Relationships between leaders, capital, and knowledge


  • Agnieszka Rzepka Lublin University of Technology



relational intellectual capital, leadership, Business knowledge


Intellectual capital describes the knowledge resources that a company can use to reap advantages (Muslih, 2021). While human capital is frequently associated with organizational capital (Beltramino, 2020), it is also important to emphasize the role of humans in generating intellectual capital (Dessein& Pratt, 2022; Ozgun, 2022). Interactions between employees within the organization or between its employees and their larger context are crucial. Such relationships have been described as "relational capital" (Zhang, 2022).  By one definition, leadership is the ability to influence people to achieve organizational goals (Daft, 2014). There is increasing recognition, however, that traditional leadership models are insufficient to face the challenges of a modern, turbulent world and must be transformed (Brennan, 2022). This article examines the intricate relationship between leaders, capital, and knowledge within a business environment. It uncovers how agile leaders foster a specific atmosphere of creativity and responsiveness while enabling organizations to seize opportunities and confidently tackle challenges. Lastly, it highlights the tangible benefits of an agile leadership approach.