A senior lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Peter Senge is also founding Chair of the Society for Organisational Learning (SoL), a global community of corporations, researchers, and consultants dedicated to the interdependent development of people and their institutions. An adept keynote speaker, Peter touches on subjects such as business, education and the role of leadership in organisations.
Peter Senge is a scientist, successful author and the also the Director of the Center for Organisational Learning at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He is an adept keynote speaker touching on subjects such as business, education and the role of leadership in organisations.
Peter attended Stanford University where he studied Philosophy and gained a B.S in Aerospace Engineering, he also has a PhD in Management from the MIT Sloan School. Peter looks at the role of leadership within organisations and aims to take the focus away from having one main leader and distributing responsibility among all workers with the aim of achieving better overall results.
Peter’s book ‘The Fifth Discipline’ sold over 1 million copies internationally and the book introduced the theory of learning organisations, which gained the attention of the business and education community. In 1997 the Harvard Business Review named it one of the fundamental management books of the last 75 years. He has another book titled ‘The Dance of Change’ and has written for well known publications such as Business Week, Fortune and the Sloan Management Review.
Since the success of ‘The Fifth Discipline’, Peter created ‘The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook’ for readers who wanted extra help with tools, methods and practical experience to help improve learning capabilities within their company.
Peter was named by the ‘The Journal of Business Strategy’in the top 24 people who had the biggest influence on business strategy over the last 100 years. The Financial Times named him as world’s ‘top management gurus’.
Peter has experience working with businesses all over the world and his ability to understand management and learning organisations has made him an ideal choice of keynote speaker at corporate events. He speaks to businessmen and women that are eager to learn new skills that can be used in the future to help them progress.