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Peter M. Senge



Peter Senge is a senior lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management, and the founding chair of the Society for Organizational Learning. He is the author of the widely acclaimed Fifth Discipline series. Senge is globally recognized as one of the most innovative thinkers about management and leadership, translating the abstract ideas of systems theory into tools for better understanding economic and organizational change.
Books currently available by this author

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing

Schools That Learn

Art Kleiner, Bryan Smith, Janis Dutton, Nelda H. Cambron-McCabe, Peter M. Senge, Timothy Lucas
Authors:
Art Kleiner, Bryan Smith, Janis Dutton, Nelda H. Cambron-McCabe, Peter M. Senge, Timothy Lucas
Nicholas Brealey Publishing

The Necessary Revolution

Bryan Smith, Joe Laur, Nina Kruschwitz, Peter M. Senge, Sara Schley
Authors:
Bryan Smith, Joe Laur, Nina Kruschwitz, Peter M. Senge, Sara Schley
Nicholas Brealey Publishing

Presence

Betty Sue Flowers, C. Otto Scharmer, Joseph Jaworski, Peter M. Senge
Authors:
Betty Sue Flowers, C. Otto Scharmer, Joseph Jaworski, Peter M. Senge
Nicholas Brealey Publishing

The Dance of Change

Art Kleiner, Bryan Smith, Charlotte Roberts, Geroge Roth, Peter M. Senge, Richard Ross
Authors:
Art Kleiner, Bryan Smith, Charlotte Roberts, Geroge Roth, Peter M. Senge, Richard Ross
Nicholas Brealey Publishing

The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook

Art Kleiner, Bryan Smith, Charlotte Roberts, Peter M. Senge, Richard Ross
Authors:
Art Kleiner, Bryan Smith, Charlotte Roberts, Peter M. Senge, Richard Ross

This book is for people who want to learn, especially while treading the fertile ground of organizational life. The idea of a learning organization has become increasingly prominent over the last few years. This book's predecessor, The Fifth Discipline, helped give voice to that wave on interest by presenting the conceptual underpinnings of the work of building learning organizations. Since its publication in 1990, Peter Senge et al. have talked to thousands of people who have committed themselves to the idea of building a learning organization. However, many of them are still not certain how to put the concepts into practice, asking questions like 'What do we do Monday morning? How do we navigate past the many barriers and roadblocks to collective learning? How do we discover exactly what kind of learning organization we wish to create? How do we get started?' No one person has THE answers to these questions, but there are answers. It is time for a 'fieldbook' - a collection of notes, reflections and exercised 'from the field'. This volume contains 172 pieces of writing by 67 authors, describing tools and methods, stories and reflections, guiding ideas and exercises and resources which people are using effectively.