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The Long Journey to Understanding Intangible Assets

From: sloanreview.mit.edu   By: Lynda Gratton Via: twitter.com Lynda Gratton | The Long Journey
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Proof That ‘People Are Your Greatest Asset’

You might not be aware of a trend in the corporate valuation world. You might not think that developments in how companies are being valued by the financial world would be of interest to HR. But, hold on to your horses! Validation of “our
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Finding a Better Way to Value Companies in the Digital World

From: knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu Via: twitter.com Finding a Better Way to Value Companies in the Digital World https://t.co/TSK7F9pfaiIn a world
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From the Golden Arches to the Nike Swoosh: The Psychology Behind Popular Logos

From: www.equities.com Via: twitter.com RT @RobertCialdini: From the Golden Arches to the Nike Swoosh: The Psychology Behind Popular Logos https://t.
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Your Company’s Market Value Depends on Good Talent Management

Corporate value is increasingly dependent on employees, and talent optimization is becoming a serious business issue. The Brookings Institution has reported that as much as 85% of a company’s market value is now calculated with intangible
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Networks Are Eating the World

“In the age of digital networks, businesses’ abilities to create and share intangible assets, such as ideas, software, and relationships that are owned by each of us—the Network—has grown exponentially. Further, digital
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CFOs, analysts want revaluation of all intangibles every year

From: Buisness-standard By Strategist Team Recommended by: business-standard A collective blind spot for business decision makers and policy makers has been allowed to develop, highlights the Brand Finance Global Intangible