In order to survive the competition of today's industries, it is required to develop products continuously with more personal values in shorter development period. Many companies are working on piloting the idea of sharing technical outcomes learned from individual project with others within their organization. Thus the optimization of total knowledge management is required instead of individual project optimization. However, adapting to this type of thinking is difficult in managing coordination by trial and error because parts combined industrial products are systems containing complicated technical factors.
In this research, we studied the correlation between organization structures and leaderships in managing knowledge of different projects.