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How to buy relational capital?
[May 19, 2016 – 11:47 am]
How to buy relational capital?

As I keep reading more and more about outsourcing and meeting and discussing matters with industry players, the more it becomes clear that effective communication is the key to project success. And despite that, the importance of measuring quality of communication in an organisation is not getting the importance that it deserves. As more and more companies consider  outsourcing to achieve cost reduction and process efficiency, it becomes clear that the strength of the network becomes the focal point. This is essentially, relational capital, which would form the competitive advantage…

Definition of structural capital
[May 11, 2016 – 11:33 am]
Definition of structural capital

This lit review (of sorts) was written as the final paper for a course on Urban Social Networks taught by Zak Neal in the Soc department at MSU (after this class, I asked Zak to join my dissertation committee and he agreed. Hooray!). It teases out some of the ideas I’ve been trying to think through to relate this strange ambiguous concept of “social entrepreneurship” with social networks and social movements. Specifically, I ask how scholars of entrepreneurship versus scholars of social movements think about network capital, or  patterns of relationships. In the entrepreneurship…

Explain human capital
[May 7, 2016 – 11:30 am]
Explain human capital

Haplogroups statistically explain 50% of the IQ variance among 42 nations. The amount explained is approximately the same as found by Rindermann et al.; the novelty of this paper is that a globally representative sample is used. Lynn and Vanhanen’s new book, Intelligence: A Unifying Construct for the Social Sciences, which contains updated national IQs for 161 nations is due to release July 16th, so an enterprising researcher can soon replicate the results using a more comprehensive data bank. A novel extension of this line of research would be to look at the National K variance…

Definition of customer capital
[April 27, 2016 – 11:01 am]
Definition of customer capital

For quickly growing startup or expansion-stage software companies, raising venture capital should be cause for celebration. Champagne bottles should pop, high fives should ensue, and every stakeholder should salivate over the ways in which the business can leverage its cash infusion to scale and drive future growth. And while most investments start that way, it isn’t long before some companies’ euphoria gives way to disaster. Unfortunately, starting from the notorious “Webvan” of the dotcom bubble, the high tech “deadpool” is infamously littered with many examples of ventures…

Evaluation of human capital
[April 23, 2016 – 10:56 am]
Evaluation of human capital

PDRI, an SHL company Location: Baltimore and Columbia, MD PDRI, a premier human capital consulting firm for over 35 years, is currently looking for talented individuals to join our fast-paced and growing consulting organization in the Baltimore, MD area. PDRI has a rich history in designing, developing, and implementing customized and innovative solutions to meet complex, sensitive, and unique human capital challenges. Our consultants work in a team-based environment to identify client needs and develop and implement custom solutions to meet those needs. PDRI offers its employees…

Corporate resources price determination
[April 7, 2016 – 10:16 am]
Corporate resources price determination

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Explain customer capital
[March 18, 2016 – 09:25 am]
Explain customer capital

Right before the release of my book, Pricing Strategy, the husband of my boss asked me to tell him what pricing strategy is all about, and he said “make it simple, I don’t want the details.”  I knew he was serious. And I knew he was smart. With my boss, who is also the Chair of the DePaul Marketing Department sitting right next to him, I knew this was a “make-it-or-break-it” moment. After researching and writing for years, how was I to explain the entire body of thought on pricing in 15 seconds or less? I took a sip of my beverage then dove into with full blunt force: “There…

Reporting of relational capital
[February 27, 2016 – 08:56 am]
Reporting of relational capital

As the attack on workers and the unemployed – and its horrendous human consequences - gathers pace, so the plunge into what Barbara Ehrenreich calls the post-rational[1] accelerates with it. The brutality of 21st-century capitalism, like the movie bankrobber in a clown mask, wears the rictus grin of malevolent good cheer. “Think of it as a massive experiment in mind control. “Reality sucks, ” a computer scientist with a master’s degree who can find only short-term, benefit-free contract jobs told me. But you can’t change reality, at least not in any easy and obvious way. You…

Buying intellectual resources
[February 25, 2016 – 08:33 am]
Buying intellectual resources

Guardian | The global battle for natural resources – from food and water to energy and precious metals – is only beginning, and will intensify to proportions that could mean enormous upheavals for every country, leading academics and business figures told a conference in Oxford on Thursday. Sir David King, former chief scientific adviser to the UK government, who convened the two-day Resource 2012 conference, told the Guardian: We are nowhere near realising the full impact of this yet. We have seen the first indications – rising food prices, pressure on water supplies, a land…

Organisational capital explanation
[February 11, 2016 – 07:10 am]
Organisational capital explanation

The U. S. An is among the most preferred destinations for immigration and NY is among one of the most preferred towns by folks from across the entire world. Immigration of folk from one country to another has been going on for several years. There are several legal things that must be considered before it is possible for you to become the resident of any country. So if you belong to another country and wish to settle down in N. Y, you'll have to hire immigration counsel in NY. The laws relating to immigration are extremely complicated containing miniscule legal subtleties…

Selling organizational capital structure
[February 3, 2016 – 06:50 am]
Selling organizational capital structure

As discussed here in April (see this post), Spain s banking system needs Ireland-style bank recapitalization. And that s precisely what Spain s banks are going to get. The bad bank entity, unceremoniously named the Asset Management Company (AMC), will become the proud owner of bad property loans. This is the equivalent of the Irish Bank Resolution Corp. FSF bonds will be used instead of cash for recapitalization (discussed here back in June). The banks as well as AMC will be able to use the EFSF bonds as collateral at the ECB. Source: Barclays Capital he theory that somehow…

Definition of copyrighted material
[February 1, 2016 – 06:41 am]
Definition of copyrighted material

Fredrik at Crooked Moon writes, in a disillusioned, very critical way, about American influences on “IP” (I myself have a problem with that abbreviation) law and the politics of file-sharing in Sweden. He notes how connecting file-sharing with terrorism has been a cunning rhetorical tactic among corporate hard-liners and DRM advocates. However, using questionable methods themselves (remember the Sony rootkit conundrum and note the current rumour that AT&T forwards all Internet traffic to the panopticon-like National Security Agency), the credibility of these corporate…

Structural capital acquitions
[January 28, 2016 – 06:27 am]
Structural capital acquitions

MCC Announces New Board Member KD Acharya of Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP Accountants and Advisors uldeepak Acharya, CPA - Partner Kuldeepak (KD) Acharya, CPA, is an accounting and audit partner at Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP. He advises clients on a wide range of industries including manufacturing and distribution, construction, apparel and textile, and entertainment and advertising. As a founding member of the Citi-Anchin Indian Business Initiative, KD works with Indian businesses on foreign trade and tax issues, helping them to navigate complicated international…

Organisational capital financial reporting
[January 26, 2016 – 06:19 am]
Organisational capital financial reporting

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