Leading the Diffusion of Intellectual Capital Management Practices in Science Parks
This chapter discusses how leadership interventions in science parks can promote the diffusion of intellectual capital management (ICM) practices. It focuses on how operationalisation of the different social interactions leads to the accommodation of suitable mechanisms for diffusion of those practices associated with ICM among tenants of science parks, under the theoretical notion of the ecosystem.
KeywordsIntellectual Capital External Knowledge Science Park Component Knowledge Leadership Intervention
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