learning
organizationcaharcteristics
Peter	
  Senge	
  
perspec,ve	
  
Uwes A. Chaeruman
http://teknologipendidikan.net
personal
mastery
characteristic #2
is the commitment by an individual
to the process of learning.
Personal Mastery 	
  Senge,	
  P.M.	
  1990	
  -­‐	
  
there is a competitive advantages
for an organization whose workforce
can learn more quickly than the
workforce of other o...
Individual learning is acquired through staff
training, development and continuous
self-improvement McHugh,	
  D.,	
  Grov...
However, learning cannot be
forced upon an individual who
is not receptive to learning.
	
  Senge,	
  P.M.	
  1990	
  -­‐	...
Research shows that most learning in the
workplace is incidental, rather than the
product of formal training … O’Keeffe,	
 ...
therefore it is important to develop
a culture where personal mastery
is practiced in daily life. 	
  Senge,	
  P.M.	
  19...
a learning organization has been described as
the sum of individual learning, but there must
be mechanisms for individual ...
characteristic #3
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According to Peter Senge there are five characteristics of learning organisation i.e system thinking as corner stone, personal mastery, mental model, shared vision and team learning.

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  1. 1. learning organizationcaharcteristics Peter  Senge   perspec,ve   Uwes A. Chaeruman http://teknologipendidikan.net
  2. 2. personal mastery characteristic #2
  3. 3. is the commitment by an individual to the process of learning. Personal Mastery  Senge,  P.M.  1990  -­‐  
  4. 4. there is a competitive advantages for an organization whose workforce can learn more quickly than the workforce of other organizations …… …… Wang,  C.L.  and  Ahmed,  P.K.  2003  
  5. 5. Individual learning is acquired through staff training, development and continuous self-improvement McHugh,  D.,  Groves,  D.  and  Alker,  A.  1998    
  6. 6. However, learning cannot be forced upon an individual who is not receptive to learning.  Senge,  P.M.  1990  -­‐  
  7. 7. Research shows that most learning in the workplace is incidental, rather than the product of formal training … O’Keeffe,  T.  2002  
  8. 8. therefore it is important to develop a culture where personal mastery is practiced in daily life.  Senge,  P.M.  1990  -­‐  
  9. 9. a learning organization has been described as the sum of individual learning, but there must be mechanisms for individual learning to be transferred into organizational learning… ……………....   …..  
  10. 10. characteristic #3 NEXT mentalmodel
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