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Peter Senge’s ‘Fifth Discipline Fieldbook’ website


The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, published in 1994, followed up on Peter Senge's book The Fifth Discipline. While The Fifth Discipline laid out the principles particularly applicable to long-term organizational improvement, the Fieldbook was meant to answer the question "What should we do differently when we go to work on Monday morning?"

Forging a new, and often-copied style, the Fieldbook incorporated practice guides, exercises, stories, resource reviews, and short essays all aimed at helping people implement the disciplines on a day-to-day basis in a wide variety of settings. It clearly described how to get started in the practice of the principles of organizational learning, reflecting not just one person's theory, but the experience and reflection of an entire community of practitioners.

There is now a website devoted to the Fieldbook containing extracts, ideas, discussion groups and projects.


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