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Dudley Lynch is an American author, publisher and educator who wrote Strategy of the Dolphin: Scoring a Win in a Chaotic World with co-author Paul L. Kordis. The work describes a thinking-skills model for businesspersons and others known as The Strategy of the Dolphin.
Total Books: 13
Lynch is a primary creator of books and personal and organizational growth models and assessment tools based on the “general systems” theory of developmental psychologist Clare W. Graves and other brain-function-related researchers. Founder in the early 1980s of Brain Technologies Corporation and Brain Me Up! of Gainesville, Florida, he writes and teaches extensively, encouraging naturalistic-based approaches informed by contemporary science and philosophy for solving 21st Century problems and improving thinking skills.
His books have made bestseller lists in France and Germany and have been book club selections in the U.S. His and Kordis’s work, Der Schlüssel zur Globalierung. Handbuch für den Wandel (The Key to Globalization: A Handbook for Change), and Marshall McLuhan’s The Global Village were the initial works in Junfermann’s futuristic Medienanthropologie series.
He has trained a wide network of consultancy professionals in his models, tools and methods. His books and assessment tools have been published in nine languages. His long-time interest in science writing...begun in the 1960s as a public affairs writer with the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory...continues with a weekly blog commentary on thinking and the brain called "Thinkologist".