Gestión del Conocimiento e Intangibles

   

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Gestion del Conocimiento e Intangibles


10 Escuelas de Pensamiento Estratégico Mintzberg

12 Principios de la Economía de la Red Kelly

Alcances sobre Fusiones y Adquisiciones

Alcances sobre Integración de Adquisiciones Haspeslagh Jemison

Alineamiento Estratégico Venkatraman

Análisis Costo - Beneficio

Análisis de Portafolio

Análisis PEST

Aprendizaje Activo Revans

Aprendizaje Organizacional Argyris Schön

Arquitectura Empresarial Zachman

Balanced Scorecard (Cuadro de Mando Integral) Kaplan Norton


Cadena de Valor Beneficio Heskett

Capacidades Distintivas Kay

Capital Humano HCI

Centralización y Descentralización

Cociente de Reputación Corporativa Harris-Fombrun

Competencias Centrales Hamel Prahalad

Costo Total de Propiedad

Cuadro de Mando Integral Kaplan Norton

Diez Escuelas de Pensamiento Estratégico Mintzberg

Dimensiones del Cambio Pettigrew Whipp

Dinámica eSpiral Graves

Dinámica de la Estrategia Warren

Doce Principios de la Economía de la Red Kelly

Efecto Hawthorne Mayo

Estilos de Facilitación Heron

Fases del Crecimiento Greiner

Flujo OODA Boyd

Gente CMM CM-SEI

Gerencia Científica Taylor

Gerencia Estratégica del Riesgo Slywotzky

Gestión Basada en Valor

Gestión del Conocimiento Collison Parcell

Gestión del Riesgo

Impulsos Estratégicos Wiseman

Inteligencia Empresarial

Jerarquía de Necesidades Maslow


MAGIC (Medición y Contabilización del Capital Intelectual)

Mapa Estratégico Kaplan Norton

Mapas Mentales

Mapeo del Valor Jack

Matriz de Impacto/Valor Hammer

Matriz TDC Internet

Memoria Organizacional Walsh Ungson

Metodología del Valor Incluyente IVM

Metodología de Sistemas Blandos Checkland

Método PRVit

Método SERVQUAL Zeithaml

Modelo Ashridge de la Misión Empresarial Campbell

Modelo CMM

Modelo de Difusión de Bass Bass

Modelo de la Creación del Conocimiento Cook Brown

Modelo del Diamante de Porter Porter

Modelo Kano

Modelo Malcolm Baldrige Baldrige

Modelo RAROC Rentabilidad Ajustada por el Riesgo sobre el Capital

Modelo SECI Nonaka Takeuchi

Modelo ValueReporting PWC

Monitoreo de los Activos Intangibles Sveiby

Navegador Skandia Leif Edvinsson

Opciones Verdaderas Luehrman


Perfil de la Administración del Equipo Margerison McCann

Personalidad de la Marca Aaker

Perspectiva de Valor del Stakeholder

Posicionamiento Trout

Principio de la Pirámide Minto

Prisma de Identidad de la Marca Kapferer

Prisma del Desempeño

Ratio de Creación de Valor


Agregue Ud. un método/modelo


Teoría de la Contingencia Vroom

Teoría de la Plausibilidad

Teoría del Caos Lorenz

Teoría de los dos Factores Herzberg

Teoría de Sistemas Mecanicistas y Orgánicos Burns

Utilidad por Acción EPS

Valuación del Capital Intelectual

Valuación de Marcas

Ventana de Johari Luft Ingham

VRIN Barney

Visión de la Empresa Basada en Recursos Barney

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Foro de Gestión del Conocimiento e Intangibles
  ¿Que es la Gestión del Conocimiento?
Es un proceso formal, dirigido a identificar la información que posee la compañía y que podría beneficiar al resto de sus integrantes, con el fin último de encontrar la manera de hacer que esté fácilmente disponible.
Las prácticas varían de orga...
     
 
  Consulta sobre Organigramas
¿Alguien sabe si existe algún nombre moderno para áreas que gestionen la calidad de atención en empresas grandes, y que sean a su vez los encargados de velar por los intereses de los clientes internamente?
....
     
 
  Programación Neurolinguistica
Cuan importante y determinante puede ser en la vida de cualquier ser humano la pnl(programación neurolinguistica), quisiera saber sus experiencias tanto personales, como profesionales. Para empezar, me parece perfecto, mas adelante podremos involucra...
     
