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If you find yourself genuinely drawn to go further, seek to establish a community of people, even if it is only a few, who share your interest and want to work together.  A small group of genuinely interested and committed colleagues will make a world of difference amid the confusion and inconsistencies that invariably arise in organization-wide movements.  In my experience, such movements rarely lead to deep change unless informal networks of leaders develop who translate “mandates from on high” into ideas and changes that make sense to people on the front lines of the organization.
   —    Peter M. Senge
From his book: “The Fifth Discipline
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My main advice for any study group is to establish a domain of action where you can test what you are learning.  All learning is related to action.  Learning never occurs through passive study alone.  Seek out an appropriate area where there is genuine motivation for improvement but where people are stuck with entrenched mental models or apparently conflicting visions.
   —    Peter M. Senge
From his book: “The Fifth Discipline
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