oi365 | undergraduate

Knowledge Management And Intellectual Capital

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In this course, students are provided the knowledge and skills necessary for effective knowledge management present in today’s increasingly innovative and global business environment. Students will be asked to consider a variety of topics critical to an organization’s long-term success including, but not limited to innovation, intellectual capital, goodwill, brand recognition, organizational partnerships, and organizational culture.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Intellectual Capital Valuation

    • Explain the importance of valuing an organization’s intellectual capital.
    • Apply established methods to value intellectual capital.

    • Compare and contrast the methods used to value intellectual capital.

    Organizational Influences Affecting Intellectual Capital

    • Analyze the effect of organizational structure on intellectual capital.
    • Analyze the effect of ethical behaviors on intellectual capital.
    • Explain the significance of organizational structure as an intellectual asset.

    Tactical Management of Intellectual Capital

    • Identify mechanisms for protecting and securing intellectual capital.
    • Evaluate methods to manage knowledge.
    • Explain the role of an intellectual capital portfolio within an organization.

    Intellectual Capital Overview

    • Compare and contrast types of intellectual capital such as customer capital, intellectual property, structural capital, information technology, codified knowledge, innovation, tacit knowledge, human capital, intellectual assets,and research & development. 
    • Explain the challenges related to protecting intellectual capital in a global environment.

    Strategic Management of Intellectual Capital

    • Analyze the relationship between vision, strategy, and intellectual capital.
    • Explain the purposes of knowledge management.
    • Describe the risks and liabilities of not managing intellectual capital.
    • Analyze the effect of cultural and legal factors on strategic knowledge management.
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