"Genius is in-born, may it never be still-born."

"Oysters, irritated by grains of sand, give birth to pearls. Brains, irritated by curiosity, give birth to ideas."

"Brainpower is the bridge to the future; it is what transports you from wishful thinking to willful doing."

"Unless you keep learning & growing, the status quo has no status."

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Braindancing Bytes: GOING WITH THE FLOW, by Dilip Mukerjea

In any situation, the brain, mind, and body opt to react in one of four ways; signals to the brain cause it to transmute the status quo.

We can Fight back against a perceived threat; Flee from the perception of a threat; Freeze into stillness, inert, inept, and trapped within inaction; or we can Flow with the circumstances, and co-exist harmoniously within the prevailing environment.

Imagine that you are on a beach, looking up at a friend perched high up in a hot air balloon. The wind is blowing briskly.

You have arranged with one another to light a few candles to illuminate the encroaching darkness. As previously agreed, you are to both strike a match at the same time. The matches are struck.

What do you imagine happens?

What really happens is that your match goes out almost immediately after striking up. The wind is too strong for a flame to be sustained. Meanwhile, a much stronger wind is blowing at the higher altitude, where your friend is sailing across the skies. You might expect that match to go out even faster; it is counter-intuitive to think otherwise.

Yet, amazingly, that match stays alight, and your friend is able to light up his candles.

Your friend is moving with the flow. This is because of the environment.

The wind is propelling him in his balloon, but not really as a separate entity. Wind and balloon have merged, united in a singular harmony of motion. The tiny flame is shielded by the wind from the wind.

David and Goliath have entered into a dance of the spirit. The environment has influenced the creation of harmony. Yet, where you stand, wind, the mighty Titan, has overwhelmed the puny flame. Harmony and hostility depend upon the environment that enfolds us.

Moving with the flow calls for cooperative coexistence, and inspires a state of productive tranquillity. Life is enhanced in such a state of composure. What dominates is not adversity, or danger, but opportunity and progress.

So what are you doing about keeping your flame alive?


Mindpower has replaced Manpower.

Ask Yourself:

What did I do different and better today from the way it was done yesterday?

1st Worker: “Is your job in jeopardy?”

2nd Worker: “No. My job is very secure. It’s me they can do without.”

A study of our perceptions can be a fascinating exercise. We have a strange duality of behaviour ~ on the one hand, we need variety for stimulation, on the other, we resist change.

An example from the 19th century aptly highlights this resistance to change.

In response to the majority of nations having adopted the Gregorian calendar, Russia decided to do the same. This is the system predominantly in use today. The official decision to change caused consternation in the minds of the Russian peasants; they believed that they were being robbed of several days of life, because of adjustments to the date.

The ensuing riots saw hundreds of innocent, enraged, people killed. The change was simply inconceivable and therefore unacceptable.  Neither rhetoric nor reasoned explanation could convince the peasants otherwise.

Focus on mindpower eventually led to the marriage between information technology and knowledge management; it was powerfully illustrated close to two centuries years ago.

It was Sunday 18 June 1815. Troops commanded by the Duke of Wellington arrayed themselves against those of Napoleon I. The Battle of Waterloo commenced at 11:30am. By dusk, it was all over. Wellington had triumphed. Diverse historical accounts inform us that, witnessing the battle, were some carrier pigeons belonging to the Rothschilds. Once the outcome was determined, these spectators immediately flew back with the news to their astute masters, pioneers in the field of avant-garde information technology.

Unlike the Rothschilds, England had to wait several hours for news of the victory to be conveyed by despatch riders and cross-Channel packet. Meanwhile, the Rothschilds, thanks to their clever pigeons, were the first to know. They were also very certain that the stock-market would skyrocket when the news was officially announced.

By investing heavily and opportunely, they turned a little knowledge into a large fortune. Primacy prevails.

If we visit Waterloo today, and use an Amex card in a store, details of the transaction would be sent from Belgium to Amex headquarters at Brighton, England. From there, the information would be transmitted via satellite and landline to Phoenix, Arizona, where security computers ensure that a card has not been stolen and that a client’s credit is good.

Despite the relay signals having to travel a distance of some 50,000 miles, the whole operation, including checking time, takes less than seven seconds. We, the customer, would leave with our shopping, without ever realising the remarkable technical achievement our purchase represents. And this is slow compared to what’s on the horizon!

