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Structural capital is the knowledge owned by an institution that arises in the extent that it is owned by its members, made explicit, codified and formally systematized; therefore the goal of this work is to identify the dimensions and indicators that glimpse the guideline of structural capital management in order to make a proposal for its evaluation that can be used to improve performance in higher education institutions. A review of 25 theoretical and empirical documents provides dimensions and overlapping and redundant indicators in: 1) processes: internal routines, systematization of information, innovation and new technologies, provision of technological equipment; 2) culture: organizational links, organizational learning, philosophy of management, research support, integration of coordination mechanisms; 3) structure: integration of internal research groups, databases creation, publication of scientific journals; 4) intellectual property: patents and prototypes, publications, lectures given, completed research projects.
Demuner-Flores, M. del R., Nava-Rogel, R. M., & Mercado-Salgado, P. (2016). Alternatives of structural capital management in higher education institutions. A proposal for their evaluation. Cuadernos De Administración, 32(55), 47–58. https://doi.org/10.25100/cdea.v32i55.4257