Organizational Capital


Definition: Organizational Capital is a sub category of intellectual capital focusing on the intangible value present of certain characteristics of an organization, due to the efforts by its employees to transfer their knowledge to the company.
Comprises the value of the capabilities of a company (including organizational learning), its infrastructure and organizational processes to create products and services for the market and also its organizational culture.
The term may or may not include innovation capital.


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