Experience, information, knowledge, learning, and skills of the employees of an organization tallied into expertise, high-capability. Knowledge capital is an essential component of human capital. Knowledge capital builds the longest lasting competitive advantage of all the production factors. Technical information, such as chemical and electronics expertise or actual experience or skills, such as construction and steel expertise are examples of knowledge capital types. Another name for intellectual capital.
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