When John Hasyn first visited Nunavut in Canada's Arctic region, he was in search of something good. Ever since Nunavut was formed in 1999, the majority of reports had been only of its socio-economic failures. "Generally, when I only see bad, I know there is something good just around the corner" says John.
What he found was both inspirational and transformative. Behind the ubiquitous satellite dishes, cell phones, SUV's, junk food and MP3 players, was a culture that remained rich in tradition, with survival and subsistence strategies that would make many a management consultant drool.
Through his inspirational words and photographs, John shares his observations of an ancient value system and its applicability to the modern corporation.