Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning
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One of the most vital issues of intellectual capital management is the transformation of the Intellectual Capital (IC) in the results of activity of the industrial enterprises. The solution of this problem can be offered, based on the formation of the Network Navigator of The Intellectual Capital (NNIC). The theoretical basis of the creation of IC navigators was developed for the micro level (see J.Roos, S.Payk and L.Fernstrem (2006) or the Skandia Navigator model developed by L. Edvinsson(1997). Authors suggest using these principles on the meso level. Considering the network of innovative and production firms as macro‐corporations, we have an opportunity to extend approaches to the management of the intellectual capital from the micro level to the meso level. In the paper, authors consider the case of constructing NNIC for the automobile cluster in St. Petersburg (Russia).