Senge


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v. t.1.To singe.
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Their head coach Senge praised the playing unit for showing an improved game.
END ON A HIGHStrathmore coach Meshack Senge has however challenged his charges to finish their campaign on a high.
Putting this in perspective, I suddenly remembered the words of Peter Senge, whom the Financial Times called "one of the world's top management gurus," and was named by the Journal of Business Strategy as theStrategist of the Century.
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In his 1990 book The Fifth Discipline, Peter Senge coined the term learning organization: "Organizations where people continually expand their capacity to create the results they truly desire, where new and expansive patterns of thinking are nurtured, where collective aspiration is set free and where people are continually learning to see the whole together.
Peter Senge, an American systems scientist who is also a senior lecturer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and founder of Society for Organizational Learning.
Para esta pesquisa, foram consultadas publicacoes dos principais autores relacionados a gestao do conhecimento, como Nonaka e Takeuchi, Choon Wei Choo, Peter Senge, Davenport e Prusak, alem de nomes ligados a filosofia e a aprendizagem, como Marilena Chaui, Edgar Morin e Jayme Teixeira Filho, no que diz respeito a definicao de conhecimento.
The key markets of Osthoff Senge are China, Indonesia, Turkey, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
It was Peter Senge and John Sterman in 1990 who wrote that: "Eroding competitiveness, declining productivity growth, explosive technological, political and environmental change, and dissolution of market and national boundaries form the familiar litany of problems which threaten traditional organizational structures and management practices.
Peter Senge offers an early view of what such an organization might look like in his concept of the learning organization, most fully explored in The Fifth Discipline (1990).
Featuring overviews of theories from SchA[paragraph]n, Argyris, Senge, EngestrA[paragraph]m, Billett, Ericsson, Kolb, Boud, and Mezirow, the text covers adult learning, workplace learning, informal learning, reflective practice, experiential learning, deliberate practice, and organizational and inter-organizational expansive learning.
Jahn, Thomas Moore, Candace Pert, Peter Senge, Michael Vandermark, J.