Knowledge management is a topic of steadily increasing interest to todaya?s organizations. To date, however, the field of industrial/organizational psychology has not yet applied its unique knowledge and expertise to the problem of competing through knowledge. This volume addresses the problem by presenting a framework- derived from the strategic management literature- for competition based on knowledge. Focusing on the role of knowledge in human capital and human resource management, Managing Knowledge for Sustained Competitive Advantage explains why many scholars believe it is the direction for competition in the future, and shows how industrial and organizational psychologists can not only contribute to our understanding of knowledge-based competition, but also to the ability of companies to succeed with it. Contributors include: Sharon A. Alvarez, Walter C. Borman, John W. Boudreau, Nancy Da Silva, Alison Davis-Blake, Jason A. Colquitt, David L. Deeds, Angelo S. De Nisi, David W. Dorsey, C. Marlene Fiol, Michael A. Hitt, Pamsy P. Hui, Susan E. Jackson, Edward E. Lawler III, Thomas W. Lee, David P. Lepak, Steven D. Maurer, Terence R. Mitchell, Susan A. Mohrman, Raymond A. Noe, Greg R. Oldham, Elaine D. Pulakos, Marcia J. Simmering, Scott A. Snell, Lois E. TetrickJackson, Susan E. is the author of 'Managing Knowledge for Sustained Competitive Advantage Designing Strategies for Effective Human Resource Management' with ISBN 9780787957179 and ISBN 0787957178.