Diversity as an Intangible Asset
“It is commonly recognized that ‘two heads are better than one’ or for really difficult problems you may want to ‘phone a friend’ or survey the audience. Group thought leads to better decision making because it draws from a range of experience.
Add diversity among project participants and the work product is significantly enhanced because of the expanded variation of perspective. This is the essence of diversity as an intangible asset. This is the reason Ocean Tomo’s mandate is to ‘Intellectual Capital Equity’ and not limited to statutory IP.”
James E. Malackowski
Ocean Tomo Co-Founder