Dancing to the Rhythms of Change

In an organisation, management can only keep pace with rapidly evolving knowledge if there is extensive behavioral and cultural change.

Technology alone is an inadequate medium; used in conjunction with human factors, it helps to translate insights into new knowledge, and new knowledge into new ways of behaving. This must apply to every member of an organisation. If not, what will emerge is a small minority knowing more and more about less and less, and a large majority knowing less and less about more and more.

We live in a world of constant flux, and the status quo is an illusion. Those who perceive it otherwise are in for what Alvin Toffler would call ‘Future Shock,’ or maybe even more aptly, a state of ‘present shock’ as the future is already here!

In his book, Toffler spotlights the geometric changes we face. He addresses the last 50,000 years of humankind’s presence on the planet. If our existence were divided into lifetimes of approximately 62 years each, the arithmetic would reveal there have been about 800 such lifetimes. Of these 800, a full 650 were spent in caves.

Based on present evidence, only during the last 100 lifetimes has our species been able to communicate effectively from one lifetime to another. This was eventually enhanced via the advent of writing about 6,000 years ago. Mass proliferation of the printed word occurred during the last eight lifetimes. Reasonably precise measurement of time featured during the last four. The electric motor entered our lives in the last two.

We then see the present, the 800 witnessed and enjoyed the development of an overwhelming majority of all the material goods we use in daily life.

The rapid acceleration in our present social evolution makes the previous 799 Tofflerian lifetimes seem lethargic in comparison. The electronic ecology has been created by a genie that cannot be put back into the bottle. We will become rapidly depreciating assets ~ if we know not how to dance to the beat of evolution.

Operating at near lightspeed has had a direct impact on our attention span. Research has revealed that the average attention span of a child today is eight to twelve seconds! He or she is constantly channel surfing mentally. We have done this to them, via our technological innovations. The adult brain has been similarly influenced.

Abraham Lincoln delivered one of the most belatedly beloved speeches in the history of the United States on 19 November, 1863. This was the Gettysburg Address. When he finished speaking, however, he was greeted with total silence. Why? Because his audience was waiting for more. The preceding orator that day, Edward Everett, had spoken for two hours.

Back then, a 2-minute speech (the total length of the Gettysburg Address) was unheard of, ergo the reaction, or lack of it, from Lincoln’s audience. What has happened to the nature of human attention since 1863? The norms for prolonged focus and extended attention spans seem to have changed. Divergent thinking has eclipsed convergent thinking quite dramatically.

Most people then enjoyed two-hour orations. Today, most people breeze through 10-second channel surfing.

In 1863, there were far fewer people on earth, less than one-fourth of our present population. They led simpler, slower paced lives. The cultures of the past rewarded convergent thinking, the invaluable ability to listen and concentrate for long periods of time on a single subject, like on Edward Everett’s speech.

Yet, the mass of humankind today would most likely think the Gettysburg Address is about the right length for a speech ~ two minutes. The competitive ambience of today’s ‘marketspace’ is constantly threatened by the death of distance ~ the web of ‘electronica’ that we have spun around ourselves has brought us more in contact with, but not necessarily closer to, one another. Hence we are now immersed in real competition.

Does this attitude to challenges happen in areas of human endeavour other than industry? Yes it does.

The world was considered to be flat for hundreds of years. The evidence that it was round existed, but it was difficult for people to break out of the established ways of thinking. The view of the flat earth was reinforced by folklore. Even the maps showed warning signs that ships would fall off the edge! This was despite the fact that nobody had actually observed an edge.

We create our own perceptions, then create our realities to match them.

The raw materials required to build a space shuttle existed in the Stone Age. What does this tell us about ourselves? What have we not yet discovered that is lying about us, that will revolutionise the rapidly advancing future?

Today, change and flux surround us. Blink, and you could miss something important. Not only must we accept change, we must initiate it when circumstances show us that it is advantageous to be proactive.

There is a real danger that your realities have been shaped by the assumptions and expectations of those around you. Other people’s fixed outlook on life could be contagious and you could become a victim of someone else’s myopia.

We have to transform ourselves from being passive observers of nature to active choreographers of life. Yet, biologists have noted that, over the millennia, animals adapt to gradually changing conditions so well that they may ignore threats to their existence: The Boiled Frog Syndrome. In the corporate ecosystem, serious problems are ignored while relatively trivial issues get urgent attention.

