In the book Dennis is genuine and conversational, his observations personal and perceptive.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) October 17, 2012
Management consultant and author Pascal Dennis celebrates the launch of his latest book in Toronto, Ontario later this week. Reflections of a Business Nomad: Stories and Poems from the Road is a heartfelt, free-verse poetry journal written for business travelers which affirms that there is always time to connect with people. The stories take the reader on a journey of self-discovery and ultimately lead to a greater appreciation for life.
This latest work by Dennis is a change of pace from his previous, more prescriptive books. It illuminates the lives of diverse and courageous people. Business veterans and would-be world travellers alike will find Dennis’ observation of humanity professionally insightful as well as personally enriching. It inspires readers to put away their cell phones and listen to the underlying stories of everyday people.
Reflections of a Business Nomad readers travel around the world. In Pennsylvania they meet a steely third-generation Hungarian family man working to save his plant, and in Beijing, a kind-hearted hired driver with a taste for high-end moonshine. In the book Dennis is genuine and conversational, his observations personal and perceptive.
Reflections of a Business Nomad: Stories and Poems from the Road is available to purchase online from all major publication outlets.
About Skopelos Press:
Skopelos Press is an international book publisher dedicated to creating books that educate, entertain and inspire. The company seeks to connect whimsy and practice, and to publish books that reach for the sky, while being rooted in the earth. Skopelos Press is affiliated with the noted international consultancy, Lean Pathways Inc and share its values and commitment to continuous improvement.
About the author:
Pascal Dennis is the author of Lean Production Simplified, Andy &Me, Getting the Right Things Done, and The Remedy. He is a professional engineer and president of Lean Pathways Inc., an international Lean consulting firm. He co-authors the popular leadership blog Lean Thinking. Dennis has won the Shingo Prize for Operational Excellence four times and has worked with leading senseis in North America and Japan. He currently lives in Toronto, Ontario.