Leading Learning OrganizationsA brief article discussing the roles of leaders at different levels in the organization.
Peter Senge, knowledge management guru, gives a brief introduction to three types of leadership in the learning organization.
Local line leaders are experienced with specific business or topic areas. They help in design and implementation and also serve as leaders by setting examples and teaching others about knowledge sharing processes.
Executive leaders resemble CKOs and act as champions, mentors, thinking partners and connectors. They are responsible for fostering the appropriate organizational culture to support knowledge sharing.
Third, internal networkers lack positional authority but move around the organization adapting to changes and smoothing transitions. Autor(es): Peter M. Senge