Knowledge capital refers to the resources and capabilities that enable a nation, city, organization, or individual to engage in knowledge work, which refers to the production, distribution, and use of knowledge. These resources and capabilities may include education, health, safety, well-being, and culture, which all contribute to the development of knowledge, talent, and ability. In other words, knowledge capital represents the potential of a society or entity to create, share, and apply knowledge in order to solve problems and create value. The following are common types of knowledge capital.
The ability to get people moving in the same direction towards common objectives.
The ability to sell and influence decisions and actions.
Practical knowledge that allows you to complete tasks.
The ability to create new value such as designs and art.
Identifying goals and objectives and effective plans to achieve them.
The ability to solve problems.
The ability to make decisions that are likely to work out well.