Reflections of a Business Nomad: Stories & Poems from the Road

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Hillcrest Publishing Group, Oct 16, 2012 - Poetry - 138 pages
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Award-winning business excellence author and respected Lean sensei Pascal Dennis offers a striking new perspective on global travel and business consulting with "Reflections of a Business Nomad: Stories & Poems from the Road," a collection of prose, observations, and fragments of conversation heard over Dennis's many travels and unique experiences. "Reflections of a Business Nomad" invites the reader into the author's understanding of the world, providing opportunities to interact with the pieces and apply their insights. Business leaders, managers, and specialists at all levels will benefit from the change of pace and unique perspective it offers.

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About the author (2012)

Pascal Dennis is a professional engineer, author, and President of Lean Pathways, an international consultancy. He developed his management skills at Toyota and has worked with leading senseis in North America and Japan. He grew up in a Greek restaurant in downtown Toronto, The Imperial Grill, which often figures in his books. Winner of four Shingo Prizes for Excellence, Pascal is the author of "Lean Production Simplified," "Andy & Me," "Getting the Right Things Done," and "The Remedy." Pascal studied Aikido for fifteen years and was an instructor at Toronto Aikikai. He plays guitar & piano and has been a member of several dreadful bands. He lives in Toronto with his wife, Pamela, and three children.

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