KNOWLEDGE AND INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL MANAGEMENT: THE COMPETITIVE EDGE IN TODAY'S GLOBAL ECONOMY
Akaso, A. A.
Journal Title:Journal of Research in Education and Society
This study examined the agility, absorptive and resilience capabilities of organizations in accelerating their abilities to create, transfer, and deploy knowledge in order to meet organizational current and future performance capacity. The report deployed a descriptive research method. The research finding revealed that management of organizational change is a challenging one that firms must study continually in order to identify the skills set and needed to cope with today's ever-accelerating pace; and that speed, flexibility, adaptability to change are among the greatest concerns of firms in the new economy. It also indicated that organizations that are able to deploy Knowledge Management (KM) to meet current and future performance capacity are those organizations that build the right kinds of change management capacity into their operating systems. The study conclude that superior change-management practices that build an organization's adaptive capacity by considering the individual employees, team, organization, and industry, will support sustainable high performance now and in the future.