The Fifth Discipline The Art Practice of The Learning Organization Completely Updated and RevisedThis revised edition of Peter Senge s bestselling classic The Fifth Discipline is based on fifteen years of experience in putting the book s ideas into practice As Seng

  • Title: The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization
  • Author: Peter M. Senge
  • ISBN: 9780385517256
  • Page: 433
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  • Completely Updated and RevisedThis revised edition of Peter Senge s bestselling classic, The Fifth Discipline, is based on fifteen years of experience in putting the book s ideas into practice As Senge makes clear, in the long run the only sustainable competitive advantage is your organization s ability to learn faster than the competition The leadership stories in the bCompletely Updated and RevisedThis revised edition of Peter Senge s bestselling classic, The Fifth Discipline, is based on fifteen years of experience in putting the book s ideas into practice As Senge makes clear, in the long run the only sustainable competitive advantage is your organization s ability to learn faster than the competition The leadership stories in the book demonstrate the many ways that the core ideas in The Fifth Discipline, many of which seemed radical when first published in 1990, have become deeply integrated into people s ways of seeing the world and their managerial practices In The Fifth Discipline, Senge describes how companies can rid themselves of the learning disabilities that threaten their productivity and success by adopting the strategies of learning organizations ones in which new and expansive patterns of thinking are nurtured, collective aspiration is set free, and people are continually learning how to create results they truly desire The updated and revised Currency edition of this business classic contains over one hundred pages of new material based on interviews with dozens of practitioners at companies like BP, Unilever, Intel, Ford, HP, Saudi Aramco, and organizations like Roca, Oxfam, and The World Bank It features a new Foreword about the success Peter Senge has achieved with learning organizations since the book s inception, as well as new chapters on Impetus getting started , Strategies, Leaders New Work, Systems Citizens, and Frontiers for the Future Mastering the disciplines Senge outlines in the book will Reignite the spark of genuine learning driven by people focused on what truly matters to them Bridge teamwork into macro creativity Free you of confining assumptions and mindsets Teach you to see the forest and the trees End the struggle between work and personal time

    The Fifth Discipline The Fifth Discipline The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization is a book by Peter Senge a senior lecturer at MIT focusing on group problem solving using the systems thinking method in order to convert companies into learning organizations.The five disciplines represent approaches theories and methods for developing three core learning capabilities fostering aspiration, developing The Fifth Discipline The Art Practice of The Learning The Fifth Discipline The Art Practice of The Learning Organization Peter M Senge on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Completely Updated and Revised This revised edition of Peter Senge s bestselling classic The Fifth Discipline The Art Practice of the Learning The Fifth Discipline The Art Practice of the Learning Organization Peter M Senge on FREE shipping on qualifying offers An MIT Professor s pathbreaking book on building learning organizations corporations that overcome inherent obstacles to learning and develop dynamic ways to pinpoint the threats that face them and to recognize new opportunities. CPOR Key Concepts from The Fifth Discipline Crisis Preparation and Organizational Resilience Based on Organizational Dynamics course at the University of Pennsylvania. The Fifth Discipline The Art and Practice of the Learning Completely Updated and Revised This revised edition of Peter Senge s bestselling classic, The Fifth Discipline, is based on fifteen years of experience in putting the book s ideas into practice.As Senge makes clear, in the long run the only sustainable competitive advantage is your organization s ability to learn faster than the competition. Organizational Learning, SoL North AmericaSociety for Working and learning in collaboration is exponentially powerful than working in isolation We harness the energy of people around the power of organizational learning by connecting passionate individuals to a like minded community that grows, discovers, and learns together. Learning Disciplines The Change Forum Extended Reading FactFile The Disciplines Recommended Reading Peter Senge Five Learning Disciplines by Bill Cropper, Director The Change Forum Download extended PDF version FactFile In , Peter Senge published The Fifth Discipline later followed by The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook Strategies and Tools for Building a Learning Organization in . Peter Senge Peter Michael Senge Stanford Californi , is een Amerikaanse wetenschapper op het gebied van kennismanagement, en directeur van het Center for Organizational Learning aan de MIT Sloan School of Management. Senge schreef met het boek The fifth discipline the art and practice of the learning organization uit vertaald De vijfde discipline baanbrekend werk over Organizational infed Peter Senge and the learning organization Peter Senge and the learning organization Peter Senge s vision of a learning organization as a group of people who are continually enhancing their capabilities to create what they want to create has been deeply influential. Fifth column military tactic Britannica Fifth column Fifth column,, clandestine group or faction of subversive agents who attempt to undermine a nation s solidarity by any means at their disposal The term is credited to Emilio Mola Vidal, a Nationalist general during the Spanish Civil War As four of

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    1. The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization, Peter M. Sengeتاریخ نخستین خوانش: روز بیستم اکتبر سال 1997 میلادیعنوان: پنجمین فرمان؛ نویسنده: پیتر سنگه؛ مترجم: حافظ کمال هدایت؛ محمد روشن؛ تهران، سازمان مدیریت صنعتی، 1375؛ در 500 ص؛ چاپ دوم 1377؛ شابک: ایکس - 964617518؛ چاپ چهارم 1382؛ چاپ پنجم 1385؛ در 508 [...]

