As you may know, the HCM was co-initiated by the New Club of Paris which held one of its midterm conference in February 2012 first time in Tenerife.
Starting in early 1998, the then so called Austrian Research Centers (ARC, today: Austrian Institute of Technology, AIT) under its director Guenter Koch and with the academic assistance and support of Prof. Ursula Schneider from the University of Graz, developed a method and model for Intellectual Capital Reporting. The founding idea was to represent the performance and the doing of the ARC research organisation such that its political owner, the Government of the Republic of Austria, would have a tool at its hand to analyze and to follow the development and performance results of the publicly funded ARC. ARC not only developed such method and introduced it for its own purposes, the Austrian Government became so much convinced about this IC reporting approach, that it was also introduced for the Austrian universities, obliging them by law to annually deliver such IC report, as well as the Federal Austrian Court of Audit assimilated it for its own purposes and integrated it in its audit tool box.
‘The New Club of Paris’ (NCP) which is a global, impartial and neutral organization devoted to subjects of the knowledge society requests the innovation of a new generation contract’
Dear NCP members,
Today, in very short, two news, potentially of interest for you and explained in more detail in the attachments:
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Dear Members of NCP,
Some time ago you have received notification of the NCP events that will take place in Luxembourg from Monday 4 February till Wednesday 6 February 2013. Please find herewith more details on these events:
Dear participants in the IC Accounting workshop in Heidelberg, having taken place on Sept. 18th,
Once again a great thanks to the organizers and enablers of the events in Heidelberg ’ Johannes Glueckler and his team – as well as especially to those who contributed to the workshop on invitation of Ahmed Bounfour and myself on behalf of The New Club f Paris.
Dear NCP member,
As suggested by our Luxembourg members during our last winter workshop in Tenerife and as confirmed in the General Assembly in May 2012, the next NCP winter workshop is taking place in Luxembourg from February 4th – February 5th 2013, followed by a half day conference on the the 6th of February 2013 with invited Luxembourg decision makers under the patronage of the Observatory of Competitiveness of the MInistry of the Economy and Foreign Trade on the ‘Futures of Luxembourg’ in the light of Intellectual Capital. And we will, of course, have a get together on Sunday 3rd of February in the evening.
Dear friends and colleagues,
Although the planning and preparation period is quite short, I would like to ask you to reserve Sep. 18th, 2012 in your diary for a one day seminar + workshop (morning to evening) arranged by The New Club of Paris (NCP ’ www.new-club-of-paris.org ) in Heidelberg (University) on the subject of ’Next Generation IC Accounting & Reporting’ (working title; i.e. subject also is ’economic quantification of knowledge’).