• The Art and Science of Learning Organisation
    training institute said, “Shift Happens!” None of us can prevent it. We can only deal with it. That institute drew heavily on the work of MIT’s Peter M. Senge of the Sloan School of Management and his 1994 book The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Practice of The Learning Organization. Senge’s five key...
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  • The Learning Organisation
    energy and renewal. Are continuously aware of and interact with their environment. (Kerka 1995) As Kerka (1995) goes onto comment, the five disciplines that Peter Senge  goes on to identify (personal mastery, mental models, shared vision, team learning and systems thinking) are the keys to...
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  • Essay
    mastery of certain basic disciplines or ‘component technologies’. The five that Peter Senge identifies are said to be converging to innovate learning organizations. They are: Systems thinking Personal mastery Mental models Building shared vision Team learning He adds to this recognition that...
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  • The Learning Organisation
    Kerka (1995) goes onto comment, the five disciplines that Peter Senge goes on to identify (personal mastery, mental models, shared vision, team learning and systems thinking) are the keys to achieving this sort of organization. Here, rather than focus too strongly on the five disciplines (these can...
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  • Research
    communication is making an investment that pays off in higher employee morale and a more successful business. An organization is more successful if its employees learn quicker, implement and commercialize knowledge. Peter Senge provides us with the five disciplines to follow in order to have and...
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  • The Leader as a Social Architect: Organizational Learning
    effects of learning and knowledge on behaviors and organizational outcomes (Schulz, 2001). The concept of an organization that learns is not a new one. It started in the fifties and blossomed in the 1990’s, stimulated by Peter Senge’s Fifth Discipline and countless other publications (Garvin, Edmondson et...
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  • Leadership and System Thinking
    the five disciplines that Peter Senge presents in his book “The Fifth Discipline”, system thinking, he says “is the corner stone for organizational learning” (Senge 1990, p. 69), and it’s the most important of the of disciplines in fostering awareness during times of change, turmoil and uncertainty...
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  • The Learning Organization
    Running Head: THE LEARNING ORGANIZATION: A REVIEW AND The Learning Organization: A Review and Workplace Assessment 12 July 2009 Abstract The learning organization is an idea that results from years of research incorporating five distinct disciplines. Peter Senge has brought these...
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  • learning organizations
    people at all levels, individually and collectively, are continually increasing their capacity to produce results they really care about"(Karash). In his book The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Practice of The Learning Organization, Peter Senge talks about the five disciplines that make up a...
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  • Peter Senge’s Five Disciplines
    “adaptive learning”, learning that enhances the capacity to create (Mark,2001). The dimension that differentiates learning from more traditional organizations is the mastery of certain basic disciplines. The five that Peter Senge identifies to be leading to innovative learning organizations are...
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  • Linkages-Organizational Learning-Individual Learning-Learning Organization
    , during which process we read/ scanned around 30 books and papers including some by great names in the field of learning like Peter Senge, Chris Argyris, Mark Easterby Smith, David, A. Garvin, Donald A., Schon, Edgar Schein, Daniel Kim, Takeuchi and Nonaka, Tom Peters, Eugene S. Smith, to name a few...
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  • Mindful Enterprise
    discipline: the art and practice of the learning organization, (1st ed) New York, Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing group Senge, P.M, Kleiner, A., Roberts C., Richard R.& Bryan S. (1994) The fifth discipline fieldbook: Strategies and Tools for Building Learning Organization, New York, Bantam Doubleday Dell...
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  • Leadership Towards Learning Organisation
    am my posit/off); the delusion of learning from experience and management team myths. Any organisation, according to Senge (1994), can avoid these deadly pitfalls and become successful by mastering the five learning disciplines necessary for entering the "deep leaming cycle" (Senge, 1994:18) where...
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  • Learning Organisations
    organizations that will truly excel in the future are those that discover how to tap people's commitment and capacity to learn at all levels in an organization (Peter M. Senge, The Fifth Discipline Handbook: Strategies and Tools for Building a Learning Organization). At one time or another, says Senge...
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  • Iranian Culture
    in its application. Literature review Learning organizations The learning organization (LO) model proposed by of Senge (1990) has five interrelated disciplines: systems thinking, personal mastery, shared visions, mental models, and team learning. Senge (1990) argued that development of these...
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  • Annotated Bibliography
    reader with a test case to try their knowledge and skills. He then follows with a chapter on each stage of transition with concepts and strategies. 19. Senge, Peter “The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Science of the Learning Organization (1990) New York Doubleday. It’s all about learning. Once...
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  • The Learning Organisation
    Organisational learning and learning organisations have been the focus of a great deal of evaluation within management literature since the 1990’s (Senge, 1990; Michaux, 2002). This paper aims to define and critically evaluate the concept of a learning organisation by drawing on the writings of...
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  • Organizational Learning
    to themselves. Johnsonville Foods also offers an effective background through which to reaffirm Senge’s idea of a learning organization. For instance, we saw in five principles of Senge’s learning organization, “organizations learn through individuals who learn.” According to Senge...
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  • "Building a Culture for Sustaining Change" Simulation
    organization is composed of circular relationships rather than linear. Senge argues that organization's can no longer utilize a traditional leadership model but must "gain the commitment of employees at all levels and continually expand their capacity to learn" (2007). He argues there are five...
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  • Culture Change Report Philips Physical Physique
    Kerka (1995) goes onto comment, the five disciplines that Peter Senge goes on to identify (personal mastery, mental models, shared vision, team learning and systems thinking) are the keys to achieving this sort of organization. Here, rather than focus too strongly on the five disciplines (these can be...
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