Born in 1949, he studied engineering at Stanford and heads the consulting firm Innovation Associates. Professor and director of the Center for Organizational Learning at MIT, an idealist pragmatist, Senge published in the university and business environment the concept of the learning organization, which considers the source of competitive advantage of the future. Author of the bestsellers Fifth Discipline and The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, argues that the new challenges of the new age require not only the radical transformation of business but also that of schools and governments. It, therefore, recommends the formation of change centers on a global scale. Peter Senge graduated in Engineering from Stanford University and obtained a master's degree in Social System Models and a Ph.D. in Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he also studied Philosophy. He read at the university and was influenced by Saul Alinsky's book "Reveille for Radicals", which deals with "Community Organization" where people living nearby can work together for their own benefit and community. Senior lecturer at MIT; He founded and is director of SOL (Society for Organizational Learning).
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