Nov 13, 2007-- "Nothing happens without "personal transformation." But at the heart of any serious effort to alter how we operate lies a concern with three dysfunctions of our culture: fragmentation, competition, and reactiveness.The word health has the same roots as "whole." Like people, organizations can get sick and die. They also need to be cured and healed. Yet, like physicians who focus only on their specialty, most consultants fragment complex situations into symptoms, treat the symptoms, and rarely inquire into the deeper causes." So begins this article by renowned business author Peter Senge that further explores the necessity of personal transformation in creating a learning organization. (4412 reads)
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