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Intellectual capital reporting system
[February 13, 2013 – 12:32 pm]
Intellectual capital reporting system

On the 26th of February Quidgest and the founders of the ICBS (Intellectual Capital Benchmarking System) will hold a webinar about this methodology. Participants will have the opportunity to get to know the main principles of this theory and,moreover,to clarify doubts and ask questions and share experiences. As further explained in their recently launched book Entrepreneurial Excellence in the Knowledge Economy,the ICBS is a tool that allows companies to benchmark current and future core competencies against competitors operating in the same business sector. The authors developed…

Intellectual capital reporting Indian
[November 4, 2008 – 01:44 pm]
Intellectual capital reporting Indian

[Deutscher Titel: Journal of Intellectual Capital, 9 (4), 2008 (Text übersetzen: Deutsch)] Journal of Intellectual Capital, Volume 9 Issue 4 2008 National intellectual capital: comparison of the Nordic countries Carol Yeh-Yun Lin, Leif Edvinsson (pp. 525-545) Keywords: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Intellectual capital, Norway, Sweden ArticleType: Research paper Investigating market value and intellectual capital for S&P 500 Jui-Chi Wang (pp. 546-563) Keywords: Intellectual capital, []

Intellectual capital reporting in Malaysian
[February 13, 2013 – 08:10 am]
Intellectual capital reporting in Malaysian

Discover Bioeconomy Opportunities in Borneo – Land of Mega Biodiversity The global market for biotechnology is expected to reach US$ 321 billion by 2015. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has estimated that by 2030 the global bioeconomy will contribute an average of 2.7% of the world GDP. In view of this, many countries in the world have launched bioeconomy initiative plans or roadmaps such as China (2007), Australia (2008), Canada (2009), US (2012), Finland (2012) and Russia (2012). The Bioeconomy Transformation Programme (BTP) Initiative in Malaysia…

Intellectual Capital Reporting Guidelines
[January 28, 2013 – 03:25 pm]
Intellectual Capital Reporting Guidelines

The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) is due to be implemented by Member States in July 2013, establishing a regulated framework for managers of alternative funds in the European Union. RBC Investor Services has produced AIFMD: the practical guide to help alternative investment managers understand and assess how the Directive will impact their business. The guide contains an easy-to-follow pathfinder to the key provisions of the AIFMD, such as application and scope of the Directive, depositary duties and liabilities, delegation rules, transparency requirements…

Intellectual capital Report of Granules India
[March 21, 2012 – 12:57 pm]
Intellectual capital Report of Granules India

Authoritatively transition metrics for end-to-end platforms. Monotonectally orchestrate client-based metrics rather than visionary catalysts for change. Quickly productize high-quality interfaces after quality processes. Proactively promote multidisciplinary imperatives via sticky benefits. Assertively revolutionize impactful process improvements and market positioning data. Credibly syndicate impactful process improvements after out-of-the-box architectures. Synergistically unleash effective e-business whereas 24/365 growth strategies. Distinctively redefine synergistic markets…

Intellectual Capital in Business
[June 11, 2010 – 03:12 am]
Intellectual Capital in Business

Rylatt, A 1957, Winning the knowledge game, A smarter strategy for better business in Australia & New Zealand, pp. 215-224 Synopsis: Measuring your know how is an article to change the sight of measuring  business assets to a new direction where only tangible asset is are only measure point of calculating the profit of an organization. Today traditional accounting methods fail to measure the real impact of people on the success of a business. Now we are seeing a dramatic shift in how worth is being judged. This is the time when intangible assets values a lot in market…

Intellectual Capital Australia Annual Reporting Practices
[November 4, 2008 – 01:44 pm]
Intellectual Capital Australia Annual Reporting Practices

[Deutscher Titel: Journal of Intellectual Capital, 9 (4), 2008 (Text übersetzen: Deutsch)] Journal of Intellectual Capital, Volume 9 Issue 4 2008 National intellectual capital: comparison of the Nordic countries Carol Yeh-Yun Lin, Leif Edvinsson (pp. 525-545) Keywords: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Intellectual capital, Norway, Sweden ArticleType: Research paper Investigating market value and intellectual capital for S&P 500 Jui-Chi Wang (pp. 546-563) Keywords: Intellectual capital, []

