By Justyna Patalas-Maliszewska
This publication makes a speciality of knowing the strategic position of the data employees in businesses, specially in developing an leading edge corporation. the writer offers the 'Sknowinnov process' and a decision-making version for the evaluation of the price of strategic wisdom assets in companies.
This strategy and its process can be utilized as first-class instruments for a quantitative wisdom research in an monetary point of view. The IT instrument that's built for this system deals help in selection making at a strategic point in regards to the profitability of any funding in worker skills and talents. The device additionally connects the chosen determinants defined in an leading edge corporation with the worth of the team of workers usefulness functionality, permitting the evaluation of the rationality and effectiveness of information. HR managers and information administration specialists for leading edge businesses could locate this ebook and the IT instruments offered in particular helpful. This e-book additionally provides worth to researchers facing research of quantitative and qualitative tools in highbrow capital research.
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Intangible Assets Valuation (IAV) Model This model is based on the assumption that innovative intangible assets not only generate profit for the company, but they also develop its reputation, increase customer loyalty, and may even create an entry barrier. Innovative intangible assets and human capital constitute IC. The valuation of an enterprise operating in the market or one created through a fusion or takeover can be carried out in the following way: VM ¼ VTA + NPV of profits from intangible asset innovation + NPV of profits from complementary business assets + NPV of structural capital, where VM–company’s market value, VTA–accounting value of tangible assets.