Transforming Into a Learning Organization

Transforming Into a Learning Organization

Sarder Learning
Updated Aug 05, 2019

Course Introduction

It is a recognized fact that for an organization to succeed and be profitable, there needs to be a strong focus on consistent learning. Peter Senge, senior lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management, shares his expertise on how to create a learning organization using the principles from his book The Fifth Discipline.

In this course, Senge offers strategies and principles for leaders to create an environment where innovation thrives. He discusses the three core learning capabilities or goals that are based on using a systems thinking method by which organizations can truly become learning organizations. He talks about the need for leaders to see the web of inter-connectedness in any situation, an explanation of the concept of “actions creating reality” which Senge calls ‘the doorstep to systems thinking’, and how the term metanoia relates to a recent major shift in orientation in management.

Who Should Attend

  • Educators
  • Executives
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Managers
  • Team Leaders

Course Methodology

This self-paced e-learning course is based on an exclusive interview with Peter Senge, an author and founder of the Society for Organizational Learning.

Learning Objectives

  • What is the fifth discipline
  • How to create a learning organization
  • Three core learning capabilities
  • How to apply systems thinking
  • The concept of “actions create reality”
  • Radical shift in awareness

Course Modules

  • Book Thesis
    • Central Message Of The Book
    • Revising “The Fifth Discipline”
  • Defining A Learning Organization
    • Learning Becomes Central
  • Core Learning Capabilities
    • Three Key Capabilities
    • Systems Thinking
  • The Concept Of “Actions Create Reality”
    • The Concept Of “Actions Create Reality”
    • Metanoia Organization—A Radical Shift In Awareness