Capitalizing on Capabilities - HBR
By making the most of organizational capabilities; employees’ collective skills and fields of expertise; you can dramatically improve your company’s market value. Although there is no magic list of proficiencies that every organization needs to succeed, the authors identify 11 intangible assets that well-managed companies tend to have: Talent, speed, shared mind-set and coherent brand identity, accountability, collaboration, learning, leadership, customer connectivity, strategic unity, innovation, and efficiency.
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- Dave Ulrich
- Norm Smallwood
- Intangible Value
- Organizational Capabilities
Posted on: Jan 19, 2010 - 12:12 PM