Intellectual Capital/Knowledge Management LO24199

From: tom abeles (
Date: 03/18/00

Replying to LO24178 --

It is interesting that in a post modern, post enlightenment world that
technocratic models would still be postulated. I am interested in whether
this is a prevalent model and where the measure/control paradigm still has

With the public offering of Palm stock and the often mentioned public spin
out of the Sabre system, we can essentially dismiss the ability to link ic
or knowledge value as a function between the market price of stock and the
hard assets of a company. What is left after all the restructuring of
accounting practices? And where is time considered in this matrix? Where
is the child, who, in innocence, will blurt out, "But the King has no


tom abeles

Georg Kirner wrote:

> I'm an austrian student writting on my master thesis. This list was
> recommended to me. I'm not concentrating on the learning org directly but
> on the measurement of intellectual capital. Nevertheless according to
> "what you can measure you can manage" the measuring of IC should
> contribute to (continous) learning (I suppose?!) in the org.


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