Network theories were discussed in connection with resource-based views focusing on knowledge and intellectual capital, which provide natural context for intangible resources, well defined and empirically verified in literature. Organizational network analysis was used, incorporating elements of dynamic network analysis strictly related to organizational intangible resources, which enabled an analysis of the resource relation network and an assessment of the effectiveness of their use. In the context of future research, relational capital and its association with the network-based view are particularly interesting. Network metrics are useful tools for measuring network effectiveness, and their analysis provides managing staff with tools for organizational management in the areas of relationship dynamics, flows, and intangible resource use and sharing. The introduction of new intangible resources enables new reconfigurations in the relation network, potentially increasing resource accessibility for employees and enhancing task performance.