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Senge's 'The Fifth Discipline'

Refer to Peter Senge's "The Fifth Discipline", summarize systems thinking and how it impacts an organization's ability to create change. Relate a personal experiences that relate to this.

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Systems Thinking

Refer to Peter Senge's "The Fifth Discipline"; summarize systems thinking and how it impacts an organization's ability to create change. Relate a personal experience that relate to this.

The systems thinking that have been referred to in the Fifth Discipline relate to the need for building a shared vision, team learning and personal mastery to gain full potential. The five disciplines of the Fifth Discipline are personal mastery, mental models, building a shared vision, team learning and systems thinking. The book addresses the issue of group problem solving. Also the book describes seven learning disabilities that prevent a person from learning.

These include items like "the enemy out there", "the Fixation of Events", and "The Myth of the Management Team". The book also presents the 11 lays of Fifth Discipline which are guidelines for improved group problem solving. These ...

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