 
  Concepto DICK de Anand
He encontrado este acrónimo fácil de recordar. El modelo DICK de Sanjay Anand. Este modelo destaca 4 pasos evolutivos para crear y compartir conocimiento: 1. Data - recopilar y/o compilar los datos y/o cifras sueltos, desordenados o desorganizados. ...
     
 
  Wisdom Management: Can Wisdom be Managed?
In the discussion of the DICK and DICKS concept by Anand, the conclusion was reached that the highest level of knowledge is Wisdom.
That then leads to a logical quest of what's next to Knowledg...
     
 
  Knowledge-based Economy versus Network Economy
What is the knowledge-based economy (KBE)?
What type of theories are involved, and how can we narrate and interpret it?
How can we differentiate it from other type of economies like the  
   
 
  The Knowledge Management Road Map of Tiwana
Firms do not only compete to sell their product, but also to acquire the best resources/inputs. One of these resources is the acquisition of skilled labour.
Labour is a resource that has the capacity to make a difference in any organisation. On ...
     
 
  Sharing Environments in Knowledge Management
Knowledge management (KM) is a dynamic process. Information comes from various stakeholders but is often lost before something is done. If an organization offers a 'sharing environment', then some of such knowledge may be captured and could be benefi...
     
 
  Definition and Meaning of Knowledge Management (KM)
There is no exhaustive definition for knowledge management, as there is no crystal clear definition for the concept of knowledge. The mere use of information from various sources does not form the knowledge but the practical as well as the int...
     
 
  Knowledge Sharing in Projects
Please give me your proofread and your comments about the following text:
In today’s highly competitive global knowledge economy, all organizations need to manage projects effectively.
Evidence from recent studies has demonstrated th...
     
 
  Knowledge Management is Important
Knowledge management is vital in any organization for it to survive in today's ever changing marketplace, especially as we're just beginning to emerge from the global recession. Organizations must employ new thinking, new approaches going forward....
     
 
  Constant Practice and Training
Knowledge and Intangibles Management is equally based on constant practice and training which could easily enhance productivity towards achieving the organisational objectives....
     
 
  MBA is Becoming a Rat Race
I talk about india.. Before independence it was the profession of law which attracted the best brains because it meant more money. Then it was civil services which was popular. Then came engineering. Later it turned to medicine. Now it appears to be ...
     
 
  Imagination and Knowledge Management
Imagination is like the way you predict tomorrow by creating it today. Knowledge management will help you to plan, coordinate, control, staff and motivate the team to implement the result of your prediction....
     
 
  Knowledge Management and Achieving Excellence
As we evolve, knowledge management is one of the elements for increasing the complexity of our minds. This continuous process of change involving imagination-implementation-objective as a state of mind goes on increasing the number of variables in an...
     
 
  Imagination and Knowledge
As very rightly pointed out by Einstein, "Imagination" is more important than knowledge. It's simply because knowledge has limits, while imagination is unlimited. Most inventions come through the imagination of someone and today's imagination can bec...
     
 

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  Poor Knowledge Management in the Public Sector
Retirees in our public sector ministries, departments and agencies are a typical example of "knowledge walking out of the door" due to the absence of any systematic way of capturing, storing and transmitting the knowledge they have acquired over the ...
     
 
  From Knowing to Finding and Using Information
I think we will soon see a big shift in learning from a focus on "knowing" information to a focus on "finding and using". This shift will mean that research methods and critical thinking will be most important instead of advanced educational c...
     
 
  How to Manage Knowledge from Experiences?
After World War II the global economy collapsed due to the heavy expenditure that most of the country had to bear in the war and each and every country was in the opinion to improve the economy by doing business, in fact, aggressive business and they...
     
 
  Knowledge Management Still Remains a Victim of Technology
I believe current knowledge management concepts still remain a victim of technologies particularly data and document management technologies. The rich reservoir of knowledge that is now accessible over the Internet still remains out of reach, ...
     
 
  Is Business Education Useful?
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  DICK and DICKS concept by Anand
I found out about this easy to remember acronym: the DICK model by Sanjay Anand. It highlights 4 evolutionary steps in knowledge creation and sharing:
1. Data - Collection or compilation of disorganized and possibly unrelated facts...
     
 

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