Creating Learning Environments LO30638

From: Edward W. Rogosky (
Date: 10/03/03

Dear listers,

I am a doctoral student whose topic is theological systems thinking or
analysis. Having read the Fifth Discipline and other general systems
thinking books, and liking Senge's approach, one issue befuddles me.

Senge speaks of using no coercion in the implementation of a learning
organization. Yet, people hardly do the right thing inless they are
slightly coerced into moving in that direction. An example that readily
comes to mind is the issue of a family therapist encouraging the healthier
member of the family to take the necessary healing steps in the right
direction for a family cure. Any thoughts?

ev. E.W. Rogosky


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