Three Capitals Framework

Global Capital Group, LLC
Three Capitals Framework

Capital Engagements with Our Clients:

Knowledge Capital:

As we engage with our clients, we know that financial capital is needed to increase knowledge capital. Knowledge capital is best described as a ‘knowledge’ asset/and or intellectual wealth. The majority of the current global education system is focused on imparting intellectual capital — whether or not it is the most useful form of capital for creating resilient and thriving communities. Having knowledge capital is touted as the surest way to ‘be successful’. Science and research can focus on obtaining knowledge capital or ‘truth’, though it is often motivated by the desire for financial or social capital. For example, “going to a university” is primarily an exchange of financial capital for intellectual capital. It is supposed to prepare people for the rest of their lives in the world. We are most familiar with financial capital: Money, currencies, securities and other instruments of the global financial system. The current global society focuses enormous amounts of attention on financial capital. It is our primary tool for exchanging goods and services with other humans. It can be a powerful tool for oppression, or, (potentially) liberation.

Enterprise Capital:

As we engage with our clients, we know entrepreneurship is important as we move into the future. We believe that an entrepreneur sees an opportunity, makes a plan, starts an organization/business, manages the organization, and receives a profit/creates a benefit. Therefore, when working with our clients, we provide them with the resources to build enterprise capital. As a proven economic asset, enterprise capital will empower our clients to stir their creative juices in order to meet the needs of a changing marketplace. Using enterprise capital - our clients will accomplish ten outcomes:
  1. Have the ability to “think and do” across disciplines
  2. Be curious and persistent
  3. Be able to put the pieces together, see certain things in a whole new light, deal with paradox and controversy, develop creative solutions to problems, and conceive new knowledge-based industries
  4. Possess multiple intelligences
  5. Possess basic management and entrepreneurial skills
  6. Understand that imagination is a key resource
  7. Develop ideas on how to en-large the economic pie for others to get a piece/slice
  8. Develop ideas about how to create a sustainable future
  9. Display the ability to go over, around, and through barriers to get multiple things done, and
  10. Develop their business intelligence skills.

Social Capital:

As we engage our clients, we will use our clients vast and valued social networks to help them succeed in the business and in the community. Also we will educate and empower them on the benefits of utilizing their social networks to increase their productivity and profitability. We refer to social capital as the influence and connections we have to help others reach their business objectives. A person or entity that has ‘good social capital’ can ask favors, influence decisions, and communicate efficiently. Social capital is of primary importance. When looking at social capital the shared internal and external processes of a community is necessary for business growth. The connection between the individual and community is referred to as cultural capital. It could be viewed as an emergent property of the complex system of inter-capital exchanges that takes place in a village, a city, a bioregion, or nation in politics, business, and community organizing.

To this end, Global Capital Group, LLC will work with its clients to leverage these new global economy “capitals” to accelerate innovative and sustainable solutions and to serve as a resource to facilitate shared prosperity around the globe.
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