On November 9th 2005, a one-day seminar was conducted in Bonn. The seminar was aimed specifically at controllers, but anyone involved in the collection and evaluation of “intellectual capital” could participate.
Concepts were presented that allow controllers to support strategic management and operative business with the intellectual capital statement.
|Dr. Manfred Bornemann (Intangible Assets Consulting GmbH) introduced the participants to the methodology of the intellectual capital statement (Wissensbilanzierung) and highlighted interfaces to controlling and corporate management. The costs and benefits of intellectual capital reporting were explained using several practical examples.
In the course of the workshop, it became clear how innovation potentials and risks of organisations can be made transparent. The intellectual capital statement as an internal and external communication tool was explained.