Three Levels in Senge's 5 Disciplines

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Three Levels in Senge's 5 Disciplines
A ‘discipline’ is viewed by Senge as a series of principles and practices that we study, master and integrate into our lives. Each of the five disciplines can be approached at three levels: 1) PRACTICES: what you do. 2) PRINCIPLES: guiding ideas and insights. 3) ESSENCES: the state of being those with high levels of mastery in the discipline. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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We need to also address issues of resistance.

Personal Mastery is Key
Keen To Learn, Manager, United Kingdom, Member
In my opinion, personal mastery is the key goal as this will drive progress with all other disciplines. There is little point driving forward a shared vision or team learning if individuals in the organization are not enlightened enough to make the most of a pro-learning climate.

3 Levels of Senge’s 5 Disciplines
Wendy Meijer, Management Consultant, Netherlands, Member
@BEN ONG: I agree that we need to address issues of resistance. In my opinion we need to acknowledge the resistance, and inquire about the qualities in the resistance, and where differences come together.
Where does this fit in the three levels above?

Resistance or Readiness?
Gerard Leigh, Business Consultant, United Kingdom, SIG Leader

Readiness to Change
Andrea D Diaz, Student (Other), United States, Member

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