    2. This book is of biblical importance to any 'systems thinker' and/ or a life long learner, specifically in a organizational context as opposed to a lone ranger situation.The book traces the endemic learning disabilities that plague most organizations, expounds on the fundamental laws of the fifth discipline, and describes typical ‘system archetypes’ that constitute dysfunctional patterns which impede performance.Upon that foundation, it goes to describe each of the five disciplines: personal [...]

    3. مدت زیادی بود که این کتاب در کتابخانه بود و میخواستم مطالعه کنم. از طرف دیگر خیلی وقت بود که به دنبال مطالعه درباره تفکر سیستمی بودم دریغ از اینکه چنین کتاب ارزشمندی در کتابخانه خاک میخورد. با وجودی که کتاب در سال 1990 نوشته شده اغلب اوقات احساس کهنگی نمی کنید و به خوبی با مفاهیم [...]

    4. This book isn't so much a knowledge management book as a tome on management philosophy. Senge has a lot of great ideas and thoughts throughout the book. There is the concept of leaders advocating vs. inquiring. The “what I say vs. what I do” idea of Espoused vs. In-use theories. The heart of the book is centered on five characteristics (disciplines) that organizations need in order to move into the next level of quality and competition. I. Systems Thinking. This is the ability to see the pa [...]

    5. Giving it 5 stars due to a lot of wisdom/gems that helped me better understand my own organization and where we had significant learning disabilities. I read this two years ago and liked it, read it now and saw different insights, and imagine I'll have additional takeaways when observing my next organization. The book does a tremendous job uncovering why many organizations have trouble seeing the reality/system and how traditional managers of the "command/control/plan" school of thought are goin [...]

    6. من أفضل الكتب في مجال الإدارةيشرح الكتاب الأبعاد الخمسة الضرورية لأي منظمة كي تصبح متعلمةفالمعرفة في هذا العصر وسرعتها هي أهم عامل في تميز الشركة عن غيرهاالكتاب بناء على اسمه يركز على البعد الخامس كأهم بعد وهوSystem Thinkingأي التفكير بطريقة النظم التي يمكن أن نبنيها لأي عملية تح [...]

    7. Senge, along with Ackoff and Flood, are some of the great minds in the field of systems thinking and complexity. This book and the full integration and understanding of its content into Leadership and Organisational practice, should, in my opinion, be compulsory. The Learning Organisation is not some pie-in-the-sky, futuristic concept - it is a necessity in respect of Transformation so as to still exist as an organisation, given the rapid change, uncertainty and increased complexity that we live [...]

    8. "Пятая дисциплина. Искусство и практика самообучающейся организации" Питера Сенге вошла в ряд одной из лучших бизнес книг, которые мне доводилось когда либо прочесть. Если сравнивать её с подавляющим большинством другой деловой литературы, то приходишь к выводу, что когда [...]

    9. I'm not going to write a formal review on this one, but it's worthy of a couple of comments. I'm generally not a fan of business-success books, but Senge's observations about organizations and how they function--and can function better--is honest and spot on. The Learning Organizations are those that see the greatest success, and largely because their leaders cultivate an appropriately humble approach to mission fulfillment. Everybody, including top leaders, are part of the organization: they ar [...]

    10. Rarely would I use this term to describe anything but the good book itself but here goes"this book is the bible for any leader/manager".Or maybe a better description would be "the canon", since it is a definitive work but one, as by the theme of the book suggests, that can and should be improved upon.The book is both frustrating and refreshing for the same reason - it doesn't try and present it's ideas in an "easily" replicable framework. Though an outlined framework or step-by-step process/venn [...]

    11. Though this is NOT an easy read, it IS a must-read for everyone in a leadership position, and that really does include teacher-leaders. I think I started it four or five times before I was able to finish it. I would pick it up read a few chapters and then drop out. I'd pick it up again, start over, and then drop out again. It was Wyllis Terry who finally said, don't start it over, just keep reading from where you left off which allowed me to finally finish it. I'm glad I did. It is such a basic [...]

    12. Stumbled upon a copy this week and decided to re-read. I found it more enjoyable now than I did when I read it the first time, perhaps because systems thinking has become such a core part of what we discuss in our company and with our clients. Most of the texts that I read on systems thinking when I was in school and even today are written in a very 'smarter than you' tone; I think that one of the greatest features of this book is that its choice of language is very accessible. I think that ther [...]

