Knowledge Management and intellectual capital

Knowledge Management and intellectual capital

Per Nikolaj Bukh, Karina Skovvang Christensen & Jan Mouritsen. Knowledge Management & Intellectual Capital - Establishing a field of Practice. Udgivet 2005, Palgrave Macmillan.

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Evidence of recent years’ increasing interest in knowledge can be observed not only in management literature but also in companies. The introduction of new views has taken place under headings as knowledge management and intellectual capital.  Several new methods and techniques have been introduced involving many different management areas. 

From various angles and perspectives this book shows how knowledge management is actually practised in many different European firms. New dimensions of well-known management principles and concepts emerge by focusing on knowledge. Leading researchers and experts from European business schools offer new insight into the range of practical problems that can be addressed and methods that can be applied when knowledge is put on the management agenda.

Read chapters from the book:

Bukh, Per Nikolaj, Karina Skovvang Christensen & Jan Mouritsen. 2004 New Economy, New Theory, New Practice? 

Bukh, Per Nikolaj & Karina Skovvang Christensen. 2004 Knowledge Management: Two perspectives

Bukh, Per Nikolaj, Jan Mouritsen & Karina Skovvang Christensen. 2004. Intellectual capital: managing and reporting on knowledge resources.

Bukh, Per Nikolaj, Mette Rosenkrands Johansen & Jan Mouritsen. 2004 Developing the strategy for knowledge management

Bang, Heine Kaasgaard & Karina Skovvang Christensen. 2004. Managing knowledge at FKI Logistex Chrisplant: Perspectices and challenges.

Bukh, Per Nikolaj, Karina Skovvang Christensen & Jan Mouritsen. 2004. Concluding remarks.