Abstract: * Building upon knowledge-based and network views, this paper seeks to examine how subsidiary characteristics (subsidiary willingness and subsidiary external embeddedness) and relationship characteristics (internal embeddedness, socialization mechanisms and shared values) impact the extent of Reverse Knowledge Transfer (RKT).
What does RKT stand for?
RKT stands for Reverse Knowledge Transfer (knowledge management)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 6 other meanings of RKT in our Acronym Attic
- Roskilde Katedralskole (Denmark school)
- Rothmans King Size (cigarettes)
- Regionaal Katholiek Schoolbestuur Gouda (Dutch: Regional Catholic School Gouda; Gouda, Netherlands)
- Refined Kolmogorov Similarity Hypothesis
- Seoul Air Base (ICAO Abbreviation)
- Osan Air Base (ICAO Abbreviation)
- Rashtriya Kranti Samajwadi Party (India)
- Raven Knob Scout Reservation (camping)
- Kimpo Airport (Seoul, South Korea)
- Suwon Airport (ICAO Abbreviation)
- Rock-Tenn Company (stock symbol)
- RockSim file (Apogee Components rocketry simulation program file extension)
- Rodinger Kunststoff Technik GmbH (German: Roding Plastics Technology; Roding, Germany)
- Rotating Kernel Transformation (medical imaging)
- Ranger Kids Training Conference (Royal Rangers)
- Research and Knowledge Translation Committee (Canada Insitutes of Health Research)
- Rencana Kerja Tindak Lanjut (Indonesian poverty reduction movement)
- Rakotaru (parkour team; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Among their topics are a neo-Schumpeterian approach to public sector economics, the case of the Cambridge/Boston biotechnology cluster as a case study to investigate whether clustering still benefits high technology new ventures, reverse knowledge transfer and its implications for European policy, promoting effective university commercialization, a theory-based dynamical model of exaptive innovation processes, and the role of interfaces in product architecture and firm organization.
Where highly established and active contacts exist, they strongly shape not only the potential for return moves, but also support reverse knowledge transfer.