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The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook : Strategies and Tools for Building a Learning Organization


Edited by Peter M. Senge, Art Kleiner and Charlotte Roberts



0385472560
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Format: Paperback, 593pp.
ISBN: 9780385472562
Publisher: Currency Doubleday
Pub. Date: July 1994

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Senge's best-selling The Fifth Discipline led Business Week to dub him the "new guru" of the corporate world; here he offers executives a step-by-step guide to building "learning organizations" of their own. A step-by-step guide to establishing learning organizations within existing companies functions as a participative workbook, with exercises for both individuals and teams, suggested approaches and ideas, and success stories.

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Senge promoted the learning organization and introduced systems-thinking in The Fifth Discipline (Doubleday, 1990). This sequel is a quantum leap, treating management as an empirical science. Designed as a workbook, a companion, and a source of exercises and techniques for the continuing education of its readers, this collection of notes, reflections, and exercises "from the field" comprises 146 pieces of writing by 70 authors. The offerings can be read in any order; browsing is aided by handy margin icons. Libraries may purchase copies for their business collection shelves, but one gets the impression that this work is primarily targeted to a defined audience, namely, the devotees of Senge's previous work. Recommended for public libraries with substantial business holdings. Library Journal, Randy Abbott, Univ. of Evansville Libs., Ind.


 

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Peter Senge is the director of the Center for Organizational Learning at MIT's Sloan School of Management, founding partner of Innovation Associates in Boston, and the author of The Fifth Discipline. Art Kleiner is a professional writer, a faculty member at New York University, and a consulting editor at the Center for Organizational Learning at MIT. Charlotte Roberts is a consultant and speaker based in Sherrills Ford, North Carolina. Rick Ross is a senior partner of Ross Partners, a consulting firm based in Encinitas, California, specializing in applying the tools and methods of the learning organization and achieving organizational change. Bryan Smith is president of Innovation Associates of Canada in Toronto, and consults with senior managers on integrating vision-based leadership, strategy, and the learning disciplines.



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