Social matters are the same, often due to emotional illiteracy. Why is this? Because we tend to take serious issues for granted: They have been with us for so long that we have adapted to them. But, if something stimulates the stalemate, alters the status quo, we sit up and take notice. The squeaky wheel gets the most attention.

Today, we must acknowledge a new truth: mindpower has replaced manpower.

Learning, development, and growth all involve active participation in life; none of them is a spectator sport. We need to be strongly committed and deeply involved in the processes. This dynamic immersion in life inspires the creation of incandescent enclaves of excellence.
Think about it.

Why the Need for Creativity?

Welcome to the Age of Brainware. Those who do not know this, are victims, not victors. The crucial variable in transforming knowledge into value is ‘creativity.’ Creativity ignites our audacity; it helps us become what we are capable of being.

Incremental evolution has been trumped by quantum revolution. The workscapes of tomorrow have their genesis in the mindscapes of today. Corporate landscapes are littered with the charred remains of burnt-out executives. There is only one ultimatum: Innovate or Incinerate

Too many organisations are obsessed with ‘best practices’ when what is needed are ‘revolutionary practices,’ ones that are radically different; the pace of change demands intellectual mutiny vis-à-vis past protocols. Previous success has become irrelevant in today’s fail-fast-leap-ahead quantum dance with competitive innovation.

Can creativity be taught?

No. But it can be dramatically unleashed. This is achieved through the medium of acquiring handson, easy-to-learn strategies for boosting idea generation.

Every individual is innately creative, but most people have no idea how to recognise and direct their creativity towards productivity.

There is a whole range of practical techniques in the domain of ‘creativity and innovation’. Each of them is:

- designed for immediate application

- targeted at the diverse human intelligences

- capable of converting ideas into revenue

Not one of them is taught in schools or corporations. But all of us need to learn them as soon as possible if we are to emerge as winners in this new Age of Competitive Intelligence.

Ideas built the pyramids of Egypt, the gardens of Japan, the cathedrals of Europe. Likewise, the megacorporations of Disney, Microsoft, and Sony were propelled into existence by the high-octane component of ideas.

No ideas, no future.

Never before in the history of the human race has there been a period such as now, where ideas have been recognised as the prime component of Intellectual Capital, the new currency of commerce.

Brain Force has replaced Brute Force.

The world needs to be reconfigured continually if humanity is to meet the mounting challenges of the marketspace. Any organisation that opts to remain the same has only one future ~ stagnation, leading to annihilation. No longer is ‘doing nothing’ an analogy for ‘playing safe’. In fact, it is the voluntary evaporation of one’s identity.

In order to keep generating new ideas, we need to learn how to possess different perspectives. The answer lies in learning the practical tools of ‘creativity’.

Creativity distinguishes today’s winners. They are more productive, more profitable, more effective, more efficient, and more agile. Their capacity for thinking in new ways about old problems empowers them to outperform their competition. In fact, in the final analysis, they have no competition!

Charge your chromosomes with ingredients for mastering uncertainty, Know also that leaders without creativity are as useful as cars without fuel, or people without food.

The vital catalyst for the creation of wealth, excitement, and fun, is ... creativity. How creative are YOU?

Remember that education can never be as expensive as ignorance!

“Somewhere out there is a bullet with your company’s name on it. Somewhere out there is a competitor, unborn and unknown, that will render your strategy obsolete. You can’t dodge the bullet. You’re going to have to shoot first.”

~ Gary Hamel, Strategy Guru and visiting professor at the London Business School

What is your strategy, how will you execute it, and do you possess the core skills of creativity and innovation to ensure sustainable success...into the long term?

The concept of jobs is becoming obsolete. There will be work aplenty, and that will require incessant creativity. It is now well known that our counterparts at the end of the 21st century will see today’s struggle over jobs as a fight over deck chairs on the ‘Titanic’.

You may feel secure in your present situation. But only one thing is sure: the notion of a permanent job is an illusion.

Consider the story of Balmung, the magic sword. It belonged to Siegfried, the Germanic hero.

Balmung was so sharp that it could slice an armoured warrior in two, from the top of his helmet to the soles of his iron boots. But the cut was so fine that the wounded man could not even feel it. Until he moved. And then he fell into two pieces.

