Disciplines Have Practical And Theoretical Aspects

2018-04-23 - 13:56 | News |

These disciplines proposed by Senge (1992), are: personal mastery, mental models, shared vision, team learning, systems thinking: Table 6 The Five Disciplines of organizational learning. Theoretical and Practical Aspects (Senge, 1999) Disciplines Practical Theoretical Aspects 1. Systems Thinking? Conceptual framework which integrates the other disciplines. Referring to the concern about the processes no longer deal with the problems as isolated. Is achieved by adopting a systemic perspective that brings together the learning of teamwork, personal mastery and mental models rethinking. 2.

Personal Mastery? Discipline is key to growth and individual learning. Helps clarify and deepen personal vision permanently, concentrate their efforts and develop patience and balance. It is directed to the appropriate conditions to achieve personal and professional development. Promotes to develop the connections between the individual and organizational learning. 3. Mental Models? They are rooted assumptions, generalizations, and images that influences the way of understanding the world and act. Therefore shape the actions of individuals. It is necessary to open-mindedness to new thinking and reflection on the work and its meaning in order to rethink the way we see the world.

4. Building Shared Vision? It is the institutional capacity to create an ideal future, shared. ? . It encourages a genuine commitment as a basis for analysis and organizational intervention. 5. Team Learning. Process of aligning and developing the capacity of a team to achieve the fundamental unit of learning.