Abstract: After surveying the evolution of the leader’s role as a generalist, Cleveland discusses how information has replaced material things as the major resource that must be managed, and he goes on to discuss how attempting to manage information using techniques developed to manage things will cause trouble for leaders. He considers some of the social changes that will be necessary for a successful transition to leadership in an information-dominated […] Favorite!
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Abstract: Leadership is a key influence on the conduct and outcomes of knowledge management in organizations and economies. This chapter advances and describes seven essential aspects of effective knowledge leadership: context, competence, culture, communities, conversation, communication, and coaching. It argues for the importance of leadership in measuring the results of knowledge initiatives. The chapter closes with a knowledge leadership litmus test.