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Obviously, investors and financial markets attach value to the skills and expertise of CEOs and other top management. Investors value the people, their skills, and their potential in such organizations. In fact, the criticisms of HRA arise largely from the fact that such valuations of intellectual capital are “soft” measures rather than objective auditable numbers. The question thus arises, are auditable valuations of intellectual capital necessary in the conventional sense? The answer is being debated by such bodies as the FASB, CICA, SEC, and IASC right now.
In our present economy, more and more businesses are evolving, whose value is not based on their tangible resources but on their intangible resources (Itami 1987). Tangible resources are those typically found on the balance sheet of a company, such as cash, buildings, and machinery. The other category comprises intangible resources: people and their expertise, business processes and market assets, such as customer loyalty, repeat business, reputation, and so forth. The annual reports of companies such as Skandia (1994, 1995a, 1995b, 1996a, 1996b, 1997) are working toward a new balance sheet that makes more sense in today’s marketplace.
She provided an example of its adoption in Shell Oil’s most recent annual report statements. Shell’s “triple bottom line” reports have come to include people, planet, and profits, including metrics for health, safety, and environment as well as social responsibilities, such as emission targets and the diversity of their workforce. Allee proposed that we shift toward thinking and challenging our notions about sustainability and social responsibility metrics and finding ways to incorporate these into our IC models.