Disciplines of Learning Organizations Peter Senge

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Disciplines of Learning Organizations Peter Senge
1 Learning organizations are where people continually expand their capacity to create the results they truly desire.
1.1 1) They are able to commit 100% to the vision of the company adopting it as their own..
1.1.1 2) They are able to work as team with hight efficiency and creativity.
1.1.1.1 3) Group of people who are continually enchancing their capabilities to create what they want to create.
1.1.1.1.1 4) Every member of the organization is valued, capable to support and contribute more than normal.
2 System thinking
2.1 Considers the whole and its parts and the connections between them.
2.2 1968 Ludwing Von Bertalanffy
2.3 You start by realizing that there is no inherent end to a system.
2.3.1 Key Questions: why do problems appear?, how things happen?, when things happen? which strategies should be considered in the short, medium and long term?
3 Personal Mastery
3.1 Is a set of specific principles and practices that enables a person to learn, create a personal vision, and view the world objectively.
3.1.1 It's an image of the future that you desire.
3.1.2 It's when we know who we are that we can get the ability to:
3.1.2.1 Identify ourselves with the organizatonal vision
3.1.2.1.1 Foster other people to reach their goals
3.1.2.1.1.1 *Understanding yourself *Loving oneself * Self discipline *Positive Attitude *Balance in Life
3.2 Creative tension
3.2.1 This tension looks for solutions and the best solution is making our reality closer to what we desire.
3.2.2 "emotional tension"
3.2.2.1 Where we kept all our fears, doubts and tags.
4 Mental Models
4.1 Conceptual fameworks consisting of generalizations and assumptions from which we understand the world and take action in it.
4.2 They are our paradigms, they sometimes limit our vision and way of acting.
5 Shared Vision
5.1 Abraham Maslow while studyin HPT. Discovered that the most important characteristic is SHARED VISION.
5.2 The practice of shared vision involves skills of unearthing shared "picture future" that foster genuine commitment and enrollment rather than compliance.
5.3 Creating it is not cascading communication. It's about building it together, mixing top down and bottom up communication efforts
6 Team work
6.1 "Organizations need to work as families"
6.2 Effective team work leads to results which individuals could not have achieved on their own and individuals within a team learn more and faster than they would have without the team.
6.3 Through team learning, the lerning ability of the group becomes greater than the learning ability of any individual in the group.
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