Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, Vol 6, No 3 (2010)

The Necessity of Physics’ Quantum Skills Strategies, Intellectual Capital and the Study of Knowledge Management in the Era of Crisis

Mohammad Reza Noruzi, José G. Vargas-Hernández


Knowledge, competence, and related intangibles have emerged as the key drivers of competitive advantage in developed nations. This is not just because of the importance of knowledge itself, but because of the rapid expansion of goods and factor markets, leaving intangible assets as the main basis of competitive differentiation in many sectors. There is implicit recognition of this in both management theory and practice with the growing emphasis being placed on the importance of intangible assets, reputation, customer loyalty, and technological know-how. By using physics quantum skills in the era of management managers uses from basic science in the area of managerial issues well and they can look widely for the contemporary issues. This paper aims to review the Intellectual capital notion and learning organizations. Also a new perspective to create LOs by
implementing competitive strategies like Quantum strategies comes as well.


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