Learning Organizations look at themselves rather than “something out there”

At the heart of a learning organization is a shift of mind – from seeing ourselves as separate from the world to connected to the world, from seeing problems as caused by someone or something “out there” to seeing how our own actions create the problems we experience.

Peter M. Senge (The fifth discipline)

Learning Organizations look at themselves rather than “something out there”

Involvement

At the heart of a learning organization is a shift of mind – from seeing ourselves as separate from the world to connected to the world, from seeing problems as caused by someone or something “out there” to seeing how our own actions create the problems we experience.

Cite from The Fifth Discipline by Peter M. Senge.

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