Knowledge Management is a mission critical concern for all managers of today and tomorrow. In a world where political borders are becoming less significant than organizational borders, we face more competition from regions that never before entered our concerns. Unfortunately, with a global market we are also beginning to suffer under a deluge of data and information, the mass volume of which can actually stifle our efforts at knowledge creation. Knowledge management is the suite of processes, methodologies and technologies we implement to encourage the capture and transfer of knowledge throughout our enterprise. Knowledge management is also the culture we create within our enterprise that encourages participation in knowledge exchange. We can no longer sit back and wait for knowledge to come to us, or to expect innovation to just happen. “Proactive management” is the key phrase for knowledge and we need to build infrastructure to facilitate knowledge growth and to provide the mechanisms to collect, filter and disseminate knowledge. Infrastructure for Knowledge Management is a book that bridges the gap between the new demands being placed upon management and the tools used by Information Technology specialists in their attempt to manage information. In this book we take a look at both the cultural components required as well as the technology we can use to support knowledge capture and transfer.