Intellectual Capital Management

"Versatile Learning and Growth Programs Interlacing Theory with Experiential Knowledge"

Shares of the technology and new economy companies tend to trade at  very high multiples of their P/B (Price-to - Book) Ratios, as they heavily rely on intellectual / human capital to create value. Iconic brands such as Microsoft and Apple, Intel, Google, Facebook, Twitter are the perfect examples of labor intensive new economy companies.


"Intellectual Capital", also referred to as "Intangible" assets, is composed of human capital, proprietary information,  intellectual property, network of business connections, and value of which does not fully appear on the companies' balance sheets. 

Growing number of companies are deploying systems to measure the performance of their Intellectual Capital, thinking that it is a major business-critical resource needs to be developed. 

  • linking your business objectives with your corporate competencies,
  • improving your business performance and gain competitive advantage in the long run,
  • taking a stock of your company's value creating skills and wealth of knowledge,
  • to measure and manage  your company's most valuable asset class - Intangible Assets- 
You can access to structural information through  Intellectual Capital Management training