From Library Journal
A leader in establishing KM's language and terminology, Stewart offers perhaps one of the best expressions of the concept of "intellectual capital," which he defines as "organized knowledge that can be used to produce wealth." The clarity and practical focus of his writing make this work essential reading. (LJ 4/15/97)
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"Be prepared to rethink your business, your career, your company's balance sheet, your organizational strategy and even the rules of the marketplace--breathtakingly written."
--Atlanta Business Chronicle
"If you read only one business book this year, make it Intellectual Capital
--Paul Saffo, Director, Institute for the Future
"An enormously important book on a truly critical topic. Insightful, pragmatic, fun to read. Tom Stewart has hit a home run."
--Dr. Michael Hammer
"Original, refreshing--the management book of the '90s."
--Warren Bennis, Distinguished Professor of Business Administration, USC
will be the watershed work on this important topic."
--Noel Tichy, coauthor of Control Your Destiny or Someone Else Will
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