The Fifth Discipline The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization, by Senge, Peter M
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- ISBN: 9780385517256 | 0385517254
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 3/21/2006
The Harvard Business Review praised THE FIFTH DISCIPLINE as one of the seminal business books of the twentieth century, and Fortune magazine called Peter Senge's concept of organizations that concentrate on eliminating embedded learning disabilities the "organization form of the 90s." In the post-Enron world, the idea of building a healthy and vibrant corporate culture is more relevant than ever. With more than one hundred pages of new material, TTHE FIFTH DISCIPLINE provides an essential blueprint for corporations in the twenty-first century. Drawing on science, spiritual wisdom, psychology, and the cutting edge of management thought, Senge presents the theories and practices that have helped companies like Intel, Nike, Procter & Gamble, and Coopers and Lybrand achieve desired goals by nurturing patterns of thinking within their organizations and creating a workplace where people are continually learning together. In a clear, engaging style, THE FIFTH DISCIPLINE explains how to: Reignite the spark of genuine learning, driven by people who focus on what truly matters to them Bridge teamwork into macro-creativity Free individuals from confining assumptions and mindsets Learn to see both the forest and the trees for better decision making The only sustainable source of competitive advantage is an organization's ability to learn faster than its competitors. THE FIFTH DISCIPLINE shows the way. Reading it is an eye-opening experience on every level, both personally and professionally.