Graveyards of the Dinosaurs: What It's Like to Discover Prehistoric Creatures

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Hyperion Books for Children, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Explores how the work done by modern paleontologists allows scientists to formulate conclusions about the dinosaurs' existence and contrasts photos of these scientists at work with drawings of and narratives about dinosaurs and their environment.

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Alan Barnard is the CEO of Goldratt Research Labs, an organization dedicated to work with leading private and public sector organizations from around to find and test simple solutions to complex problems that will unlock hidden potential and to develop and test such new Theory of Constraints knowledge/applications in win: win: win partnerships. Alan is a past chairman of TOCICO (2003-2005), Past President of SAPICS (1998-2002) and Chairman of the TOC Odyssey Institute. Alan is certified by TOCICO in all applications of Theory of Constraints. Alan obtained his BsC Ind Eng degree (Cum Laude) in 1991 and completed his PhD at the Da Vinci Institute of Technology in 2009. The title of his PhD thesis was "How to identify and unlock inherent potential within organizations and individuals using the system's approach of TOC." Raimond Immelman is currently serving as the Vice President: Strategic Services at First Solar Inc. He served as member of the board of First Solar in 2002-2004. He holds college qualifications in engineering, commerce and business, accredited management consultant, and author of the best-selling business novel "Great Boss - Dead Boss." Raimond is certified by the TOCICO in all applications of the Theory of Constraints, and has been engaged in some 149 companies as executive or management consultant during his professional career.

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