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Rethinking the fifth discipline : learning within the unknowable

Author: Robert L Flood
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Digitally print. [der Ausg.] 1999View all editions and formats
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This text aims to make improvements to the core discipline of systemic thinking. It establishes developments in this area in the context of the learning organization, including organizational  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert L Flood
ISBN: 0415185297 0415185300 9780415185295 9780415185301
OCLC Number: 699154218
Notes: 1999.
Description: XVI, 213 Seiten : Diagramme
Contents: Systematic thinking, not reductionism. Issues and dilemmas, not problems. Balancing confusion with clarity. Debating boundaries, clients, issues and silemmas. Deepening systematic appreciation. Exploring purpose(s) and action. Systems of processes. Systems of structure. Systemns of meaning. Systenms of knowledge-power. Systematic management. Systematic measurement. Balancing instrumenatlism witn experience. Teaching and learning systematic management.
Responsibility: Robert Louis Flood.

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