Patricia Addesso wrote:
>I have a question for all of you. I am going to be developing some
>curriculum for a class called "The Learning Organization" for a Master's
>in Management program at the University of Phoenix. The Fifth Discipline
For a Master's program, I'd suggest at least looking at the references
behind each of the five disciplines to see if there was one book
representing each that you found of use. Perhaps something by Argyris or
Schon, perhaps Forrester's "Industrial Dynamics" or the MIT SDEP
"Roadmaps" series, ...
If you wanted, you could tie them together with the Senge books (or at
least put them on reserve in the library).
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