Senge and Ricardo Semlar LO31147

From: Don Dwiggins (
Date: 09/02/04

Replying to LO31138 --

ANAND writes:
> I have, during my post graduate studies in New Zealand,
> influenced strongly by Peter Senge. A few years ago, I studied
> the 'Recardo Semlar' way of learning in organisations. I
> believe they have a lot in common. I would like to dialogue on
> this with people of this group.

I notice that nobody picked up on this. In this forum, vague
invitations like this tend not to get picked up. Try another
approach, such as:

 - Describe what you consider to be the commonalities, and the
differences between them.

 - Describe your own viewpoints, and the commonalities and differences
with each of them.

 - Describe some organization you've been a part of, or studied, as
you think each of them would do.

.. and before doing any of the above, spend some time browsing
through the threads of discussion in the archives. You might even
find some topics of more interest to you than this one.

Happy hunting,


Don Dwiggins "The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn." -- Alvin Toffler

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