitors.
The fact that intellectual capital is intangible in nature creates whole lot of problems in its assessment.
However, there is no way but to devise a methodology somehow for putting value to this intangible asset.
Using a scorecard to accomplish this is something that will take away the woes of addressing the subject of valuation of Intellectual capital. One can frame suitable indicators to measure the manner in which efforts have been taking place to enhance intellectual capital.
Adoption of this strategy is particularly mandatory for the companies involved in knowledge based industry as brainstorming sessions and discussions are at times the most potent way of resolving issues and coming up with solutions. Also, for deciding the direction in which to take the R&D efforts is a critical subject that demands poling of ideas and thoughts.
This is the actual scorecard with Intellectual Capital Performance Indicators and performance indicators. The performance indicators include: intellectual capital, financial perspective, revenues per employee, revenues from new customers, profits from new operations, customer perspective, customers gained versus lost, sales contacts to sales closed, process perspective, pcs per employee, processing time, it capacity – cpu, renewal and development, satisfied employee index, training to administrative expense, average age of patents, human perspective, managers with advanced degrees, annual turnover of staff, leadership index.
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