You may feel likewise. But just wait until you leave your job. We live in perilous, gyrating times. And the possibilities are exciting. New challenges are bringing us to the threshold of our minds.

"The era of womb-to-tomb employment is over. The message for the smart worker is to learn as much as you can, about as much as you can, as fast as you can, and increase your value to your employer, as well as your own career marketability."

~ Bud Carter, The Executive Committee, BUSINESS THINK TANK;

Monday, February 27, 2012

Braindancing Bytes: CREATIVE COGITATIONS, by Dilip Mukerjea

We live on a plundered planet; unthinkable disasters are erupting around us. All too often, rapture turns to rupture. To reverse this sorry trend, we must move from destructivity to creativity.


The world is changing economically, culturally, socially, politically, technologically, environmentally, and competitively.

Every individual must change in step with these world changes. So must corporations and the human capital within them.

Unless you are prepared for all these scenarios, you are prepared for none of them. Ask yourself:

Are you busy preparing for a set of careers that will soon be obsolete?

We need creativity and innovation to live in a world where multiple realities have become the norm.

Yet, each set of multiple realities poses a challenge, because no two people occupy the same slice of consciousness about anything. We just do not occupy the same knowledge space, often seeking refuge in our private sanctuaries of specialisation.

Skills in creativity equip us with the capacity to succeed in the future.

If we fail, it is because of our failure of imagination in the present.

More than ever, you’ve got to aim for what you can’t expect to get. The marketspace of commerce has become a single global bazaar: To be a viable player, we need to develop a range of intellectual capital skills. This means creativity,innovation, leadership, verbal and visual literacy, team play, and humanity towards one another.

Are you in the forefront of innovation, or have you receded into the white noise of your organisation’s background?

If it is the latter, consider getting out of the box, and into the solution.


A 3Cs strategy can serve as a foundation for shaping opportunities to create significant value:

Consider, Create,Consolidate.

Consider what to focus upon, Create possibilities out of your focal options, via smart techniques, then Consolidate the decisions and actions that emerge from your considerations and creations.

They integrate strategic, operational and organisational initiatives into pragmatic skills to deliver near-term performance improvement and longer-term capability building.

Today, most of the world’s brilliant people aren’t members of any single team but are distributed all over the planet in diverse institutions.

Increasingly, innovations occur at the interstices between different disciplines — between, for example, biotech and nano technologies, genetics and robotics, information and telecommunications.

Organisations need to find ways to leverage the disparate intellectual assets of people who see the world differently and who use unique tools and methods. Such people are likely to work both in different disciplines and in different institutions.

Discovering and leveraging successful ways to work with them will lie at the heart of innovating innovation.

Today’s computers have the power to simulate massively complex, nonlinear systems, coupled to phenomenal visualization techniques; they enable the customer to be brought ever closer to the design process.

Two principal sources of learning are: ‘learning by doing’ — via actions and interactions, and ‘learning while waiting’ — what is discovered from markets during product development.

Yesterday's peacock is today's feather duster!

Keep learning in both modes, so as to stay current, creative, and competitive.

Sunday, February 26, 2012


Are YOU Future-Ready? Are your children being groomed to be Future-Ready?

We are living in The Pressure Tense! The mass of educational institutions are encaged in Dark-Age Thinking. Why? Because, other than the advent of television, computers, and diverse electronica the of learning has not changed in multiple millennia. Teenagers as screenagers are engaging and interacting, but unaware of processes that constitute smart learning. They need immediate help.

The prescription for learning? Sweat, Swot, Slog! A formula for disaster. No innovation!

None of our systems are designed to inspire self-efficacy! NONE!

In a world of high stakes competitive intelligence, the student of today who does not know how to learn is destined to be left behind: A member of “The Misfortune 7 Billion!” Not relevant to the future, relegated to the past. Dark-Age Slaves enchained to a system long past its sell-by date!

We need to Champion the Children of The Third Millennium. Teachers and parents need to unlearn, and relearn. Systems need to transition from order to disorder to new order. Why? Because our prevailing learning

What is a better way? Here are some considerations that are distinctly feasible, for massive returns:

• Learning how to read at super speed and deep depth. Readers make Leaders!

• Comprehending what is being heard or read, intensively and extensively, on the run.

• Capturing masses of information on single sheets of paper based on the way the brain to learn, via diverse Visual Mapping Techniques.

