Value Extraction Perspective Sullivan (2000)

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Sullivan (2000) described as the Value Extraction Perspective in this week’s
reading.This perspective holds that the degree to which an item
of intellectual capital aids the firm in moving toward its strategic vision or
better enables the firm to operationalize its strategy, is a measure of its
qualitative value.

My company has an entire team dedicated to analyzing
and recognizing intellectual capital contributions from various areas of the
company and presenting to leadership how it aligns to the company’s strategic

Do you think the dedicated
workforce for this activity demonstrates the company’s dedication toward
understanding the value of intellectual capital?Are there ways to
measure this value using less company resources and/or lowering costs?How do things work in your own company?

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