‘’Knowledge’’ is progressively known as being of central significance to organizations in the contemporary knowledge society. Observed evidence demonstrates that gradually knowledge-based tasks are being conducted by teams of geographically dispersed actors between markets and companies. Furthermore, firms are increasingly employing dispersed teams, since one of the benefits of dispersed teams is the ability of its members to provide diverse knowledge and expertise. In spite of all this industry attention, not much understood about how to successfully cooperate to facilitate different types of knowledge-based tasks. The research on dispersed collaboration and knowledge management is young, the consequences of managing dispersed knowledge are less understood, and the field is still being mapped out.