Part One: Introduction.
1 The Knowledge-Based Approach to Sustainable Competitive Advantage (Angelo S. DeNisi, Michael A. Hitt, Susan E. Jackson).
Part Two: Work and Organizational Designs for Knowledge-Based Competition.
2 Alternative Strategies for Acquiring Knowledge (David L. Deeds).
3 Organizing for Knowledge-Based Competitiveness: About Pipelines and Rivers (C. Marlene Fiol).
4 Designing Work for Knowledge-Based Competition (Susan Albers Mohrman).
Part Three: Staffing Organizations for Knowledge-Based Competition.
5 Managing the Human Resource Architecture for Knowledge-Based Competition (David P. Lepak, Scott A. Snell).
6 Hiring for Knowledge-Based Competition (Elaine D. Pulakos, David W. Dorsey, Walter C. Borman).
7 Contracting Talent for Knowledge-Based Competition (Alison Davis-Blake, Pamsy P. Hui).
Part Four: Developing and Motivating Employees for Knowledge-Based Competition.
8 Knowledge Management: Developing Intellectual and Social Capital (Raymond A. Noe, Jason A. Colquitt, Marcia J. Simmering, Sharon A. Alvarez).
9 Stimulating and Supporting Creativity in Organizations (Greg R. Oldham).
10 Reward Systems in Knowledge-Based Organizations (Edward E. Lawler III).
11 Retaining Knowledge by Retaining Technical Professionals: Implications of the Unfolding Turnover Model and the Job Embeddedness Construct (Steven D. Maurer, Thomas W. Lee, Terence R. Mitchell).
Part Five: Measuring Knowledge-Based Resources.
12 Assessing the Culture and Climate for Organizational Learning (Lois E. Tetrick, Nancy Da Silva).
13 Strategic Knowledge Measurement and Management (John W. Boudreau).
Part Six: Conclusion.
14 Managing Human Resources for Knowledge-Based Competition: New Research Directions (Susan E. Jackson, Michael A. Hitt, Angelo S. DeNisi).