The Dance of Change: The Challenges of Sustaining Momentum in a Learning Organization

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing, Feb 22, 2011 - Business & Economics - 590 pages
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Offers exercises, tools and techniques for sustaining organisational learning over the long term, as well as suggestions, advice, cautions and warnings based on the experience of people who have already followed the path suggested by the author in "The Fifth Discipline". The central message of the text is that learning is the only sustainable competitive advantage.
 

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More or less a must-read for anyone interested in change, learning organisations, or any of the related field. Certainly influential in its day and still today - the concept of double loop learning ... Read full review

Contents

Orientation
The Leadership of Profound Change
The Challenges of Profound Change
How to Read This Book
Generating Profound Change
The Challenges of Initiating
No Help Coaching and Support
Not Relevant
Four Futures for a Change Initiative
Walking the Talk

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Peter Senge is director of the Center for Organizational Learning at MIT's Sloan School of Management, and an associate at consulting and training firm Innovation Associates and at the Learning Circle, an organization founded to develop the worldwide community of learning organization practitioners.

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