New publications LO26503

From: Janice Molloy (
Date: 04/12/01

Learning-Org participants might be interested in some new publications
from Pegasus Communications as well as an update about our Fall

"When a Butterfly Sneezes," by Linda Booth Sweeney, shows how to use
popular picture books--such as "When You Give a Mouse a Cookie" and Dr.
Seuss's "The Cat in the Hat Comes Back"--to teach children how to better
think about and understand interconnections in our world through systems
thinking. Both parents and teachers will find much in this book to help
them prepare kids to thrive in our increasingly complex world.

"Organizing for Learning" is an anthology of articles by Pegasus cofounder
Daniel H. Kim that focuses on strategies for knowledge creation and
enduring change. As many of you may know, Daniel is one of the most gifted
and insightful communicators in the fields of systems thinking and
management innovation. We're pleased to offer this collection of his most
powerful writings.

Both books are currently featured on the Pegasus home page
(, and can be ordered online there.

"Harnessing the Power of Organizational Complexity," this year's Systems
Thinking in Action Conference, will be in Atlanta, Georgia, October 24-26.
The early registration deadline is fast approaching. If you register by
April 27, you'll receive $300 off the standard rate. Another important
thing to note is that Pegasus will give team discounts to members of the
Learning-Org List who register as a group, with one contact person and one
payment. Visit to see the discount schedule or
for registration information.

Best regards,

[Host's Note: I personally endorse the products and publications of my
good friends at Pegasus. The conference above is, in my view, an excellent
way to introduce Organizational Learning to people in your organizations
who are unfamiliar with the field. ..Rick]


Janice Molloy Content Director Pegasus Communications, Inc.

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