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Value Creation in Russian Companies: the Role of Intangible Assets
In today's changing economy managers of the leading companies understand that the key sources for value creation are Intangible Assets (IA). The latest surveys confirm the fact that nowadays these assets are the value drivers and not "traditional" assets having tangible form. The same surveys confirm the fact, that one third of all the effected investment solutions is based on the existing Intangible Assets, and that the decisions made on the basis of IA allow them to make a more accurate prediction of income and profitability of a company in the future, and, hence, the company's value for the shareholders. The research held in the paper defines the impact of fundamental value of both tangible and intangible assets on the market value of assets of Russian companies. As a general approach used herein for IA evaluation, the method of Calculated Intangible Value (CIV) offered by T. Stewart was chosen. According to CIV the evaluation of Intangible Assets is based on residual operating...
Uploaded by on 07/12/2008
Digital publication details: 12 pages.

Intellectual Capital and BI-tools in Private Healthcare Value Creation
The demand for data-driven decision making in the healthcare sector has increased, not only on the clinical side, but also from the managerial perspective; this is especially true in the private healthcare sector. Utilisation of internal and external data requires certain capabilities, such as intellectual capital (IC), as different data sources (structural capital) and organisational competences (human capital) can become organisational value. We study the utilisation of business intelligence (BI) tools and IC dimensions in creating value in the Finnish private healthcare sector. IC components and a modified value creation capabilities model are used as a framework for considering data utilisation and BI tools’ role in value creation. Our study includes private healthcare organisations in Finland and management and BI technology consulting representatives. Thematic interviews of key personnel responsible for BI were conducted to elucidate the value creation capabilities, IC...
Uploaded by on 10/25/2018
Digital publication details: 12 pages.

Value Creation through Business Innovation in the Pharmaceutical and Medical Technology Sector
The Dutch market for the pharmaceutical and medical technology sector is in great flux. Throughout modern history the pharmaceutical and medical technology sector has been innovating in the area of product development. Yet, from a business innovation perspective, even more opportunities for “value creation” are now available. Fueled by health care trends such as the use of social media, new openings exist for innovative solutions. This brochure provides insight into the opportunities for value creation, as well as how they may be mobilized locally in the Dutch market.
Uploaded by the_bridge on 04/08/2012
Digital publication details: 16 pages.

The Learning Journey of IC Missionaries: Intuition, control and value creation
Abstract: The utilization of intellectual capital (IC) has often not been taken up as much as the proponents of IC may have wished. As Dumay (2012) outlines, there are barriers to implementing IC in organizations, and as academics and practitioners we need to overcome these barriers. We propose one way to do this is by providing reflective narratives of the journey the authors have taken as a successful IC practitioner and a successful IC academic. Based on constructivist learning theory (Chiucchi, 2 013a) we offer a staged model of IC development (Guthrie et al., 2012) outlining how we went through similar stages in personally understanding and deploying IC. To do this, Mary Adams and John Dumay trace their IC learning journey in three stages of i ntuition, control and value creation. This paper contributes to the IC literature by providing an understanding of the growth a person may need to take in order to become an IC Missionary, rather than merely an IC preacher (Dumay, 2013,...
Uploaded by on 09/28/2014
Digital publication details: 9 pages.

The New Business Models in the Knowledge Economy: the Strategic Way to Value Creation
Over the last decade we have seen the emergence of an economy in which the digital component has become a constant presence in all areas of knowledge. In the digital world, characterised and dominated by a complex connectivity, value assumes a complex meaning, which is strongly distinct from that used in the traditional economy. There are new business concepts, new strategies based on innovation, new mechanisms to create value, and a new need — to build methodologies and metrics that can measure and reflect it.
Uploaded by on 04/07/2006
Digital publication details: 10 pages.

Exploring Cultural Heritage and Value creation - A Case Study of DR’s Cultural Heritage Project
Written by Tobias Golodnoff / Miriam Lerkenfeld The objective of the research is to give a theoretical understanding of the value created when digitising a cultural heritage. This research is grounded in a case study of the Danish Broadcasting Corporation’s Cultural Heritage Project. The project deals with the digitisation of an analogue radio and television collection of more than 500.000 hours of content, and with the work being done after digitisation ensuring archive content in collaboration with other public cultural institutions and the research community becomes available to the public. The project group is an inter-organisational team combining expertise from many places within the organisation. Additional keywords: digitalisering, kulturarv, dr’s kulturarvsprojekt, værdi, netværk, strategi, data, information, dansk kulturarv, europeana,
Uploaded by lerkenfeld on 12/09/2012
Digital publication details: 57 pages.

Intangible Assets: Importance in the Knowledge-Based Economy and the Role in Value Creation of a...
The paper is devoted to the question of how important Intangible Assets (IA) are in today's knowledge-based economy. The latest surveys show that the value of companies is now mostly generated by Intangible Assets, and not by "traditional" assets having a tangible form. The main research objective is to define the impact of fundamental value of both tangible and intangible assets on the market value of assets of Russian companies. As a general approach used herein for IA evaluation, the method of calculated intangible value offered by T. Stewart was chosen. Developed econometric models are tested on the data of Russian stock market from 2001 to 2005 year. In the focus of the research there is both the analysis of the sampled companies (43 companies) as a whole as well as divided into five aggregated fields: mechanical engineering, extractive industry, engineering, communication services, and metallurgy. Some suggestions for managing IA in Russian companies are presented in the...
Uploaded by on 01/29/2008
Digital publication details: 12 pages.

National Oil Companies and Value Creation
This study analyzes the available evidence on the objectives, governance, and performance of 20 national oil companies from both net importing and net exporting countries, and draws conclusions about the design of policies and measures that are more likely to lead to social value creation.
Uploaded by on 07/13/2011
Digital publication details: 148 pages.

Value Creation Role of Knowledge Management: a Developing Country Perspective
Knowledge is seen as a driver for the definition and development of an organizational strategy and a key determinant of sustainable organizational competitiveness. The shift to knowledge as the primary source of value means that knowledge plays a key role in the organizational effectiveness. This paper highlights the importance of developing and managing the intangible assets and intellectual capital of organizations to create distinctive and sustainable value. It sets forth the concept of Knowledge Circles to enhance activities along the Knowledge Value Chain. Some of the factors that will impact knowledge management initiatives in Pakistani organizations have also been identified.
Uploaded by on 07/12/2008
Digital publication details: 8 pages.

The Future of the Web and its Value Creation for Telcos. Trend Report 2008
The telecommunications market is confronted with unprecedented changes. The World Wide Web and its open technologies have become the backbone on which a plethora of services are provided – from simple phone calls to complex location-based multi-layer software applications. Telcos are faced with the imminent threat of becoming a mere bit-pipe for web services without taking part in the value creation for the user and the respective revenue streams. New players such as Skype, Google and Apple enter the market from different sides – further intensifying the competitive environment for telcos. At the same time, telcos possess invaluable assets: an installed customer base of billions of customers, fixed-line high-speed telecommunications networks, and customer-specific data. If telcos are able to leverage these and other competitive advantages, future scenarios might be more opportunity-driven and might allow telcos to enter new, more service-oriented markets.
Uploaded by cdtm on 02/11/2008
Digital publication details: 22 pages.
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