“Genki” is a word my Japanese colleagues frequently use to describe me. They tell me it means I am cheerful and fun, but I’m pretty sure it is a secret code meaning that I’m noisy, wild, and just a tad scary. Nevertheless somewhere around five dozen people turned up for the book launch party for [...]
Posted: July 22nd, 2009 under Gobal, Impossible, Japan, Leadership, Scrappy Project Management.
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