Intellectual Capital- Developmental Resource of Logistic Companies for 21' Century
AbstractOn the basis of relevant scientific research this paper systematicallyand concisely elaborates the interaction between intellectualcapital and logistic services production. Full attentionis given to intellectual capital as a factor in effective creation ofthe logistic processes or in other words, to prove the statementthat the first place for achieving competitive advantages in theglobal and/or regional market of logistic services belongs toknowledge used to produce or improve the existent logistic systemsand to create new ones.Further, the paper deals with the tasks of creative logisticmanagers as open, dynamic and stochastic systems based onknowledge or the creation of universal logistic model determinedby the fact that intellectual capital and technologicalparadigm create the way to new logistic paradigm.Special attention is paid to building and presenting a mathematicalmodel for measuring the intellectual capital as well asthe success of its use in different logistic companies.
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