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The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization by Peter M. Senge. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. The Fifth Discipline was originally published in hardcover by Currency Doubleday, a division of Senge, Peter M. The fifth discipline: the art and practice of. Editorial Reviews. ppti.info Review. Peter Senge, founder of the Center for Organizational Peter M. Senge (Author) eBook features: Highlight, take notes .

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The fifth discipline: Peter M Senge Publisher: New York: 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.

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Fifth discipline. Document, Internet resource Document Type: Peter M Senge Find more information about: Peter M Senge. A pioneer in learning organizations offers five disciplines that reveal the link between far-flung causes and immediate effects and that can save organizations from becoming "learning disabled," helping them to learn better and faster. Read more Reviews Editorial reviews.

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School Organization. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Primary Entity http: Book , schema: Senge also defines several archetypes of systems that he encounters over and over again. The basic cycles are balancing processes and reinforcing processes. Balancing process with delay.

The fifth discipline : the art and practice of the learning organization

This is a simple cycle where an action in one direction eventually causes a reverse effect on the same variable. This is a fairly standard feedback loop with delay in the control world. It is interesting because the delay frequently makes people overreact when their first action appears to be ineffective.

Limits to growth. This is a pair of cycles. One reinforcing cycle represents growth, but is connected to a balancing cycle that reduces the effectiveness of the growth cycle. Shifting the burden. One process makes the problem go away temporarily.

This has a side reinforcing process that adversely affects the ability to employ the long-term solution. Best is example is alcoholism where the alcoholic uses alcohol as a fix, but the longer she drinks the harder it is to stop.

Shifting the burden to the intervener.

A special case where an external entity is the quick fix, slowly eroding the internal ability to solve the problem. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for life. Eroding goals. Another special case where the fix is to let a goal slip.

This eases tension and sets up a downward spiral where the tension can only be relaxed by letting the fundamental goals slip.

Two reinforcing processes linked by a common problem. This is the model used to describe arms races or price wars.

Success to the successful. This can quickly spiral out of control, leaving only one user. Tragedy of the commons. A common, limited resource is used by many groups. While the overall usage is low, there is no problem. As all the users are successful, they demand more and more of the resource. As the resource becomes the constraint, the tragedy is that the users do not see what is happening until too late. This is frequently found in land-use problems and was a likely cause of the dust bowl and over-grazing of African savannas.

Fixes that fail.

This is basically a shifting the burden without a second, fundamental balancing loop. There are the easy fixes that also cause long-term problems.Part 1. Tragedy of the commons. The ability to know oneself; how one reacts to situations and people. Print version: Par mills erica le mercredi, mai 31 , - Lien permanent Peter M.

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