Knowledge and Intangibles Management

Knowledge and Intangibles Management. Methods, Models and Theories (A-Z)

Knowledge and Intangibles Management


Abductive Reasoning Pierce

Abilene Paradox Harvey

Acquisition Integration Approaches Haspeslagh Jemison

Action Learning Revans

Action Research Lewin

Amortization

Anchoring Bias Tversky Kahneman

Ashridge Mission Model Campbell

Asset Stripping

Audit Trail

Balance Theory Heider

Balanced Scorecard Kaplan Norton

Bandwagon Effect Bias

Bass Diffusion Model Bass

Bisociation Koestler

Black Swan Theory Taleb

Bounded Rationality Simon

Brand Asset Valuator

Brand Identity Prism Kapferer

Brand Management

Brand Personality Aaker

Branding

Bridging Epistemologies Cook Brown

Bureaucracy

Business Intelligence

Capability Maturity Model CMM

Capacity Utilization

Case Method

Causal Ambiguity

Centralization and Decentralization

Chaordic Leadership Hock

Chaordic Organization Hock

Chaos Theory Lorenz

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Information Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Chinese Wall

 

CMM Model

Cognitive Bias

Cognitive Dissonance Festinger

CommonKADS ESPRIT

Competitive Intelligence

Confirmation Bias

Congruity Theory Osgood Tannebaum

Contingency Theory Vroom

Core Competence Hamel Prahalad

Corporate Reputation Quotient Harris-Fombrun

Corporate Transparency

Cost Analysis

Cost-benefits analysis

Cost Drivers

Cost Dynamics

Covert Leadership Mintzberg

Cross-Functional Team

Customer Satisfaction Model Kano

Design Thinking

Diamond Model Porter

Dimensions of Change Pettigrew Whipp

Discussion Leadership

Distinctive Capabilities Kay

Dynamic Capabilities Teece

Earnings Per Share EPS

Economies of Scale

Employability

Enterprise Architecture Zachman

Execution as Learning Edmondson

Facilitation Styles Heron

False Consensus Bias

Feasibility Study

Franchising

Functional Team

Globalization

Growth Phases Greiner

Hawthorne Effect Mayo

Hierarchy of Needs Maslow

Human Capital Index HCI

Human Resource Management Roles

Impact/Value framework Hammer

Incentives

Inclusive Value Measurement IVM

Institutional Investors

Intangible Assets

Intangible Assets Monitor Sveiby

Integrative Thinking

Intellectual Capital Rating

Johari Window Luft Ingham

KISS Principle

Knowledge Management Collison Parcell

Lateral Thinking

Learning Organization Argyris Schön

MAGIC

Management Concepts Top-10

Management Metaphors

Management Succession Planning

Mergers and Acquisitions approaches

Mind Mapping

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Objective Analysis Tree

Online Corporate Reputation

OODA Loop Boyd

Organizational Absorption

Organizational Learning Argyris Schön

Organizational Memory Walsh Ungson

Paralysis by Analysis

People CMM CM-SEI

Performance Categories Baldrige

Performance Prism

Perishability

PEST Analysis

Plausibility Theory

Portfolio Agility

Portfolio Analysis

Positioning Trout

Pressure Group

PRIMO-F Model Morrison

Problem Analysis Tree

Profit and Loss Statement

Project Planning Matrix

PRVit

Pyramid Principle Minto

RAROC Risk-Adjusted Return on Capital

Rätselvermehrung Heinsohn

Real Options Luehrman

Relational Capital

Resource-Based View Barney

Risk Management

Scientific Management Taylor

S-Curve

SECI model Nonaka Takeuchi

SERVQUAL Zeithaml

Skandia Navigator Leif Edvinsson

Social Capital

Soft Systems Methodology Checkland

Special Purpose Vehicle

Spiral Dynamics Graves

Staff Management

Stakeholder Value Perspective

Storytelling

Strategic Alignment Venkatraman

Strategic Grid for IT

Strategic Risk Management Slywotzky

Strategic Synergy

Strategic Thrusts Wiseman

Strategy Analysis

Strategy Dynamics Warren

Strategy Map Kaplan Norton

Sustainable Competitive Advantage

Synectics Gordon

Tacit Knowledge

Talent Management

TDC Matrix Internet

Team Management Profile Margerison McCann

Technological Forecasting

Tertiary Sector

Ten Schools of Thought Mintzberg

Theory E and Theory O Beer Nohria

Theory of Inventive Problem Solving Altshuller

Theory of Mechanistic and Organic Systems Burns


Add a method / model


Thinker's Keys Ryan

Time to Market

TIPS Altshuller

Total Cost of Ownership

Triple Bottom Line Elkington

TRIZ Altshuller

Twelve Principles of the Network Economy Kelly

Two Factor Theory Herzberg

Value Based Management

Value Creation Index

Value Mapping Jack

Value Profit Chain Heskett

ValueReporting Framework PWC

Vendor Rating

Virtual Business

VRIN Barney

Working Capital

more

 

NEW: We're creating an overview of quality knowledge and intangibles management web sites. Please submit your site...




