Intangible Assets Monitor

   

Definition: the Intangible Assets Monitor is a method by Sveiby for measuring intangible assets.
Its presentation format displays a number of relevant indicators for measuring intangible assets in a simple fashion.
IAM focuses on indicators that indicate change and indicate flows of knowledge:
- Growth
- Renewal/innovation
- Efficiency/utilization
- Risk/stability measures
The precise choice of indicators depends on the company strategy. IAM is particularly relevant for companies with substantial intangible assets.


   

   

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