Planning for Higher Education Journal

Nexus: Intellectual Capital–The Most Strategic Asset

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From Volume 28 Number 3 | Spring 2000
By Camille M. Kirk

Examines the importance of intellectual capital, defined as the creative, scholarly and pedagogical capability of faculty and staff. Argues that the intense accumulation of such capital is the greatest asset of higher education institutions, thus requiring special planning efforts that acknowledge this importance and protect it. Analyzes various contemporary academic teaching, research, and governance elements that support and constrain intellectual capital.

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