Knowledge and Intangibles Management Forum (21 topics) Help
  Wisdom Management: Can Wisdom be Managed?
In the discussion of the DICK and DICKS concept by Anand, the conclusion was reached that the highest level of knowledge is Wisdom.
That then leads to a logical quest of what's next to Knowledg...
     
  Knowledge-based Economy versus Network Economy
What is the knowledge-based economy (KBE)?
What type of theories are involved, and how can we narrate and interpret it?
How can we differentiate it from other type of economies like the  
   
  The Knowledge Management Road Map of Tiwana
Firms do not only compete to sell their product, but also to acquire the best resources/inputs. One of these resources is the acquisition of skilled labour.
Labour is a resource that has the capacity to make a difference in any organisation. On ...
     
  Poor Knowledge Management in the Public Sector
Retirees in our public sector ministries, departments and agencies are a typical example of "knowledge walking out of the door" due to the absence of any systematic way of capturing, storing and transmitting the knowledge they have acquired over the ...
     
  Sharing Environments in Knowledge Management
Knowledge management (KM) is a dynamic process. Information comes from various stakeholders but is often lost before something is done. If an organization offers a 'sharing environment', then some of such knowledge may be captured and could be benefi...
     
  From Knowing to Finding and Using Information
I think we will soon see a big shift in learning from a focus on "knowing" information to a focus on "finding and using". This shift will mean that research methods and critical thinking will be most important instead of advanced educational c...
     
  How to Manage Knowledge from Experiences?
After World War II the global economy collapsed due to the heavy expenditure that most of the country had to bear in the war and each and every country was in the opinion to improve the economy by doing business, in fact, aggressive business and they...
     
  Definition and Meaning of Knowledge Management (KM)
There is no exhaustive definition for knowledge management, as there is no crystal clear definition for the concept of knowledge. The mere use of information from various sources does not form the knowledge but the practical as well as the int...
     
  Knowledge Management Still Remains a Victim of Technology
I believe current knowledge management concepts still remain a victim of technologies particularly data and document management technologies. The rich reservoir of knowledge that is now accessible over the Internet still remains out of reach, ...
     
  Knowledge Sharing in Projects
Please give me your proofread and your comments about the following text:
In today’s highly competitive global knowledge economy, all organizations need to manage projects effectively.
Evidence from recent studies has demonstrated th...
     
  Knowledge Management is Important
Knowledge management is vital in any organization for it to survive in today's ever changing marketplace, especially as we're just beginning to emerge from the global recession. Organizations must employ new thinking, new approaches going forward....
     
  Constant Practice and Training
Knowledge and Intangibles Management is equally based on constant practice and training which could easily enhance productivity towards achieving the organisational objectives....
     
  MBA is Becoming a Rat Race
I talk about india.. Before independence it was the profession of law which attracted the best brains because it meant more money. Then it was civil services which was popular. Then came engineering. Later it turned to medicine. Now it appears to be ...
     
  Imagination and Knowledge Management
Imagination is like the way you predict tomorrow by creating it today. Knowledge management will help you to plan, coordinate, control, staff and motivate the team to implement the result of your prediction....
     
  Knowledge Management and Achieving Excellence
As we evolve, knowledge management is one of the elements for increasing the complexity of our minds. This continuous process of change involving imagination-implementation-objective as a state of mind goes on increasing the number of variables in an...
     
  Imagination and Knowledge
As very rightly pointed out by Einstein, "Imagination" is more important than knowledge. It's simply because knowledge has limits, while imagination is unlimited. Most inventions come through the imagination of someone and today's imagination can bec...
     
  How to Judge Education Without Degree
The education system has converted knowledge to a set of degrees which are put in hierarchy. Quite often it is so strong that we tend to assume that degree is knowledge. Degree at best can be a way to screen potential contributors. Is there a bett...
     
  An MBA is necessary for any business
MBA is the only program which is the combination of theory and practical according to the business principals. It gives the vital basic as well as deep knowledge about business. Actually business is a very vast concept. it requires perfect planning, ...
     
  Is Business Education Useful?
Related Learning
Case Method
     
  DICK and DICKS concept by Anand
I found out about this easy to remember acronym: the DICK model by Sanjay Anand. It highlights 4 evolutionary steps in knowledge creation and sharing:
1. Data - Collection or compilation of disorganized and possibly unrelated facts...
     



Knowledge and Intangibles Management Community of Interest


Community of Interest

Knowledge and Intangibles Management Education & Events


Find Trainings, Seminars and Events


Copyright 2014 12manage - The Executive Fast Track. V12.0 - Last updated: 21-11-2014. All names tm by their owners.