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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 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 Fif. The Fifth Discipline The Art Practice of The Learning Organization Peter M SengeThe Fifth Discipline The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization Peter M Senge 1990 is a book by Peter Senge 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 reflective conversation and understanding comple

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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 tim. 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 leadership book and real

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Th 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. Good ideas but far too much stories and uasi philosophical fluff Could have been edited to one third of its size


10 thoughts on “The Fifth Discipline

  1. says:

    The Fifth Discipline The Art Practice of The Learning Organization Peter M SengeThe Fifth Discipline The Art and Practice of the Learning Organ

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    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 situationThe book traces the endemic learning disabilities that plague most organizations expounds on the fundamental laws of the fifth discipline and describes typical ‘system archetyp

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    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 inuiring 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 uality and competition

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    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 uncer

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    Good ideas but far too much stories and uasi philosophical fluff Could have been edited to one third of its size

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    Rarely would I use this term to describe anything but the good book itself but here goes this book is the bible for any leadermanagerOr 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 uponThe book is both fr

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    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 i

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    Years ago I wrote I have historically struggled a great deal with reading business oriented books And why is this? To begin with most business books feel terribly pretentious even if the authors aren't in reality that way The Fifth Disciple was a reminder of what I wrote that Although not devoid of value or practical use The Fifth Discipline is an overly long book which forces the reader to slog through pages and pages of banal e

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    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 ag

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    Stumbled upon a copy this week and decided to re read I found it 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 clie