November, 2014 Coursework Essay Why would companies choose to disclose Intellectual Capital information in the narrative sections of corporate annual reports? Word Court: Page Court: 7 Introduction The importance of Intellectual Capital information (IC) has been increased in the current economic. It refers to intangible resources which create company value (Ashton, 2005). Human capital, structural capital and relational capital are the main categories of IC (Meritum 2002).
106 The Influence of Human Capital on Company Performance: A Preliminary Study of Telekom Malaysia http://jis.uum.edu.my Mohamad Hanapi Mohamad Universiti Utara Malaysia Mazlan Ismail Telekom Malaysia Background The telecommunication industry has entered a very competitive environment for the past few decades and the industry has been deregulated. The Malaysian government has established a vision to be a developed nation by year 2020 and the deregulation of telecommunication services is
Organizational performance (OP) catches an important element in case of empirical research in business policy. Researchers often consider deliberately the performance of organizations on the basis of • Structure • Strategy and • Planning Several researchers like Gregory et al. examined the following three most important frameworks that could be used to conceptualize the organizational performance (OP). • Goal approach • System resource approach • Constituency approach Under the goal approach,
INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL AND CORPORATE PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA BANKS Dr.Egungwu, Ikenna Banking & Finance Department, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Anambra State, Nigeria E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Egungwu, Ngozi Ursula Accountancy Department, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Anambra State, Nigeria E-mail: email@example.com Abstract This study is on the interaction between corporate performance variables and Intellectual capital
Topic: Knowledge Management and Intellectual capital AUTHORS: D GUPTA B PRUDHVI M KIRAN REDDY Abstract: Knowledge is something that comes from information processed by using data. It includes experience, values, insights, and contextual information and helps in evaluation and incorporation of new experiences and creation of new knowledge. People use their knowledge in making decisions as well as many
This paper is the study and suggestion on how higher education manages intellectual capital in their organisation to sustain their reputations. HMIC5503 Managing Intellectual Capital in Higher Education Gomalah Ganasun – November 25, 2014 HMIC5503 November 25, 2014 Managing Intellectual Capital in Higher Education Introduction New government and private universities are endlessly forming. The extended competition within the higher education to be the best is also occurring. Institution that provides
singh ID: 1242222 Lecturer: Helen Tregidga Abstract The objective of this essay is to research about integrated reporting and write about the concept and it’s implication on accounting practises. For the research I used journal articles to help me understand and explain the concept of integrated reporting. The results which I obtained from the research are that integrated reporting is very useful for organisations because it helps to develop new understanding of corporate
A Brief Overview of Intellectual Capital and Analysis of the Edvinsson/Malone Framework Introduction Accounting is a science based on observation. As companies change, the way accountants observe companies must change. Traditional balance sheets, income statements, and statement of cash flows no longer adequately describe a company due to the rapid growth of knowledge-based companies, especially in technological sectors. The Internet and a growth in service industries are also accelerating
networks that they are built. Martin-de-Castro et.al. (2011) suggests three basic components of human capital include (i) knowledge that is embedded in the organization's employees both tacit and explicit, covering education and training; (ii) ability, experience and skills; (iii) personal behavior, attitude toward the task, work and organization. Thus, the behavior is a dimension of human capital. Katz and Kahn (1966) define behavior in the context of role in organization. Role behavior is repetitive
human value management, examines the relationships between organizations’ competitiveness, innovation advancements, and knowledge management and presents a set of considerations regarding how these relationships affect strategic management and the formulation of competitive strategies. By considering how knowledge development is related with personal characteristics and personal development, this study review attempts to provide useful insights on the linkages between innovation and competitiveness.