VISUAL MAPS reduce complexity, accelerate learning, extract clarity from clutter, convert extensive information into intensive insights, recognise design beneath disorder, and are ideal for high-speed note-taking and notemaking via interaction with oral and printed information.

• Boosting memory using a range of mnemonic techniques designed to absorb panoramic arrays of information, and recall facts and figures that are relevant to multiple contexts.

• Cutting through vast swathes of syllabus material and slashing the learning curve.

• Unleashing creativity so that students learn to be resourceful in all areas of activity, moving from ideas to execution. School students emerging with business ideas!

• Learning and applying the insights that lead to goal-setting and goal-getting: moving from stress to strength to success!

NONE of the above smart strategies are in the syllabuses of any school! WHY? Who are the primary victims?


What are you going to do about it? Bargain your way to a better deal? How? Education can never be as expensive as ignorance. How much can you save by NOT creating a new generation of brilliant children growing up into role models that can move our planet from hope to fulfillment?

I strongly propose that each teacher, student, parent, and senior citizen, in all sectors of life, becomes an immediate Stakeholder in a Learning Revolution. It is the only hope for a nation to move ahead…or, stay

This means a minimum pioneering seminar experience of 3 days (0800– 1800 hours per day) acquiring the “Building BrainpowerSuperbrain Learning Skills, then another 3 days with Braindancing® (Creativity and Innovation in Action). What is 6 days in a lifespan? One hell of a lot!

WARNING! Merely dipping into a 3-hour session here and there will NOT achieve durable long-term success.

I strongly recommend a Total Immersion Learning Experience (Immersive Learning), minimum 6 days as mentioned above…and then for life!

Choose: Are you killing yourselves or skilling yourselves?

Choose: Education, or Extinction!


“It’s unwise to pay too much, but it’s worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose a little money - that’s all. When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the thing it was bought to do.

The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot - it can’t be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add something for the risk you run, and if you do that you will have enough to pay for something better.”


(1) They are vision-orientated, and impelled to act as goal-setters and goal-getters, imbued with deep-set images of achievement.

(2) They are enthusiastic and passionate about what they do in school, as well as after school: they have fallen in love with learning

(3) They learn and apply super-smart strategies in their school work.

(4) They never waste a mistake! The learning acquired from making a
mistake is always greater than the cost of the mistake!

Result: they profit from every mistake!

(5) They have consistent support and encouragement from their parents and teachers.

Today, we are witnessing a pace of change where even the change in the rate of change is accelerating: “accelerating acceleration.” Recipe? READY - AIM - INSPIRE! ‘In Action’, not ‘inaction’!

Brain Force has trumped Brute Force. We cannot muscle our way to dominance. The intellectual straightjackets of obsolete learning systems reflect lower-order thinking skills; they are not relevant to the Digital Age. The issue is not technology; it is neurology: learning how the brain to play, and applying these skills to life across diverse disciplines and domains.

Play Power must overcome Power Play. This was realised by the ancient Greeks: their concept for education, 'paideia' was complemented by their concept of play, 'paidia'. One letter different, but they knew that when play was infused into learning, magic happened.

High skills be matched by deep play, to unleash learning miracles for children of all ages!

The future demands a fresh resume. Every child must be infused with a Vision to Win!

Braindancing Bytes: BRAINS ENCAGED OR ENGAGED? by Dilip Mukerjea

Our most challenging barrier is no longer the reach of our imagination but our inability to order, make sense of, and connect everything that demands our attention. We are struggling to make the complex clear. The raw tonnage of what’s coming our way makes the Big Bang look like a firecracker in a thunderstorm.

CONSIDER: Our educational systems are rooted in Intellectual Feudalism.

KNOW THAT: One impassioned teacher is distinctively better that a staffroom full of the rest merely there…but disconnected.

The child’s brain is a construction zone. Stimulation, not stipulation, is needed to help it evolve. Learning must thus be forged, not forced; only then can well-being and resilience emerge.

So many educators show up for work everyday, but most of them are sleepwalking, sleeptalking, sleeping…partisans of obsolete paradigms. In this new age of incessant innovation, we have to extract wealth and energy from minds, not mines.

Great teachers possess everything, and…are possessed by nothing. Where can we find them? In large numbers…where?

