What prompted the ascendancy of intangible assets for businesses at the outset of the 21st century?
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Karl-Erik Sveiby once said, ‘my argument about the value of information is not that it is wrong to regard information as being valuable, rather, it’s that we should reconsider our mindsets about its value’.
Current accounting language and systems hamper full utilization and progressive business strategies involving intangible assets and intellectual property.
If you are an entrepreneur, part of a tech company management team, board member, or part of the technology investment community, this post is one of those ‘must reads’.
Trust me, if you are an entrepreneur, part of a management team or board member of a technology company or prospective investor, the ‘2008 Berkeley Patent Survey’ is worth your time to review and reflect upon.
The primary target of ‘business information poaching’ today takes the form of acquiring someone elses intellectual (structural or relationship) capital, ala intangible assets and applying them for their own benefit.