Knowledge management encompasses all the cultural, organizational and technical parts. Its implementation in practice and in life involves a fundamental change in attitudes to sharing knowledge and experience and dealing with them. Separate information does not only build knowledge about itself and does not bring added value. That gets right up in correlation with human capital. It is necessary the management creates a suitable environments complying with relevant processes. The motivation of national parks is to be first in line prosperous that the management is effective and it brings back funds for the organization itself.The case study will deal as comparison of personal management within two transboundary national parks between the Czech Republic and Bavaria, which is bilateral since establishing of the Czech one. The comparison of these two national parks will be achieved because one of them is much older and has long experiences with leading and managing and also creating the trademark of a national park. The main purpose and the main aim of this article is to analyze the current status of the top management of both border national park administrations of Bavarian Forest National Park and Šumava National Park.