The distilled wail of students hungry for learning, left hungry…their palpable heartbreak no different from one suffering from a deep and consuming bereavement. This must never be allowed to happen. We owe it to the Children of the Third Millennium to liberate them from the uninspiring, stenographic terseness of soulless classrooms…to ensure that their brains are no longer encaged.

Great teachers must be given great incentives to remain in their profession… every child can then enjoy the finest flowering in an ambience of effulgent enthusiasm, ever ready to compete, connect, and collaborate. Only then can we tap into their creative and innovative capacity, their entrepreneurial spirit, their aching desire to learn…and to keep learning, to move from confusion to clarity.

Simplicity is: the power to do less … of what doesn’t matter, and the power to do more … of what does matter.

Great teachers offer simplicity, serenity, success…to draw forth greatness from their students.

Braindancing Bytes: AMBITION DEFICIT DISORDER? by Dilip Mukerjea

Today, rapid change and unpredictability have become the dominant facts of life. How do you live comfortably in an uncomfortable world? To stay relevant, and competitive, be aware, and beware: either you’re distinct, or you’re extinct!

Being ‘very good’ has become ‘very boring’; you have to be outstanding. Too many students have been ambushed by demonic syllabuses matched with toothless learning systems.

The Result? Ambition Deficit Disorder.

Teachers, students, and parents, need immediate help.

What makes an epic learning ambience, a contest of intelligences, one that grips from gun to tape and doesn’t depend on the cheap thrills of a frantic final lap? We need context, drama, quality, and a balance between power and skill.

Too many students are guilty of “final lap” panic “learning,” struggling to “re-collect” shards of information in the brain. This disables them in the real-world arena of high-stakes global competition, particularly within tournaments featuring innovation and entrepreneurship.

If classroom communication follows the path of creation instead of concussion, we would witness a Cambrian explosion of learning via strategies that make meaning, heighten attention,and review information in the manner the brain loves to learn.

The Outcome:

Learning becomes relevant, and intrinsically motivating, because the experience succeeded in:

(1) increasing our gain;

(2) easing our pain;

(3) educating to entertain;

Students exposed to learning strategies based on the physiology and psychology of the brain will create their own astonishment.


Because classroom experiences will become crisp, clear, compelling! They will be creating the mental infrastructure to survive and thrive in any environment: to successfully engage with complexity, change, and creativity.

In today’s bruised business environment, obedience, compliance, and diligence can be obtained for free.
Business leaders are looking for passion, courage, and ideas...qualities as essential as sunlight.

Can our institutions educate and inspire our children to deliver what it takes to become business-ready for the Third Millennium?


With sincere apologies to readers, there has been an unintended hiatus in writing and posting for this weblog.

This is partly due to the fact that I have relocated to Ho Chi Minh City, in September 2010, including building a new home in the big city with my wife, and, busy writing a new weblog, 'Bonjour Vietnam, Here I Come!'.

The other part is attributed to the fact that my good friend, Dilip Mukerjea, has spent most of his personal time during the same period, with busy consulting and hectic teaching assignments in his homeland on the Indian subcontinent.

We certainly missed all the regular "pow-wow" and "teh tarik", often at my old HDB residence in Jurong West, Singapore.

Since then, I have met him only once in Singapore, even though we have continued to communicate with each other through cyperspace.

Both Dilip and I have recently decided that we should keep this weblog alive. That's to say, 'The Boys are Back in Town', metaphorically speaking.

[For readers who are movie buffs like me, that's also the title of the signature tune in the entertaining police thriller movies, '48 Hours' and its sequel, 'Another 48 hours', starring funnyman Eddie Murphy and award-winning actor, Nick Nolte. Among my most favourites!]

Vietnam will thus be my new homeland, while India will continue to be, more or less,  Dilip's new operating base for his consulting/teaching work, even though, from time to time, he will touch down in Singapore for consulting work with his other clients.

Dilip is still very much involved with the Singapore Institute of Management, where he has an ongoing series of seminars and workshops for the corporate world, namely, 'Braindancing', 'Building Business Brainpower', 'Corporate Taleblazers', and 'Visual Tools to Create Your Corporate Future'.

Here's the link for more program information.

As for this weblog,  we will be posting shortly a series of new articles by learning chef and braindancer Dilip Mukerjea, and also share some snapshots of his latest professional endeavours in India, as well as Nepal and Hongkong.

Please stay tuned!