ICM

Intellectual Capital Management ICM

The value of a company or organization’s employee knowledge, business training and any proprietary information that may provide the company with a competitive advantage. Intellectual capital is considered an asset, and can broadly be defined as the collection of all informational resources a company has at its disposal that can be used to drive profits, gain new customers, create new products, or otherwise improve the business. (definition from Investopedia: http://www.investopedia.com/terms/i/intellectual_capital.asp)

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