Managing the Knowledge Culture expertly explores how to overcome one of the biggest challenges 21st century leaders and their followers face-functioning effectively in a knowledge culture. The thoroughly up-to-date book will deepen your understanding of the knowledge culture and its management and clearly detail the changing roles of leaders and administrators. If you're a human resource professional or manager who wants to be on the leading-edge of knowledge management, this realistic resource is a must. In eight chapters, Managing the Knowledge Culture addresses the most essential areas for today's leaders-including information gathering and sharing, innovation and entrepreneurship, mentoring and ethics, and strategic planning and globalization. You'll gain many strategies, skills and practices for developing trust and confidence among workers, creating a work environment where collaboration thrives, encouraging open communication, taking an interest in each worker's achievements, and more.