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KM – a New View ?. JC Spender Monieson Fulbright Scholar 2007-8. Burton-Jones & Spender Oxford Handbook of Human Capital OUP 2008/9. fitting K into our theorizing. theories of firm / organization. intangibles as K-assets. creative responses to K-absences. ?. KBV ??.

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Km a new view

KM – a New View ?

JC Spender

Monieson Fulbright Scholar 2007-8

Burton-Jones & Spender

Oxford Handbook of Human Capital OUP 2008/9


Fitting k into our theorizing

fitting K into our theorizing

theories of firm / organization

intangibles as

K-assets

creative responses

to K-absences

?

KBV ??

KM Brown Bag


Capital the firm

capital & the firm

  • organizational capital = tangible + intangible capital

  • intangible capital metaphors

    • human

    • social

  • economic value as defining

  • human capital

    • educational inputs, training, self-education

    • investment costs to be offset

    • revenue generated (a retrospective metric)

    • capability (a prospective metric)

  • Solow, Schultz, Becker

    • gap between growth and tangible investment

    • macro versus micro views

    • learning curve, returns to formal education

KM Brown Bag


Social capital

social capital

  • Putnam, Coleman, Bourdieu

    • ‘bowling alone’, social transactions costs

    • who accesses with what results

    • who owns, protects and excludes

  • learning

    • socialization

    • institutionalization

    • individuation

  • social capital as ‘supersession’ of market forces

  • human capital as what individuals bring to market transactions

  • interplay of human and social capital

  • organizational capital = that which firm owns

  • reciprocal obligations

  • economic value from tangible resources + human/social capital

KM Brown Bag


Concept of capital

concept of capital

  • Fisher’s definition – standing apart

  • capital versus land or labor

  • usury laws

  • reattachment ?

    • mixing, mobilizing, transforming

  • capital as ‘possibility’ or ‘potential revenue’

  • value contingent

  • transaction as realization of value

  • does realization generate or consume value ?

  • governance

    • specificity

    • opportunism

KM Brown Bag


Firm organization

firm / organization

  • nexus - translation of forms of capital through demand into revenue

  • profit and the replacement of capital

  • context of transaction governance

  • KBV – extension to intangible capital

  • capital as separation, market as exchange, firm as integration

  • capital as implied source of economic value

  • ‘not so much the resources (capitals) as the services they produce’

  • moving / transforming versus creating - individual versus collective

  • KBV – creation of capital, allocation

KM Brown Bag


Re draw for kbv

re-draw for KBV ?

tangible capital and obligations

transformation

of assets

creative responses to

K-absences

intangible capitals w/o obligations

KM Brown Bag


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