Knowledge Capital: How Knowledge-Based Enterprises Really Get Built

Hardcover | September 11, 2003

byJay L. Chatzkel

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Knowledge Capital: How Knowledge-Based Enterprises Really Get Built is an integrated, structured set of conversations with thought leaders and key practitioners in the fields of intellectual capital and knowledge management, who examine-in the form of conversations-the steps necessary forcreating and implementing the various dimensions of a knowledge-based enterprise. These are the dimensions that need to be effectively addressed for the organization to successfully make the transition from an activity-based organization to a truly knowledge-based enterprise. The conversations thatmake up Knowledge Capital are not studies of theory separated from practice or practice without a strong theoretical base. Rather, they are the stories of how knowledge-based enterprises really get built, in the words of the people who built them. While every contributor begins from his or her ownunique perspective and background, each moves toward a convergent understanding of the core elements, perspectives, and practices involved. These systemic conversations provide a body of knowledge and experience on how to craft and implement strategies, as well as the how values, learning,performance, relationships, innovation, and change play in the development of usable knowledge environment. These explorations, together, lead to a mapping of what are quickly becoming the foundations of the next stage of the field. Knowledge Capital gives the reader a readily accessible collectionof insights and experiences essential for the new era in intellectual capital and knowledge management.

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Knowledge Capital: How Knowledge-Based Enterprises Really Get Built is an integrated, structured set of conversations with thought leaders and key practitioners in the fields of intellectual capital and knowledge management, who examine-in the form of conversations-the steps necessary forcreating and implementing the various dimensions...

Jay Chatzkel is Principal of Progressive Practices, a management consulting organization. He assists organizations in transforming themselves into becoming knowledge-based, intelligent enterprises. He is also is on the boards of editors of the Journal of Knowledge Management, the Journal of Knowledge Management, and the TQM Magazine

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:432 pages, 6.18 × 9.21 × 1.3 inPublished:September 11, 2003Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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1. Introduction: Why Knowledge Capital?KNOWLEDGE Cluster I: Starting Points2. Dorothy Leonard: Operating as a Knowledge System3. Jim Botkin: The Knowledge Business4. Karl Wiig: The Knowledge Movement Emerges from Its InfancyKNOWLEDGE Cluster II: Strategic Issues5. Goran Roos: Recipes for Knowledge-Based Value Creation6. Leif Edvinsson: The Intelligent Organization7. Vince Barabba: Understanding the Enterprise as a SystemKNOWLEDGE Cluster III: Human Capital, Values, and Learning8. Jac Fitz-Enz: Human Capital Is the Only Active Asset9. Thomas O. Davenport: People Are the Owners and Investors of Human Capital10. Don Tyler: Shared Values--The Prerequisite for Knowledge Sharing and Creation11. Brook Manville: Learning in the Knowledge EraKNOWLEDGE Cluster IV: Drivers and Accounting for Intangible Wealth12. Jonathan Low: Value Drivers for Intangibles13. Steven M. H. Wallman: A Level Playing Field for IntangiblesKNOWLEDGE Cluster V: Bringing It All Together in Practice14. Hubert Saint-Onge: Creating and Implementing a Knowledge Strategy15. Kent Greenes: Knowledge Management Is about Change16. Sharon Oriel: Finding "the Hook"17. Stephen Denning: The Springboard Story18. Alex Bennet: The Knowledge-Centric OrganizationEPILOGUE: Convergence--Toward the Next StageTEN QUESTIONS: Leading Your Organization into Becoming a Knowledge-Based EnterpriseRESOURCES: Books for Building a Knowledge-Based EnterpriseINDEX