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Intangibles price determination
[January 22, 2018 – 08:11 am]
Intangibles price determination

Valuation for Financial Reporting: Intangible Assets, Goodwill, and Impairment Analysis, SFAS 141 & 142 by Michael J. Mard, James R. Hitchner, Steven D. Hyden, Mark L. Zyla Download Valuation for Financial Reporting: Intangible Assets, Goodwill, and Impairment Analysis, SFAS 141 & 142 Valuation for Financial Reporting: Intangible Assets, Goodwill, and Impairment Analysis, SFAS 141 & 142 Michael J. Mard, James R. Hitchner, Steven D. Hyden, Mark L. Zyla Language: English Page: 160 Format: pdf ISBN: 0471237531, 9780471237532 Publisher: From the Inside Flap…

Structural capital price determination
[January 12, 2018 – 07:44 am]
Structural capital price determination

Best Buy changes its policies in a last ditch effort to defend itself against the big bad Internet Just about every tech savvy consumer is guilty of it, but few choose to admit it. We see a product online, we fall in love with the features and price, but for some inexplicable reason we simply must fondle it in person before buying. Best Buy has often dismissed the showrooming phenomenon when speaking to shareholders during earnings calls, however it’s hard to sugar coat the reality that Amazon can easily offer lower prices without the constant drag that a brick and mortar store…

Valuating organizational learning
[December 13, 2017 – 05:43 am]
Valuating organizational learning

This will be a 2-part series on learning, beginning with the steps we all go through based on Bloom’s taxonomy of learning. Benjamin Bloom and a group of colleagues identified three domains of educational activities: cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. We all go through these stages subconsciously, but it helps to know them when trying to really understand how we can teach others. Also, by learning the domains, and stages within them, we can identify where each athlete falls at any point in the learning process. Cognitive  involves the development of intellectual skills and…

Reporting of intellectual capital
[December 5, 2017 – 05:30 am]
Reporting of intellectual capital

Synopsis Chapter 2 of the book by King and Anderson (2002), ‘Enhancing creativity at work’, attempts to: (1) provide a definition of creativity; (2) demonstrate different ways of measuring creativity; (3) outline methods for enhancing creativity and the generation of ideas; and (4) present how there can be advantages and disadvantages in attempting to select employees for their creativity. Their section on defining creativity shows well that creativity is a complex and difficult-to-define concept, but there are ways to understand it. Critique The discussion of measuring creativity…

Corporate intellectual property financial reporting
[November 27, 2017 – 05:20 am]
Corporate intellectual property financial reporting

When hiring a court reporting company , you’d want to hire one with a proven track record in their field of expertise. Choose one that has Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) and class-action experience plus office locations throughout the USA. This would assure clients of high quality services which are available across the country. Check out that the company has a stable group of court reporters and videographers in order to guarantee that your experience with them will be letter-perfect. One such company to consider is Huseby. Their key services include: National Court Reporting…

Human capital explanation
[November 21, 2017 – 05:11 am]
Human capital explanation

As promised here is my blog on Micro Theories. In my previous blog I defined micro theories as theories that attempt to explain specific social phenomenon in a broader social system. There are many micro theories developed by prominent researchers identifying social phenomenon. Few prominent theories are as follows: STRENGTH OF WEAK TIES Granovetter(1973) asserts that acquaintances (weak ties) are less likely to be socially involved with one another than close friends (strong ties). Thus the set of people made up of any individual and his or her acquaintances comprises a low-density…

What is organizational learning?
[November 19, 2017 – 05:11 am]
What is organizational learning?

As we continue our discussion of exemplars of Learning Organizations, I am finding a common thread. These organizations tend to be innovative. They ask themselves, “What can we do to be more effective, more efficient, more customer focused…” Then they act on it, they take responsibility and act on it. It seems too that they have the authority to do so. I think that a lot of us have wonderful, creative ideas, however, there is no authority from uppermanagement to the line staff to take action. We do not feel empowered. I once went to a roundtable discussion that had nothing to…

Price determination of corporate resources
[November 11, 2017 – 04:56 am]
Price determination of corporate resources

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Acquisition of intellectual company
[October 30, 2017 – 04:32 am]
Acquisition of intellectual company

The recent acquisition of M-Audio paints a larger picture of the audio industry. On July 2nd, when Avid announced that it was selling off multiple audio and video product lines, it was easy to miss the big picture. More Avid layoffs accompanied the news, and many people focused on the negative as Pro Tools users fretted about the future of their long-familiar DAW and I/O hardware provider. But there’s two sides to every story, and the positive angle was that the respected M-Audio product line, along with the less-visible AIR Software Group, had a welcoming new home: Rhode Island-based…

Explanation of intellectual capital
[October 26, 2017 – 04:20 am]
Explanation of intellectual capital

Interactive Solutions is a new venture by Affordable Adventures, catering for the need for a new, fresh and interactive approach to the MICE, HRand marketing industries.Partners like Servolution have joined us in providing a pool of talent to enable Affordable Adventures to offer value added interactive sessions with possibilities for further involvement by our resident experts. On the other hand, by adopting and training with Ethiosys, we now can combine their customer-centric approach via Innovation Games with our corporate entertainment products to create an unbeatable package.Innovation…

Explain software code
[October 24, 2017 – 04:19 am]
Explain software code

The first time I used the mobile barcode known as a QR Code, I was disappointed. The code was for a product at a local retailer. Instead of an offer, a list of innovative uses, or even product instructions, I was taken to a screen to register for their newsletter. Why would I register for their newsletter when I wasn’t even sure I liked their product yet? I didn’t register.   I tried a few other codes that I found in magazines, at coffee shops and even from direct mailings. Not one of them impressed me. In fact, they were such a disappointment I disregarded QR codes as something…

What is software code?
[October 20, 2017 – 04:07 am]
What is software code?

The thought that everyone should learn to write software is gaining steam. Even New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg promised to learn to code this year. (It’s unclear if he’s followed through, but Bloomberg was a computer science major so he probably still knows his way around a keyboard.) The thinking is that if all the people who use software actually understand how to build software, everyone’s better off. FreeCause, a Boston-based arm of Rakuten, a Japanese e-commerce company, is teaching all 60 employees JavaScript as part of an effort to narrow the tech divide, according…

Brand acquitions
[October 14, 2017 – 03:58 am]
Brand acquitions

[Nectar Ales Black Xantus - courtesy of Dr on Flickr] (Mt. Pleasant, SC) – BeerPulse caught up with Total Beverage Solution CEO, Dave Pardus, on Monday after the company’s just-announced acquisition of the Nectar Ales brand family from Firestone Walker Brewing. Twice during the call, Pardus noted that they were still “trying to get their arms around [the purchase].” Word traveled fast. The two companies just inked the deal on Thursday night with First Beverage Financial aiding in the process. Less than 24 hours later, news leaked out on the internet. On Monday, Pardus was on…

Corporate capital valuation
[October 12, 2017 – 03:55 am]
Corporate capital valuation

Bill Cohan is the latest columnist to wonder how on earth Mitt Romney’s retirement account got so incredibly large — as much as $102 million — given the limits on the amount of money employees can put in such things each year. Nicholas Shaxson asked similar questions in Vanity Fair this month, and both of them cited the work of the WSJ’s Mark Maremont to help explain what might be going on; Cohan might want to update his link, since the Maremont article he links to is not the one with the real juice. Maremont explains that when Bain bought a company, it wouldn’t just create…