Read this post and you will learn to say "intellectual property" in three languages and you will look forward to the day when one language might suffice. This post comments on terms relevant to commercialisation. An earlier one was Defining Commercialisation.
The first language comes from management consultants (others commonly using this language are in IT and venture capital). They often say "intellectual capital" when referring to what lawyers prefer to call "intellectual property".
The concept of intellectual capital, and increasing discussion of that concept in management literature (especially since the late 1980s), has given prominence to the role of processes and competencies in creating environments for creativity, invention, innovation, entrepreneurship, commercialisation and good management generally.