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date: 22 September 2021

(p. xii) List of Tables

(p. xii) List of Tables

  1. 4.1 Representative Use and Learning Factors: Managerial Levers of Cognitive Human Capital 135

  2. 5.1 The Dimensions of Management Problems 155

  3. 11.1 Job Facet Priorities of British Workers 294

  4. 12.1 US-Employed Workers with Alternative and Traditional Work Arrangements by Occupation, 2005 313

  5. 12.2 Percentage of Executives Willing to Consider Becoming a Candidate for Position at Another Employer 315

  6. 13.1 Future Research Topics on Performance/Outcomes for the HR Architecture 337

  7. 15.1 Contemporary Developments of Human Capital Accounting 385

  8. 16.1 Interdependence as the Basis for Analyzing Coordination and Organization Design 408

  9. 16.2 Malone's Analysis of Interdependence and Coordination 409

  10. 16.3 Competency Clusters 422

  11. 17.1 Types of Action 446

  12. 19.1 Workspace Design Considerations to Respond to SECI 490

  13. 20.1 Mapping of Features of Capital to Human Capital and IS Capital 502

  14. 20.2 Recent Studies of Interdependencies in Organizational Science and Information Systems 508

  15. 20.3 How Interdependencies were Studied in the Ten Articles 509

  16. 20.4 Summary of Interdependencies between Intellectual Resources 511

  17. 21.1 Key Differences between Traditional Teams and Virtuoso Teams 552

  18. 21.2 Contrasting Views of the Business Enterprise 554

  19. 22.1 Performance Effects for Relocation and Replication Processes 577

  20. 23.1 Key Differences along Major Dimensions of Human Capital Formation Regimes 603

  21. 24.1 Neoclassical and Systems of Innovation Growth Theories 625