"The Knowledge Scorecard provides insight into the knowledge vitality of a company, like the way accounting provides insight into the financial health."
When it comes to making decisions, giving advice or assessing companies, we like to use figures, financial figures. They give an impression of the performance and how the organization is doing.
However, it is a retrospective and only the "tip of the iceberg." A company possesses additional types of capital. Valuable input needed for a healthy company, now and in the future.
One form of capital with which a company delivers value and differentiates itself is knowledge. With the introduction of the Knowledge Scorecard, a company and its stakeholders can now also communicate about this capital, knowledge capital.