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Uttarakhand Tourism- “The Kaizen Way to sustainability & Progress”

Author Name: Brigadier (Dr) BPS Khati, VSM | Format: Paperback | Genre : Travel | Other Details

Sustainable practice has become the buzzword around all industries, services, environmental human resources, climate change and other practices around the globe. Man’s nature of self-destruction is leaving its signature on all such issues. The author has a great understanding of this subject and has brought it down to tourism for the purpose of long-term gains and survivability. His forceful advocacy to proceed as per the Kaizen management principles are practical, futuristic and totally apt for Uttarakhand, where 70% of the landmass is forests and mountains.

Geographic parameters, human resource components, cultural orientations, future economic landscapes and the limitation of infrastructure’s capacity as an end state point towards natural sync to tourism as the mainstay of economic development in Uttarakhand/the entire Himalayan Region, riding on the synergy of the ‘Kaizen Way’.


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Brigadier (Dr) BPS Khati, VSM

Brigadier (Dr) BPS Khati, VSM, an alumnus of the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, was commissioned into 3 Para (1 Kumaon), The Parachute Regiment (Special Forces) in June 1973. A die-hard airborne Special Forces’ maverick, he has served with distinction in every operational theatre the Indian Army has been deployed in. A born seeker who never got colored ‘olive green’, he has an inquisitiveness born out of an urge to take on new challenges, including academic excellence. He is a graduate of the Defense Services Staff College, earning M. Sc. Defense and Strategic Studies from Madras University. He received his Masters and Doctorate in Tourism Management from Agra University. He has already authored a book, Tourism, Environment and Man; Sustainable Tourism.