    13. Good ideas, but far too much stories and quasi-philosophical fluff. Could have been edited to one third of its size.

    14. I was introduced with this book in a reading group in Tehran.At first I had to read the first two chapters of the book in order to attend at that event.After reading these two chapters, I honestly got interested and read the rest of it.The whole idea around this book is how an organization can improve, not by itself but by helping all of the people working in.

    15. Well, I listened to the abridged version (unknowingly at first), I think I should at least partially reread the unabridged version. Points on mental models and systems thinking are useful and to the point.

    16. Reading yet again in preparation for teaching using this book, among others, to assist in approaches to solving complex problems. I still have major issues with some of Senge's assertions - he is commonly viewed as a brilliant thinker who applied complexity theory to organizational management. However, his reduction to the day-to-day processes of organizations as "archetypes" and the "god's eye" view of the manager as separate from and controlling the organization by optimizing the action of the [...]

    17. The main premise of the book is best summarized by the author in the opening chapter: "The tools and ideas presented in this book are for destroying the illusion that the world is created of separate, unrelated forces. When we give up this illusion—we can then build "learning organizations," organizations where people continually expand their capacity to create the results they truly desire, where new and expansive patterns of thinking are nurtured, where collective aspiration is set free, and [...]

    18. الكتاب ممتع ووافر جدا خاصة للمهتمّن بفهم المنظومات وإدارتها على إختلاف شكلها ( شخص، مؤسسة،مجتمع أودول).عندما نتحدث عن الهندسة الإدارية المنظمات (Organizations )، فإننا تكلم عن سيستام ديناميكي تتحرك فيها أجزاء متعددة داخلية وخارجية كالجدارات، آليات العمل، سياسات، قوانين، سوق هي ع [...]

    19. it was okay. Some nice nuggets and examples but not as fulfilling as I had hoped. Commitment vs compliance, enrolling vs being sold both excellent concepts. also enjoyed the pattern of the beer game.

    20.  The Disciplines. Peter M. Senge presents five component technologies, or disciplines, in the book The Fifth Discipline o Systems Thinking – a conceptual framework, a body of knowledge and tools that make the full patterns of invisible fabrics of interrelated actions (systems) clearer and which helps to change them effectivelyo Personal Mastery – as with a master craftsman, this is a continual clarifying and deepening of our personal vision, focusing of our energies, developing patience, [...]

    21. Vijf disciplines die je nodig hebt om een lerende organisatie te worden. Personal Mastery, Shared vision, Mental models, Team learning en Systems thinking. Wat ik er uithaal is dat alleen kunt komen tot een gedeelde visie als je persoonlijke visie helder is. Daar gaat het volgens mij al snel mis bij alle veranderingen in organisaties. Ook het onderdeel over Systems thinking is blijven hangen. In onze taal zijn we heel doel gericht: Ik schenk water in. Klinkt logisch, lineair. Senge laat ons zien [...]

    22. This book has been around for a long time but it seems that the main messages it contains (My major take-aways): - cause and effect are about large numbers of interactions at many levels that are not necessarily proximate in time.- people really listening to each other and being motivated by each other is how things really get doneare only now starting to really be internalized and popularized.It's not the Human Genome Project, it's proteomics and the epi-genome (how the genes express themselves [...]

    23. "Recommended reading! The organizations that will truly excel in the future will be those that discover how to tap people’s commitment and develop the capacity to learn at all levels in an organization. Deep down, people are learners. No one has to teach an infant to learn. In fact, no one has to teach infants anything. They are intrinsically inquisitive, masterful learners. Learning organizations are possible because at heart we all love to learn. Through learning we re-create ourselves an [...]

    24. This was my first exposure to the ideas of complexity and non-linear systems in the everyday world of business. My other readings to that point in time had been from the scientific perspective. So I enjoyed reading how Mr. Senge applied those concepts to workshops where he had business people experience systems first hand.

    25. This book describes what I would hope most organizations aspire to be, particularly those that want to be known as 'Agile'. Learning Organizations are the organizations that take leadership in the creative economy. This book describes the key characteristics these organizations will have and how these will make the organizations more effective. It's still as relevant today as it was in the 90s.

    26. If you are interested in systems thinking, this is where you start.But don't start if you are prone to depression when you understand why organizations fail or worse, are designed to get what they are getting!But if you have a calling to attempt something bigger, better, and redesigned from the start, courage! and read on!

    27. Absolutely exceptional concepts, and remains a must read for anyone who wants to understand fundamentally important concepts such as organizational learning, systemic approaches (that overtly recognize how processes/actions/sub-systems cause circular impacts) and how to take steps toward related improvements.

    28. Fabulous book - the concept has been explained brilliantly with enough examples. Corporate world can undergo a sea change if systems thinking was applied and learning organisations developed everywhere.

    29. One of the most interesting books I've ever read.Very tough though. It will accompany me for the rest of my lifeIt's about personal mastery ('plus est en vous') and above all about learning organizationsA must read for every one!

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