Peter M. Senge's scientific contributions

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... To stay relevant in the new knowledge economy, organizations need to accept change as part of their routine and become learning organizations in which people continually develop creative confidence and capacities, and sharing and transferring knowledge across the organization is encouraged so that innovation and collaboration are nurtured and sustained for business growth (Senge, 1990). Having a shared vision of the current and future states leads to commitment on the organizations goals. ...
... Bryson et al. [16] suggested a whole-systems approach for understanding and analysing serious problems, stressing the fact that absent these kinds of understandings, the chances are very high that problematic situations will be misunderstood and that public concerns will be poorly addressed or made worse [69,71]. ...
... Learning is much discussed since the late 1970s with contributors of many researchers in their own way. According to [6], there are five skills (skills) needed to create and optimize an organization's ability in the learning process. The five skills are very important to be owned in improving organizational commitment, namely: personal mastery (personal skills); mental models, shared vision, learning team and systems thinking. ...