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How to buy organizational intellectual property?
[November 12, 2010 – 08:23 am]
How to buy organizational intellectual property?

It seems we are to get Open Access in the UK whether we like it or not. It is, though, interesting to note how cavalier some people are about others’ intellectual property rights. A conspicuous absence from the Finch committee that reported on the issue was anybody who represented the interests of authors, from the Writers Guild or the Authors Licensing and Copyright Society, for instance. Similar bodies also seem to have been excluded from the EU discussions that have generated the proposed requirement for Open Access under the new Horizon funding programme. In effect, we are…

Knowledge management reporting
[December 16, 2011 – 10:19 am]
Knowledge management reporting

[IFAD social reporting blog] However, the China country office then demonstrated the end results and benefits that accrue: when you manage knowledge better, you manage projects better. Senior staff have begun to realize that actually they discuss relevant issues and that they have wisdom to share and knowledge is not something only discussed in the lecture halls of universities but resides in the everyday implementation context that project staff work in.

Valuating service company
[September 14, 2012 – 09:43 am]
Valuating service company

Even though it may seem that you would only need to know the actual value of a business when it comes to buying or selling it, there are many reasons you may need to know the value of your business. Understanding what those reasons are will help you figure out when you need to hire business Valuation Services. These valuation expert services can help you find out how much the business is worth. If you are going through a divorce or you and your partner are parting ways, you may need to know how much the business is worth to complete the process. If only one of you is going to…

Personal intellectual property explanation
[October 2, 2012 – 08:03 am]
Personal intellectual property explanation

Are you an artist? a writer? composer? or even a Businessman? . Whatever your line of work is, there’s a pretty good chance that in one point or another you might be starting to produce a worthy material that may present an economical value. If a real estate property have a certificate and a motor vehicle have vehicle ownership book, some other things are quite subtle and a specific rights are necessary in order to commercialize it, it’s called Intellectual Property Right. One of the most popular kind of IP Right is Copyright , which means an executive rights to copy and produce…

Acquisition of patent
[July 25, 2012 – 01:42 pm]
Acquisition of patent

Patent Law in a Nutshell, by Martin J. Adelman, Randall R. Rader and Gordon Klancnik gives a succinct description of the basics of U.S. patent law. Ranging from the acquisition of patent rights to their enforcement, it incorporates an outline of related statutes, rules, and cases that collectively define this area of mental property law. Subjects include declare building, obviousness, anticipation, written description and enablement, infringement, cures, and different notable doctrines. Patent law has developed quickly up to now few years. This Nutshell captures those modifications…

Buying knowledge management
[July 7, 2012 – 04:24 pm]
Buying knowledge management

Acquisition of knowledge management
[October 2, 2012 – 08:06 am]
Acquisition of knowledge management

In preparing for my workshop at the Business Rules Forum in Las Vegas on November 5th, I have focused on the following needs in reasoning about processes, about events, and about or over time: Reasoning at a point within a [business] process Reasoning about events that occur over time. Reasoning about a [business] process (as in deciding what comes next) Reasoning about and across different states (as in planning) Enterprise decision management (EDM) addresses the first.  Complex event processing (CEP) is concerned with the second.  In theory, EDM could address the third but…

Evaluation of knowledge management
[February 11, 2012 – 03:57 pm]
Evaluation of knowledge management

A Knowledge Management Model for the Demonstration School Group Pakaphan Intakaew ABSTRACT In this dissertation, the researcher extrapolates a knowledge management model to the operations of the group of demonstration schools. The sample population consisted of eighteen demonstration schools under the supervision of the Higher Education Commission, the Ministry of Education (the group of higher education institutions under the supervision of the former Ministry of University Affairs). Representatives of the schools served as key informants in providing information that was…

What is knowledge management?
[January 11, 2011 – 10:03 am]
What is knowledge management?

Knowledge Management Consultant, Chris Collison defines knowledge management, and explains the breadth of tools and techniques which underpin this discipline. Transcript What is knowledge management? Knowledge management is a set of tools, techniques, methods, ways of working, and desired behaviours which help an organization to be more effective. It is different from other improvement toolkits and management movements like Six Sigma or LEAN Manufacturing because it focuses much more on “know how” and the “know who”. How do you put that to work more effectively in an organization?…

Explain organizational resources
[November 19, 2012 – 01:42 pm]
Explain organizational resources

B y Melissa J. Anderson According to a new working paper out of Harvard Business School, the suggestion box can be an avenue for senior managers to show they’re listening to employee concerns. But only if they actually take action. The researchers, Anita L. Tucker and Sara J. Singer, analyzed two different methods of approaching the metaphorical suggestion box: “action-oriented” and analysis-oriented.” In the analysis-oriented approach, managers analyze and then prioritize suggestions for improvement, focusing in the highest priority issues first to ensure limited resources…

Definition of non-physical resources
[March 29, 2010 – 01:03 pm]
Definition of non-physical resources

The recent article by Mamamia Grant Hackett is ‘embarrassed’. But is he sorry? and the hundreds of comments received in response, raise a number of important issues in relation to the way that domestic violence is framed and responded to in Australia. As Australia’s only male-led campaign to stop men’s violence against women White Ribbon seeks to develop a better understanding of these important issues within the Australian community. he issue of violence in our community is insidious and the White Ribbon Campaign has been developed because of the prevalence and insidiousness…

Definition of intellectual resources
[February 25, 2011 – 05:46 pm]
Definition of intellectual resources

Except for the true believers, there doesn’t seem to be anyone who doesn’t agree with the idea that Mitt Romney and his campaign have terribly bungled their response to the attacks centered on his time at Bain Capital, due in no small part that they are telling a story that doesn’t seem to make sense. Because of this, the media continues to talk about the issue while the Obama campaign continues to hammer away on the outsourcing meme and the fact that Romney is refusing to release any more income tax information. All of this leads Charlie Cook to suggest that Romney is in danger…

Buying intangibles
[April 14, 2011 – 01:11 pm]
Buying intangibles

Here are my notes from the White Mountains Insurance Analyst Day held on May 20, 2009. These are for the introductory section, the financial highlights and a review of bad news in 2008. When I went back to the events section of the White Mountains Insurance web page, the webcast link was missing, so I don t know if I ll be able to review the rest of the meeting. I have e-mailed the company asking for the link but haven t heard back. If anyone has the link to the webcast, please send it to me. 2008 – Bad News TM had $1 billion in excess undeployed capital last year because of…

Copyrighted material evaluation
[August 18, 2011 – 07:04 am]
Copyrighted material evaluation

According to this article from Wired, pirating DVD or Blu-ray disc could soon carry criminal penalties in Japan if proposed amendments to the nation’s copyright code become law. Offenders could spend up to two years in prison or pay as much as two million yen (about $25, 400 ) in fines, according to CNET Japan. As the article points out, downloading pirated media in the United States is a civil offense, not criminal . While one can be sued for damages, there is no criminal penalty for pirating media. However, distributing copyrighted material without authorization can lead to…