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Example RBV - Engineering Firm
francisco
I am writing a thesis on RBV. One case study is a consulting engineering company. Which are the main features and capabilities of such a company from A RBV perspective?
 

 
RBV for Consulting Engineering Company
Warren Miller, CFA, CPA, United States, Member
Francisco, one cannot "generalize" about the RBV. It is company-specific. Therefore, there is no application of the RBV to "such a company"... Without...
 

 
RBV for Consulting Engineering Company
Humberto Ochoa, TQM Manager, United States, Member
I agree with Warren, you'll have to dig into how they do the engineering consulting process and identify their unique capabilities....
 

 
RBV in Engineering
francisco
Thanks for your comments Warren and Humberto....
 

 
RBV for Engineering Firm
Mohan Fonseka, Student (University), China, Member
Probably human resources. You look at kas of employees unique to some firms over others....
 

 
RBV in Engineering Companies
francisco
Yes, I agree human resources can make up a specific intangible asset in this kind of companies....
 

 
RBV
Gordon F, Manager, Germany, Member
Hi, I am also writing a thesis, where RBV is a part of the strategic management view.
You can also think about how customer centricity ca...
 

 
RBV and KBV
francisco
Customer centricity is important but in may opinion is more regarding a marketing strategy.
Knowledge sharing routines, yes I agree, it's also a ...
 

 
Customer Knowledge and Understanding as an Asset
Gordon F, Manager, Germany, Member
Hey Francisco, thanks for your literature hints! I did have to differentiate the KBV and RBV also, your paper helps.
What I am asking as a core q...
 

 
RBV of Infrastructure Consulting Firm
Manisha, Professor, Member
Hi, I am also writing my PhD thesis on RBV of an Indian infrastructure consulting firm. Would be glad to seek your insights on the engineering consult...
 

 
Literature on Resource Based View
Warren Miller, CFA, CPA, United States, Member
Manisha, resource-based theory is a 'bottom-up' concept. That is, the unit of analysis is the individual firm, not its industry.
A key aspect of...
 

 
A Case Study Approach for RBV
Manisha, Professor, Member
@Warren Miller, CFA, CPA: Thanks Warren for the suggested literature. I have a few of them... As rightly pointed out...
 

 
 


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