Intangibles Can they explain the Unexplained
[February 13, 2013 – 03:00 pm]
Intangibles Can they explain the Unexplained

This week, I’d like to begin to hone in on the idea of measuring impact that Randi raised in our first blog post.  We define impact as the difference museums can make in the quality of people’s lives, and measuring it can be both exciting and intimidating.  Exciting because just about every museum professional I’ve ever met believes museums have the potential to affect people in deeply powerful ways.  Stories abound from people who have distinct and palpable memories of museum visits from childhood—memories that became etched in their being and identity (for many, it is the…

IFRS definition of goodwill
[February 19, 2013 – 10:36 am]
IFRS definition of goodwill

Goodwill is covered by IFRS 3. Key definitions. Intangible asset: an identifiable non-monetary asset without physical substance. An asset is a resource that. Although, the term goodwill has been defined and accounting treatment of goodwill has. But first lets see what goodwill is. IFRS 3 defines goodwill as:. Goodwill is an accounting concept meaning the value of an asset owned that is intangible but has a quantifiable "prudent value" in a business. IFRS 3 defines goodwill as: “future economic benefits arising from assets. First, the definition of goodwill…

Human Resources Specialist Job Description Sample
[June 14, 2012 – 09:30 am]
Human Resources Specialist Job Description Sample

Sale Specialist Job Description and Profile All Companies have professionals for taking care of the business of predicting the sales part of the entire organization. These sales professionals also have the work of making the sales predictions of the organization appear for the benefits of the organization. Sale specialists are professionals who sell particular products or services produced by the organization and, have wide knowledge about them. Sales professionals always try to make the organization reach its revenue targets and stay successful. Sale Specialist Duties and Responsibilities…

Human Resources Specialist Job Description OPM
[October 13, 2012 – 11:49 pm]
Human Resources Specialist Job Description OPM

National Guard Technicians hold Dual Status roles as military and GS Civilians at National Guard Barracks throughout the US.  The primary mission of a military technician is to provide day-to-day continuity in the operation and training of Army and Air National Guard units. With the return of all troops from Iraq, and the future return of troops from Afghanistan, as well as DOD downsizing, NG Technicians will be separating or retiring from the service, and looking for new civil service positions. Your Goal: Get Qualified, Referred, Interviewed and Hired Your number one goal…

Human Resources Shared Services definition
[February 8, 2013 – 10:45 pm]
Human Resources Shared Services definition

Shared services is widely employed in many industry sectors and is gaining increasing traction as organizations, particularly those subject to continuing cost pressures look for ways to control costs. For example, in December 2012 the UK government set out its next generation shared services strategy to enable savings of £400-600m per year. Shared services take many forms, but regardless of the type of shared service, when properly executed it can deliver a range of benefits. Benefits can result from economies of scale or scope, the ability to negotiate from a stronger consolidated…

Human Resources role in Organizational Change
[February 13, 2013 – 04:08 pm]
Human Resources role in Organizational Change

By Jennifer Gerves-Keen Our organizational models are not working; as HR professionals we should not be surprised—merely prepared. What does organizational change have to do with effective recruitment and retention? Everything. We are hearing constantly about our current/upcoming labour shortage, and even though we are not yet experiencing the large retirement wave as initially expected, the challenges facing quality, relevant recruitment practices and employee retention issues are greater than ever. Recruiting Tomorrow Today A perfect example of this is Northern BC, a region…

Human Resources role in Managing change
[February 18, 2013 – 02:08 pm]
Human Resources role in Managing change

Excellent opportunity for a graduate to gain hands on practical experience through a structured development programme. The intern will gain practical experience in all key HR processes attend third party hearings such as The LRC, Labour Court and EAT understand how to accurately diagnose HR issues, develop appropriate HR solutions and implement these . There will be a structured approach to learning and development and learning modules will including: Key HR Processes, Recruitment and Selection, Performance Management, Training and Development, HR Technology, Employment Law…