KBVKassenärztliche Bundesvereinigung (Cologne, Germany)
KBVKurs Buchwert Verhältnis (German: relation between quotation and balance value)
KBVKashmir Bee Virus
KBVKnowledge-Based View (human resources)
KBVKarlsruher Beamten Versicherung (German: Karlsruher Officers' Insurance)
KBVKite Boarding Victoria (est. 2004; Victoria, Australia)
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KBV has emerged as a powerful theoretical lens that has attempted to shed light on this question.
Both RV and KBV build upon the resource-based view (RBV) of the firm and form the foundation for theoretical model of interorganizational learning presented in this article.
Indeed, according to the KBV, when outside knowledge is "intertwined" with that residing inside the organization and fostered by an internal innovation climate, it can lead to learning that can enhance innovation performance (Jones & Macpherson, 2006; Morgan, Zou, Vorhies, & Katsikeas, 2003).
Such relationships create unique knowledge-sharing contexts that blur internal and external knowledge sharing, and as such they form a unique context to study the tenets put forth by the KBV.
The KBV perceives organisations as repositories of knowledge and competencies.
Likewise, evidence from the KBV literature indicates that management plays an important role in creating the organizational conditions in which knowledge creation takes place (Thompson and Heron 2005).
National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians (2001): Stel-lungnahme der KBV zum Entwurf der Positivliste vom 14.
Coastguard vessel KBV 201 and KBV 202 are combination vessels and is used for maritime surveillance and environmental rescue.
Despite conceptual variety and richness, there remains a continuing need for studies that map the KBV domain and establish some associations between variables within the field of KM and innovation.
QlikView users in the healthcare industry worldwide include private and public sector hospitals such as Blekinge Hospital (Sweden); health care agencies and medical associations such as Germany's physician's association, KBV (Kassenarztliche Bundesvereinigung), and the UK's National Health Service; payers such as DAKOTACARE (US); information and telecommunications service providers Health Market Science and PerfectServe (both US); medical suppliers PEI (Ireland) and HPC Healthline (UK); and pharmaceutical wholesaler FFF Enterprises (US).