Organizational Capital A CEO’s Guide to Measuring and Managing Enterprise Intangibles

January 1, 2016

Organizational capital is an important resource (asset) at both the micro (firm) and macro (economy-wide) levels. It is arguably, the most important, value-contributing asset companies have — an asset that cannot be easily imitated by competitors, and therefore conferring sustained competitive advantage on its owners. Organizational capital enables tangible and intangible resources, such as machines, patents, brands and human capital, to be productive. As such, organizational capital is the prime intangible asset of businesses.