Intellectual capital and knowledge are the most important assets of most organizations and managers to ensure that determined or intended strategies can be implemented. The resource-based view of the firm considers the firm as a bundle of resources tangible resources, intangible resources, and organisational capabilities. An effective IC refers to the critical issues of organisational adaptation, survival and competence in the face of discontinuous environmental change. KM is essential for retaining employees’ knowledge within a firm by using appropriate technology and tools to capture and store the knowledge residing in the minds of its employees, so it can be easily shared and reused. There is a growing realisation of the importance of the development and understanding of theory for both Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management in relation to guide the successful development of Knowledge Management Organisations. The aim of this research is to develop a conceptual integrated view of IC and KM culture from the literature through the discussion along with IC and KM management concept.
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