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Intellectual Capital Quotes By Thomas Finneran

Baker has done it again! Building on the core principles that he advanced in Professional's Guide to Value Pricing and The Firm of the Future, Ron Baker has again evolved thought leadership on the critical dynamics of value and pricing. Baker's latest work, Pricing on Purpose: Creating and Capturing Value, provides real-world examples and practical strategies that provide a framework for pricing optimization. His clarity of purpose and passionate call to action resonates in today's intellectual capital economy. — Thomas Finneran

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Henry A. Kissinger

The convictions that leaders have formed before reaching high office are the intellectual capital they will consume as long as they continue in office. — Henry A. Kissinger

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Tony Benn

Cabinet members are soon overwhelmed by the insistent demands of running their departments. On the whole, a period in high office consumers intellectual capital; it does not create it ... The less ministers know at the outset, the more dependent they are on the only sources of available knowledge; the permanent officials. — Tony Benn

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Francis Schaeffer

Christianity is not a series of truths in the plural, but rather truth spelled with a capital 'T.' Truth about total reality, not just about religious things.
Biblical Christianity is Truth concerning total reality - and the intellectual holding of that total Truth and then living in the light of that Truth. — Francis Schaeffer

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Syed Muhammad Naquib Al-Attas

Muslims must be warned that plagiarists and pretenders as well as ignorant imitators affect great mischief by debasing values, imposing upon the ignorant, and encouraging the rise of mediocrity. The appropriate original ideas for hasty implementation and make false claims for themselves. Original ideas cannot be implemented when vulgarized; on the contrary, what is praiseworthy in them will turn out to become blameworthy, and their rejection will follow with the dissatisfaction that will emerge. So in this way authentic and creative intellectual effort will continually be sabotaged. It is not surprising that the situation arising out of the loss of adab also provides the breeding ground for the emergence of extremists who make ignorance their capital. — Syed Muhammad Naquib Al-Attas

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Ronald Reagan

I think it's time we ask ourselves if we still know the freedoms that were intended for us by the Founding Fathers ... Whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the American Revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capital can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them for ourselves. — Ronald Reagan

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Jeffrey Pfeffer

Knowledge is only useful if you do something with it. — Jeffrey Pfeffer

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Anonymous

the recent changes in our reading habits suggest that the "era of mass [book] reading" was a brief "anomaly" in our intellectual history: "We are now seeing such reading return to its former social base: a self-perpetuating minority that we shall call the reading class." The question that remains to be answered, they went on, is whether that reading class will have the "power and prestige associated with an increasingly rare form of cultural capital" or will be viewed as the eccentric practitioners of "an increasingly arcane hobby. — Anonymous

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Susan Jacoby

Americans are in serious intellectual trouble - in danger of losing our hard-won cultural capital to a virulent mixture of anti-intellectualism, anti-rationalism and low expectations. — Susan Jacoby

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Thomas A. Stewart

In companies whose wealth is intellectual capital, networks, rather than hierarchies, are the right organizational design. — Thomas A. Stewart

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Brian Tracy

Intellectual capital is the most valuable of all factors of production. — Brian Tracy

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Brian Tracy

Your physical, mental and intellectual resources
- continually growing and changing -
are your personal capital. — Brian Tracy

Intellectual Capital Quotes By E. O. Wilson

Nature first, then theory. Or, better, Nature and theory closely intertwined while you throw all your intellectual capital at the subject. Love the organisms for themselves first, then strain for general explanations, and, with good fortune, discoveries will follow. If they don't, the love and the pleasure will have been enough. — E. O. Wilson

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Jack Welch

Globalization has changed us into a company that searches the world, not just to sell or to source, but to find intellectual capital - the world's best talents and greatest ideas. — Jack Welch

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Meg Whitman

When a small business grows like eBay did, it has a multiplier effect. It creates other small businesses that supply it with intellectual capital, goods and services. — Meg Whitman

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Michael Hyatt

Our legacy comprises the spiritual, intellectual, relational, vocational, and social capital we pass on. It's the sum total of the beliefs you embrace, the values you live by, the love you express, and the service you render to others. — Michael Hyatt

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick

I'm fond of observing how obsession is the most durable form of intellectual capital. — Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Charles Wheelan

Housing prices had never before fallen as far and as fast as they did beginning in 2007. But that's what happened. Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan explained to a congressional committee after the fact, "The whole intellectual edifice, however, collapsed in the summer of [2007] because the data input into the risk management models generally covered only the past two decades, a period of euphoria. Had instead the models been fitted more appropriately to historic periods of stress, capital requirements would have been much higher and the financial world would be in far better shape, in my judgment."3 — Charles Wheelan

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Melissie Clemmons Rumizen

Intellectual capital includes everything an organization knows. That can be ideas, different kinds of knowledge, and innovations. The bottom line, though, is that it's knowledge that an organization can turn into profit. — Melissie Clemmons Rumizen

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen

As technology breaks down the physical barriers of college campuses, the extraordinary intellectual capital of the educator community is becoming available to anyone committed to learning - regardless of age, income or location. — Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Vladimir Lenin

The intellectual forces of the workers and peasants are growing and getting stronger in their fight to overthrow the bourgeoisie and their accomplices, the educated classes, the lackeys of capital, who consider themselves the brains of the nation. In fact they are not its brains but its shit. — Vladimir Lenin

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Walter Wriston

The information revolution has changed wealth. Intellectual capital is far more important than money. — Walter Wriston

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Brent Schlender

Software development requires very little capital investment, since it is basically intellectual capital, pure thoughtstuff, expressed in a set of detailed instructions written in a language that machines can understand. — Brent Schlender

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Patrick Lencioni

Most organizations exploit only a fraction of the knowledge, experience, and intellectual capital that is available to them. — Patrick Lencioni

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Henry A. Kissinger

Most high officials leave office with the perceptions and insights with which they entered ... — Henry A. Kissinger

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Douglass North

Regarding social order, Francis Fukuyama writes, "The systematic study of how order, and thus social capital, can emerge in spontaneous and decentralized fashion is one of the most important intellectual developments of the late twentieth century." He correctly attributes the modern origins of this argument to F. A. Hayek, whose pioneering contributions to cognitive science, the study of cultural evolution, and the dynamics of social change put him in the forefront of the most creative scholars of the 20th century. — Douglass North

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Paul Tudor Jones

Intellectual capital will always trump financial capital. — Paul Tudor Jones

Intellectual Capital Quotes By E.F. Schumacher

I started by saying that one of the most fateful errors of our age is the belief that the problem of production has been solved. This illusion, I suggested, is mainly due to our inability to recognize that the modern industrial system, with all its intellectual sophistication, consumes the very basis on which is has been erected. To use the language of the economist, it lives on irreplaceable capital which it cheerfully treats as income. — E.F. Schumacher

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Michel Chossudovsky

For the West, the enemy was not "socialism" but capitalism. How to tame and subdue the polar bear, how to take over the talent, the science, the technology, how to buy out the human capital, how to acquire the intellectual property rights? — Michel Chossudovsky

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Talal Abu-Ghazaleh

Intellectual capital is the main determining factor and the base for economic and social development to any country. — Talal Abu-Ghazaleh

Intellectual Capital Quotes By Henry A. Kissinger

High office teaches decision making, not substance. It consumes intellectual capital; it does not create it. Most high officials leave office with the perceptions and insights with which they entered; they learn how to make decisions but not what decisions to make. — Henry A. Kissinger