The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge was initially published in 1990 and it was widely received and recognized as one of most influential business books. In 1997, the book was identified by Harvard Business Review as one of the seminal management books. It is a bestselling classic that helped revolutionize the concept of organizational and group work.
“Reading through the book I did feel that many of the ideas in Systems Thinking overlaps greatly with what I had learned from lean principles.” – Henry Lawson
“Go read this book right now — it’s a life changer.” Macleod and co
“In the Fifth Discipline (which is Systems Thinking) Senge encourages managers to look at problems from a holistic perspective. “ Panview
People are prone to think of leadership as an individual activity linked to a position—usually the top of the organizational chart. Furthermore, they often think the ability to lead is reserved for a heroic few, those individuals who save us from ourselves by making up for our deficiencies. We have heard
Any conversation about effective teaching must begin with a consideration of how students learn. Yet instructors who want to investigate the mechanisms and conditions that promote student learning may find themselves caught between two kinds of resources: Research articles with technical discussions of learning, or books and Web sites with concrete
The way we manage organizations seems increasingly out of date. Deep inside, we sense that more is possible. We long for soulful workplaces, for authenticity, community, passion, and purpose. In this groundbreaking book, the author shows that every time, in the past, when humanity has shifted to a new stage of
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The core idea of this book is simple: institutions of learning can be designed and run as learning organizations. In other words, schools can be made sustainably vital and creative, not by fiat or command or by regulation or forced rankings, but by adopting a learning orientation. This means involving everyone