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The Fifth Discipline : The Art And Practice Of The Learning Organization/ Peter M. Senge

P. Senge
Published 1991 · Business, Political Science

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The author defines five business "disciplines" which help to build "learning organizations". These companies will be the successful one in the coming decade because of their ability to learn, to absorb new ideas, theories and practices at all employee levels and use them to competitive advantage.
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