Creating Value with the Five Capitals

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Creating Value with the Five Capitals

  1. 1. CreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  2. 2. Value CreatorCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  3. 3. Value CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  4. 4. HumanValue CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  5. 5. HumantrustknowledgeskillspersonalityhealthrelationshipsValue CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  6. 6. HumantrustknowledgeskillspersonalityhealthrelationshipsValue CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationPhysicalCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  7. 7. HumantrustknowledgeskillspersonalityhealthrelationshipsValue CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationPhysicalnatural resourcesbuildingsequipmentthings than make thingsCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  8. 8. HumantrustknowledgeskillspersonalityhealthrelationshipsValue CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationFinancialPhysicalnatural resourcesbuildingsequipmentthings than make thingsCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  9. 9. HumantrustknowledgeskillspersonalityhealthrelationshipsValue CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationFinancialPhysicalnatural resourcesbuildingsequipmentthings than make thingsmoneysavers - loantime is money(1+r)nCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  10. 10. HumantrustknowledgeskillspersonalityhealthrelationshipsValue CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationFinancialPhysicalnatural resourcesbuildingsequipmentthings than make thingsIntellectual moneysavers - loantime is money(1+r)nCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  11. 11. HumantrustknowledgeskillspersonalityhealthrelationshipsideastechnologymethodsValue CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationFinancialPhysicalnatural resourcesbuildingsequipmentthings than make thingsIntellectual moneysavers - loantime is money(1+r)nCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  12. 12. HumantrustknowledgeskillspersonalityhealthrelationshipsideastechnologymethodsValue CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationFinancialPhysicalnatural resourcesbuildingsequipmentthings than make thingsCulturalIntellectual moneysavers - loantime is money(1+r)nCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  13. 13. HumantrustknowledgeskillspersonalityhealthrelationshipsideastechnologymethodsValue CreatorentrepreneurinnovatorteamorganizationFinancialPhysicalnatural resourcesbuildingsequipmentthings than make thingsCulturalIntellectual moneysavers - loantime is money(1+r)nvaluesinstitutionsinfrastructurerulesCreatingValue with the Five Capitals
  14. 14. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?
  15. 15. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?human, physical, financial, intellectual, and cultural
  16. 16. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?human, physical, financial, intellectual, and culturaltrust, knowledge, skills, personality, health, and relationships
  17. 17. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?human, physical, financial, intellectual, and culturaltrust, knowledge, skills, personality, health, and relationshipsphysical
  18. 18. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?human, physical, financial, intellectual, and culturaltrust, knowledge, skills, personality, health, and relationshipsphysical(1+r)n
  19. 19. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?human, physical, financial, intellectual, and culturaltrust, knowledge, skills, personality, health, and relationshipsphysical(1+r)nintellectual
  20. 20. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?human, physical, financial, intellectual, and culturaltrust, knowledge, skills, personality, health, and relationshipsphysical(1+r)nintellectualcultural
  21. 21. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?human, physical, financial, intellectual, and culturaltrust, knowledge, skills, personality, health, and relationshipsphysical(1+r)nintellectualculturalpotentially
  22. 22. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?human, physical, financial, intellectual, and culturaltrust, knowledge, skills, personality, health, and relationshipsphysical(1+r)nintellectualculturalpotentiallylimits value creation
  23. 23. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?human, physical, financial, intellectual, and culturaltrust, knowledge, skills, personality, health, and relationshipsphysical(1+r)nintellectualculturalpotentiallylimits value creationintellectual
  24. 24. 1. Name the five types of capital.2. Name six aspects of human capital.3. What type of capital is real estate?4. What equation is the basis of financial capital?5. What is a new recipe for making a cake?6. A country’s laws are what kind of capital?7. Is everyone a value creator?8. What happens when one of the capitals is missing?9. When you write a book what kind of capital are you creating?10. When you read a book what kind of capital are you creating?human, physical, financial, intellectual, and culturaltrust, knowledge, skills, personality, health, and relationshipsphysical(1+r)nintellectualculturalpotentiallylimits value creationintellectualhuman

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