Vectors that can be used to measure Intellectual Capital

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Sullivan (2000) also introduced vectors in chapter 5 as another form of
measurement that works well when measuring intellectual capital activities.
Vectors are helpful because they provide information on direction as well as on
amount.Vector measurement might be that the company's
intellectual capital has “increased substantially” over the past year.This is sometimes considered “Rate of Addition”.

What are other
examples of Indicators or Vectors that can be used to measure Intellectual
Capital?

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