"Forget your old, tired ideas about leadership. The most successful corporation of the 1990s will be something called a learning organization." -- Fortune Magazine.
PETER M. SENGE is the founding chairperson of the Society for Organizational Learning and a senior lecturer at MIT. He is the co-author of The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, The Dance of Change, and Schools That Learn (part of the Fifth Discipline Fieldbook series) and has lectured extensively throughout the world. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.See all Editorial Reviews
This book was a great tool for our Human Resources Library!Published 13 days ago by Wanda Bolden-Ross
This book was required reading for a class in my Master's program and the University of Texas, El Paso. I bought it on Kindle. Read morePublished 22 days ago by John D. Mitchel
Fast shipping, very pleased- exactly the book I needed for college.Published 1 month ago by angela parker
The book was well written and an interesting read. I am highly disappointed with the construction of the book. I have only read it once and the pages are falling out. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Samantha Eller
I stopped reading after the first chapters, tried to get into it somewhere in the middle. Seems like a lot of nonsense posing as direction. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A.B. Altalena
IF you are in management this is a must read. Senge is way ahead in his thinking. Systems thinking is the future of the business world.Published 2 months ago by Sandra Byrd
In The Fifth Discipline, the author, Peter Senge, describes the five disciplines necessary for proper organization within a company. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard Shanks Jr.