European universities are changing towards more autonomous, efficient and competitive institutions. Higher levels of autonomy allow universities to change their managerial models to better manage their Intellectual Capital (IC) which constitutes the largest proportion of universities’ assets. The Chapter discusses the IC framework from the New (and Post) Management perspective and analyse the impacts of measuring and reporting on IC in the case universities. Based on a recent international project aiming at elaborating a guideline for applying IC reporting in Higher Education institutions, the Chapter provides a set of lessons learnt and ways forward for future research.

Shaping New Managerial Models in European Universities: The Impact of reporting and Managing IC

SECUNDO, Giustina;
2014

Abstract

European universities are changing towards more autonomous, efficient and competitive institutions. Higher levels of autonomy allow universities to change their managerial models to better manage their Intellectual Capital (IC) which constitutes the largest proportion of universities’ assets. The Chapter discusses the IC framework from the New (and Post) Management perspective and analyse the impacts of measuring and reporting on IC in the case universities. Based on a recent international project aiming at elaborating a guideline for applying IC reporting in Higher Education institutions, the Chapter provides a set of lessons learnt and ways forward for future research.
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