This cutting-edge new textbook examines how effective knowledge management can make organizations more innovative. Blending an extensive body of international research and analysis with examples of practical implementation, it demonstrates how organizational structures and strategies combined with digital technologies can better foster innovation. Critically rigorous and full of engaging pedagogy, this accessible textbook will enable readers to understand the complexity of innovation processes and the opportunities and challenges that face managers as they exploit new technologies to produce value. Contemporary case studies based on the authors’ original research and focused on international organizations from a range of industries demonstrate the applicability of key theories and concepts to real-world practical opportunities. This is an essential textbook for upper undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA students studying knowledge management and innovation. It is also suitable for any student of organisation studies wanting to understand more about the role that the digital has to play in fostering innovation and managing knowledge.