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How to evaluate intellectual capital?
[January 21, 2013 – 09:14 am]
How to evaluate intellectual capital?

In the classic business literature it is hard to find the clause about the competences and the value of know how in end results. Since ideally it is assumed that businesses are managed with high experienced managers and enterprise has/can get all competence assets any time. This makes our university level  business education much more easy, where with quantitative terms we can relate the inputs and outputs to each other.  Every business is a promise to earn more profit on current assets much more than other ones. That’s why one company can attract funds and another is challenged…

Price determination of intellectual capital
[August 9, 2011 – 09:54 am]
Price determination of intellectual capital

Three years ago I published a book of short stories in Israel.The publishing house belongs to Israel s leading andexceedingly wealthy newspaper. I signed a contract which statedthat I am entitled to receive of the income from the sales ofthe book after commissions payable to distributors, shops, etc.A few months later , I won the coveted Prize of theMinistry of Education for short prose. The prize money a fewthousand DMs was snatched by the publishing house on the legalgrounds that all the money generated by the book belongs to thembecause they own the copyright.In the mythology…

How to evaluate structural capital?
[May 26, 2011 – 02:52 pm]
How to evaluate structural capital?

There are essentially two distinct basic strategies for startup entrepreneurs to raise a seed round of capital: Subscription approach – An entrepreneur sets a structure (usually a convertible note) and recruits individual angel investors who subscribe to the round, all without a term-driving lead investor. Term-driving investor approach – An entrepreneur finds a lead (quasi-)institutional venture investor to price and set the structure/dynamics of the round, working together to bring in additional syndicate partners (either/both other funds and individual angels). (Sometimes…

Corporate intellectual property reporting
[September 28, 2010 – 10:19 am]
Corporate intellectual property reporting

Congratulations to LAGBAC’s board members elected in 2012. Each will be serving a 2-year term. DeJohn Allen, Associate, Reed Smith (not yet admitted to practice law in Illinois) David Amen, Assistant Cook County States Attorney Nicole Bashor, Associate, Quarles & Brady Jeremy Gottschalk, Vice President of Corporate Strategy and General Counsel, Sittercity, Inc. Malcolm “Skip” Harsch, Associate Director, Center for CLE, American Bar Association James Nawrocki, Partner, Goldberg, Weisman & Cairo Aaron Rosenthal, (not yet admitted to practice law in Illinois) Moses…

Evaluation of intellectual company
[February 7, 2011 – 09:11 am]
Evaluation of intellectual company

INTRODUCTION JKUAT is pleased to announce the 2012 Call for Proposals for the Innovation Fund. The purpose of the fund is to support the application of new ideas and skills in turning research results into innovations (value creation) . The innovation could include the up-scaling of new products, technologies, processes and services and bringing them closer to the market for accelerated industrial and socio-economic development in the country; setting up demonstration for adoption of innovative technologies; pilot testing project products arising from adoption of innovative…

Organisational capital price determination
[December 24, 2010 – 11:22 am]
Organisational capital price determination

A guide to outsourcing FM services is provided by  RICHARD NEUMAN , partner at Relocation Management Solutions. British author, John Ruskin once said, “It is unwise to pay too much, but it is worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose a little money. When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the thing it was bought to do. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add something for the risk you run, and if you do that you will have enough to pay for something better.” When the decision to outsource…

Intellectual capital explanation
[February 17, 2013 – 08:00 am]
Intellectual capital explanation

David Glasner: I Figured Out What Scott Sumner Is Talking About « Uneasy Money: Paul Krugman and Simon Wren-Lewis pounced on this assertion, arguing that Ricardian equivalence actually reinforces the stimulative effect of government spending financed by taxes, because consumption smoothing implies that a temporary increase in taxation would cause current consumption to fall by less than would a permanent increase in taxation…. Now this response by Krugman and Wren-Lewis was just a bit opportunistic and disingenuous, the standard explanation for a balanced-budget multiplier equal…

Intellectual resources price determination
[June 22, 2011 – 02:17 pm]
Intellectual resources price determination

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Relational capital reporting
[March 27, 2011 – 02:41 pm]
Relational capital reporting

Of the three components of Intellectual Capital - Human, Structural and Relational – it is most difficult perhaps to understand the contribution and value of Relational Capital in real life. I decided therefore to focus this week on the one industry that contributes immensely, entirely and solely to the Relational Capital of its Customers. I am referring here to the multi-billion dollar packaging industry dominated by players such as Tetra Pak, Alcan Packaging, Crown Holdings, Alcoa, Amcor, Rexam, etc.  The importance of packaging is critical to the successful selling of any…

How to buy patent?
[January 6, 2012 – 11:09 am]
How to buy patent?

For the uninitiated, finding translators sounds easy. Often, inexperienced company executives just entering the international market talk about translating as if it were simple a skill requiring little more than bilingual literacy. In fact, it is much more than that. In a recent article in World Intellectual Property Review, MultiLing CEO Michael Sneddon and translation expert Heide Ruplinger explain why good translation is so important in the patent industry. “Just as writing a patent requires specific expertise, translating one requires the same expertise with the additional…

Acquisition of human resources
[March 12, 2012 – 10:50 am]
Acquisition of human resources

Introduction: Human Resource Accounting (HRA) is a new branch of accounting. It is based on the traditional concept that all expenditure of human capital formation is treated as a charge against the revenue of the period as it does not create any physical asset. But now a day this concept has changed and the cost incurred on any asset (as human resources ) should be capitalised as it yields benefits measurable in monetary terms. Human Resource Accounting means accounting for people as the organisational resources. It is the measurement of the cost and value of people to organisations…

Price determination of customer capital
[August 29, 2010 – 12:28 pm]
Price determination of customer capital

It is important to understand what effect the price that you choose for your product will have on your business finances. The impact of the price that you set will determine whether or not your business operates financially strong or suffers from a low cash flow. It is important to understand that setting the right price the first time a product is launched is crucial. If you have to reset the price on your product you will most likely lose sales because of it. In addition, it is important to understand that pricing to low can be a serious problem as well. While you don’t want…

Explanation of customer capital
[December 3, 2010 – 08:54 am]
Explanation of customer capital

Right answers to wrong questions virtually guarantee failure. Innovators betting on "out of the box" thinking or "faster, better, cheaper" innovation paradigms for success all too frequently find themselves — and their customers — disappointed. Asking "how can we build a better mousetrap? " in an era of touchscreen and haptic virtuosity is not a recipe for success. Just-in-time innovation healing the pains customers have in the "here and now" may be wonderful — but it's the very definition of tactical…

Selling goodwill
[December 22, 2011 – 10:25 am]
Selling goodwill

This video is really interesting. Check it out: So basically, an Ebayer goes around to six Goodwill stores and buys a bunch of stuff. He claims that he will be able to sell everything on ebay for a $1 profit. What I like about this video is that it gives me an idea of what kind of stuff I should be looking for at Goodwill. Here is a list of the items he bought: -Golf polo t-shirts -Talk Boy cassette player -Ink cartridges -Hair rollers -Electric Scooter -Camcorder -Fabric Steamer -Braun Shaver -Conair Instant Heat -Dreamcast Controller -iFit training cards -Headset -Weight Watcher…