Intellectual capital as a consequence of financial communities
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Knowledge AreaOrganización de Empresas
Bibliographic CitationCEGARRA NAVARRO, Juan G., MARTÍNEZ LEÓN, Inocencia, DEWHURST, Frank W. Intellectual capital as a consequence of financial communities. En: European Conference on Organizational Knowledge, Learning and Capabilities ( 5º: Innsbruk: 2004). The fifth European Conference on Organizational Knowledge, Learning, and Capabilities (OKLC 2004), 2-3 April 2004 Innsbruk, Austria.
The majority of previous studies about communities of practice have been about the internal components (e.g. autonomy, formalization, supervisory support, flexibility, skill and development), but not about the relative influence of financial communities (e.g., financial participation’s in other companies, export, and import activities). The aims of this research are: 1) this work presents a theoretical argument of the literature with respect to those dimensions which are related to the efficiency of financial communities of practice and intellectual capital; 2) some criterions are established for evaluating or measuring the efficiency of financial communities of practice in the intellectual capital; 3) the relative importance and significance of financial communities of practice will be measured in the intellectual capital; and 4), in conclusion some aspects which can be used to design financial communities of practice more effectively will be shown.
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