Peter M. Senge Quotes

Top 31 wise famous quotes and sayings by Peter M. Senge

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Peter M. Senge quotes: We will never transform the prevailing system of management without transforming our prevailing system of education. They are the same system. We will never transform the prevailing system of management without transforming our prevailing system of education. They are the same system.
Peter M. Senge quotes: Society for Organizational Learning (SoL) has brought me in touch with hundreds more such practitioners. Society for Organizational Learning (SoL) has brought me in touch with hundreds more such practitioners.
Peter M. Senge quotes: To empower people in an unaligned organization can be counterproductive. To empower people in an unaligned organization can be counterproductive.
Peter M. Senge quotes: Breakthroughs come when people learn how to take the time to stop and examine their assumptions. Breakthroughs come when people learn how to take the time to stop and examine their assumptions.
Peter M. Senge quotes: In the presence of greatness, pettiness disappears. In the absence of a great dream, pettiness prevails. In the presence of greatness, pettiness disappears. In the absence of a great dream, pettiness prevails.
Peter M. Senge quotes: The most effective people are those who can "hold" their vision while remaining committed to seeing current reality clearly The most effective people are those who can "hold" their vision while remaining committed to seeing current reality clearly
Peter M. Senge quotes: Courage is simply doing whatever is needed in pursuit of the vision Courage is simply doing whatever is needed in pursuit of the vision
Peter M. Senge quotes: We say, "That's a very interesting idea," when we have no intention of taking the idea seriously. We say, "That's a very interesting idea," when we have no intention of taking the idea seriously.
Peter M. Senge quotes: The earth is an indivisible whole, just as each of us is an indivisible whole. The earth is an indivisible whole, just as each of us is an indivisible whole.
Peter M. Senge quotes: Scratch the surface of most cynics and you find a frustrated idealist - someone who made the mistake of converting his ideals into expectations. Scratch the surface of most cynics and you find a frustrated idealist - someone who made the mistake of converting his ideals into expectations.
Peter M. Senge quotes: We need to learn the disciplines that will help cultivate the wisdom of the group and larger social systems. We need to learn the disciplines that will help cultivate the wisdom of the group and larger social systems.
Peter M. Senge quotes: The world is made of CirclesAnd we think in straight Lines The world is made of Circles
And we think in straight Lines
Peter M. Senge quotes: Mastery of creative tension brings out the capacity for perseverance and patience. Time is an ally. Mastery of creative tension brings out the capacity for perseverance and patience. Time is an ally.
Peter M. Senge quotes: The only sustainable competitive advantage is an organization's ability to learn faster than the competition. The only sustainable competitive advantage is an organization's ability to learn faster than the competition.
Peter M. Senge quotes: People get used to having experts who can solve their problems for them; people can then easily lose motivation to develop their own capacities. People get used to having experts who can solve their problems for them; people can then easily lose motivation to develop their own capacities.
Peter M. Senge quotes: Advocacy without inquiry begets more advocacy. Advocacy without inquiry begets more advocacy.
Peter M. Senge quotes: Love is the only emotion that expands intelligence, Love is the only emotion that expands intelligence,
Peter M. Senge quotes: [ ... ] most of the problems faced by humankind concerns [concerned] our inability to grasp and manage the increasingly complex systems of our world. [ ... ] most of the problems faced by humankind concerns [concerned] our inability to grasp and manage the increasingly complex systems of our world.