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The Intangible Assets Monitor (IAM) is a method for measuring intangible assets. Its presentation format displays a number of relevant indicators for measuring intangible assets in a simple fashion. The choice of indicators depends on the company strategy. The format is particularly relevant for companies with large intangible assets.


Use of the Intangible Assets Monitor

The Intangible Assets Monitor can be integrated in a management information system. The monitor itself should not exceed one page, according to Sveiby. It should be accompanied by a number of comments. Only a few of the suggested indicators should be selected. The most important areas to cover are growth/renewal, efficiency and stability. The purpose is to get a broad picture, so one or two indicators in each category should be designed. We are interested in indicators that indicate change. I.e. growth, and renewal as well as efficiency and stability measures. The monitor can be used to design a management information system or to perform an audit.


When we use the Intangible Assets Monitor (IAM), we perceive the three intangible assets as "real" assets.

The Intangible Assets Monitor is interested in indicators that indicate change and indicate flows of knowledge. I.e. growth, renewal/innovation, efficiency/utilization and risk/ stability measures. The idea is: peeking into how the intangible assets are developing, by designing indicators that correlate with: the growth of the asset in question, its renewal pace, how efficiently we are at utilizing it, and the risk that it ceases to exist.

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How to Measure Intangible Assets?

Karl-Erik Sveiby suggests following indicators to measure intangible assets with the help of the IAM:
1. EXTERNAL STRUCTURE INDICATORS:
a. I...
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Measuring the Immeasurable: Finding the Value of Intangibles

In his book "How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business", Douglas W. Hubbard argues that what is commonly believed to be...
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IC Formula?

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Measurement, Valuation, and Reporting of Intangible Assets

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Management Accounting of Intangible Assets

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Managing Intangible Assets in Higher Education

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Intangibles Mismeasurement, Synergy, and Accounting Numbers

The objective of this paper by Jean-Francois Casta is to raise and examine, but not address exhaustively, the specific issues induced by modelling the...
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Intangibles and Accounting

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