Scholars from many disciplines have long studied the field of knowledge management, and significant challenges endure. These challenges exist in both theoretical and con- ceptual application of knowledge management. Change will be omnipresent—requiring organizations to make incremental or continuous improvements, and break- through or “game-changing” advances. Organizations can establish a structure; communicate their intent and the benefits to the organization and to the individual. You can extend the invitation, answer all of their questions and accept their ideas for im- provement. Still, people will only recognize value and participate if that value is appli- cable to them. The question is: What are the contributions that knowledge management will make as a field of study and a relevant practice?