Dan LinssenFiction Non-Fiction
Dan enjoyed a diverse executive career, spanning Fortune 500 companies, privately held corporations, and non-profits. In between, he spent over eight years in management consulting, assisting over 100 different clients in manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, public school districts, and utilities. He’s also taught full-time upper-division business courses at universities in both the U.S. and France, and for two years wrote a weekly editorial column for the Green Bay Press Gazette. As author of Who's to Blame - Living Along Society's “Fault” Line he’s led workshops on eliminating the blame game, and presented keynote sessions at numerous conferences. Dan recently turned his attention to a new interest - fiction. (After all, there's no shortage of good material in real life.) He’s published several short stories, and his debut full-length novel, Leaving Juneau County , was released in early 2018. He is currently working on a sequel. Hobby interests have included playing guitar in a rock and roll band, auto racing, flying, skiing, travel, history, and trying to figure out what makes the world tick.