Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Ahmed Bounfour.|
|LC Classifications||HD53 .B66 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002068165|
Jan 22, · Thankfully, no, according to Intangibles: The Unexpected Traits of High-Performing Healthcare Leaders, which demonstrates that you can embrace humility and still be excellent at your job. The author, a healthcare professor, executive coach and consultant, gleans evidence and insights from researchers, executives, philosophers, and thought leaders/5(27). This book is the first comprehensive, scientifically based study of the nature and impact of intangibles, such as brand names, trademarks, patents, innovative processes, and human resources. About Intangibles, Management, Measurement, and Reporting. Two citations out of this book in my opinion express "Intangibles, Management, Measurement, and Reporting" very well: "Economic slowdowns and capital declines do not change these fundamentals: that an enterprise's competitive survival and success will primarily depend on smart. Nov 07, · The subject of Intangibles and knowledge management is becoming increasingly significant, particularly in the realms of finance, marketing and strategy. Intangibles are the nebulous but vital aspects of companies, for example, R&D, knowledge creation, corporate identity and marketing and advertising expenditures, which are now unanimously considereCited by:
The author, a healthcare professor, executive coach and consultant, gleans evidence and insights from researchers, executives, philosophers, and thought leaders. Intangibles is neither a self-help book offering prescriptive answers nor a leadership-guru memoir looking back at a lifetime of lessons learned. Read "The Management of Intangibles The Organisation's Most Valuable Assets" by Ahmed Bounfour available from Rakuten Kobo. The subject of Intangibles and knowledge management is becoming increasingly significant, particularly in the realms of Brand: Taylor And Francis. Aug 26, · The book value of today’s global corporation is derived largely from procedures invented hundreds of years ago to record costs in transactions such as the buying or selling of grains, animals, buildings, machinery, and other tangible assets. Although cost may help determine the value of physical assets, the same cannot be said for. Intangibles is a rewarding read for patent practitioners with an interest in patent policy, advocacy for increased patent resources, patent valuation, and patent management in relation to the innovation value chain." —Devin S. Morgan, Patent Strategy & Management, 10/1/ From the Publisher.
Review: “You will come away with a much better practical sense of how intangibles fit into business strategy and how to develop that academyrealtor.comn has made a strong contribution towards helping business develop strategies utilizing their intangibles. The book should be widely read.”- . Because of this, when a company is purchased, often the purchase price is above the book value of assets on the balance sheet. The purchasing company records the premium paid as an intangible. For the recorded history of management, the world has managed value creation according to what can be seen, touched and proven. In today's knowledge-based economy, value creation is derived primarily from how well firms manage intangibles (knowledge, service, expectations, response time, innovation, change management, etc). Aug 01, · For nondirect care providers working in management and executive teams, are these traits a requirement? This book will explore the idea that leaders in healthcare administration are more effective at producing results and getting things done when they have what I call the leadership intangibles: humility, compassion, kindness, and generosity. 2Brand: Health Administration Press.