discussed the internal consistency and factor structure of a questionnaire measuring learning capacity based on senge's five disciplines theory of lo in the context of substance-abuse treatment centres in the netherlands they used a questionnaire of 44 items according to the five disciplines of. Hypotheses are tested in an exploratory study based on the self-assessment of a group of commanding officers of senge's model includes five characteristics (or “dimensions”) that are briefly described in table 1: systems thinking, personal mastery, mental models, shared vision, and team learning. We discuss the five disciplines he sees as central to learning organizations and some issues and questions concerning the theory and practice of learning organizations one aspect of this is senge's involvement in the society for organizational learning (sol), a cambridge-based, non-profit membership organization. Aims: nowadays, institutes of higher education encounter new challenges like any other organizations and require fundamental revisions and transformations in order to survive and adapt with the environment employing the learning organization's characteristics can be considered as a solution to tackle the issue of.
Need to look at senge's model of a learning organization, especially the fifth discipline, systems thinking according to senge (1990), systems thinking is a conceptual framework for an organization a body of knowledge and tools that have been developed over the years to make patterns clearer and to help organizations. The interdisciplinary journal of partnership studies (ijps) shares scholarship and creates connections for cultural transformation to build a world in which all relationships, institutions, policies and organizations are based on principles of partnership. All we must do is tap into the knowledge base, which gives us the ability to think critically and creatively, the ability to communicate ideas and concepts, and the ability to cooperate with other human beings in the process of inquiry and action ( navran peter senge is a leading writer in the area of learning organizations.
This paper investigates the transferability of the learning organization concept in british, german and south african contexts with a sample of university-based human resource (hr) management employees specifically, the paper investigates the comparative importance of senge's (1990) learning organization disciplines. This article tries to present a model of learning organization for iran broadcasting organization which is under the management of the spiritual leader of iran the study is based on characteristics of peter senge's original learning organization namely, personal mastery, mental models, shared vision, team learning and.
For data collection we developed a questionnaire based on the study of reference models: the original experimental model developed by senge (1990) and the model developed by watkins and marsick (1992) investigating the learning organization perhaps the most comprehensive survey is developed. Senge's learning organization model in contrast, wyckoff's instrument was developed for school contexts and based on senge's five disciplines nevertheless, in determining construct validity, the factors and loading structures derived from wycoff's data differed from senge's five theoretical constructs and item structures. The reliability and validity of the organizational learning scales developed by mets and torokoff (2007), which were based on senge's five learning disciplines and mets' three-dimensional learning model, for the estonian enterprises, were investigated for turkish study population within the scope of the study and results.
Managers must learn to detect seven organizational 'learning disabilities' and use the five disciplines as antidotes to them the five component technologies in the five disciplines model from senge are: systems thinking (the integrative [ fifth] discipline that fuses the other 4 into a coherent body of theory and practice.
The leader's new work: building learning organizations peter m senge reprint 3211 massachusetts institute of technology fall 1990 volume 32 number 1 mit the old model, “the top thinks and the local acts,” must now give this article, based on senge's recently published book, the fifth discipline: the art. In this paper, we consider the cross-cultural validity of the key propositions of learning organisation theory (lo) using a singapore-based case study, we argue that the lo theory as promoted by senge and his colleagues, cannot be culturally neutral nor universally applicable rather, it includes a number. Agency-based concept of 'structuration' and weick's (1991, 1995) concept of ' sensemaking' as enactment: both early precursors of practice theory perspectives this is followed by a discussion of the limitations of senge's attempt to translate the learning organization into a practical theory of organizational. These five disciplines: a shared vision (1), mental models (2), team learning (3) , personal mastery (4) and system thinking (5)the fifth discipline, system senge describes a shared vision as follows: people are not playing according to the rules of the game, but feed responsible for the game mental models describe.