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The fifth discipline : the art and practice of the learning organization (original: 1990; edição: 1990)

de Peter M. Senge

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An MIT Professor's pathbreaking book on building "learning organizations"--Corporations that overcome inherent obstacles to learning and develop dynamic ways to pinpoint the threats that face them and to recognize new opportunities. Not only is the learning organization a new source of competitive advantage, it also offers a marvelously empowering approach to work, one which promises that, as Archimedes put it, "with a lever long enough ... single-handed I can move the world."… (mais)
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Título:The fifth discipline : the art and practice of the learning organization
Autores:Peter M. Senge
Informação:New York : Doubleday/Currency, c1990.
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Want your team to learn and grow. Read this book. ( )
  Jolene.M | Jul 30, 2020 |
This book is the seminal statement of systems thinking – the philosophic idea that knowledge is increasingly aligned in groups of thought. And the goal of systems thinking is to produce an organization of human endeavors that – wait for it – learns. The learning organization trumps not only individual learners but also established organizations that have ceased to learn/grow/adapt effectively.

While this might seem obvious to those (like myself) in research, much of this runs counter to traditional American management thought. Senge, like many others in new management culture, says that not a hierarchy but the ability to learn across all levels is the distinctive feature of organizations that win. Like Deming and the Gemba Kaizen movement, he cites the productivity of the Toyota automobile corporation over prior decades as his proof. (He writes before Toyota had safety troubles that needed to be addressed.)

As a multi-disciplinary professional, I like Senge’s appreciation of the flatness of organizations. Knowledge, not positions, are what drive organizations forward. By applying a psychology of learning to business and management, he catalogs the practices in which knowledge forms and in which social organizations (not just individuals) learn.

The last full section (which is new to this edition) contains use cases of the application of systems thinking to real organizations in time and space. In it, Senge refines many of his concepts in response to feedback and so demonstrates the quality of learning that he so much espouses.

Engaging, accessible, and creative, this book speaks to those tired of mere control at work and to those who seek mastery at all spheres of life – not at just pleasing the boss. It promises to point the way to future learning and future productivity. It will expand the thoughts and refine the practices of any worker at any level who thumbs through this work.

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1 vote scottjpearson | Jan 25, 2020 |
Organizational effectiveness ; Work groups
  Biovitrum | Feb 11, 2019 |
> Les grands progrès réalisés par les entreprises contemporaines sont avant tout l'oeuvre d'équipes. Cependant, bien souvent, les équipes semblent frappées par une incapacité à exploiter leurs expériences. Peter Senge, Professeur au MIT, propose une méthode pour pallier ce problème : la pensée systémique ou cinquième discipline. En s'appuyant sur la maîtrise personnelle des méthodes, la déconstruction des modèles mentaux, le partage de visions et l'apprentissage en équipe, les entreprises parviendront à capitaliser sur leur expérience.
Cet ouvrage décrit pas à pas la mise en place de la méthode préconisée, et l'applique ensuite à des cas d'école. En effet, son objectif n'est pas de trouver des solutions concrètes mais de se donner les moyens de les trouver. Sa lecture peut être complétée par un recueil pratique, La Danse du changement, du même auteur. Un style efficace, une consultation aisée et une lecture facilitée par la présence de nombreux exemples. --Cyril Demaria

> Alors que tout se périme à la vitesse de la lumière, ce livre dont la première édition remonte à 25 ans, est au coeur de l'actualité des entreprises : apprendre et changer sont encore plus leurs enjeux premiers. --Eric Albert, Institut Français d'Action sur le Stress (IFAS)

> Margherita Nasi. Peter Senge : La cinquième discipline, Levier des organisations apprenantes. Editions Eyrolles, 296 pages, 39 euros. (Le Monde.fr)
  Joop-le-philosophe | Nov 26, 2018 |
In The Fifth 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.
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 time ( )
  GRUResourceLibrary | Oct 10, 2016 |
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An MIT Professor's pathbreaking book on building "learning organizations"--Corporations that overcome inherent obstacles to learning and develop dynamic ways to pinpoint the threats that face them and to recognize new opportunities. Not only is the learning organization a new source of competitive advantage, it also offers a marvelously empowering approach to work, one which promises that, as Archimedes put it, "with a lever long enough ... single-handed I can move the world."

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