Model for Managing Intangibility of Organizational Creativity: Management Innovation Index
This entry explores the organizational dilemma of intangibility in innovation and the consequences of ignoring it, proposes a case for a systems thinking approach to organizational creativity, reviews the emergence of organizational economics as a new field of research for analyzing intangibility in organizations, and offers a model for benchmarking and measuring organizational creativity, a prime resource for success for an organization or business in the twenty-first century.
The Organizational Dilemmas of Intangibility and Creativity
In How To Measure Anything – Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business, author Douglas W. Hubbard, a former management consultant with Coopers...
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