Internationally renowned for his concepts in organisational strategy, Peter M. Senge has transformed the success of numerous businesses and individuals through his unique approach to structure. His focus on allowing team members to work together toward a common goal, decentralising leadership, has proved effective time and time again. Enabling team members to feel valued and empowered within their roles not only helps them on an individual level, it also aids team success by increasing motivation. Senges methods have proved successful for major organisations in both public and private sectors. As a lecturer and speaker, Senge has worked throughout the world, his approachability and dynamic personality making him a naturally successful communicator.
Many years of research at MIT saw Senge become a foremost expert in how organisations can develop their workforce for improved all round success. His books, focusing on his findings, have become highly successful, teaching the importance of providing learning opportunities within the workplace and of continuous adaptation and improvement within organisations. It was his work in such areas which saw him named one of the 24 Strategists of the Century by the Journal of Business Strategy; he is lauded for his influence on the way in which modern businesses are run. In addition to his books, Senge has written numerous scholarly articles and has contributed to a number of highly regarded journals. A founder of the Society for Organisational Learning (SoL) at MIT, he continues to enhance business structure and strategy for the benefit of companies and individuals around the globe.
Senge attended Stanford University, where he studied aerospace engineering and philosophy. After achieving his Bachelors degree he went on to achieve a Masters in social systems and a Ph.D in management at MIT.
An understanding of the necessary components of successful team work combined with engaging and passionate delivery have allowed Senge to become a sought after speaker.
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