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Learning Organizations

Key to Employee Motivation & Innovation

Dr. John Liptak
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Language:  English
Interested in turning your organization into a learning organization? This book introduces you to Peter Senge’s learning organizations model and describes how to implement its five disciplines.
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Learning organizations are businesses that encourage adaptative and generative learning, so employees are motivated to learn new skills and think outside the box to solve problems. Author Peter Senge first popularized the term “learning organizations” in his book The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization during the 1990s. This book helps you create a learning environment in your organization. This book describes learning organizations, provides examples of creating a learning environment in your organization, and explores how to empower employees to be continual learners.

About the Author

Dr. John J. Liptak is an internationally-recognized author with thirty years of work experience providing counseling. He has authored over 100 workbooks with Ester Leutenberg, 31 career assessment instruments, and ten books. John earned an Ed.D. in Counselor Education from Virginia Tech. He lives in Radford, Virginia, in the United States and is President of the Center for Career Assessment, Inc. John has written eleven books for Bookboon.

  • About the Author
  • Preface
  1. What is a learning organization?
    1. Introduction
    2. Benefits of a learning organization
    3. Leading the learning organization
    4. Senge’s five disciplines of a learning organization
    5. Conclusion
  2. Build a shared vision
    1. Introduction
    2. Conceptualizing a shared vision
    3. Building a shared vision
    4. Problems to observe
    5. Conclusion
  3. Employ systems thinking
    1. Introduction
    2. What is a system?
    3. How systems work
    4. Questions to ask
    5. The 11 laws
    6. Conclusion
  4. Challenge mental models
    1. Introduction
    2. Mental model examples
    3. Rushing the process
    4. Challenge mental models
    5. What can organizations do?
    6. Skills employees need to develop
    7. Conclusion
  5. Enhance team learning
    1. Introduction
    2. Learning styles
    3. How do teams learn?
    4. Conclusion
  6. Encourage personal mastery
    1. Introduction
    2. Facts about personal mastery
    3. Elements of personal mastery
    4. Tips for developing personal mastery
    5. Conclusion
  7. References