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Journal Issue
Volume 13 Issue 3, Guest Edited Issue / Oct 2015  pp171‑253

Editor: Dr. Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro, Dr. David Cegarra-Leiva

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Editorial  pp171‑172

Dr. Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro, Dr. David Cegarra-Leiva

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Management Challenges in the identification of Organizational Identity and Corporate Reputation as Intangible Assets  pp173‑184

Eduardo Bueno, Mónica Longo-Somoza, Raquel García-Revilla, Ramona - Diana Leon

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Abstract: Based on intellectual capital models and reports, companies identify and define Organizational Identity and Corporate Reputation as strategic intangible assets capable of generating sustainable competitive advantages. From an interpretative pers pective, Organizational Identity is the result of a social process of self‑description and it reflects internal stakeholders general agreement on who they are as an organizationŽ. From a perceptive paradigm, Corporate Reputation is the result of a socia l process that occurs on the external stakeholders level and it reflects their perception on what the organization assumes to beŽ. We propose a theoretical and empirical analysis, based on the case study strategy, of the relationships and differences be tween these two concepts. We aim to highlight the variables that are critical for managing a companys Intellectual Capital focusing on the social processes of developing the Organizational Identity. The result is the identification of cultural intangible assets that practically represent the memes, that is, ideas, style or behavior that spread from person to person in an organization. 

 

Keywords: Keywords: corporate reputation, intangible assets, interpretative approach, knowledge management, new technology based firms, organizational identity

 

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Exploring the role of social media in knowledge sharing  pp185‑197

Zoltán Gaál, Lajos Szabó, Nóra Obermayer-Kovács, Anikó Csepregi

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Intellectual Capital in Manufacturing and Service Firms of the Dominican Republic: An Exploratory Approach  pp198‑208

Victor Gómez-Valenzuela

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Human Capital and Creation of Reputation and Financial Performance  pp209‑218

Isabel Olmedo-Cifuentes, Inocencia Martínez-León

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Thomas Pikettys Capital in the 21st Century … An Intellectual Capital Perspective  pp219‑227

Eduardo Tomé, Natalia Khazieva

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Networking Intellectual Capital towards Competitiveness: An Insight into the European Higher Education Institutions  pp228‑239

Elena-Mădălina Vătămănescu, Diana-Luiza Dumitriu, Andreia Gabriela Andrei, Cristina Leovaridis

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The Mediating Effects of Trustworthiness on Social‑Cognitive Factors and Knowledge Sharing in a Large Professional Service Firm  pp240‑253

Max Evans, Anthony Wensley, Ilja Frissen

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