Universities face increasing pressures to produce socially and economically valuable outcomes. This has led to adoption of a wide range of management techniques that emphasise cost efficient delivery of results, such as employability of graduates, impact of publications, number of patents, revenue from intellectual property and etc.
However, the mainstream managerial paradigms have largely ignored key assets that are necessary to produce desirable outcomes. Therefore, Visionary Analytics staff joined the international team of researchers, who seeks to contribute to the debate by exploring the key properties of the most significant asset of universities – the intellectual capital.
- Secundo G., Perez S. E., Martinaitis Ž., Leitner K. H. (2017) “An Intellectual Capital framework to measure universities’ third mission activities”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 123, pp. 229-239.
- Secundo G., Perez S. E., Martinaitis Ž., Leitner K. H. (2015), “An Intellectual Capital Maturity Model (ICMM) to improve strategic management in European universities: a dynamic approach”, Journal of Intellectual Capital, Vol. 16 (2), pp. 419-442.
- Perez S. E., Leitner K. H., Secundo G. & Martinaitis Ž. (2014), “Shaping New Managerial Models for European Universities: The Impact of Reporting and Managing Intellectual Capital” in eds. P. Ordóñez de Pablos and L. Edvinsson, Intellectual Capital in Organizations: Non-Financial Reports and Accounts, Routledge.