A New Equation for Human Intellectual Capital Management Intelligent Website for Managing Communities of Practice of Academic Organizations and Financial Investments by Using Adaptive and Dynamic Assessment Networks

  •  Yanarat Ariyasipak    
  •  Napat Harnpornchai    


In the forthcoming twenty century, economic system of each country should be driven based on sciences, technology and innovations developed by specific knowledge from specialists called knowledge workers. This is an important strategy of Thailand to develop new products and services for surviving in serious business competition. Therefore, essential knowledge in knowledge workers such as skills and experiences for developing new products, services and innovations are required. This tacit knowledge (knowledge in human) should be appropriately measured and managed in the perspective of intellectual capital or intangible capital management. This paper attempts to answer the question “How to appropriately measure tacit knowledge by using graph theory?”. Thus, a new equation to measure intellectual capital for managing excellent centers and laboratories is presented in this paper. This is the novel impact factor equation which considers the dimension of time and frequency of published articles combined with the other impact factors of each published paper on Scimago Journal Rank website and Scopus. Moreover, it is not only the formula which is the quantitative intellectual capital assessment but the intellectual capital indicators and the intellectual capital analysis for university are illustrated in the form of qualitative intellectual capital assessment also. Moreover, intellectual capital management intelligent website for managing Communities of Practice (CoP) of academic organizations and financial investments by using new equation and Dynamic Assessment Networks (DANs) is developed also. The proposed concept and methodology is a basis for risk management in terms of human capitals and financial investments.

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