Mastery of Senge's five disciplines enables managers to overcome their obstacles to growth and creates brave new futures for them and their companies. The five disciplines are drawn from science, spiritual wisdom, psychology, the cutting edge of management thought, and Senge's own work with top corporations that employ his methods. Listening to The Fifth Discipline provides a searching personal experience and a dramatic professional shift of mind.
©1994 Peter M. Senge; (P)1994 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, a Division of Random House Inc., All Rights Reserved
The ideas are great, really intriguing, and normally I would give this book 5 stars. But this is an abridged version, apparently an old version, and nowhere is this fact stated. Also, only half the content is read by Mr. Senge, the rest by some anonymous guy.
On the other hand, the reviews of the complete book (Kindle edition) indicates that that version is too long, so maybe an abridged version is OK? But please inform me before I buy.
This was one of the greatest books I have gone through this year. insights are shared in a simple and powerful yet practical ways. audio presentation was excellent
great concepts - only wish it went more in depth and perhaps updated. But really the basis for any study and application on organizational systems .
I personally get more out of readibgvalong and list Bing. The value is I seem to retain more information from th book that way.
Sergea Whoolwy strategy on continuous improvement of the learning organization is in my humble opinion are the best ideas and they are ideas that work.
Every chapter of this book has information that is relevant and inspiring as to how to move an individual and the organization towards continuous improvement. The whole book is the best in the topic.
I loved the book. I am in the police profession and policing is very tradition and this is how we always have done status quo mentality. We need to change this in th policing profession if we are to improve our strategies operations and tactics and understand how they impact the moral, mental and physical levels of police work and how it effects the people we protect and serve.
A Good Tool for Organizational Leadership. The author provides a good overview of how systems thinking can help an organization achieve its goals.
It is true that organizations should always be learning. While the book was interesting, I felt like I was always waiting for some nugget. Overall, the concepts are solid, but I didn't think there was anything new for an experienced manager already working in a learning organization. I would recommend this book to new managers.
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Please read if you are interested in building an organization of future, actually if you want your company to survive
I would read another book by him but not listen to it
provide the whole book
This is an abridged version that contains no where near the entire book as it is sold in print. Literally wasted my time and credits since I needed access to chapters not includes with this
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